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List of abbreviations Preface Introduction: Constructing Merovingian History The Barbarians in Gaul Literary continuity anddiscontinuity: Late-fifth-and-sixth-century culture The establishment of Merovingian power: the Franks before Kings and kingdoms: the structure of the realm in the 6th century The limites of ecclesiastical power: Episocopal jurisdiction and politics Stability in disunity: the civil wars of the 6th century Laws and law-codes: Merovingian legislation Royal women: Fredegund, Table of Contents provided by Publisher.
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The Theodosian Code. People and Places in Northern Europe The Christianization of Scandinavia. Roman barbarians in the Burgundian province Wood, Ian N. Latin Wood, Ian N. Why collect letters? La culture religieuse du monde franc au temps de Colomban Wood, Ian N. Merovingian monasticism and England Wood, Ian N. Reform and the Merovingian church Wood, Ian N.
What Is a Mission? Columbanu's journeys Wood, Ian N. Ehrenrettung einer Epoche Wood, Ian N. Who are the Philistines? The political structure of the Burgundian kingdom Wood, Ian N. Between Rome and Jarrour.
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Beyond satraps and ostriches: political and social structures of the Saxons in the early Carolingian period Wood, Ian N. Ruthwell: contextual searches Wood, Ian N. Deconstructing the merovingian family Wood, Ian N. An absence of saints? Constructing cults in early medieval France: local saints and churches in Burgundy and the Auvergne Wood, Ian N. Topographies of holy power in sixth-century Gaul Wood, Ian N.
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