Early Medieval Europe

Early Medieval Europe provides an indispensable source of information and debate on the history of Europe from the later Roman Empire to the eleventh century. The journal is a thoroughly interdisciplinary forum, encouraging the discussion of archaeology, numismatics, palaeography, diplomatic, literature, onomastics, art history, linguistics and epigraphy, as well as more traditional historical approaches. It covers Europe in its entirety, including material on Iceland, Ireland, the British Isles, Scandinavia and Continental Europe (both west and east). Early Medieval Europe is unique in its chronological, methodological and geographical scope. Filling an important gap, it is indispensable reading for all students and scholars of the early medieval world.

Quarterly.

Publisher: 
Wiley-Blackwell
ISSN (print): 
0963-9462
ISSN (online): 
1468-0254

Latest articles

Volume 24 (3)

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vol. 24 (3): 265-265
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vol. 24 (3): 266-266
The ‘Justinianic Plague’: the economic consequences of the pandemic in the eastern Roman empire and its cultural and religious effects
Mischa Meier, vol. 24 (3): 267-292
Romans, barbarians, and Franks in the writings of Venantius Fortunatus
Erica Buchberger, vol. 24 (3): 293-307
Bands of brothers: a re-appraisal of the Viking Great Army and its implications for the Scandinavian colonization of England
Ben Raffield, vol. 24 (3): 308-337
The Lance of St Maurice as a component of the early Ottonian campaign against paganism
Karen Blough, vol. 24 (3): 338-361
Ireland in the Medieval World ad 400–1000: Landscape, Kingship and Religion. By Edel Bhreathnach. Dublin: Four Courts Press. 2014. 316 pp. €24.95 (paperback). ISBN 978 1 84682 342 8.
Elizabeth Boyle, vol. 24 (3): 362-366
The King's Body: Burial and Succession in Late Anglo-Saxon England. By Nicole Marafioti. Toronto: Toronto University Press. 2014. xviii + 297 pp. $45.50. ISBN 978 1 4426 4758 9.
David Rollason, vol. 24 (3): 377-379
Kingship, Legislation and Power in Anglo-Saxon England. Edited by Gale R. Owen-Crocker and Brian W. Schneider. Publications of the Manchester Centre for Anglo-Saxon Studies 13. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2013. £60. ISBN 978 1 84383 877 7.
John Hudson, vol. 24 (3): 383-385
Empires of Faith. The Fall of Rome to the Rise of Islam, 500–700. By Peter Sarris. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2011. xvi + 428 pp. £40 (hardback); £19.99 (paperback). ISBN 978 0 19 926126 0 (hardback); ISBN 978 0 19 967535 7 (paperback).
Mark Humphries, vol. 24 (3): 385-387
Epic Lives and Monasticism in the Middle Ages, 800–1050. By Anna Lisa Taylor. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press. 2013. xvii + 327 pp. £65. ISBN 9781107030503.
Edward Roberts, vol. 24 (3): 388-390

Volume 24 (2)

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vol. 24 (2): 131-131
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vol. 24 (2): 132-132
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vol. 24 (2): 133-133
Introduction Politics and texts in late Carolingian Europe, c.870–1000
Roberta Cimino, Edward Roberts, vol. 24 (2): 135-136
Knowledge of the past and the judgement of history in tenth-century Trier: Regino of Prüm and the lost manuscript of Bishop Adventius of Metz
Charles West, vol. 24 (2): 137-159
Flothilde's visions and Flodoard's histories: a tenth-century mutation?
Geoffrey Koziol, vol. 24 (2): 160-184
Narratives of success and narratives of failure: representations of the career of King Hugh of Italy (c.885–948)
Ross Balzaretti, vol. 24 (2): 185-208
Politics, prophecy and satire: Atto of Vercelli's Polipticum quod appellatur Perpendiculum
Giacomo Vignodelli, vol. 24 (2): 209-235
The Invention of Peter: Apostolic Discourse and Papal Authority in Late Antiquity. By George E. Demacopoulos. Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 2013. 262 pp. $69.95. ISBN 9780812245172.
Kristina Sessa, vol. 24 (2): 236-264