6 edition of Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period found in the catalog.
January 28, 1999
by Boydell Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||498|
- Germanic rtribe. See more ideas about Merovingian, Germanic tribes and Viking jewelry pins. The Merovingians: 5th - 8th century AD: The Franks provide the dynasty which can be seen as the first royal house of France. From them, in origin one of the Germanic tribes, the word France dynasty itself is called Merovingian, from Merovech - a leader of the tribe in the mid-5th century of whom nothing is known but his name.
Saint Gregory of Tours (30 November c. – 17 November ) was a He wrote in a form of late Vulgar Latin; however, it has been argued that this was a deliberate ploy to ensure his works would reach a wide audience. He is the main contemporary source for Merovingian history. His most notable work was his Decem Libri Historiarum or Ten Books of Histories, better known as . THE FRANKS AND ROMAN GAUL. The intrusion of Frankish power into Roman Gaul presents us with a similar intellectual problem to that which has generated such different views of the Adventus broadly the same time as historical sources (in this case of slightly better quality) indicate that Frankish power was building up west of the River Rhine, a new burial .
Ian Wood (ed.), Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period: An Ethnographic Perspective (Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology), Boydell & Brewer Ltd, , ISBN Melchior Goldast, Rerum Alamannicarum scriptores . Before They Were Vikings: Scandinavia and the Franks up to the death of Louis the Pious. By. this period of raids and conflict that receives the lion’s share of their attention. Those who specialize in the history and archaeology of Scandinavia have gone so far as to labelFile Size: KB.
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The Franks were the most successful of all the barbarian peoples in establishing a kingdom in the aftermath of the collapse of the West Roman Empire; among their victims were their immediate neighbours, the Alamans, who were engulfed in the course of Frankish expansion.
This volume considers the Franks and Alamans from a series of perspectives, historical, archaeological. Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period: An Ethnographic Perspective (Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology) [Wood, Ian] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period: An Ethnographic Perspective (Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology)5/5(1). Franks and Alamanni: A Discontinuous Ethnogenesis: p. 9: Dwellings, Settlements and Settlement Patterns in Merovingian Southwest Germany and Adjacent Areas: p.
An Unresolved Riddle: Early Medieval Incest Legislation: p. Social Identities and Social Relationships in Early Merovingian Gaul: p. Social Structure and Relations: p. Get this from a library. Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian period: an ethnographic perspective.
[I N Wood; Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress.;] -- The Franks were the most successful of all the barbarian peoples to establish a kingdom in the aftermath of the collapse of the West Roman Empire. Among their victims were their immediate neighbours.
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The Franks (Latin: Franci or gens Francorum) were a group of Germanic peoples whose name was first mentioned in 3rd century Roman sources, and associated with tribes between the Lower Rhine and the Ems River, on the edge of the Roman Empire.
Later the term was associated with Romanized Germanic dynasties within the collapsing Western Roman Empire, who eventually. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Notes bibliogr. Index. Description: p.: ill., cartes ; 25 cm.
Contents: Franks and Alamanni - a discontinuous ethnogenesis, H.J. Hummer -Franks and Alamanni - a historical sketch, Frankish ethnogenesis, Alamanic ethnogenesis, discussion; dwellings, settlements and settlement patterns of the sixth.
This book shows how a set of great stories changed the political playing field in an early medieval society. Franks And Alamanni In The Merovingian Period Author: Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress.
All deal with the creation of new identities, cultures, norms and values, and their expression in new rituals and ideas from the period of the Great Migrations through the Later Roman Empire down to the society of Beowulf and the later Carolingians. Category: History Franks And Alamanni In The Merovingian Period.
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MEROVINGIAN GAUL AND THE FRANKS Sources: Gregory of Tours, Ten Books of Histories trans. Thorpe, Gregory of Tours: The History of the Franks () Fredegar, Chronicle trans. Wallace-Hadrill, The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar, with its Continuations () Collected sources, trans.
Murray, From Roman to Merovingian. "Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period" is another good one. Lewis Sergeant published in so I wouldn't call it recent scholarship. He's readable and interesting, and most of what he said is still considered historically accurate, but as with any work that old, some of his ideas no longer enjoy scholarly support.
The Alemanni (also known as the Alamanni and the Alamans, meaning "All Men" or "Men United") were a confederacy of Germanic-speaking people who occupied the regions south of the Main and east of the Rhine rivers in present-day Germany. Many historians claim that the Alemanni first enter the historical record in CE when Cassius Dio records the Author: Joshua J.
Mark. The Alamanni, Allemanni, or Alemanni were originally an alliance of Germanic tribes located around the upper Main river (Germany).One of the earliest references to them is the cognomen "Alamannicus" assumed by Caracalla, who ruled the Roman Empire from and claimed thereby to be their defeater.
[Johann Jacob Hofmann, "Lexicon Universale", Leiden. The Franks, more specifically the Frankish Merovingian Dynasty (c. AD s – ), brought stability and order to Gaul in the wake of the Roman collapse, eventually giving the land its modern name.
But the kings of the Merovingian Dynasty did more than rename Gaul; they gave it its cultural identity that persisted through the medieval period.
The most powerful Merovingian ruler in the sixth century was Theodoric’s son and successor Theudebert (r), who ruled in the northeastern part of the Merovingian kingdom. When the Roman Emperor Justinian sent an army from Constantinople to reconquer Italy from its Ostrogoth rulers, Theudebert seized the opportunity to prove himself.
Gregory of Tours (): History of the Franks. PREFACE. HERE BEGINS GREGORY'S FIRST PREFACE. With liberal culture on the wane, or rather perishing in the Gallic cities there were many deeds being done both good and evil: the heathen were raging fiercely; kings were growing more cruel; the church.
attacked by heretics, was defended by Catholics; while the. The Franks (Latin: Franci or gens Francorum) are historically first known as a group of Germanic tribes that roamed the land between the Lower and Middle Rhine in the 3rd century AD, and second as the people of Gaul who merged with the Gallo-Roman populations during succeeding centuries, passing on their name to modern-day France and becoming part of the heritage of.
Clovis I, king of the Franks and ruler of much of Gaul from toa key period during the transformation of the Roman Empire into Europe. His dynasty, the Merovingian, survived more than years. While he was not the first Frankish king, he was the kingdom’s political and religious founder.
- Explore gageparaschos's board "Frankish" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Early middle ages, Merovingian, Carolingian pins. Childeric I (c. – c.
) was the Merovingian king of the Salian Franks from until his death, and the father of Clovis. He succeeded his father Merovech as king, traditionally in or With his Frankish warband he was established with his capital at Tournai, on lands which he had received as a foederatus of the Romans, and for.However, the violent streak of the raiding Franks was carried on into the reign of the Merovingian, especially in the period after the death of Clovis this violence reached an all time high.
The tribal leaders started to merge into kings and this based on .Franks and Alamanni in the Merovingian Period: An Ethnographic Perspective (Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology) Ian Wood.