Framing the Early Middle Ages: Europe and the Mediterranean 400-800

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1. PRIMARY SOURCES

Note that primary sources edited in articles, or as parts of books dealing with other matters, will usually be found in the Secondary Sources section. I have often used the most convenient good edition of a text, not necessarily the most recent; MGH editions, in particular, have usually been preferred over later ones. In this section, definite articles and 'St' or variants are ignored for alphabetization purposes.

Acta S. Aunemundi, ed. P. Perrier, Acta Sanctorum, September, VII (Antwerp, 1760), pp. 744–6.

Actus pontificum cenomannis in urbe degentium, ed. G. Busson and A. Ledru (Le Mans, 1901).

Ägyptische Urkunden aus der königlichen Museen zu Berlin. Koptische Urkunden, I (Berlin, 1902–4).

Das älteste Traditionsbuch des Klosters Mondsee, ed. G. Rath and E. Reiter (Linz, 1989).

AGATHIAS, History, ed. R. Keydell, Agathiae Myrinaei historiarum libri quinque (Berlin, 1967).

AGNELLUS, Liber pontificalis ecclesiae Ravennatis, ed. O. Holder-Egger, MGH, SRL (Hannover, 1878), pp. 275–391.

AGOBARD OF LYON, De grandine et tonitriis, ed. L. van Acker, Agobardi Lugdunensis opera omnia (Turnhout, 1981), pp. 3–15.

ALCUIN, Versus de patribus regibus et sanctis Euboricensis ecclesiae, ed. P. Godman, Alcuin, The bishops, kings and saints of York (Oxford, 1982).

ALCUIN, Vita Richarii confessoris Centulensis, ed. B. Krusch, MGH, SRM, IV (Hannover, 1902), pp. 389–401.

ALCUIN, Vita Willibrordi archiepiscopi Traiectensis, ed. W. Levison, MGH, SRM, VII (Hannover, 1920), pp. 113–41.

ALDHELM, Opera, ed. R. Ehwald, MGH, AA, XV (Berlin, 1919).

Die alten mönchslisten und die Traditionen von Corvey, ed. K. Honselmann (Paderborn, 1982).

AMMIANUS MARCELLINUS, Res gestae, ed. J. C. Rolfe, 3 vols. (Cambridge, Mass., 1935–9).

ANDREAS, Vita Walfredi, ed. H. Mierau, in K. Schmid (ed.), Vita Walfredi und Kloster Monteverdi (Tübingen, 1991), pp. 38–62.

ANEURIN, Y Gododdin, ed. I. Williams, Canu Aneirin (Cardiff, 1938).

Anglo-Saxon charters, ed. A. J. Robertson (Cambridge, 1939).

The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, III: MS A, ed. J. M. Bately (Cambridge, 1986).

Annales Bertiniani, ed. F. Grat et al., Les Annales de Saint Bertin (Paris, 1964).

Annales Fuldenses, ed. F. Kurze, MGH, SRG (Hannover, 1891).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Contents ix
  • List of Maps x
  • Abbreviations xi
  • Notes on Terminology xiv
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • Part I - States 15
  • 2: Geography and Politics 17
  • 3: The Form of the State 56
  • Part II - Aristocratic Power-Structures 151
  • 4: Aristocracies 153
  • 5: Managing the Land 259
  • 6: Political Breakdown and State-Building in the North 303
  • Part III - Peasantries 381
  • 7: Peasants and Local Societies 383
  • 8: Rural Settlement and Village Societies 442
  • 9: Peasant Society and Its Problems 519
  • Part IV - Networks 589
  • 10: Cities 591
  • 11: Systems of Exchange 693
  • 12: General Conclusions 825
  • Bibliography 832
  • General Index 945
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