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In 300 C.E. the Roman Empire stretched from Britain to Mesopotamia, from the North Sea to the Sahara Desert. A mere three hundred years later the Roman imperial structure was gone, replaced by a series of barbarian kingdoms that became the basis of Europe´s eventual medieval and modern states. In this anthology Thomas F.X. Noble presents a collection of key articles, written by leading scholars over the last twenty years, that examine how and why the dominance of the Roman Empire ended and how new forms of government and society were established. Since the Renaissance, historians have tended to understand the events of the period in terms of a dramatic ´´decline and fall´´ of Rome. However, these revisionist essays provide an overview of how contemporary historians have furthered the debate, reassessing how abruptly the shift from Roman Empire to barbarian Europe occurred, and the origins and causes of the development of the Middle Ages and the new order. Rome played a key role in guiding this transformation and these essays also include a wealth of material on the characteristics and experiences of the barbarian tribes, the relationships they forged with the Romans and how far their new kingdoms were influenced by Rome. With an accessible and informative introduction, and thorough editorial material accompanying each section,´´ From Roman Provinces to´´ ´´Medieval Kingdoms ´´is highly readable and informative compilation of current work and recent perspectives, making complex debates accessible to students and exposing them to the key debates surrounding the study of the era. This is a prestigious collection of revisionist thinking on the key question of ´how did the middle ages begin?´. Including a wealth of material on the origins of the Barbarian people and their tribes, and a clear introduction to each section, this is an invaluable student reference. Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Routledge Chapman Hall

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This is a prestigious collection of revisionist thinking on the key question of 'how did the middle ages begin?'. Including a wealth of material on the origins of the Barbarian people and their tribes, and a clear introduction to each section, this is an invaluable student reference. In 300 C.E. the Roman Empire stretched from Britain to Mesopotamia, from the North Sea to the Sahara Desert. A mere three hundred years later the Roman imperial structure was gone, replaced by a series of barbarian kingdoms that became the basis of Europe's eventual medieval and modern states. In this anthology Thomas F.X. Noble presents a collection of key articles, written by leading scholars over the last twenty years, that examine how and why the dominance of the Roman Empire ended and how new forms of government and society were established. Since the Renaissance, historians have tended to understand the events of the period in terms of a dramatic "decline and fall" of Rome. However, these revisionist essays provide an overview of how contemporary historians have furthered the debate, reassessing how abruptly the shift from Roman Empire to barbarian Europe occurred, and the origins and causes of the development of the Middle Ages and the new order. Rome played a key role in guiding this transformation and these essays also include a wealth of material on the characteristics and experiences of the barbarian tribes, the relationships they forged with the Romans and how far their new kingdoms were influenced by Rome. With an accessible and informative introduction, and thorough editorial material accompanying each section," From Roman Provinces to" "Medieval Kingdoms "is highly readable and informative compilation of current work and recent perspectives, making complex debates accessible to students and exposing them to the key debates surrounding the study of the era. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-415-32742-8, Routledge Chapman Hall

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[EAN: 9780415327428], [PU: Routledge], History|Ancient|Rome, History|Medieval, This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: INTRODUCTIONROMANS, BARBARIANS, AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE Thomas F. X. Noble Part I: Barbarian Ethnicity and Identity Chapter 1, THE CRISIS OF EUROPEAN IDENTITY. Patrick J. Geary Chapter 2, GOTHIC HISTORY AS HISTORICAL ETHNOGRAPHY Herwig Wolfram Chapter 3, ORIGO ET RELIGIO: ETHNIC TRADITIONS AND LITERATURE IN EARLY MEDIEVAL TEXTS. Herwig Wolfram Chapter 4, DOES THE DISTANT PAST IMPINGE ON THE INVASION AGE GERMANS? Walter Goffart Chapter 5, DEFINING THE FRANKS: FRANKISH ORIGINS IN EARLY MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHY Ian Wood Chapter 6, TELLING THE DIFFERENCE: SIGNS OF ETHNIC IDENTITY Walter Pohl Chapter 7, GENDER AND ETHNICITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES Walter Pohl Chapter 8, ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND MIGRATIONS Heinrich Harke Part II: Accommodating the Barbarians Chapter 9, MOVERS AND SHAKERS: THE BARBARIANS AND THE FALL OF ROME. Guy Halsall Chapter 10, THE BARBARIANS IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND HOW THEY WERE ACCOMMODATEDIN THE WEST Walter Goffart Chapter 11, FOEDERA AND FOEDERATI IN THE FOURTH CENTURY Peter J. Heather Chapter 12, CITIES, TAXES AND THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE BARBARIANS Wolf Liebeschatz Part III: Barbarian and Roman in the Merovingian Kingdom in Gaul Chapter 13, GRAVE GOODS AND THE RITUAL EXPRESSION OF IDENTITY Bonnie Effross Chapter 14, THE TWO FACES OF CHILDERIC: HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORIOGRAPHY Styphane Lebecq Chapter 15, FRANKISH VICTORY CELEBRATIONS Michael McCormick Chapter 16, ADMINISTRATION, LAW, AND CULTURE IN MEROVINGIAN GAUL Ian Wood Chapter 17, PAX ET DISCIPLINA: ROMAN PUBLIC LAW AND THE MEROVINGIAN STATE Alexander Callender Murray

