Early Medieval Europe 30 (2022), 4

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Early Medieval Europe 30 (2022), 4

Oxford 2022: Wiley-Blackwell
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Early Medieval Europe
United Kingdom
Co-ordinating Editor Dr. Antonio Sennis Department of History, Gower Street University College London London, WC1E 6BT Email: a.sennis@ucl.ac.uk Phone: +44 (0)161 275 3086 Email: <paul.j.fouracre@man.ac.uk>
Sophie-Margarete Schuster, Geschichtswissenschaften, Kulturwissenschaft, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin


Original Article
Matthias M. Tischler
Pages: 497-498

Special Issue Articles

Western Europe in the age of Abbot‐Bishop Oliba: persistence and transformation after the Carolingians
Patrick Geary
Pages: 499-513

Documentary culture in Catalonia and England, c.975–1050
Adam J. Kosto
Pages: 514-535

Open Access
Law‐books, concomitant texts and ethnically framed legal pluralism on the fringes of post‐Carolingian Europe: northern Italy and Catalonia around 1000
Stefan Esders
Pages: 536-557

From Rome to Ripoll, Rioja, and beyond: the Iberian transmission of the Latin Tiburtine Sibyl and Oliba of Ripoll and Vic’s Europe‐wide network of knowledge transfer and learning
Matthias M. Tischler
Pages: 558-576

The art of the biblical prologue in medieval Catalonia: visual connections and interpretation in the Ripoll Bibles
Erika Loic
Pages: 577-605

Faith and society on the border: reinterpreting the Roda d’Isàvena Passio Imaginis Domini in an Iberian context
Ekaterina Novokhatko
Pages: 606-629

Book reviews

Beyond the Reconquista. New directions in the History of Medieval Iberia (711–1085). Edited by Simon Barton† and Robert Portass. Leiden: Brill. 2020. xii + 289 pp. €99. ISBN 978 90 04 31513 6.
Álvaro Carvajal Castro
Pages: 630-633

Gerhard von Augsburg: Vita Sancti Uodalrici Die älteste Lebensbeschreibung des heiligen Ulrich. Lateinisch‐Deutsch mit Kanonisationsurkunde von 993. Edited and translated (into German) by Walter Berschin and Angelika Häse. Editiones Heidelbergenses 24. 2nd (revised) edition. Heidelberg: Winter Verlag. 2020. €46. ISBN 9783825346997.
Levi Roach
Pages: 633-635

The Cartulary‐Chronicle of St‐Pierre of Bèze. Edited by Constance Brittain Bouchard. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. 2019. 448 pp. $82.70. ISBN 9781487506155.
Steven Vanderputten
Pages: 635-637

Gaelic Influence in the Northumbrian Kingdom: The Golden Age and the Viking Age. By Fiona Edmonds. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer. 2019. xvii + 300 pp. + 4 b/w illustrations, 12 maps and 7 tables. ISBN 978 1 78327 336 2.
Clare Stancliffe
Pages: 637-640

Using and Not Using the Past after the Carolingian Empire c. 900–1050. Edited by Sarah Greer, Alice Hicklin and Stefan Esders. London and New York: Routledge. 2020. xi + 308 pp. $160 (hardback); $46.95 (paperback). ISBN 9780367002510 (hardback); ISBN 9780367002527 (paperback).
Laura Wangerin
Pages: 640-642

Viking‐Age Trade: Silver, Slaves and Gotland. Edited by Jacek Gruszczyński, Marek Jankowiak and Jonathan Shepard. London and New York: Routledge. 2021. xix + 498 pp. ISBN 978 1 1382 9394 6. Viking Silver, Hoards and Containers: The Archaeological and Historical Context of Viking‐Age Silver Coin Deposits in the Baltic c. 800–1050. By Jacek Gruszczyński. London and New York: Routledge. 2019. xviii + 381 pp. ISBN 978 0 8153 7336 0.
Rory Naismith
Pages: 642-645

The Year 1000: When Explorers Connected the World – and Globalization Began. By Valerie Hansen. [s.l.]: Viking. 320 pp. £20. ISBN 024135126X.
Søren Michael Sindbæk
Pages: 645-647

Minting, State, and Economy in the Visigothic Kingdom. From Settlement in Aquitaine through the First Decade of the Muslim Conquest of Spain. By Andrew Kurt. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. 2020. 421 pp. €129. ISBN 978 94 6298 164 5.
Céline Martin
Pages: 647-649

‘Procesos Judiciales en las sociedades medievales del norte peninsular (siglos IX–XI) /Judicial Processes in Early Medieval Societies in Northern Iberia (9th–11th Centuries)’. Database, PRJ Project, PRrocesos Judiciales en las sociedades medievales del norte peninsular, http://prj.csic.es/.
Simon Doubleday
Pages: 650-652

Hinkmar von Reims, De iure metropolitanorum. Studien und Edition. By Matthias Schrör. Libelli Rhenani 80. Cologne: Erzbischöfliche Dom‐ und Diözesanbibliothek. 2020. 162 pp.; 1 b/w and 7 colour figures. €18. ISBN 978 3 939160 88 5.
Andreas Öffner
Pages: 652-654

After Alfred: Anglo‐Saxon Chronicles and Chroniclers, 900–1150. By Pauline Stafford. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2020. xvii + 376 pp. £75. ISBN 978 0 19 885964 2.
Susan Irvine
Pages: 654-656

Attone di Vercelli, Polipticum quod appellatur Perpendiculum. Critical edition, translation, and commentary by Giacomo Vignodelli with a study of the author’s compositional technique by Luigi G.G. Ricci. Edizione nazionale dei testi mediolatini d’Italia 54. Florence: SISMEL – Edizione del Galluzzo. 2019. 2 volumes: I, vi + 338 pp.; II, 302 pp. €120. ISBN 978 88 8450 901 7.
Maureen C. Miller
Pages: 657-658

History, Scripture, and Authority in the Carolingian Empire: Frechulf of Lisieux. By Graeme Ward. British Academy Monographs. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2022. 276 pp. $90. ISBN 9780197267288.
Josh Timmermann
Pages: 658-661

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