Early Medieval Europe articles

Volume 22 (4)

Romanness: a multiple identity and its changes
Walter Pohl, vol. 22 (4): 406-418
Preaching Romanness in the early Middle Ages: the sermon De litaniis from the Eusebius Gallicanus collection
Marianne Pollheimer, vol. 22 (4): 419-432
Reflecting Romanness in the Fredegar Chronicle
Andreas Fischer, vol. 22 (4): 433-445
A new witness of the third recension of ps.-Methodius' Revelationes: Winithar's manuscript St Gallen, Stiftsbibliothek, MS 238 and the role of Rome in human history
Cinzia Grifoni, vol. 22 (4): 446-460
Romana urbs: levels of Roman and imperial identity in the city of Rome
Clemens Gantner, vol. 22 (4): 461-475
Pieces of a puzzle: time and history in Walahfrid's Vademecum
Richard Corradini, vol. 22 (4): 476-491
All roads lead to Rome? Frechulf of Lisieux, Augustine and Orosius
Graeme Ward, vol. 22 (4): 492-505
Index of reviews for Volume 22
vol. 22 (4): 506-508

Volume 22 (2)

Constantius, St Germanus and fifth-century Britain
N.J. Higham, vol. 22 (2): 113-137
Law, ethnicity and taxes in Ostrogothic Italy: a case for continuity, adaptation and departure
Shane Bjornlie, vol. 22 (2): 138-170
The very personal history of Nithard: family and honour in the Carolingian world
Dana M. Polanichka, Alex Cilley, vol. 22 (2): 171-200
Flodoard, the will of St Remigius and the see of Reims in the tenth century
Edward Roberts, vol. 22 (2): 201-230
Die Admonitio generalis Karls des Großen. Edited by Hubert Mordek (†), Klaus Zechiel-Eckes (†) and Michael Glatthaar . MGH Fontes iuris Germanici antiqui in usum scholarum separatim editi (Fontes iuris) 16. Hanover: Hahn. 2012. viii + 276 pp. + 9 b/
David Ganz, vol. 22 (2): 231-233
Alcuini Eboracensis De fide Sanctae Trinitate et de incarnatione Christi. Questiones de Sancta Trinitate. Edited by Eric Knibs and E. Ann Matter . Corpus Chistianorum Continuatio Medievalis 249. Turnhout: Brepols. 2012. lxxvi + 180 pp. €145. ISBN 978
David Ganz, vol. 22 (2): 233-234
Begegnungen zwischen dem ostfränkisch-deutschen Reich und England (850–1100): Kontakte – Konstellationen – Funktionalisierungen – Wirkungen. By Andreas Bihrer. Mittelalter-Forschungen 39. Ostildern: Jan Thorbecke Verlag. 2012. 668 pp. € 82. ISBN 978 3 79
Rutger Kramer, vol. 22 (2): 234-237
Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture Volume X: The Western Midlands. By Richard Bryant. The British Academy: Oxford University Press. 2012. xii + 596 pp. ISBN 978 0 19 726515 4.
Joanne Kirton, vol. 22 (2): 237-239
Liturgy, Architecture, and Sacred Places in Anglo-Saxon England. By Helen Gittos. Medieval History and Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2013. xix + 350 pp. + 87 b/w figures. £65.00. ISBN 978 0 199270 90 3.
Richard Sowerby, vol. 22 (2): 239-241
The Huns, Rome and the Birth of Europe. By Hyun Jin Kim. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2013. pp. viii + 338. £60(hardback). ISBN 978 1 107 00906 6.
Mark Whittow, vol. 22 (2): 242-243
Early Medieval Art and Archaeology in the Northern World: Studies in Honour of James Graham-Campbell. Edited by Andrew Reynolds and Leslie Webster . The Northern World 58. Leiden: Brill. 2013. lii + 948 pp. €249. ISBN 978 90 04 23503 8.
Rory Naismith, vol. 22 (2): 244-246
Leaders of the Anglo-Saxon Church: From Bede to Stigand. Edited by Alexander R. Rumble . Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 12. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2012. xii + 204 pp. £ 55. ISBN 978 1 84383 700 8; ISSN 1478 6710.
Francesca Tinti, vol. 22 (2): 246-248

Volume 22 (1)

Negotiating episcopal support in the Merovingian kingdom of Reims (ad 561–75)
Gregory Halfond, vol. 22 (1): 1-25
Under the aegis of the saints. Hagiography and power in early Carolingian northern Italy
Giorgia Vocino, vol. 22 (1): 26-52
Kings, chieftains and public cult in pre-Christian Scandinavia
Lasse C. A. Sonne, vol. 22 (1): 53-68
The reconstruction of early medieval Spanish manuscript sources
Ainoa Castro Correa, vol. 22 (1): 69-87
The Christian Topography of Early Islamic Jerusalem: The Evidence of Willibald of Eichstätt (700–787 CE). By Rodney Aist. Explorations in Early and Medieval Theology 2. Turnhout: Brepols. 2009. xxiii + 343 pp. + 18 b/w figures. €70. ISBN 978 2 503 53013
John-Henry Clay, vol. 22 (1): 88-89
Corpus of Anglo-Saxon Stone Sculpture Volume IX: Cheshire and Lancashire. By Richard N. Bailey. The British Academy: Oxford University Press. 2010. xiii + 522 pp. ISBN 978 0 19 726462 1.
Joanne Kirton, vol. 22 (1): 90-92
Otto der Große, Kaiser und Reich: Eine Biographie. By Matthias Becher. C.H. Beck Verlag. 2012. 332 pp. incl. 20 b/w plates, 2 genealogical charts, and 5 maps. €24.95. ISBN 978 3 406 63061 3.
John W. Bernhardt, vol. 22 (1): 92-94
Une Chrétienté romaine sans pape. L'Espagne et Rome (586–1085). By Thomas Deswarte. Bibliothèque d'Histoire Médiévale 1. Paris: Éditions Classiques Garnier. 2010. 669 pp. €78. ISBN 978 2 8124 0106 0.
Ana Rodríguez, vol. 22 (1): 94-96
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