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Author: Jacques Verger
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Title: Gentes del saber en la Europa de finales de la edad media / Men of Learning in Europe at the End of the Middle Ages (La mirada de la historia / The Gaze of History) (Spanish Edition)
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Gentes del saber en la Europa de finales de la edad media / Men of Learning in Europe at the End of the Middle Ages (La mirada de la historia / The Gaze of History) (Spanish Edition) by Jacques Verger



La Astronomía Observatorios en ciudades importantes. Movimientos de la Tierra con respecto al Sol. Fenómenos celestes. Reloj de Sol y Péndulo. La Física Inicio de la óptica. Invención de Cámara oscura. Perfeccionaron brújula. La Química Descubrimientos de sustancias químicas. Implementación de métodos de experimentación. La Medicina Base de la medicina occidental Nuevos tratamientos. Avances en la cirugía. La pintura se utiliza sobre todo como elemento decorativo en las edificaciones

In broad terms, the topics covered in this volume are encyclopedias, theology, liturgy, philosophy (especially Platonism and Aristotelianism), grammar, orthography, glossaries, rhetoric, medicine, astrology, history, and the computus. Patricia Cañizares Ferriz and Irene Villarroel report about a vademecum commissioned in the first half of the fifteenth century by Don Pedro Fernández de Velasco, first count of Haro, which contains a florilegium composed of extracts from the Doctrinale.

In Men of Learning in Europe at the Close of the Middle Ages, Jacques Verger provides us with an important look at the evolution of social classes and an essential chapter in the study of cultural history. By the end of the Middle Ages, societal categories which were adequate for earlier periods- "those who pray, those who fight, those who work" -no longer allowed for the growing complexity of Western society. Combining cultural, social, and political history, Men of Learning in Europe at the Close of the Middle Ages measures the influence acquired by certain disciplines-in particular religious, literary, and legal-in the organization of European society. Anyone interested in the Middle Ages or intellectual history will want to read this book.

La banca extranjera en la Corona de Aragón a finales de la Edad Media. Uploaded by. David Igual Luis. La banca extranjera en la Corona de Aragón a finales de la Edad Media.

Porto: Gabinete de Filosofia Medieval, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto: Fédération internationale des instituts d’études médiévales, 2013. 632 pp. ISBN: 978-2-503-55034-3. The present volume is a collection of thirty-three contributions to the International Colloquium titled The Compilation of Knowledge in the Middle Ages which was organized by and hosted at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid from 20–22 June 2012

Libro de la ochava espera, "Book of the eighth sphere". Libro del astrolabio redondo, "Book of the round astrolabe". Libro del astrolabio plano, "Book of the flat astrolabe". Libro de la lámina universal, "Book of the universal plate", an instrument improving on the astrolabe. Deyermond, Alan . Historia de la literatura española, vol. 1: La Edad Media, Barcelona, Ariel, 2001 (1e ed. 1973). La Estoria de España y la General estoria en el marco de las obras promovidas por Alfonso el Sabio, en J. Montoya y A. Rodríguez (coords. El Scriptorium alfonsí: de los Libros de Astrología a las Cantigas de Santa María, Madrid, Fundación Universidad Complutense, 1999. Guillón, Ricardo et a. .Gómez Redondo, Fernando, Historia de la prosa medieval castellana, vol.

Desde el inicio de la edad media, la vida urbana en Europa había desaparecido. A partir del siglo XVIII este panorama cambio como consecuencia del comercio. Muchas de las antiguas ciudades romanas que se habian despoblado con las antiguas cruzadas, volvieron a poblarse y aparecieron otras en su cercanía, como producto de la union entre los antiguos y los nuevos burgos. 5. El latín durante el Imperio romano fue impuesto como idioma oficial, tanto para el imperio como para los pueblos conquistados.

This picturesque town in the Picos de Europa mountains of northern Spain contains the tomb of Pelayo, one of the foremost heroes of the Christian Reconquest. The above picture shows the beautiful church at Covadonga where Pelayo was buried. Catholic Monarchs The marriage of Fernando and Isabella united the territories of Aragon and Castile and for the first time something resembling a Spanish nation emerged. Jewish Spain The Jewish community of Spain was Europe’s most vibrant Jewish community in Europe prior to the Spanish Inquisition when Jews were expelled or forced to convert to Christianity. For centuries during the Middle Ages the Jewish population had thrived in Spain where prosperous Jewish Quarters were home to great academics in the world of literature and philosophy and science. The above picture shows the altar of the Sinagoga del Tránsito in Toledo.

Like the Middle Ages itself, each of these three periods lacks hard and fast parameters. The Early Medieval Era is sometimes still called the Dark Ages. This epithet originated with those who wanted to compare the earlier period unfavorably with their own so-called "enlightened" age. Modern scholars who have actually studied the time period would not so readily use the label, since passing judgment on the past interferes with a true understanding of the time and its people.

Profundo estudio del papel que desempeñaron las gentes del saber en los cambios económicos, políticos y de mentalidadesen Europa.