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Recycling the Franks in Twelfth-Century England : Regino of Prüm, the Monks of Durham, and the Alexandrine Schism
(2012-07) - Journal article
In the Middle Ages, even more so than today, history writing could be an act of political engagement. In an era without formal representation, the ability to persuade audiences of particular views of the past could be a ...
Palaces, Itineraries and Political Order in the Post-Carolingian Kingdoms
(Brill, 2014) - Book item
Italian queens in the ninth and tenth centuries
(University of St Andrews, 2014-06-26) - Thesis
This thesis investigates the role of queens in ninth and tenth century Italy. During the Carolingian period the Italian kingdom saw significant involvement of royal women in political affairs. This trend continued after ...
Legislation and politics in late Carolingian Italy : the Ravenna constitutions
(2010-11) - Journal article
Insinuation, censorship and the struggle for late Carolingian Lotharingia in Regino of Prum's Chronicle
(2009) - Journal article
Regino of Prüm's Chronicle, completed in the year 908, is one of the most important narrative sources for the history of the later Carolingian Empire, and contains the best contemporary account of its collapse in 888. ...