Early Medieval Europe articles

Volume 22 (1)

Rituals of Islamic Monarchy. Accession and Succession in the First Islamic Empire. By Andrew Marsham. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 2009. xii + 344 pp. ISBN 978 0 7486 25123.
Jinty Nelson, vol. 22 (1): 96-102
Pagan and Christian: Religious Change in Early Medieval Europe. By David Petts. London: Bristol Classical Press. 2011. 144 pp. £14.99. ISBN 978 0 7156 3754 8.
Alex Woolf, vol. 22 (1): 102-103
Coinage and Coin Use in Medieval Italy. By Alessia Rovelli. Variorum Collected Studies Series CS1023. Farnham: Ashgate. 2012. xvi + 378 pp. £95. ISBN 978 1 4094 4504 3.
Rory Naismith, vol. 22 (1): 103-105
Land and Book: Literature and Land Tenure in Anglo-Saxon England. By Scott T. Smith. Toronto, Buffalo and London: University of Toronto Press. 2012. ii + 288 pp. $65. ISBN 978 1 4426 4486 1.
Julie Mumby, vol. 22 (1): 105-107
Morality and Masculinity in the Carolingian Empire. By Rachel Stone. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2012. xx + 399 pp. £60, US$99 (hardback). ISBN 9781107006744.
Eric J. Goldberg, vol. 22 (1): 107-109
Orosius and the Rhetoric of History. By Peter Van Nuffelen. Oxford Early Christian Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2012. 252 pp. £60. ISBN 978 0 19 965527 4.
Richard Flower, vol. 22 (1): 109-111

Volume 21 (4)

Editorial
Sarah Hamilton, vol. 21 (4): 357-357
Columbanus in Europe: the evidence from the Epistulae
Tommaso Leso, vol. 21 (4): 358-389
Bede, iconoclasm and the Temple of Solomon
Peter Darby, vol. 21 (4): 390-421
The Chronicle of Ireland: then and now
Roy Flechner, vol. 21 (4): 422-454
Conquest, ceramics, continuity and change. Beyond representational approaches to continuity and change in early medieval England: a case study from Anglo-Norman Southampton
Ben Jervis, vol. 21 (4): 455-487
Studies in Early Anglo-Saxon Art and Archaeology: Papers in Honour of Martin G. Welch. Edited by Stuart Brookes , Sue Harrington and Andrew Reynolds . British Archaeological Reports British Series 527. Oxford: Archaeopress. 2011. xi +179 pp. £38. ISB
Howard Williams, vol. 21 (4): 488-489
The Aurelian Wall and the Refashioning of Imperial Rome AD 271–855. By Hendrik Dey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2011. xvi + 360 pp., 63 illustrations. $110/£68. ISBN 9780521763653.
Caroline Goodson, vol. 21 (4): 489-491
Karl Martell. Der Beginn karolingischer Herrschaft. By Andreas Fischer. Urban Taschenbücher. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer. 2012. 278 pp. €24.90. ISBN 978 3 17 020385 3.
Erik Goosmann, vol. 21 (4): 491-493
Ottonian Imperial Art and Portraiture: The Artistic Patronage of Otto III and Henry II. By Eliza Garrison. Farnham and Burlington: Ashgate Publishing. 2012. xiv + 214 pp. ISBN 978 0 7546 6968 5.
David A. Warner, vol. 21 (4): 493-495
Échanges, communications et réseaux dans le haut Moyen Âge. Études et textes offerts à Stéphane Lebecq. Edited by Alban Gautier and Céline Martin . Collection Haut Moyen Âge 14. Turnhout: Brepols. 2011. 296 pp. €55. ISBN 978 2 503 54335 2.
Charles West, vol. 21 (4): 495-496
From One Sea to Another. Trading Places in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages: Proceedings of the International Conference, Commacchio, 27th–29th March 2009. Edited by Sauro Gelichi and Richard Hodges . Centro interuniversitario per la s
Rory Naismith, vol. 21 (4): 497-498
Listen, O Isles, unto Me: Studies in Medieval Word and Image in Honour of Jennifer O'Reilly. Edited by Elizabeth Mullins and Diarmuid Scully . Cork: Cork University Press. 2011. xxv + 459 pp. + 39 b/w plates. €49. ISBN 9 781859 184660.
Jenifer Ní Ghrádaigh, vol. 21 (4): 499-500
The Making of the Monastic Community of Fulda, c. 744–c. 900. By Janneke Raaijmakers. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought, Fourth Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2012.
James T. Palmer, vol. 21 (4): 500-502
Index of reviews for Volume 21
vol. 21 (4): 503-505

Volume 21 (3)

