Early Medieval Europe articles

Volume 21 (3)

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
Nithard, Histoire des fils de Louis le Pieux. Edited and translated by Philippe Lauer . Revised by Sophie Glansdorff. Les classiques de l'histoire au Moyen Âge 51. Paris: Les Belles Lettres. 2012. xlvi + 167 pp. €29. ISBN 978 2 251 34062 3; ISSN 0184 70
Courtney M. Booker, vol. 21 (2): 229-232
English Law Before Magna Charta: Felix Liebermann and Die Gesetze der Angelsachsen. Edited by Stefan Jurasinski , Lisi Oliver and Andrew Rabin . Leiden and Boston: Brill. 2010. xv + 329 pp. €121. ISBN 978 90 04 18756 6; ISSN 1873 8176.
Francesca Tinti, vol. 21 (2): 232-234
Settlement and Lordship in Viking and Early Medieval Scandinavia Edited by Bjørn Poulsen and Søren Michael Sindbæk . The Medieval Countryside 9. Turnhout: Brepols. 2011. xvii + 337 pp. €95. ISBN 978 2 503 53131 1.
Thomas Lindkvist, vol. 21 (2): 234-236
Ideology and Power in the Viking and Middle Ages. Scandinavia, Iceland, Ireland, Orkney and the Faeroes. Edited by Gro Steinsland , Jón Viðar Sigurðsson , Jan Erik Rekdal and Ian Beuermann . The Northern World 52. Leiden: Brill. 2011. 405 pp. €133.
Erin Michelle Goeres, vol. 21 (2): 236-237
Die Handschriften der Schule von Luxeuil: Kunst und Ikonographie eines frühmittelalterlichen Skriptoriums. By Babette Tewes . Wolfenbütteler Mittelalter-Studien 22. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 2011. 346 pp. (64 colour and 226 b/w illustrations). €98. ISBN
David Ganz, vol. 21 (2): 238-239
Wills and Will-Making in Anglo-Saxon England. By Linda Tollerton . Woodbridge and Rochester, NY: York Medieval Press in association with The Boydell Press. 2011. vi + 327 pp. £60. ISBN 978 1 903153 37 6.
Julie Mumby, vol. 21 (2): 239-241

Volume 21 (1)

The flight of Carthach (Mochuda) from Rahan to Lismore: lineage and identity in early medieval Ireland
Constant J. Mews, vol. 21 (1): 1-26
What did Louis the Pious see in the night sky? A new interpretation of the Astronomer's account of Halley's Comet, 837
Scott Ashley, vol. 21 (1): 27-49
Waltharius and Carolingian morality: satire and lay values
Rachel Stone, vol. 21 (1): 50-70
996 and all that: the Norman peasants' revolt reconsidered
Bernard Gowers, vol. 21 (1): 71-98
Rome en Angleterre. L'image de la Rome antique dans l'Angleterre anglo-saxonne, du VIIe siècle à 1066. By Yann Coz. Paris: Classiques Garnier. 2011. 520 pp. €59. ISBN 978 2 8124 0306 4.
Rory Naismith, vol. 21 (1): 99-101
Slavery in the Late Roman World, AD 275–425. By Kyle Harper. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. 2011. xiv + 611 pp. £85, $140. ISBN 9780521198615.
Alice Rio, vol. 21 (1): 101-102
The Art of Anglo-Saxon England. By Catherine E. Karkov. Boydell Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture. Woodbridge: Boydell. 2011. viii + 326 pp. 82 b/w figures + 12 colour plates. £45.
Nicholas A. Sparks, vol. 21 (1): 103-105
Economia e Mercato nel Mezzogiorno Longobardo (secc. VIII–IX). By Alessandro Di Muro. Società Salernitana di Storia Patria, Nuovi Quaderni Salernitani 1. Salerno: Laveglia & Carlone. 2009. 179 pp. €12. ISBN 978 88 88773 90 2.
Valerie Ramseyer, vol. 21 (1): 105-106
I Longobardi del Sud. Edited by Giuseppe Roma . Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider Editore. 2010. x + 491 pp. €140. ISBN 978 887689 252 3.
Thomas Granier, vol. 21 (1): 107-108
An Age of Saints? Power, Conflict and Dissent in Early Medieval Christianity. Edited by Peter Sarris, Matthew Dal Santo and Phil Booth. Brill's Series on the Early Middle Ages 20. Leiden: Brill. 2011. xv + 223 pp. €99.00. ISSN 1878 4879.
Edward M. Schoolman, vol. 21 (1): 108-111
Pagan Goddesses in the Early Germanic World: Eostre, Hreda and the Cult of Matrons. By Philip A. Shaw. Studies in Early Medieval History. London: Bristol Classical Press. 2011. 160 pp. ISBN 9780715637975.
J.W. Clay, vol. 21 (1): 111-112
Essays on the Early Irish King Tales. Edited by Dan M. Wiley . Dublin: Four Courts Press. 2008. pp. 224. €55. ISBN 9781846820458.
Alex Woolf, vol. 21 (1): 112-114

Volume 20 (4)

Review article: Power and politics in medieval history, c.850–c.1170
Björn Weiler, vol. 20 (4): 0-0
Editorial
Antonio Sennis, vol. 20 (4): 379-379
Patrons of Rome: the cult of Sts Peter and Paul at court and in the city in the fourth and fifth centuries
Alan Thacker, vol. 20 (4): 380-406
The scripts of the Prague Sacramentary, Prague Archivo O 83
Rosamond McKitterick, vol. 20 (4): 407-427
Forests, parks, palaces, and the power of place in early medieval kingship
David Rollason, vol. 20 (4): 428-429
The Merovingians from the French Revolution to the Third Republic
Edward James, vol. 20 (4): 450-471
Three Political Voices from the Age of Justinian. Agapetus, Advice to the Emperor; Dialogue on Political Science; Paul the Silentiary, Description of Hagia Sophia. Translated with notes and an Introduction by Peter N. Bell. Translated Texts for Histori
Tim Greenwood, vol. 20 (4): 472-474
Rome across Time and Space. Cultural Transmission and the Exchange of Ideas, c.500–1400. Edited by Claudia Bolgia , Rosamond McKitterick and John Osborne . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2011. 372 pp. + 39 b/w illus., 2 maps, 2 tables. ISBN 9
Caroline Goodson, vol. 20 (4): 474-476
Violence in Medieval Europe. By Warren C. Brown . The Medieval World. London: Longman/Pearson Education Limited. 2011. xv + 328 pp. £22.99. ISBN 978 1 4058 1164 4.
James E. Fraser, vol. 20 (4): 477-478
The Emergence of the Bohemian State. By Petr Charvát. Leiden and Boston: Brill. 2010. xviii + 239 pp. + 49 b/w figures + 8 colour figures. $154. ISBN 978 90 04 18009 3; ISSN 1872-8103.
Ivo Štefan, vol. 20 (4): 479-481
Rulers and Ruled in Frontier Catalonia, 880–1010: Pathways of Power. By Jonathan Jarrett . Woodbridge: A Royal Historical Society publication published by The Boydell Press. 2010. xii + 208 pp. ISBN 978 0 86193 309 9.
Cullen Chandler, vol. 20 (4): 481-483
Coptic Legal Documents. Law as Vernacular Text and Experience in Late Antique Egypt. Translated by Leslie MacCoull. Turnhout: Arizona State and Brepols Publishers. 2009. xxxiv + 214 pp. $ 103.95. ISBN 978 2 503 53380 3.
Petra Sijpesteijn, vol. 20 (4): 483-485