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Barbarians Maps And Historiograph

Author : WALTER. GOFFART
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To complement his first collection of articles (Rome's Fall and After, 1989), Walter Goffart presents here a further set of essays, all but two published between 1988 and 2007. They mainly focus on two types of historiography: early medieval narratives, with special attention to Bede's Historia ecclesiastica; and printed maps designed to portray and teach history, with special attention to the ubiquitous 'map of the barbarian invasions'. The wide-ranging concerns represented extend from the underside of the Life of St Severinus of Noricum, and further evidence for dating Beowulf, to the questions whether the barbarian invasions period was a 'heroic age' and how Charlemagne shaped his own succession. Attention is also paid to the earliest map illustrating the Anglo-Saxon Heptarchy and to the historical vignettes of the Vatican Galleria delle carte geografiche. The collection opens with the appraisal of certain writings dealing with what is now called 'ethnogenesis theory'. To conclude, Professor Goffart adds brief second thoughts about each of these essays and supplies an annotated list of his articles that have not been reprinted.

Rewriting History

Author : Dennis Harding
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In Re-writing History, Dennis Harding addresses contemporary concerns about information and its interpretation. His focus is on the archaeology of prehistoric and early historic Britain, and the transformation over two centuries and more in the interpretation of the archaeological heritage by changes in the prevailing political, social, and intellectual climate. Far from being topics of concern only to academics, the way in which seemingly innocuous issues such as cultural diffusion or social reconstruction in the remote past are studied and presented reflects important shifts in contemporary thinking that challenge long-accepted conventions of free speech and debate. Some issues are highly controversial, such as the proposals for the Stonehenge World Heritage sites. Others challenge long-held popular myths like the deconstruction of the Celts, and by extension the Picts. Some traditional tenets of scholarship have yet remained unchallenged, such as the classical definition of civilization itself. Why should it matter? Are the shifting attitudes of successive generations not symptomatic of healthy and vibrant debate? Are there grounds for believing that current changes are of a more disquieting character, denying the basic assumptions of rational argument and freedom of enquiry that have been the foundation of western scholarship since the Enlightenment? Re-writing History offers Harding's personal evaluation of these issues, which will resonate not only with practitioners and academics of archaeology, but across a wide range of disciplines facing similar concerns.

Term Paper Resource Guide To Medieval History

Author : Jean S. Hamm
ISBN : 9780313359675
Genre : History
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Help students get the most out of studying medieval history with this comprehensive and practical research guide to topics and resources. * Covers 100 significant events across four continents, between 410 C.E. and 1485 C.E. * Offers an easy-to-use chronological organization that facilitates research and saves time for students, faculty, and librarians * Includes an annotated bibliography of primary source materials for each topic

History And Nature In The Enlightenment

Author : Nathaniel Wolloch
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The mastery of nature was viewed by eighteenth-century historians as an important measure of the progress of civilization. Modern scholarship has hitherto taken insufficient notice of this important idea. This book discusses the topic in connection with the mainstream religious, political, and philosophical elements of Enlightenment culture. It considers works by Edward Gibbon, Voltaire, Herder, Vico, Raynal, Hume, Adam Smith, William Robertson, and a wide range of lesser- and better-known figures. It also discusses many classical, medieval, and early modern sources which influenced Enlightenment historiography, as well as eighteenth-century attitudes toward nature in general.

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A Cumulative Bibliography Of Medieval Military History And Technology

Author : Kelly DeVries
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This first update to the Cumulative Bibliography of Medieval Military History and Technology (Brill, 2002) includes additional entries for the period before 2000 and new entries for the period 2000-2002.

Approaches To Early Medieval Art

Author : Lawrence Nees
ISBN : UOM:39015048828415
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Contains seven contributions rejecting essentialist constructions in traditional art-historical analysis. Topics include iconoclasm and identity in early-medieval art, magic and money in the early Middle Ages, and the construction of sanctity in early medieval saints' shrines. First published as a special issue of Speculum: A Journal of Medieval Studies (October 1997). Includes bandw maps, illustrations. Lacks an index. Distributed by the U. Press of Kansas. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Catalogue Of Books In Foreign Languages In The Library Of The Historiographical Institute Shiry? Hensanjo University Of Tokyo

Author : 東京大學. 史料編纂所
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Warfare In The Dark Ages

Author : John France
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The period considered the Dark Age includes some exceptionally spectacular military events. The fall of the Western Roman Empire is one of the great historical mysteries whose military aspects are considered in this volume. The rise of the Carolingian Empire was a tremendous event about which historians have disagreed, while its eventual collapse left a vacuum in the heart of Europe. Into this flowed new forces - the Vikings from outside and the great lords from within. The articles in this volume explore the way in which military developments helped to sculpt, out of very strange and diverse components, our familiar Europe.

The Historians Of Late Antiquity

Author : David Rohrbacher
ISBN : 9781134628858
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The fourth and fifth centuries AD were an era of religious conflict, political change and military conflict. The responses of contemporary historians to these turbulent times reflect their diverse backgrounds - Christian and pagan, writing in both Greek and Latin, documenting church and state. This volume is the first to offer an accessible survey of the lives and works of these varied figures. The first half of the book explores the structure, style, purpose and nature of their writings. The second half compares and contrasts the information the historians provide, and the views they express on some central topics. These range from historiography, government and religion to barbarian invasions, and the controversial emperors Julian 'The Apostate' and Theodosius.

Rome S Fall And After

Author : Walter Goffart
ISBN : 1852850019
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This collection of articles displays Walter Goffart's ability both to illuminate the great events that reshaped Europe after the fall of Rome and to uncover new and significant details in texts ranging from tax records to tribal genealogies. Professor Goffart is especially concerned with the role of 'barbarian' neighbours who, he argues, weighed far less on the destiny of the Roman West than did Constantinople.

A History Of Historical Writing From The Earliest Times To The End Of The Seventeenth Century

Author : James Westfall Thompson
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Rome S Fall And After

Author : Walter A. Goffart
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040812740
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Introduction To The History Of Science

Author : George Sarton
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Recent Trends In Japanese Historiography

Author : Rekishigaku Nihon Kokunai Iinkai. Tokyo
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Adult Catalog Subjects

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Senior High School Library Catalog

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The Barbarian North In Medieval Imagination

Author : Robert Rix
ISBN : 9781317589693
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This book examines the sustained interest in legends of the pagan and peripheral North, tracing and analyzing the use of an ‘out-of-Scandinavia’ legend (Scandinavia as an ancestral homeland) in a wide range of medieval texts from all over Europe, with a focus on the Anglo-Saxon tradition. The pagan North was an imaginative region, which attracted a number of conflicting interpretations. To Christian Europe, the pagan North was an abject Other, but it also symbolized a place from which ancestral strength and energy derived. Rix maps how these discourses informed ‘national’ legends of ancestral origins, showing how an ‘out-of-Scandinavia’ legend can be found in works by several familiar writers including Jordanes, Bede, ‘Fredegar’, Paul the Deacon, Freculph, and Æthelweard. The book investigates how legends of northern warriors were first created in classical texts and since re-calibrated to fit different medieval understandings of identity and ethnicity. Among other things, the ‘out-of-Scandinavia’ tale was exploited to promote a legacy of ‘barbarian’ vigor that could withstand the negative cultural effects of Roman civilization. This volume employs a variety of perspectives cutting across the disciplines of poetry, history, rhetoric, linguistics, and archaeology. After years of intense critical interest in medieval attitudes towards the classical world, Africa, and the East, this first book-length study of ‘the North’ will inspire new debates and repositionings in medieval studies.

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

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