RI-Opac: Die Literaturdatenbank zum Mittelalter - Über 2,3 Millionen verzeichnete Werke

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Introduction: England and the continent
Leyser, Conrad. • S. 1-13

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Routeways between England and the Continent in the Tenth Century
Lebecq, StéphaneGautier, Alban. • S. 17-34

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Continental Germanic personal names in tenth-century England
Insley, John. • S. 35-49

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Exiles, abbots, wives, and messengers: Anglo-Saxons in the tenth-century Reich
Bihrer, Andreas. • S. 51-66

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Flemish monasticism, comital power, and the archbishops of Canterbury: A written legacy from the late tenth century
Vanderputten, Steven. • S. 67-86

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An Itinerant English Master around the Millennium
Gameson, Richard. • S. 87-134

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A Carolingian scholar in the court of King Æthelstan
Wood, Michael. • S. 135-162

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England and the Papacy in the Tenth Century
Tinti, Francesca. • S. 163-184

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Relations between Fleury and England
Mostert, Marco. • S. 185-210

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The King from Overseas': Why Did Aethelstan Matter in Tenth-Century Continental Affairs?
Ortenberg, Veronica. • S. 211-236

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Dynastic Strategies: The West Saxon Royal Family in Europe
Foot, Sarah. • S. 237-254

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Monastic Reform and Royal Ideology in the Late Tenth Century: Aelfthryth and Edgar in Continental Perspective
MacLean, Simon. • S. 255-274

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Comparative approaches to Anglo-Saxon and Ottonian coronations
Warner, David A.. • S. 275-292

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Tenth-century kingship comparatively
Nelson, Janet Loughland. • S. 293-308

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Kingship and palaces in the Ottonian realm and the kingdom of England
Zotz, Thomas. • S. 311-330

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Written Law and the Communication of Authority in Tenth-Century England
Pratt, David R.. • S. 331-350

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Legal culture in tenth-century Lotharingia
West, Charles. • S. 351-375

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Where are the Parishes? Where are the Minsters? The Organization of the Spanish Church in the Tenth Century
Davies, Wendy. • S. 379-398

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Pastoral Care before the Parish: Aspects of the Early Ecclesiastical Organization of Scandinavia, especially Sweden
Brink, Stefan. • S. 399-410

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The Early Pontificals: The Anglo-Saxon Evidence Reconsidered from a Continental Perspective
Hamilton, Sarah M.. • S. 411-428

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The Divine Office and the Secular Clergy in Later Anglo-Saxon England
Billett, Jesse D.. • S. 429-472

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The policy on relic translations of Baldwin II of Flanders (879 - 918), Edward of Wessex (899 - 924), and Æthelflaed of Mercia (d. 924): A key to Anglo-Flemish relations?
Meijns, Brigitte. • S. 473-492

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The interests of historians in the tenth century
Noble, Thomas F. X.. • S. 495-513

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Insular History? Forgery and the English Past in the Tenth Century
Crick, Julia C.. • S. 515-544
http://hdl.handle.net/10036/3040
https://www.academia.edu/487006

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The Image of Roman History in Anglo-Saxon England
Coz, Yann. • S. 545-558