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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Bachrach, David S. - 2012
Warfare in Tenth-Century Germany
According to the Introduction, "Warfare in Tenth-Century Germany" aims to undermine the current scholarly view of the Ottonian State (AD 919-1024) and demonstrate that eastern Franks did not operate outside of the cultural and political spaces established during the Carolingian period (AD 800-887/8).
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Balázs Bernáth e.a. - 2014
How could the Viking Sun compass be used with sunstones before and after sunset? Twilight board as a new interpretation of the Uunartoq artefact fragment
Vikings routinely crossed the North Atlantic without a magnetic compass and left their mark on lands as far away as Greenland, Newfoundland and Baffin Island.
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Bates, David, and Robert Liddiard, eds. - 2013
East Anglia and its North Sea World in the Middle Ages
Zie voor een bespreking the Mediëval Review onder TMR 14.04.17
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Billett, Jesse D. - 2014
The Divine Office in Anglo-Saxon England 597-c.1000
Besproken in The Medieval Review TMR 15.08.55
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Dales, Douglas - 2013
Alcuin: Theology and Thought
Zie de bespreking van Eric Knibbs in The Medieval Review 14.05.03
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Darby, Peter - 2012
Bede and the End of Time
Reviewed by Scott DeGregorio
University of Michigan - Dearborn
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For over a decade now, a small contingent of scholars have been pushing through the thesis that Bede's writings were the product of a deeply innovative and even daring mind. Toppling the older view that Bede was merely a compiler and hence unremarkable for his originality, such recent scholarship has exchanged the humble monk of Wearmouth-Jarrow for a prodigious and multifaceted auctor whose work rivaled that of the great fathers who preceded him, to whose level he had aims to aspire. In the introduction to an essay collection I edited in 2006, I dubbed this the "new Bede," as a moniker for both the scholarly trend and the historical subject fashioned by it. The present monograph makes a forceful case for the validity of this paradigm in its wide-ranging and meticulous treatment of Bede's writings on time. Like Bede's exegesis, which until recently had lived under the cloud of the Ecclesiastical History of the English People, his magnum opus, the writings on time form another segment of the Bedan corpus where the author's substantial achievements have yet to be fully repaid by exhaustive scholarly investigation. Darby's study does much to redress this imbalance by showing that, here too, Bede was a truly innovative and original thinker.
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Graham-Campbell, James - 2011
The Cuerdale Hoard and Related Viking-Age Silver and Gold from Britain and Ireland in the British Museum.

With contributions by Barry Ager, Marion Archibald, Hero Granger-Taylor, Susan Kruse, John Sheehan, Egon Wamers, Leslie Webster, Martin Welch, and Gareth Williams. Original drawings by Karen Hughes.
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Hadley, D. M., and Letty Ten Harkel, eds. - 2013
Everyday Life in Viking-Age Towns: Social Approaches to Towns in England and Ireland, c. 800-1100
Bundel met artikelen over de urbanisatie van Engeland en Ierland in de Vikingtijd
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Imsen, Steinar, ed. - 2011
Taxes, Tributes and Tributary Lands in the Making of the Scandinavian Kingdoms in the Middle Ages.
Reviewed by Vithar Pálsson
The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies
The present volume is the second of a proposed four-volume series on
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Rubriek: Algemeen: geschiedenis en cultuur van de middeleeuwen
Knibbs, Eric, and E. Ann Matter, eds. - 2012
Alcuin of York's De Fide Trinitatis et Incarnatione Christi: Quaestiones de Sancta Trinitate
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This is Alcuin's major theological treatise deemed of considerable importance attested to by its survival in over 100 manuscripts. Making a critical edition from such a large number of manuscripts is a formidable task. The editors give a detailed description of the manuscripts (xviii–lxx) with multiple caveats in the search for the golden egg of a putative autograph or apograph terminating with a complicated stemma codicum (lxv). Under the stemma codicum should be written, as the eminent medievalist Gedeon Gál had suggested: "noli me tangere" [lest a branch fall off], or "this tree bears no fruit," such that stemmata provide neither an infallible nor often even a reliable guide to a putative original. Editor(s) must make selections safeguarding the meaning of the author, whose meaning must always be the overarching hermeneutical principle of critical editing. Regarding orthography, this reader applauds the use of dipthongs (found already in Beneventen manuscripts) helping readers to discriminate between adverbs and adjectives/nouns.
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