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[EAN: 9780415327428], Neubuch, [PU: Routledge], History|Ancient|Rome, History|Medieval, Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: INTRODUCTIONROMANS, BARBARIANS, AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE Thomas F. X. Noble Part I: Barbarian Ethnicity and Identity Chapter 1, THE CRISIS OF EUROPEAN IDENTITY. Patrick J. Geary Chapter 2, GOTHIC HISTORY AS HISTORICAL ETHNOGRAPHY Herwig Wolfram Chapter 3, ORIGO ET RELIGIO: ETHNIC TRADITIONS AND LITERATURE IN EARLY MEDIEVAL TEXTS. Herwig Wolfram Chapter 4, DOES THE DISTANT PAST IMPINGE ON THE INVASION AGE GERMANS? Walter Goffart Chapter 5, DEFINING THE FRANKS: FRANKISH ORIGINS IN EARLY MEDIEVAL HISTORIOGRAPHY Ian Wood Chapter 6, TELLING THE DIFFERENCE: SIGNS OF ETHNIC IDENTITY Walter Pohl Chapter 7, GENDER AND ETHNICITY IN THE EARLY MIDDLE AGES Walter Pohl Chapter 8, ARCHAEOLOGISTS AND MIGRATIONS Heinrich Harke Part II: Accommodating the Barbarians Chapter 9, MOVERS AND SHAKERS: THE BARBARIANS AND THE FALL OF ROME. Guy Halsall Chapter 10, THE BARBARIANS IN LATE ANTIQUITY AND HOW THEY WERE ACCOMMODATEDIN THE WEST Walter Goffart Chapter 11, FOEDERA AND FOEDERATI IN THE FOURTH CENTURY Peter J. Heather Chapter 12, CITIES, TAXES AND THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE BARBARIANS Wolf Liebeschatz Part III: Barbarian and Roman in the Merovingian Kingdom in Gaul Chapter 13, GRAVE GOODS AND THE RITUAL EXPRESSION OF IDENTITY Bonnie Effross Chapter 14, THE TWO FACES OF CHILDERIC: HISTORY, ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORIOGRAPHY Styphane Lebecq Chapter 15, FRANKISH VICTORY CELEBRATIONS Michael McCormick Chapter 16, ADMINISTRATION, LAW, AND CULTURE IN MEROVINGIAN GAUL Ian Wood Chapter 17, PAX ET DISCIPLINA: ROMAN PUBLIC LAW AND THE MEROVINGIAN STATE Alexander Callender Murray

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In 300 C.E. the Roman Empire stretched from Britain to Mesopotamia, from the North Sea to the Sahara Desert. A mere three hundred years later the Roman imperial structure was gone, replaced by a series of barbarian kingdoms that became the basis of Europe's eventual medieval and modern states. In this anthology Thomas F.X. Noble presents a collection of key articles, written by leading scholars over the last twenty years, that examine how and why the dominance of the Roman Empire ended and how new forms of government and society were established. Since the Renaissance, historians have tended to understand the events of the period in terms of a dramatic "decline and fall" of Rome. However, these revisionist essays provide an overview of how contemporary historians have furthered the debate, reassessing how abruptly the shift from Roman Empire to barbarian Europe occurred, and the origins and causes of the development of the Middle Ages and the new order. Rome played a key role in guiding this transformation and these essays also include a wealth of material on the characteristics and experiences of the barbarian tribes, the relationships they forged with the Romans and how far their new kingdoms were influenced by Rome. With an accessible and informative introduction, and thorough editorial material accompanying each section, " From Roman Provinces to" "Medieval Kingdoms "is highly readable and informative compilation of current work and recent perspectives, making complex debates accessible to students and exposing them to the key debates surrounding the study of the era. From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms Noble, Thomas F. X., Routledge

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From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms
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Thomas F.X. Noble Noble, Thomas F.X.

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From Roman Provinces to Medieval Kingdoms

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9780415327428

In 300 C.E. the Roman Empire stretched from Britain to Mesopotamia, from the North Sea to the Sahara Desert. A mere three hundred years later the Roman imperial structure was gone, replaced by a series of barbarian kingdoms that became the basis of Europe's eventual medieval and modern states. In this anthology Thomas F.X. Noble presents a collection of key articles, written by leading scholars over the last twenty years, that examine how and why the dominance of the Roman Empire ended and how new forms of government and society were established. Since the Renaissance, historians have tended to understand the events of the period in terms of a dramatic "decline and fall" of Rome. However, these revisionist essays provide an overview of how contemporary historians have furthered the debate, reassessing how abruptly the shift from Roman Empire to barbarian Europe occurred, and the origins and causes of the development of the Middle Ages and the new order. Rome played a key role in guiding this transformation and these essays also include a wealth of material on the characteristics and experiences of the barbarian tribes, the relationships they forged with the Romans and how far their new kingdoms were influenced by Rome. With an accessible and informative introduction, and thorough editorial material accompanying each section," From Roman Provinces to" "Medieval Kingdoms "is highly readable and informative compilation of current work and recent perspectives, making complex debates accessible to students and exposing them to the key debates surrounding the study of the era.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415327428
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415327423
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2006
Herausgeber: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
402 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,653 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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