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The History of the Renaissance World

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The History of the

RENAISSANCE WORLD

From the Rediscovery of Aristotle to the Conquest of Constantinople

S
USAN
W
ISE
B
AUER

W • W • Norton & Company

New York London

Dedication

For Daniel

Contents

Cover
Title Page
Dedication
List of Maps
List of Illustrations
Preface
Part One
RENAISSANCES
One
Logic and Compromise

England, Rome, and the Holy Roman Empire, 1100–1122
Two
The Crusader Enemy

Byzantium, Venice, and the Crusader kingdoms, 1100–1138
Three
Anarchy

England, Western Francia, and the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1120–1139
Four
The Lost Homeland

China, Dai Viet, and Khmer, 1127–1150
Five
Crusade Resurrected

The Turkish and Crusader kingdoms, with visitations from Germany and France, 1128–1149
Six
Reconquista and Rediscovery

The Spanish peninsula, 1134–1146
Seven
Questions of Authority

France and Italy, 1135–1160
Eight
The New Song

China, 1141–1165
Nine
The Heiji Disturbance

Japan, 1142–1159
Ten
Death of an Army

Goryeo, 1146–1197
Eleven
The First Plantagenet

England and Western Francia, 1147–1154
Twelve
Frederick Barbarossa

Germany and Italy, 1147–1177
Thirteen
The Almohads in Spain

North Africa and Spain, 1147–1177
Fourteen
“Many Nations”

Africa, sometime in the twelfth century
Fifteen
The Last Fatimid Caliph

The Turkish and Crusader kingdoms, 1149–1171
Sixteen
Monks and Brahmans

South India, 1150–1189
Seventeen
Conquest of the Willing

Northern India, 1150–1202
Eighteen
Death of a Priest

England and France, 1154–1170
Nineteen
Foreign Relations

Byzantium, Hungary, and the Balkans, 1157–1168
Twenty
The Venetian Problem

Byzantium and Italy, 1171–1185
Twenty-One
Resentments

England, Ireland, and France, 1171–1186
Twenty-Two
Saladin

The Turkish and Crusader kingdoms, 1171–1188
Twenty-Three
The Gempei War

Japan, 1179–1185
Twenty-Four
Kings’ Crusade

England, France, and the Turkish and Crusader kingdoms, 1188–1199
Twenty-Five
The Sack of Constantinople

Byzantium and Europe, 1195–1204
Part Two
INVASIONS, HERESIES, AND UPRISINGS
Twenty-Six
Westward

Central and South America, 1200
Twenty-Seven
The Mongol School of Warfare

China, North and Central Asia, 1201–1215
Twenty-Eight
John Softsword

England and France, 1203–1213
Twenty-Nine
Sundiata of the Mali

Africa, 1203–1240
Thirty
The Jokyu War

Japan, 1203–1242
Thirty-One
The Unwanted Throne

The old Byzantine lands, 1204–1225
Thirty-Two
The First Delhi Sultanate

Northern and central India, 1206–1236
Thirty-Three
Heresy

France, 1209–1210
Thirty-Four
Reconquest and Failure

France and the Spanish peninsula, 1210–1213
Thirty-Five
From Bouvines to Magna Carta

France, England, and the Holy Roman Empire, 1213–1217
Thirty-Six
The Birth of the Inquisition

France, 1215–1229
Thirty-Seven
Moving Westward

China, North and Central Asia, and the Middle East, 1215–1229
Thirty-Eight
South of India

India and Sri Lanka, 1215–1283
Thirty-Nine
The Fifth Crusade

Egypt and the Crusader kingdoms, 1217–1221
Forty
From the Golden Bull to the Baltic Crusade

Hungary, Poland, and the lands of the Lithuanians, 1218–1233
Forty-One
Lakeshores, Highlands, and Hilltops

Africa, 1221–1290
Forty-Two
The Sixth Crusade

The Holy Roman Empire, the Crusader kingdoms, and the Ayyubid empire, 1223–1229
Forty-Three
The Tran Dynasty

Southeast Asia, 1224–1257
Forty-Four
Young Kings

England, France, and the kingdoms of Spain, 1227–1242
Forty-Five
The Mongol Horde

