Carolingian Renewal: Sources and Heritage

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Manchester University Press, 1991 - Carolingians. - 343 pages
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A collection of eight lectures published over the past 20 years, in which Bullough (medieval history, U. of St. Andrews) looks at the ninth-century Carolingian court, focusing on the pan-European cultural elements. He combines his own close analysis of texts with the work of other scholars. Distributed in the U.S. by St. Martin's Press. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
  

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Contents

Roman books and Carolingian renovatio 1
29
Imagines regum and their significance in the early medieval
39
an alternative reading
97
the Carolingian Court before the Aachen
123
liturgy theology
161
Texts chant and the chapel of Louis the Pious
241
The continental background of the tenthcentury English
272
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