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The New Cambridge Medieval History

The New Cambridge Medieval History

Volume 1. c.500–c.700

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Part of The New Cambridge Medieval History

Paul Fouracre, Richard Gerberding, Guy Halsall, Andrew Louth, John Moorhead, Maria Isabel Loring, Raymond van Dam, Wendy Davies, Helena Hamerow, Andrew Louth, Carole Hillenbrand, Clare Stancliffe, Alan Thacker, Lotte Hedeager, Zbigniew Kobylinski, A. Barbero and M. I. Michael Toch, Patrick Wormald, Simon Loseby, Stéphane Lebecq, Mark Blackburn, Georg Scheibelreiter, Jacques Fontaine, Ian Wood, Leslie Brubaker
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  • Date Published: January 2006
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521362917

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  • The first volume of The New Cambridge Medieval History covers the transitional period between the later Roman world and the early middle ages, c. 500 to c. 700. This was an era of developing consciousness and profound change in Europe, Byzantium and the Arab world, an era in which the foundations of medieval society were laid and to which many of our modern myths of national and religious identity can be traced. This book offers a comprehensive regional survey of the sixth and seventh centuries, from Ireland in the west to the rise of Islam in the Middle East, and from Scandinavia in the north to the Mediterranean south. It explores the key themes pinning together the history of this period, from kingship, trade and the church, to art, architecture and education. It represents both an invaluable conspectus of current scholarship and an expert introduction to the period.

    • The long awaited first volume in the landmark New Cambridge Medieval series - it completes the set
    • This is the standard work of reference on the history of Europe, c. 500 c. 700
    • Includes both a comprehensive regional survey of the period and a series of chapters addressing the big themes, e.g. kingship, the church, art and architecture
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    • Date Published: January 2006
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521362917
    • length: 1000 pages
    • dimensions: 235 x 165 x 55 mm
    • weight: 1.538kg
    • contains: 20 b/w illus. 1 colour illus. 16 maps
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Introduction: the History of Europe 500–700 Paul Fouracre:
    1. The later Roman Empire Richard Gerberding
    2. The barbarian invasions Guy Halsall
    3. The sources and their interpretation Guy Halsall
    Part I. The Sixth Century:
    4. The eastern empire in the sixth century Andrew Louth
    5. The Byzantines in the West in the sixth century John Moorhead
    6. Ostrogothic Italy and the Lombard invasions John Moorhead
    7. The formation of the Sueve and Visigothic kingdoms in Spain A. Barbero and M. I. Loring
    8. Merovingian Gaul and the Frankish Conquests Raymond Van Dam
    9. The Celtic kingdoms Wendy Davies
    10. The earliest Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Helena Hamerow
    Part II. The Seventh Century:
    11. The Byzantine empire in the seventh century Andrew Louth
    12. Muhammad and the rise of Islam Carole Hillenbrand
    13. The Catholic Visigothic Kingdom A. Barbero and M. I. Loring
    14. Francia in the seventh century Paul Fouracre
    15. Religion and society in Ireland Clare Stancliffe
    16. Christianity amongst the Britons, Dálriadan Irish and Picts Clare Stancliffe
    17. England in the seventh century Alan Thacker
    18. Scandinavia (c. 500–700 AD) Lotte Hedeager
    19. The Slavs 500–700 AD Zbigniew Kobylinski
    Part III: Themes and Problems:
    20. The Jews in Europe, 500–1050 Michael Toch
    21. Kings and kingship Patrick Wormald
    22. The Mediterranean economy Simon Loseby
    23. The Northern seas (fifth to eighth centuries) Stéphane Lebecq
    24. Money and coinage Mark Blackburn
    25. Church structure and organisation Georg Scheibelreiter
    26. Christianisation and the dissemination of Christian teaching Ian Wood
    27. Education and learning (500–700) Jacques Fontaine
    28a. Art and architecture of western Europe, 500–7000 Ian Wood
    28b. Art and architecture, 500–700: the East Leslie Brubaker.

  • Editor

    Paul Fouracre, University of Manchester
    Paul Fouracre is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Manchester. His previous publications include Property and Power in the Early Middle Ages (0521522250) (co-edited with Wendy Davies) and The Age of Charles Martel (Addison-Wesley, 2000). He is co-editor of Early Medieval Europe and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

    Contributors

    Paul Fouracre, Richard Gerberding, Guy Halsall, Andrew Louth, John Moorhead, Maria Isabel Loring, Raymond van Dam, Wendy Davies, Helena Hamerow, Andrew Louth, Carole Hillenbrand, Clare Stancliffe, Alan Thacker, Lotte Hedeager, Zbigniew Kobylinski, A. Barbero and M. I. Michael Toch, Patrick Wormald, Simon Loseby, Stéphane Lebecq, Mark Blackburn, Georg Scheibelreiter, Jacques Fontaine, Ian Wood, Leslie Brubaker

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