Early Medieval Europe 28 (2020), 1

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Early Medieval Europe 28 (2020), 1.
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Hrsg. v.
Antonio Sennis, Paul Dutton, Sarah Hamilton, Simon MacLean, Joanna Story, Ian Wood and Dawn Hadley
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1
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Oxford 2020: Wiley-Blackwell
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Jahrespreis: Institutionen: £258,00 / Einzelpersonen €74,00 / Studierende €44,00
Herausgeber d. Zeitschrift
Antonio Sennis, Paul Dutton, Sarah Hamilton, Simon MacLean, Joanna Story, Ian Wood and Dawn Hadley
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quarterly
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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>

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).

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Issue Information
Pages: 1–2 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Original Articles

Paying attention to dreams in early medieval normative sources (400–900): countering non‐Christian practices or negotiating Christian dreaming?
Jesse Keskiaho
Pages: 3–25 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Economic incentives for the Frankish conquest of Saxony
Christopher Landon
Pages: 26–56 / First Published: 15 January 2020

The Life of Constantine, the Life of Methodius and the history of the Slavs in the ninth century: a reassessment
Thomas Lienhard
Pages: 57–78 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Pro tutela regni: revisiting a royal diploma from 918 on the birth of Normandy and the first ‘ducal’ laws
Gilduin Davy
Pages: 79–103 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Henry II, liturgical patronage and the birth of the ‘Romano‐German Pontifical’
Henry Parkes
Pages: 104–141 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Book reviews

Sylloge of Coins of the British Isles, 69. The Abramson Collection. Coins of Early Anglo‐Saxon England and the North Sea Area. By Tony Abramson. London: Spink and Son Limited. 2018. vii + 279 pages + 48 b/w plates. £50. ISBN 978 I 907427 85 5.
Anna Gannon
Pages: 142–144 / First Published: 15 January 2020

The Making and Meaning of the Liber Floridus. A Study of the Original Manuscript, Ghent, University Library, MS 92. By Albert Derolez. Studies in Medieval and Early Renaissance Art History 76. Turnhout: Harvey Miller Publishers. 2015. iv + 355 pp., 22 b/w ill. + 98 colour ill., 148 b/w line art. €125. ISBN 978 1 909400 22 1.
Anna Dorofeeva
Pages: 144–146 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Penser la paysannerie médiévale, un defi impossible? Recueil d’études offert à Jean‐Pierre Devroey. Edited by Alain Dierkens, Nicolas Schroeder and Alexis Wilkin. Paris: Éditions de la Sorbonne. 2017. 419 pp. €32. ISBN 979 10 351 0017 9.
Rory Naismith
Pages: 146–148 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Understanding Medieval Liturgy: Essays in Interpretation. Edited by Helen Gittos and Sarah Hamilton. Farnham: Ashgate. 2016. xvi + 332 pp. £83.99 (hardback); £36.99 (paperback); £21 (ebook). ISBN 9781409451501.
Arthur Westwell
Pages: 149–151 / First Published: 15 January 2020

The Irish Scholarly Presence at St. Gall: Networks of Knowledge in the Early Middle Ages. By Sven Meeder. Studies in Early Medieval History. London: Bloomsbury. 2018. x + 187 pp. incl. 6 b/w ill. £91.80 (hardback); £50.49 (eBook). ISBN 9781350038677.
Pádraic Moran
Pages: 151–154 / First Published: 15 January 2020

The Splendour of Power. Early Medieval Kingship and the Use of Gold and Silver in the Southern North Sea Area (5th to 7th Century ad). By Johan A.W. Nicolay. Groningen Archaeological Studies 28. Groningen, Barkhuis Publishing and University of Groningen Library. 2014. xiii + 418 pp. €98.10. ISBN 9789491431476.
Ian Wood
Pages: 154–157 / First Published: 15 January 2020

The Emergence of the English. By Susan Oosthuizen. York: Arc Humanities Press. 2019. viii + 140 pp. £16.95. ISBN 9 781641 89127 1.
Alex Woolf
Pages: 157–160 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Christianization and Commonwealth in Early Medieval Europe. A ritual interpretation. By Nathan J. Ristuccia. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2018. 260 pp. £70. ISBN 9780198810209.
Lenneke van Raaij
Pages: 160–162 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Early Medieval Ireland 431–1169. By Matthew Stout. Dublin: Wordwell. 2017. xiii + 329 pp. €35. ISBN 978 1 99979 090 5.Medieval Ireland. By Clare Downham. Cambridge Medieval Textbooks. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018. 394 pp. $29.99 (paperback); $99.99 (hardback); $24 (ebook). ISBN 978 1 107 65156 4.The Cambridge History of Ireland. Volume I: 600–1550. Edited by Brendan Smith. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 2018. xxxv + 648 pp. $130 (hardback); $32 (ebook). ISBN 978 1 107 11067 0.
Patrick Wadden
Pages: 162–169 / First Published: 15 January 2020

Being Christian in Vandal Africa: The Politics of Orthodoxy in the Post‐Imperial West. By Robin Whelan. Transformation of the Classical Heritage 59. Oakland, California: University of California Press. 2018. 301 pp. $95. ISBN 0 520 29595 7.
Jakob Riemenschneider
Pages: 170–172 / First Published: 15 January 2020

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Early Medieval Europe 28 (2020), 1. in: H-Soz-Kult, 30.01.2020, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-12217>.
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