THE LIBRARY OF IBERIAN RESOUCES ONLINE

THE DEVELOPMENT OF
SOUTHERN FRENCH AND CATALAN SOCIETY
718-1050

Archibald R. Lewis



CONTENTS

 Introduction

Part I
Southern France and Carolingian Conquest, 718-778

 Chapter I : Southern France in the Early Eighth Century
 Chapter II : The Carolingian Conquest, 718-778

Part II
Southern France, Catalonia, and the Carolingian Empire,
778-828

 Chapter III : The Expansion into Gascony and Catalonia
 Chapter IV : The Carolingian System
 Chapter V : Southern French and Catalan Society (778-828)

Part III
The Decline of Royal Power, 828-900

 Chapter VI : Civil War, Invasion, and the Breakdown of Royal Authority
 Chapter VII : The Governmental System of the Midi and Catalonia
 Chapter VIII : The Church (828-900)
 Chapter IX : Southern French and Catalan Society (828-900)

Part IV
The Failure of the Territorial State, 900-975

 Chapter X : The End of Royal Influence
 Chapter XI : The Breakup of Principalities and the Court System
 Chapter XII : The Military System of the Midi and Catalonia
 Chapter XIII : The Church (900-975)
 Chapter XIV : The Society of the Midi and Catalonia

Part V
The Age of the Principes, 975-1050

 Chapter XV : The New Militarism
 Chapter XVI : The Church (975-1050)
 Chapter XVII : The Continued Failure of the Principalities
 Chapter XVIII : The Principes and Public Order
 Chapter XIX : Southern French and Catalan Society (975-1050)

 Conclusion
 Abbreviations
 Maps
 Bibliography

NOTE: Citation from this edition may be by URL or by reference to the pagination of the original 1965 University of Texas edition. These page numbers
have been inserted into the text, set off in bold face and brackets, as in [84].