Most of Asia and Europe, 1229–1248 310
Forty-Six
The Debt of Hatred

The Holy Roman Empire, 1229–1250
Forty-Seven
The Shadow of God

India, 1236–1266
Forty-Eight
The Seventh Crusade

France, Egypt, and Syria, 1244–1250
Forty-Nine
The Splintering Khanate

The Mongol conquests, 1246–1264
Fifty
The Mamluks of Egypt

Egypt, Syria, and the Mongol lands, 1250–1268
Fifty-One
Louis the Saint

France and the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1250–1267
Fifty-Two
The Lion’s Den

Germany, Italy, Sicily, and England, 1252–1273
Fifty-Three
The Recapture of Constantinople

The Latin Empire and the empire of Nicaea, 1254–1261
Fifty-Four
The Last Crusades

North Africa, Egypt, France, Italy, and the Crusader kingdoms, 1270–1291
Fifty-Five
Kublai Khan

China, Japan, Goryeo, Champa, and the Dai Viet, 1273–1294
Fifty-Six
The Sicilian Vespers

Germany, Italy, Sicily, Aragon, and France, 1274–1288
Fifty-Seven
The Wars of Edward I

England, Scotland, Wales, and France, 1275–1299
Fifty-Eight
The Second Sultanate of Delhi

India, 1287–1300
Fifty-Nine
The End of the Papal Monarchy

France, Germany, and Italy, 1301–1317
Sixty
The Appearance of the Ottomans

Byzantium and the Turks of the Il-khanate, 1302–1347
Sixty-One
The Fall of the Khilji

India, 1303–1320
Sixty-Two
The Triumph of the Bruce

Scotland, England, and Ireland, 1304–1314
Part Three
CATASTROPHES
Sixty-Three
The Great Famine

All of Europe, 1310–1321
Sixty-Four
The Sultan and the Khan

Egypt, the Il-khanate, and the Golden Horde, 1310–1335
Sixty-Five
Mansa Musa of Mali

West Africa, 1312–1360
Sixty-Six
After the Famine

France and England, 1318–1330
Sixty-Seven
The Southern and Northern Courts

Japan, 1318–1339
Sixty-Eight
Rebellions

India, 1320–1351
Sixty-Nine
Naming the Renaissance

Germany, Italy, and France, 1322–1341
Seventy
The Cities in the Lake

Central America, 1325–1375
Seventy-One
A Hundred Years of War

France and England, 1329–1347
Seventy-Two
The End of the World

Asia, Europe, and India, 1338–1353
Part Four
REGROUPINGS
Seventy-Three
The Will to War

France, England, and the Spanish kingdoms, 1349–1369
Seventy-Four
White Lotus, Red Turban

China, 1351–1382
Seventy-Five
After the Mongols

Southeast Asia, 1351–1399
Seventy-Six
The Turks and the Desperate Emperor

Byzantium and the lands of the Turks, with side journeys to France and Italy
Seventy-Seven
The Disintegration of Delhi

India and Sri Lanka, 1352–1388
Seventy-Eight
The Union of Krewo

Poland, Hungary, and Lithuania, 1364–1399
Seventy-Nine
The Rebirth of the Mongol Horde

Central Asia, the Middle East, India, and the lands of the Rus’, 1367–1399
Eighty
Compromises and Settlements

The Korean peninsula and Japan, 1368–1392
Eighty-One
The House of Visconti and the Papal States

France and Italy, 1368–1390
Eighty-Two
Bad Beginnings

France and England, 1369–1381
Eighty-Three
Dislocation

Africa, 1370–1399
Eighty-Four
Madness and Usurpation

Castile, Portugal, England, and France, 1383–1401
Eighty-Five
The Battle of Nicopolis

The Ottoman empire, Constantinople, and the lands of eastern Europe, 1385–1396
Eighty-Six
The Union and Disunion of Kalmar

Scandinavia, 1387–1449
Eighty-Seven
The Hussite Uprising

Germany, Italy, Hungary, and Bohemia, 1388–1419
Eighty-Eight
The Taking of France

France and England, 1401–1420
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