The early Middle Ages [videorecording] / Philip Daileader.

By: Daileader, PhilipContributor(s): Teaching CompanyMaterial type: FilmFilmSeries: Great courses (DVD): Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., c2004Description: 4 videodiscs (ca. 720 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (iv, 116 p.: maps ; 20 cm.)ISBN: 1565859154; 9781565859159Subject(s): 284 - 1492 | Civilization, Medieval | Middle Ages | Civilization, Medieval | Middle Ages | Europe -- History -- 392-814 | Europe -- History -- 476-1492 | Rome -- History -- Empire, 284-476 | Europe | Rome (Empire)Genre/Form: History.DDC classification: 940.1 EAR
Contents:
Part 1: Lecture 1. Long shadows and the Dark Ages -- lecture 2. Diocletian and the crises of the third century -- lecture 3. Constantine the Great: Christian emperor -- lecture 4. Pagans and Christians in the fourth century -- lecture 5. Athletes of God -- lecture 6. Augustine, part one -- lecture 7. Augustine, part two -- lecture 8. Barbarians at the gate -- lecture 9. Franks and Goths -- lecture 10. Arthur's England -- lecture 11. Justinian and the Byzantine Empire -- lecture 12. The house of Islam
Part 2: Lecture 13. Rise of the Carolingians -- lecture 14. Charlemagne -- lecture 15. Carolingian Christianity -- lecture 16. The Carolingian Renaissance -- lecture 17. Fury of the Northmen -- lecture 18. Collapse of the Carolingian Empire -- lecture 19. The birth of France and Germany -- lecture 20. England in the age of Alfred -- lecture 21. Al-Andalus: Islamic Spain -- lecture 22. Carolingian Europe: gateway to the Middle Ages -- lecture 23. Family life: how then became now -- lecture 24. Long shadows and the Dark Ages revisited.
Production credits: Producer, Tamara Stonebarger ; Academic content supervisor, Maggie Lyons ; Director, Jon Leven.Lecturer: Philip Daileader, College of William and Mary.Summary: Prof. Daileader traces major developments, leaders, and accomplishments in the history of Europe from about 300 to 1000 A.D.
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"Course no. 8267"--Disc surface.

Course guidebook includes maps, timeline, glossary, biographical notes and bibliography.

Part 1: Lecture 1. Long shadows and the Dark Ages -- lecture 2. Diocletian and the crises of the third century -- lecture 3. Constantine the Great: Christian emperor -- lecture 4. Pagans and Christians in the fourth century -- lecture 5. Athletes of God -- lecture 6. Augustine, part one -- lecture 7. Augustine, part two -- lecture 8. Barbarians at the gate -- lecture 9. Franks and Goths -- lecture 10. Arthur's England -- lecture 11. Justinian and the Byzantine Empire -- lecture 12. The house of Islam

Part 2: Lecture 13. Rise of the Carolingians -- lecture 14. Charlemagne -- lecture 15. Carolingian Christianity -- lecture 16. The Carolingian Renaissance -- lecture 17. Fury of the Northmen -- lecture 18. Collapse of the Carolingian Empire -- lecture 19. The birth of France and Germany -- lecture 20. England in the age of Alfred -- lecture 21. Al-Andalus: Islamic Spain -- lecture 22. Carolingian Europe: gateway to the Middle Ages -- lecture 23. Family life: how then became now -- lecture 24. Long shadows and the Dark Ages revisited.

Producer, Tamara Stonebarger ; Academic content supervisor, Maggie Lyons ; Director, Jon Leven.

Lecturer: Philip Daileader, College of William and Mary.

Prof. Daileader traces major developments, leaders, and accomplishments in the history of Europe from about 300 to 1000 A.D.

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