Gildas and the ‘grievous divorce from the barbarians’
Michael Garcia, vol. 21 (3): 243-253
A testimony of Carolingian rule? The Codex epistolaris carolinus, its historical context, and the meaning of imperium
Dorine van Espelo, vol. 21 (3): 254-282
All quiet on the western front? Royal politics in Galicia from c.800 to c.950
Robert Portass, vol. 21 (3): 283-306
Henry I of Germany's 929 military campaign in archaeological perspective
David S. Bachrach, vol. 21 (3): 307-337
Power and its Problems in Carolingian Europe. By Stuart Airlie. Variorum Collected Studies Series CS1010. Farnham: Ashgate. 2012. pp. xviii + 308. £85. ISBN 978 1 4094 4600 2.
Jinty Nelson, vol. 21 (3): 338-340
Chronicles, Consuls, and Coins: Historiography and History in the Later Roman Empire. By R.W. Burgess. Variorum Collected Studies Series CS984. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 2011. xiv + 355 pp. £85. ISBN 978 1 4094 2820 6.
Mark Humphries, vol. 21 (3): 340-342
The Coinage of Offa and his Contemporaries. By Derek Chick, edited by Mark Blackburn and Rory Naismith . British Numismatic Society Special Publication 6. London: Spink. 2010. xv + 231 pp. + 29 b/w plates. £40. ISBN 978 1 907427 02 2.
Andrew R. Woods, vol. 21 (3): 342-343
Western Monasticism Ante Litteram: The Spaces of Monastic Observance in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Edited by Hendrik Dey and Elizabeth Fentress . Disciplina Monastica 7. Turnhout: Brepols. 2011. 387 pp. + 89 b/w figures. €95. ISBN 978 2
Alexander O'Hara, vol. 21 (3): 343-345
Die Goldbrakteaten der Völkerwanderungszeit – Auswertung und Neufunde. Edited by Wilhelm Heizmann and Morten Axboe . Ergänzungsbände zum Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde 40. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter. 2011. x + 1024 pp. + 102 plates.
Michaela Helmbrecht, vol. 21 (3): 345-349
Die Franken. By Ulrich Nonn. Urban-Taschenbücher 579. Stuttgart: Verlag W. Kohlhammer. 2010. 177 pp. €18.80. ISBN 978 3 17 017814 4.
Maximilian Diesenberger, vol. 21 (3): 350-351
Law, Custom, and Justice in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Proceedings of the 2008 Byzantine Colloquium. Edited by A. Rio . Centre for Hellenic Studies Occasional Publications. London: King's College London School of Humanities. 2011. viii +
John Hudson, vol. 21 (3): 351-353
Grundstrukturen der Verfassung im Mittelalter, vol. 4: Das Königtum. By Hans K. Schulze. Urban-Taschenbücher 464. Stuttgart: W. Kohlhammer. 2011. 230 pp. €24.90. ISBN 978 3 17 014863 5.
Sören Kaschke, vol. 21 (3): 353-355

Volume 21 (2)

Adapting the roman alphabet for writing Old English: evidence from coin epigraphy and single-sheet charters
Philip A. Shaw, vol. 21 (2): 115-139
Power and rural landscapes in early medieval Galicia (400–900 ad): towards a re-incorporation of the archaeology into the historical narrative
José Carlos Sánchez Pardo, vol. 21 (2): 140-168
The Poeta Saxo at Paderborn: episcopal authority and Carolingian rule in late ninth-century Saxony
Ingrid Rembold, vol. 21 (2): 169-196
Laughing at a saint? Miracle and irony in the Vita Gangulfi prima
Steffen Patzold, vol. 21 (2): 197-220
The Chapel and Burial Ground of St. Ninian's Isle, Shetland: Excavations Past and Present. By Rachel Barrowman . The Society for Medieval Archaeology Monograph 32. The Society for Medieval Archaeology. 2011. viii + 256pp., 23 colour plates. Price £40 (£
Barbara E. Crawford, vol. 21 (2): 221-222
The Vision of the Palace of the Byzantine Emperors as a Heavenly Jerusalem. By Maria Cristina Carile . Spoleto: Centro Italiano di Studi sull'Alto Medioevo. 2012. xiii + 226 pp. €80. ISBN 978 88 7988 566 9.
David Rollason, vol. 21 (2): 223-225
Compiling the Collatio Legum Mosaicarum et Romanarum in Late Antiquity. By Robert M. Frakes . New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2011. xiv + 368 pp. £80. ISBN 978 0 19 958940 1.
Sophie Lunn-Rockliffe, vol. 21 (2): 225-227
Silver Economies, Monetisation and Society in Scandinavia AD 800–1100. Edited by James Graham-Campbell , Søren Sindbæk and Gareth Williams . Aarhus: Aarhus University Press. 2011. 380 pp. + 39 b/w and 23 colour figures. £40. ISBN 978 87 7934 585 0.
Jane Kershaw, vol. 21 (2): 227-229