Franks, Moravians, and Magyars: The Struggle for the Middle Danube, 788-907
Franks, Moravians, and Magyars The Struggle for the Middle Danube, 788-907 Charles R. Bowlus Assembles evidence from Frankish, Moravian, and Byzantine documents; from archaeological finds; and details of the terrain to buttress the view that the center of the Slavic Moravian empire was in what is now Serbia, much farther southeast than is usually thought. This interpretation explains how the Franks managed otherwise inexplicable military successes against the Moravians. Charles R. Bowlus is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Arkansas, Little Rock. The Middle Ages Series 1995 384 pages 6 1/8 x 9 1/4 12 illus. World Rights History
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Alfold Alps Annales Bertiniani Annales Fuldenses annalist Arbo archbishop Aribonen army Arnulf Avar Bavarian bishops Boba Bohemian Brazlavo Brenner Bulgars campaign Carantania Carloman Carolingian central Danubian basin Charlemagne charter circa command confinii Conversio count Danube document Dopsch Drava duke East Frankish ecclesiastical Engelschalk Engildeo Enns evidence ex stirpe Karolinorum expedition forces Franconian Franks Freising Friuli frontier G. H. Pertz Germaniae ex stirpe Goteram Gramans Heimo Hungarians Ibid invaded invasion Karolingische Markgrafen kilometers king Kocel Lake Balaton Liudewit's Liutpold Liutpoldinger located lordship Louis the German Lower Austria Lower Pannonia Magyars marcher margrave Mattighofen Methodius MGH DD military Mitterauer Moimir Moravian Moravian territory ninth century Otachar passage prefect Pribina Ptuj Raba Rastislav Ratpot realm Regensburg region regum Germaniae ex river Roman route royal ruler Ruodpert Salzburg Saxons Sirmium Slavic Slavs sources southeast southeastern marches southern Moravia Szombathely Tassilo Traungau Valley Vienna Werner Wilhelm Wilhelminer Witagowo Wolfram Zwentibald