Power and the Holy in the Age of the Investiture Conflict: A Brief History with Documents


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Historians tracing the emerging division between church and state in the West have long recognized the importance of the eleventh-century Gregorian reform movement and the investiture conflict--events that reached a dramatic climax in Pope Gregory VII's excommunication of Emperor Henry IV. In her introduction to this ground-breaking volume, Miller recasts the narrative of reform and the investiture conflict--traditionally portrayed as an elitist struggle between church and state--in terms of a broad shift in conceptions of ...

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