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

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The writings of Patrick Wormald
Wormald, C. Patrick. • S. 3-10

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Patrick Wormald as historian
Foot, Sarah. • S. 11-28

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Patrick Wormald the teacher
Airlie, Stuart. • S. 29-36

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Living with Patrick Wormald
Wormald, Jenny. • S. 37-46

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Archipelagic thoughts: comparing early medieval polities in Britain and Ireland
Campbell, James. • S. 47-64

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Celtic kings: 'priestly vegetables'?
Charles-Edwards, Thomas Mowbray. • S. 65-80

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The Bretwaldas and the origins of overlordship in Anglo-Saxon England
Yorke, Barbara A. E.. • S. 81-96

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Royal and ecclesiastical law in seventh-century Kent
Oliver, Lisi. • S. 97-114

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Divine justice in Gregory the Great's Dialogues
Johnson, David F.. • S. 115-128

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Bede, the Britons and the Book of Samuel
Thacker, Alan T.. • S. 129-148

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Bede and Benedict of Nursia
De Gregorio, Scott. • S. 149-164

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After Bede: continuing the Ecclesiastical History
Story, Joanna E.. • S. 165-184

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Chosen arrows, first hidden then revealed: the Visitation-Archer sequence as a key to the unity of the Ruthwell Cross
Ó Carragáin, Éamonn. • S. 185-206

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Alcuin, Charlemagne and the problem of sanctions
Mayr-Harting, Henry. • S. 207-218

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'For it is written in the law': Ansegis and the writing of Carolingian royal authority
Airlie, Stuart. • S. 219-236

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Kings, clergy and dogma: the settlement of doctrinal disputes in the Carolingian world
Noble, Thomas F. X.. • S. 237-252

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Charlemagne's missi and their books
McKitterick, Rosamond. • S. 253-268

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Charlemagne's daughters
Scharer, Anton. • S. 269-282

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Hrabanus Maurus in Anglo-Saxon England: In honorem sanctae crucis
Schipper, William. • S. 283-300

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The Fonthill Letter, Ealdorman Ordlaf and Anglo-Saxon law in practice
Brooks, Nicholas P.. • S. 301-318

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An anonymous historian of Edward the Elder's reign
Pelteret, David Anthony Edgell. • S. 319-336

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Reform and retribution: the 'anti-monastic reaction' in the reign of Edward the Martyr
Jayakumar, Shashi. • S. 337-352

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Donne se cirlisca man ordales weddiged: the Anglo-Saxon lay ordeal
Keefer, Sarah Larratt. • S. 353-368

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Trial by ordeal in Anglo-Saxon England: what's the problem with barley?
Niles, John D.. • S. 369-382

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Lordship and justice in late Anglo-Saxon England: the judicial functions of soke and commendation revisited
Baxter, Stephen. • S. 383-420

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The Making of English Law and the varieties of legal history
Hudson, John G. H.. • S. 421-432

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Liturgy or law: misconceived alternatives?
Nelson, Janet Loughland. • S. 433-450

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King /Ethelred's charter for Eynsham Abbey (1005)
Keynes, Simon. • S. 451-474

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Si litterali memorie commendaretur: memory and cartularies in eleventh-century Worcester
Tinti, Francesca. • S. 475-498
https://www.academia.edu/7516263

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Emma's Greek Serine
Jones, Lynn Anne. • S. 499-508

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Emma: image and ideology
Karkov, Catherine E.. • S. 509-520

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The bishop's book: Leofric's homiliary and eleventh-century Exeter
Treharne, Elaine M.. • S. 521-538

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The dangerous dead in early medieval England
Blair, John. • S. 539-560