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collected edition
Richard Corradini - Rob Meens - Christina Pössel - Philip Shaw

Texts and Identities in the Early Middle Ages

ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-3747-4 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-3806-8
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Table of contents page 5

Vorwort der Herausgeber page 9

Mayke de Jong - Rosamond McKitterick - Walter Pohl - Ian Wood
Introduction page 11

Bart Jaski
Aeneas and Fénius: a classical case of mistaken identity page 15

Andrew Merrills
Comparative histories: the Vandals, the Sueves and Isidore of Seville page 35

Benjamin Cornford
Paul the Deacon´s understanding of identity, his attitude to barbarians, and his "strategies of distinction" in the Historia Romana page 47

Emma Beddoe
Memory and identity in Flodoard of Reims: his use of the Roman past page 61

Gerda Heydemann
Zur Gestaltung der Rolle Brunhildes in merowingischer Historiographie page 71

Helmut Reimitz
The art of truth. Historiography and identity in the Frankish world page 87

Maximilian Diesenberger
Dissidente Stimmen zum Sturz Tassilos III page 105

Richard Corradini
Die Annales Fuldenses - Identitätskonstruktionen im ostfränkischen Raum am Ende der Karolingerzeit page 121

Bernhard Zeller
Liudolfinger als fränkische Könige? Überlegungen zur sogenannten Continuatio Reginonis page 137

Ewan Johnson
Origin myths and the construction of medieval identities: Norman chronicles 1000-1100 page 153

Marianne Pollheimer
Wie der jung weiß die alten gedachtnus insonders lieb het - Maximilian I., Jakob Mennel und die frühmittelalterliche Geschichte der Habsburger in der "Fürstlichen Chronik" page 165

Pascal Bertrand
Shaping authority and identity: Saint Antony and his followers in early monastic texts page 177

Adriaan Gaastra
Penitentials and canonical authority page 191

Karl R. Giesriegel
Autorität, Chronologie und Gesetzgebung. Königskataloge in fränkischen Leges-Handschriften page 205

Carine van Rhijn
Priests and the Carolingian reforms: the bottlenecks of local correctio page 219

Jasmijn Bovendeert
Royal or monastic identity? Smaragdus´ Via regia and Diadema monachorum reconsidered page 239

Christina Pössel
Authors and recipients of Carolingian capitularies, 779-829 page 253

Rob Meens
The sanctity of the basilica of St. Martin. Gregory of Tours and the practice of sanctuary in the Merovingian period page 275

Els Rose
Fasting flocks. Lenten season in the liturgical communities of early medieval Gaul page 289

Janneke Raaijmakers
Memory and identity: the Annales necrologici of Fulda page 303

Irene van Renswoude
Time is on our side: luturgical time and political history in the Chronicle of Lobbes page 323

Philip Shaw
Hair and heathens: picturing pagans and the Carolingian connection in the Exeter Book and Beowulf-manuscript page 343

Ann Christys
"How can I trust you, since you are a Christian and I am a Moor?" The multiple identities of the Chronicle of Pseudo-Isidore page 359

Peter Erhart
Contentiones inter monachos - Ethnische und politische Identität in monastischen Gemeinschaften des Frühmittelalters page 373

Owen M. Phelan
The Carolingian renewal and Christian formation in ninth century Bavaria page 389

Thomas Lienhard
De I´intéret d´une identité ethnique: les chefs slaves et la Chrétienté d´aprés la Conversio Bagoariorum et Carantanorum page 401

Abbreviations page 413

Bibliography / Primary sources page 415

Literature page 427