Reference Studies in Medieval History

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XII. CHARLEMAGNE
1. GENERAL ACCOUNTS
Grant A. J. Early Lives of Charlemagne: Einhard and Monk of St. Gall.
Emerton E., Introduction to the Middle Ages, chaps, xiii, xiv.
Emerton E., Medieval Europe, chap. i.
Cambridge Medieval History, II, chaps, xviii-xxii.
History of All Nations, VIII, chaps, iii, iv.
Oman C., Dark Ages, chaps, xx-xxiii.
Sergeant, The Franks (Story of the Nations), chaps, xvi-xx.
Mombert J. H., Charles the Great.
Hodgkin T., Charles the Great.
Hodgkin T., Italy and Her Invaders, VIII (entire volume).
Cutts E. L., Charlemagne.
Headlam C., France, chap. iv.
De H. Tourville, Growth of Modern Nations, chap. x.
Robinson J. H., Europe in the Middle Ages, chap. vii.
Thorndike L., Mealieval Europe, chap. xi.
Bemont and Monod, Medieval Europe, chap. xiii.
Munro D. C., Middle Ages, chap. x.
Moreton-Macdonald J. R., History of France, I, chap. v.
Schaff P., Church History, IV, sec. 56.
Milman H. H., Latin Christianity, Book IV, chap. xii; Book V, chap. i.
Guizot F. P., Civilization in France, Course II, Lectures 20-23.
2. CHARLEMAGNE AS CONQUEROR AND CIVILIZER--THE SAXON WARS
Thatcher-MacNeal, Source Book, No. 7.
Robinson J. H., Readings, I, Nos. 54, 55.
Pennsylvania Translations and Reprints, VI, No. 5, 1-6, 12-16.
Einhard, Life of Charlemagne, chaps, vii-viii
Botsford G. W., Source Book of Ancient History, pp. 577-79.
Davis W. S., Readings in Ancient History---Rome, pp. 373-75.
Ogg F. A., Source Book, secs. 416-17.
Hodgkin T., Charles the Great, chaps, i-x.
Mombert J. H., Charles the Great, Book II, chaps, iii-iv.
Cambridge Medieval History, II, 609-15.
Schaff P., Church History, IV, sec. 27.
Adams G. B., Civilization during Middle Ages, pp. 151-58, 163, 164.
Henderson E. F., Germany in the Middle Ages, chap. iv.
Helmholt, H., History of the World, VI, 159-62.
Blok P., History of the People of the Netherlands, I, chap. iv.
Headlam C., France, chap. iv.
Howorth H. H., Journal Anthrop. Inst., IX, 406.
Robinson, C. H., Conversion of Europe, 380-91.
De H. Tourville, Growth of Modern Nations, chap. x.
English Historical Review, XIV, 753.

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