Early Medieval Europe

Early Medieval Europe provides an indispensable source of information and debate on the history of Europe from the later Roman Empire to the eleventh century. The journal is a thoroughly interdisciplinary forum, encouraging the discussion of archaeology, numismatics, palaeography, diplomatic, literature, onomastics, art history, linguistics and epigraphy, as well as more traditional historical approaches. It covers Europe in its entirety, including material on Iceland, Ireland, the British Isles, Scandinavia and Continental Europe (both west and east). Early Medieval Europe is unique in its chronological, methodological and geographical scope. Filling an important gap, it is indispensable reading for all students and scholars of the early medieval world.

Quarterly.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0963-9462
ISSN (online): 
1468-0254

Latest articles

Volume 25 (4)

Issue Information
vol. 25 (4): 415-416
Old English sǣte and the historical significance of ‘folk’ names
John Baker, vol. 25 (4): 417-442
Liturgy against apostasy: Marian commemoration and the Jews in Visigothic Iberia
Kati Ihnat, vol. 25 (4): 443-465
Early medieval slave-trading in the archaeological record: comparative methodologies
Janel M. Fontaine, vol. 25 (4): 466-488
Rewriting Merovingian history in the tenth century: Aimoin of Fleury's Gesta Francorum
Justin Lake, vol. 25 (4): 489-525
Trees in the Religions of Early Medieval England. By Michael D.J. Bintley. Anglo-Saxon Studies 26. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2015. x + 194 pp. £50. ISBN 978 1 84383 989 7.
David Rollason, vol. 25 (4): 528-531
Charlemagne's Practice of Empire. By Jennifer R. Davis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. xviii + 531 pp. £99.99. ISBN 978 1 10707699 0.
Rachel Stone, vol. 25 (4): 531-533
The Afterlife of the Roman City: Architecture and Ceremony in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. By Hendrik W. Dey. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2015. xiv + 291 pp.; 47 b/w figures + 8 colour plates. $99. ISBN 978 1 107 06918 3.
John Osborne, vol. 25 (4): 534-536
The Resources of the Past in Early Medieval Europe. Edited by Clemens Gantner, Rosamond McKitterick and Sven Meeder. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. 372 pp.; 5 b/w plates. £65. ISBN 9781107091719.
Warren Pezé, vol. 25 (4): 536-539
Prison, Punishment and Penance in Late Antiquity. By Julia Hillner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. xx + 422 pp. £75; $115. ISBN 9780521517515.
Rob Meens, vol. 25 (4): 539-541
Bede's Temple: An Image and its Interpretation. By Conor O'Brien. Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2015. xiv + 242 pp. + 3 b/w figures. £65. ISBN 9780198747086.
Peter Darby, vol. 25 (4): 541-544
Chlodwigs Welt: Organisation von Herrschaft um 500. Edited by Mischa Meier and Steffen Patzold. Roma Aeterna 3. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner. 2014. 622 pp.; 11 b/w plates; 7 tables. €89. ISBN 978 3 515 10853 9.
Jamie Kreiner, vol. 25 (4): 544-546
History, Frankish Identity and the Framing of Western Ethnicity, 550–850. By Helmut Reimitz. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2015. xiv + 513 pp. £89.99. ISBN 9781107032330.
A.H. Merrills, vol. 25 (4): 546-549
Index of reviews for Volume 25
vol. 25 (4): 552-554

Volume 25 (3)

Issue Information
vol. 25 (3): 249-250
Malaria and malaria-like disease in the early Middle Ages
Timothy P. Newfield, vol. 25 (3): 251-300
Hwaetberht, Sicgfrith and the reforming of Wearmouth and Jarrow
Conor O'Brien, vol. 25 (3): 301-319
In the words of the apostle: Pauline apostolic discourse in the letters of Boniface and his circle
Shannon Godlove, vol. 25 (3): 320-358
Between borders: Franks, Danes, and Abodrites in the trans-Elben world up to 827
Daniel Melleno, vol. 25 (3): 359-385
Representing Beasts in Early Medieval England and Scandinavia. Edited by Michael D.J. Bintley and Thomas J.T. Williams. Anglo-Saxon Studies 29. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2015. xii + 295pp. £60. ISBN 9781783270088.
Jennifer Farrell, vol. 25 (3): 388-391