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Sammelwerk  Religious Franks: religion and power in the Frankish kingdoms: studies in honour of Mayke de Jong
Meens, Rob [Hrsg.]. - Manchester (2016)


Deskriptoren: Frühmittelalter
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Introduction [Religious Franks: religion and power in the Frankish kingdoms]
McKitterick, Rosamond. • S. 1-10

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The rhetoric of election: 1 Peter 2.9 and the Franks
Heydemann, Gerda. • S. 13-31

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Adopt, adapt and improve: dealing with the Adoptionist controversy at the court of Charlemagne
Kramer, Rutger Daniël. • S. 32-50

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The ruler as referee in the theological debates: Reccared and Charlemagne
Raaijmakers, Janneke E.. • S. 51-71

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The ruler with the sword in the Utrecht psalter
Jaski, Bart. • S. 72-91

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Reform and the Merovingian church
Wood, Ian N.. • S. 95-111

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'... but they pray badly using corrected books': errors in early Carolingian copies of the Admonitio generalis
Mostert, Marco. • S. 112-127

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Emendatio and effectus in Frankish prayer traditions
Rose, H. G. Els. • S. 128-147

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Alcuin, Seneca and the Brahmins of India
Hen, Yitzhak. • S. 148-161

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'Et hoc considerat episcopus, ut ipsi prespyteri non sint idiothae': Carolingian local correctio and an unknown priests' exam from the early ninth century
Rhijn, Carine van. • S. 162-180

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Religious Saxons: paganism, infidelity and biblical punishment in the Capitulatio de partibus Saxoniae
Flierman, Robert. • S. 181-201

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An admonition too far?: the sermon De cupiditate by Ambrose Autpertus
Diesenberger, Maximilian. • S. 202-220

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Three annotated letter manuscripts: scholarly practices of religious Franks in the margin unveiled
Teeuwen, Mariken. • S. 221-239

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The Carolingians and the Regula Benedicti
Diem, Albrecht. • S. 243-261

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Reichenau and its amici viventes: competition and cooperation?
Le Jan, Régine. • S. 262-278

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Monte Cassino and Carolingian politics around 800
Meeder, Sven M.. • S. 279-295

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A mirror of princes who opted out: Regino of Prüm and royal monastic conversion
Goosmann, Erik. • S. 297-313

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Merovingian gospel readings in Northumbria: the legacy of Wilfrid?
Ganz, David (Historiker). • S. 317-330

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Bishops in the mirror: from self-representation to episcopal model. The case of the eloquent bishops Ambrose of Milan and Gregory the Great
Vocino, Giorgia. • S. 331-349

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Charlemagne and the bishops
Nelson, Janet Loughland. • S. 350-369

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The penance of Attigny (822) and the leadership of the bishops in amending Carolingian society
Depreux, Philippe. • S. 370-385

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From Justinian to Louis the Pious: inalienability of church property and the sovereignty of a ruler in the ninth century
Esders, Stefan. • S. 386-408

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Incest, penance and a murdered bishop: the legend of Frederic of Utrecht
Hoven van Genderen, Bram van den. • S. 409-433

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Pippin III and the scandals of Christ: the making and unmaking of an early medieval relic
Smith, Julia Mary Howard. • S. 437-454

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Rulers, popes and bishops: the historical context of the ninth-century Cologne Codex Carolinus manuscript (Codex Vindobonensis 449)
Espelo, Dorine van. • S. 455-471

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Pope Nicholas I and the Franks: politics and ecclesiology in the ninth century
Noble, Thomas F. X.. • S. 472-488