Late antiquity and early middle ages
Architecture, Power, and Religion in a Late Antique Landscape
This book builds on more than a decade of fieldwork, providing an unprecedented overview of urban and rural development in the late medieval period.
Childhood, Sexuality, and Violence in the Early Penitentials
This book is an early medieval social history based on the early penitentials, with up-to-date translations of these often-ignored or misunderstood texts.
The Short History of Nikephoros of Constantinople
A historical analysis of manners of representation of Byzantine emperors and patriarchs in the Short History of Nikephoros of Constantinople in the context of late 8th century Byzantine iconodule...
An Archaeological Perspective
The first work to address the end of Roman Hispania and the emergence of Medieval Spain from a principally archaeological perspective
The Family and the Fall of the Roman West
Through a look at the family, this book discusses the intersections between Roman and Christian legal culture, thought, and political power after the collapse of the Roman Empire.
Between Empires and Identities in Lombard Italy
This study presents fresh interpretations of the works of Paul the Deacon (c. 720-799), which are vital to understanding the history of Italy and Western Europe in the Middle Ages.
This newest volume in a long-running work of mapping the sources of Anglo-Saxon literary culture in England from 500 to 1100 CE takes up one of the most important authors of the period, the...
Catalogue of Illustrated Beatus Commentaries on the Apocalypse and Study of the Geneva Beatus
This is the first study to bring together all twenty-nine extant copies of the medieval Commentary on the Apocalypse, which was originally written by Spanish monk Beatus of Liébana.
Bede is the inaugural volume in the Sources of Anglo-Saxon Literary Culture series, which seeks to comprehensively map British literary culture from 500 to 1100 CE.
From Romans to Goths and Franks
As this book demonstrates, early medieval 'Romanness' encompassed a sense of belonging to an ethnic group, which allowed Romans in Iberia and Gaul to adopt Gothic or Frankish identities in a more...
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