2 edition of England and the continent found in the catalog.
England and the continent
|Statement||by Carlo Scarfoglio.|
|LC Classifications||DA40 .S42 1939|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 338 p.|
|Number of Pages||338|
|LC Control Number||39025939|
Early Germanic Kingship in England and on the Continent: The Ford lectures delivered in the University of Oxford in Hilary Term , by Hadrill-Wallace, J.M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: Church history: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Levison, Wilhelm, England and the Continent in the eighth century.
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Dedicated as a memorial to the great historian of England and the Continent in the eighth century, Wilhelm Levison, this book provides the widest and most in-depth exploration to date of relations between England and the Continent during an equally crucial period, the tenth century.
This volume explores some aspects of the relations between Anglo-Saxon England ( to ) and the Continent. They worked both ways. Continental scholars and texts came to England: among the former were Abbo of Fleury and some of King Alfred’s learned helpers; among the latter were the Beowulf story, Genesis B, and a number of medical texts.
Abstract: Dedicated as a memorial to the great historian of England and the Continent in the eighth century, Wilhelm Levison, this book provides the widest and most in-depth exploration to date of relations between England and the Continent during an equally crucial period, the tenth century.
The central chapters describe the developing social structure of peasants, townsmen and professional people, knights, clergy and lay magnates. The book finally sees the politics of the century in terms of royal ambitions to dominate Britain and to play a leading role in by: In this book (the result of a lecture series delivered at Oxford) the topic is germanic kingship: our understanding of it and it's evolution.
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