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Davies, W. (1993), ‘Celtic kingships in the early middle ages’, in Duggan, A. J. (e., Kings and Kingship in Medieval Europe, London
The chapter shows that sub-Roman monarchy in the West derives substantially from the Roman imperial model. Early medieval western kings inherited what was, by the standards of the time when Germans first became familiar with Rome, a massive palace mechanism. Davies, W., Kings and Kingship in Medieval Europe, London. (1978), An Early Welsh Microcosm: Studies in the Llandaff Charters (Royal Historical Society), London.
Kings and Kingship in Medieval Europe Kings College London Medieval Studies X Duggan, Anne J Kings College London 1993 440 O 0951308599 Papers presented at an International Conference, Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies, Kings College, London, 23-25 April 1992. Kings and Kingship in Medieval Europe. Cover Type: Hard Year published: 1993 ISBN: 0951308599. Description, Notes: Papers presented at an International Conference, Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies, Kings College, London, 23-25 April 1992.
Article · January 2005 with 3 Reads. This was a typical strategy for the kings in early medieval Europe, both Christians and pagans. The book results from the most recent of a series of Sutton Hoo seminars, on the formation of early kingdoms.
Yet high medieval kingship is also a topic that has so far mostly been approached with regard to individual regnal communities Dynastic Cults in Medieval Central Europe, trans. va Pálmai (Cam- bridge 2002) 124–127
Yet high medieval kingship is also a topic that has so far mostly been approached with regard to individual regnal communities. 6 Far fewer attempts have been made to sketch the wider European framework of norms, ideas and practices within which each regnal experience unfolded. Dynastic Cults in Medieval Central Europe, trans. va Pálmai (Cam- bridge 2002) 124–127. 18 Legenda Maior (n. 17 above) cap.
Anne Duggan, Janet L. Nelson. Did queens exercise real or counterfeit power? Did the promotion of the cult of the Virgin enhance or restrict their sphere of action?
Anne Duggan, Janet L. Did queens exercise real or counterfeit power? Did the promotion of the cult of the Virgin enhance or restrict their sphere of action? Is it time to revise the early feminist view of women as victims? Important papers on Emma of England, Margaret of Scotland, coronation and burial ritual, Byzantine empresses and Scandinavian queens, among others, clearly indicate that a reassessment of the role of women in the world of medieval dynastic politics is under way.
Medieval Europe was far from unified; it was a large geographical region divided into smaller and culturally . Nobles and Nobility in Medieval Europe: Concepts, Origins, Transformations By Anne J. Duggan Boydell Press, 2000.
Medieval Europe was far from unified; it was a large geographical region divided into smaller and culturally diverse political units that were never totally dominated by any one authority. With the collapse of the Roman Empire, Christianity became the standard-bearer of Western civilization. Kings and Vikings: Scandinavia and Europe, . 700-1100 By P. H. Sawyer Routledge, 1989. Agriculture in the Middle Ages: Technology, Practice, and Representation By Del Sweeney University of Pennsylvania Press, 1995.
a valuable work for anyone interested in the social aspects of the medieval nobility
a valuable work for anyone interested in the social aspects of the medieval nobility. CHOICE Articles on the origins and nature of 'nobility', its relationship with the late Roman world, its acquisition and exercise of power, its association with military obligation, and its transformation into a more or less willing instrument of royal government.
Kings and kingship in medieval Europe - Duggan, Anne . King's College, London, 1993 Book. The political development of the British Isles 1100-1400 - Frame, Robin, 1990 Book. The Ideals and practice of medieval knighthood: papers from the. Kingdoms and communities in Western Europe, 900-1300 - Reynolds, Susan, 1984, Clarendon Book. Stratagems and spoils: a social anthropology of politics - Bailey, Frederick George, 1969 Book.
Dr ANNE DUGGAN teaches in the Department of History at King's College London. Everywhere in Europe, new work is being published which adds new clarity to our picture of this social group. eISBN: 978-1-84615-011-1. Subjects: Sociology, History. The most up-to-date historiography seems to reflect authors’ keen awareness of being part of this renewal. Yet with few exceptions, this enthusiasm for the aristocracy is relatively recent and constitutes a kind of defiance of the old prejudices which until recently were attached to the history of élites.