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- The Pagan Roots of Democracy
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- Story of the Celts: Who are the Celts?
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- Story of the Celts: The Celts Today
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- Church Architecture and Liturgy in the Carolingian Era
- University Press, 2005); Richard Krautheimer, Early Christian and Byzantine. Architecture (New York: Penguin Books, 1979); ibid.
- EARLY MEDIEVAL ART
- R. KRAUTHEIMER, “The Carolingian Revival of Early Christian Architecture”, in: Art. Bulletin 24 (1942), pp.
- Bede as a Classical and a Patristic Scholar
- important forerunner of the Carolingian Revival, indeed one of the outstanding figures of the whole medieval period.
- From Antiquity to Romanesque
- Introduction. Page 1. The Inheritance.
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- Charitable Healthcare: Taking Healthcare Backward to Move It Forward
- During the Carolingian revival of the 800s, monasteries also emerged as the principal centers for the study and transmission of ancient medical texts.” Funding for these institutions came from the revenues of the monasteries and from the local diocese.
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- The Carolingian Revival of Early Christian Architecture
- CAROLINGIAN REVIVAL. OF. EARLY.
- The Carolingian Revival (779 – 814) : From Cave Paintings to the
- The Carolingian Revival (779 – 814).
- Lecture 20: Charlemagne and the Carolingian Renaissance
- on the achievements of Charlemagne in the context of the Carolingian see a general decline of urban life not to be revived into well after the 12th century.
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