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Class Notes for HSTY1025 at University of Sydney

The Middle Ages

HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Studium Generale, Medieval University, Cathedral School

HSTY1025 WEEK 8 Lecture 2: Schools: Monastic schools: sole place of formal education during the early middle ages (aside from private tutors). Focused on Bible, church Fathers writings, some pagan writers. Education t...

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HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Cathedral School, Neoplatonism, Rational Basis Review

HSTY1025 WEEK 8 Lecture 1: Pagan and early christian thought: Survival of classical writings e.g. works of plato, aristotle, seneca transmitted through the writings of Augustine, Boethius, Cassiodorous, I...

History
HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Manorialism, Demesne, Feudalism

HSTY1025 WEEK 7 Lecture 1: Feudalism and monarchy Feudalism is not a medieval term. Some historians think it should only be applied to political systems and not economic systems. Others think its an allencompassing term. M...

History
HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: The Imitation Of Christ, Popular Piety, Affective Piety

HSTY1025 WEEK 4 Lecture 2: Popular piety and heresy: Lay piety Penitence Poverty Imitatio Christi Confraternities, gilds, Informal religious Lay piety: 1th15th C Affective piety: emotive religious sensibility focusing on h...

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HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lateran Council, Middle Ages, Purgatory

HSTY1025 WEEK 4 Lecture 1: Doctrine: Adam and eve: creation story. The bond between God and man broken, restored by Jesus in his ministry. Salvation story Humanity and divinity of Christ: knowledge of his humanity increase...

History
HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hocktide, Plough Monday, Manorial Court

HSTY1025 WEEK 3 Lecture 2: Leisure: Festival calendar built around the seasons and Christian festivals. Parish and guild was at the heart of organising these events. Harvests, midsummer, midwinter, spring and autumn equino...

History
HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Courtly Love, Upper Class, Ashby St Ledgers

HSTY1025 WEEK 3 Lecture 1: Marriage: contracts made between parents, potentially exchange of rings. Bride must bring dowry to the marriage, but the groom as well for which the bride to live off if he dies before the marria...

History
HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Aigues-Mortes, York City Walls, Market (Place)

HSTY1025 WEEK 2 LECTURE 2: Town growth and development: Population increase meant that people migrated to towns looking for work Town populations depended upon migration Formation of markets that gav...

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HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Infant Mortality, Manorialism, Manorial Court

HSTY1025 WEEK 2 LECTURE 1: Increased agrarian production c100013000 Improved farming methods Expanded areas under cultivation Warmer weather Introduction of protein grains for the peasantry, meat sparse> people were smalle...

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HSTY1025
Julie Smith
HSTY1025 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: High Middle Ages, Limbourg Brothers, Midsommer

HSTY1025 WEEK 1 Not allowed to use foreign websites for research for assignments: only uni database and websites in the blackboard folder Writing hub: for assistance with writing assignments and papers Learning centre LIBR...

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HSTY1025
Julie Smith

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