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TITLE: The western tradition--Program 19: The middle ages; Program 20: The feudal order. [videorecording] / produced by WGBH/Boston in assoication with The Metropolitan Museum of Art; executive producer, Fred Barzyk.
SERIES: The western tradition ; 19 & 20
PUBLISHED: Santa Barbara : The Annenberg/CPB Project, 1989.
DESCRIPTION: 1 videocassette (30 min. each prog.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
NOTES: Two programs in one tape.
NOTES: Original tape.
NOTES: Program 19: The Middle Ages (30:00 min.); Program 20: The Feudal order (30 min.)
NOTES: Produced by WGBH in association with the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
NOTES: THE MIDDLE AGES (30:00) How many oxen is a helmet worth? The implications of this question are studied in the violent era of lords and vassals, as a military aristocracy dominated the kingdoms of Europe. Working the land dominated the yearly rhythms and art of peasant, clergy, knight, and lord. THE FEUDAL ORDER (30:00) The year 1000 A.D. marked a turning point in Europe. Weber discusses the three estates: clergy, nobles, and peasants. The Magna Carta and the Crusades show important changes of the period, and grand new cathedrals demonstrate the Church's growing wealth and importance.
NOTES: English.
SUBJECT: Civilization, Medieval.
SUBJECT: Middle Ages.
SUBJECT: Feudalism.
SUBJECT: Civilization, Western.
ADDED ENTRY: Barzyk, Fred.
ADDED ENTRY: Weber, Eugen Joseph, 1925-
ADDED ENTRY: The Annenberg/CPB Project.
ADDED ENTRY: WGBH (Television station: Boston, Mass.)
ADDED ENTRY: Metropolitan Museum of Art (N.Y.)
ADDED ENTRY: Middle Ages (videorecording)
ADDED ENTRY: Feudal order (videorecording)

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