Reference Studies in Medieval History

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IX. RISE OF THE AUSTRASIAN MAYORS
I. HISTORY AND INSTITUTIONS OF THE FRANKS IN THE SIXTH AND SEVENTH CENTURIES
Gregory of Tours, History of the Franks, translated by E. Brehaut.
History of All Nations, VII, chaps, v, vi.
Guizot F. P., Civilization in France, Course I, Lectures 7, 8, 12, 13 (Church).
Munro and Sellery, Medieval Civilization, pp. 60-87.
Munro D. C., Middle Ages, chaps, vii, viii.
Cambridge Medieval History, II, chaps, iv, v.
Oman C., Dark Ages, chaps, xvii, xviii.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, VII (all).
Holmes T. S., Christian Church in Gaul, chap. xvi.
Adams G. B., Civilization during Middle Ages, pp. 137-49.
Grisar H. Rome of the Popes, II, 177-85, 349-55.
Headlam C., France, chap. ii.
Richard E., Germanic Civilization, chap. x.
Dudden F., Gregory the Great, II, Book II, chap. viii.
London Quarterly Review, XXIV, 1; XXV, 32.
Western Europe in the Eighth Century, chap. i.
Lea H. C., Superstition and Force (passim).
2. DECLINE OF LEARNING AND CULTURE
Taylor H. O., Medieval Mind, I, 191-204.
Guizot F. P., Civilization in France, Course I, Lectures 16, 17, 18.
Grisar H., Rome of the Popes, II, 187-245.
Sandys E. J., History of Classical Scholarship, I, chap. xxiv.
Wilde A., American Journal of Theology, VII ( July, 1903).
3. THE SALIC LAW AND OTHER BARBARIAN CODES
Henderson E. F., Historical Documents, 176 f. (text of Salic Law).
Thatcher and MacNeal, Source Book, No. 4.
Adams H., "The Lex Salica," North American Review, CXVIII, 416.
Guizot F. P., Civilization in France, course I, Lectures 9, 10, 11.
Emerton E., Introduction to Middle Ages, chap. viii.
Hayes C. H., Sources of Germanic Invasions, chap. xvi.
Thevenin, "Franks and Feudalism," North American Review, CXVIII, 460.
Jenks E., Law and Politics in Middle Ages, chap. iv to p. 112; chap. v to p. 172.
Seebohm F., Economic Journal, I, 59-72.
4. THE AUSTRASIAN MAYORS: PEPIN HERISTAL, CHARLES MARTEL
Thatcher and MacNeal, Source Book, Nos. 197, 198.
History of All Nations, VII, 97-125.
Moreton Macdonald J. R., History of France, I, chap. iv.

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