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Author: Philip Daileader
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Pages 280 pages
Publisher Brill (March 31, 2000)
Language English
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eBook True Citizens: Violence, Memory, and Identity in the Medieval Community of Perpignan, 1162-1397 (Medieval Mediterranean: Peoples, Economies and Cultures, 400-1500) download

by Philip Daileader


This book was truly stunning in its comprehensiveness and ease of reading. I was amazed and could not put it down until I had read it cover to cover

Publisher: Brill (March 31, 2000). This book was truly stunning in its comprehensiveness and ease of reading. I was amazed and could not put it down until I had read it cover to cover. Unlike many books in its field, it focuses on important information, not convoluted thoughts like the use of bear paws.

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An exploration of mediaeval urban citizenship, focusing on Perpignan, a town second in population only to Barcelona in 14th-century Catalonia, yet neglected by modern historians. It describes and analyzes the role that governed membership in the community of citizens, the definition of citizenship, and how the development of divergent memories within the community resulted in a crisis of citizenship.

This first book-length, English-language study of medieval urban citizenship focuses on Perpignan, a town second in population only to Barcelona in fourteenth-century Catalonia, yet neglected by modern historians. True Citizens describes and analyzes the rules that governed membership in the community of citizens, the definition of citizenship, and how the development of divergent memories within the community resulted in a crisis of citizenship.This study uses urban citizenship to shed new light on many important historiographical issues, such as Jewish-Christian relations, the place of towns in feudal society, the place of Catalonia in the urban history of medieval Europe, and the transition from the High to the Late Middle Ages.
Kakashkaliandiia
This is by far the most difinitive book on the subject of medieval history i have yet encountered. Easy to read and highly enjoyable, I recommend it to everyone in the entire world, whether or not they have any knowledge at all of medieval history. Without this book the discipline would be stuck in an intellectual dark age, as it had been for centuries up until this publication.
Amis
This book was truly stunning in its comprehensiveness and ease of reading. I was amazed and could not put it down until I had read it cover to cover. Unlike many books in its field, it focuses on important information, not convoluted thoughts like the use of bear paws. I recommend this book to everyone.
Broadraven
Having taken several courses on Medieval History, I find Daileader's book to be very insightful. It is amazing how similar his insights and conclusions are to those of my professors. I believe this work is truly a great addition to the field.