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The community, the family, and the saint
patterns of power in early medieval Europe : selected proceedings of the International Medieval Congress, University of Leeds, 4-7 July 1994, 10-13 July 1995
edited by Joyce Hill and Mary Swan.

Published 1998 by Brepols in Turnhout [Belgium] .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The evolution of Alcuin's concept of the Imperium christianum / Mary Alberi
The formation of the Scandinavian parish, with some remarks regarding the English impact on the process / Stefan Brink
Sense of community and civic identity in the Italian communes / Edward Coleman
Landscape and power: the Frangipani family and their clients in the twelfth-century Roman forum / Matthew Ellis
The Geuissae and Bede: on the innovativeness of Bede's concept of the Gens / Harald Kleinschmidt
La mutation familiale: a suitable case for caution / Pauline Stafford
Gender without sexuality: Hrotsvitha's imagining of a chaste female community / L.M.C. Weston
Pollution, penance and sanctity: Ekkehard's life of Iso of St Gall / Mayke de Jong
Saint Wilfrid: tribal bishop, civic bishop or Germanic lord? / David Pelteret
Miracles and horizontal mobility in the early Middle Ages: some methodological reflections / Hedwig Röckelein
La pietas comme principe de gouvernement d'après le Poème sur Louis le Pieux d'Ermold le Noir / Philippe Depreux
Why should bishops be involved in marital affairs? Hincmar of Rheims on the divorce of King Lothar II (855-869) / Karl Heidecker
Ut in omnibus honorificetur Deus: the Corsnæd ordeal in anglo-saxon England / Sarah Larratt Keefer
Crowds and power in the Liber pontificalis ecclesiae Ravennatis / Joaquín Martínez Pizarro
Magic and the early medieval world view / Rob Meens
A cure for a sinner: sickness and healthcare in medieval southern Italy / Patricia Skinner
Scandinavian law in a tenth-century Rus'-Greek commercial treaty? / Martina Stein-Wilkeshuis
Burial, ritual and Merovingian society / Guy Halsall
The early medieval inscriptions of western Britain: function and sociology / Mark Handley
Treasure bequest: death and gift in the early Middle Ages / Dominic Janes
Vikings deceased in England - commemorated by whom? Runic memorials in Sweden / Bertil Nilsson
On broken letters scarce remembred: Nash-Williams and the early Christian monuments of Wales / Mark Redknap.

Edition Notes

One article in French.
Includes bibliographical references.

Series
International medieval research ;, 4

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
306/.094/0902
Library of Congress
HN11 .I68 1994

The Physical Object

Pagination
xvi, 427 p. :
Number of pages
427

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL68007M
ISBN 10
2503506682
LC Control Number
99166726
OCLC/WorldCat
39730781
Goodreads
577955

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