The Library of Original Sources: Early mediaeval age, Volume 4
University Research Extension, 1907 - Magna Carta - 430 pages
An examination of the development of Christianity and other developments in medieval thought, from the persecutions under the Roman emperors through writers such as Cyprian, St. Augustine, and Moses Maimonides to the Crusades, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Roger Bacon, ending with the Magna Carta and the beginning of the modern theory of the state.
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