Early Medieval Europe, 300-1000

ISBN-10: 0230006736
ISBN-13: 9780230006737
Edition: 3rd 2010 (Revised)
Authors: Roger Collins
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List price: $42.99
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 8/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.672
Language: English

This third edition of a classic textbook history of early medieval Europe is fully updated, rebalanced and revised to take account of the latest scholarship. Collins provides even greater treatment of the period 500-1000 and expands the geographical coverage of the book. Maps also feature in this new edition.

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List of maps and genealogical tables
Chronology of main events, 238-1000
Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
Preface to the third edition
Introduction
Crisis and change in the Roman Empire, 235-305
Turbulent times, 235-85
The reforms of Diocletian, 285-305
The age of Constantine, 305-50
The emperor and his rivals, 305-12
Constantine and Christianity
Conflict and succession, 324-50
Protecting the Empire, 350-95
Frontier defence, 350-61
Julian the Reactionary, 361-3
Civil wars, 363-95
From the battle of Adrianople to the sack of Rome, 378-410
'The coming of the Hunus'
The Goths and the Empire, 376-95
Stilicho or Honorius? Alternative strategies, 395-410
A divided city: the Christian Church, 300-460
Conflicts in Church and state
Authority is given to Peter
Monasticism
The warlords
Gual or Africa? 410-54
The end of the Western Expire, 455-80
The fall of Rome?
The new kingdoms
Roman generals and barbarian kings
The Gothic kingdom in Italy
Clovis and the Franks
The twilight of the West, 518-68
Prelude in Constantinople and Rome
Justinian I and Africa, 527-33
The Italian reconquest, 535-53
Constantinople, Persia and the Arabs
Rome's eastern neighbours
Islam and the Arab conquests
Decadent and do-nothing kings, 511-711
The Gothic kingdom in Spain, c. 589-711
Gual and the Merovingians, c. 511-687
From Britain to the kingdoms of the Angles, 410-874
A 'dark age', 410-597
New Christian kingdoms, 598-685
The Mercian hegemony,633-874
The Lombards in Italy, c. 540-72
Conquering Italy, 540-72
Dukes and kings, 572-84
The kingdom of the Lombards, 584-712
The parting of East and West
An end to cultural unity
The role of Iconoclasm
Rome between Constantinople and Francia
Monks and missionaries
The growth of western monasticism
The Irish Church
Spreading the word
Francia revived, 714-68
Charles 'the Hammer' and the recovery of Francia, 714-41
Regaining the periphery: Pippin 'the Short', 741-68
Charlemagne, 768-814
The route to the imperial throne, 768-800
The meaning of Empire, 800-14
The Carolingian regime
The apparatus of government
The ideological programme
Chroniclers of a warlike society
'The dissension of kings', 814-911
Louis the Pious, 814-40
Kings and emperors in the West, 840-911
'The desolation of the pagans'
Raiders and traders
The Vikings and Francia
The Vikings and the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms
Conversion and expansion
The western frontiers of Christendom: Spain, 711-1037
The Christians of al-Andalus
The kingdoms of northern Spain, c. 718-910
The kingdoms of Le� and the county of Castille, 910-1037
The Empire revived, 875-1002
Italy, 875-961
Germany: the kingdom and the duchies, 911-62
The eastwards expansion of Europe
Emperor and pope
Abbreviations
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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