History of the Ancient and Medieval World - Vol. 9

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The Frankish Empire

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Charlemagne

Collins, R. Early Medieval Spain. London, 1983. Ganshof, E L. The Carolingians and the Frankish Monarchy. London, 1971. Halphen, F L. Charlemagne and the Caroiingian Empire. Amsterdam/New York/London, 1977. Hodges, R., and D. Whitehouse. Mohammed, Charlemagne and the Origins of Europe. London, 1983. McKitterick, R. The Frankish Kingdoms under the Carolingians. London/New York, 1983. ———, ed. Caroiingian Culture: Emulation and Innovation. Cambridge, 1994. Nelson, J. L. Politics and Ritual in Early Medieval Europe. London, 1986. Pirenne, H. Mohammed and Charlemagne. London, 1939. Reuter, T. Germany in the Early Middle Ages, 800-1056. London/New York, 1991.


The Western Empire

Bullough, D. The Age of Charlemagne. London, 1965. Cabaniss, A. Son of Charlemagne: A Contemporary Life oj Louis the Pious. Syracuse, 1961. Duckett, E. S. Alcuin, Friend of Charlemagne. New York, 1951. Godman, P. Poetry of the Caroiingian Renaissance. London, 1985. Godman, P., and R. Collins, eds. Charlemagne's Heir: New Perspectives on the Reign of Louis the Pious. Oxford, 1986. Hodges, R. The Anglo-Saxon Achievement. London, 1989. Laistner, M. L. W. Thought and Letters in Western Europe, AD 500-900. London, 1931. Nelson, J. L. Charles the Bald. London/New York, 1992. McKitterick, R. The Carolingians and the Written Word. Cambridge, 1989. Sawyer, P. The Age of the Vikings. London, 1962. Ullmann, W. The Caroiingian Renaissance and the Idea of Kingship. London, 1969. Wallach, L. Alcuin and Charlemagne. Ithaca, 1959.


Feudalism

Beeler, J. Warfare in Feudal Society. Ithaca, 1971. Brønsted, J. The Vikings. Harmondsworth, 1960. Cheyette, E L. Lordship and Community in Medieval Europe. New York, 1968. Duby, G. The Three Orders: Feudal Society Imagined. Chicago, 1980. Herlihy, D. The History of Feudalism. New York, 1971. Odegaard, C. Vassi and Fideles in the Caroiingian Empire. Cambridge, 1945. Sawyer, P. Kings and Vikings: Scandinavia and Europe, AD 700-1100. London, 1982. Southern, R. W. The Making of the Middle Ages. London, 1953.


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Boch, M. Feudal Society. London, 1961. Ganshof, F L. Feudalism. London, 1952. Hamilton, B. Religion in the Medieval West. London, 1986. Knowles, D. Christian Monasticism. London, 1969. Lawrence, C. H. Medieval Monasticism. London/New York, 1989. Rosenwein, B. Rhinocerous Bound: Cluny in the Tenth Century. Philadelphia, 1982. Southern, R. W. Western Society and the Church in the Middle Ages. Harmondsworth, 1970. Strayer, J. R. Feudalism. New York, 1965. Ullmann, W. The Growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages. London, 1955.


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Blumenthal, U. The Investiture Contest. Philadelphia, 1988. Hallam, E. H. Capetingian France, 987-1328. New York, 1980. Kantorowicz, E. The King's Two Bodies. Princeton, 1957. Leyser, K. J. Rule and Conflict in an Early Medieval Society: Ottoman Saxony. Bloomington, 1979. Painter, S. The Rise of the Feudal Monarchies. Ithaca, 1951. Robinson, I. S. Authority and Resistance in the Investiture Contest. New York, 1978. Tellenbach, G. Church, State and Christian Society at the Time of the Investiture Contest. Oxford, 1940. Tierney, B. The Crisis of Church and State, 1050-1300.

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