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 25 (1)

Issue Information
vol. 25 (1): 1-2
Issue Information - Title Page
vol. 25 (1): 3-4
Acknowledgements
vol. 25 (1): 5-5
Introduction Carolingian cultures of dialogue, debate and disputation
Mayke Jong, Irene Renswoude, vol. 25 (1): 6-18
Surrogate Fathers: imaginary dialogue and patristic culture in late antiquity
Robin Whelan, vol. 25 (1): 19-37
The art of disputation: dialogue, dialectic and debate around 800
Irene Renswoude, vol. 25 (1): 38-53
Order in the church: understanding councils and performing ordines in the Carolingian world
Rutger Kramer, vol. 25 (1): 54-69
I, Claudius. Self-styling in early medieval debate
Janneke Raaijmakers, vol. 25 (1): 70-84
Doctrinal debate and social control in the Carolingian age: the predestination controversy (840s–60s)
Warren Pezé, vol. 25 (1): 85-101
For God, king and country: the personal and the public in the Epitaphium Arsenii
Mayke Jong, vol. 25 (1): 102-113
Theoderic and the Roman Imperial Restoration. By Jonathan J. Arnold. New York: Cambridge University Press. 2014. xii + 330 pp. £60, $95. ISBN: 978 1 107 05440 0.
Sean D.W. Lafferty, vol. 25 (1): 114-117
The Divine Office in Anglo-Saxon England, 597–c.1000. By Jesse D. Billett. Henry Bradshaw Society Subsidia 7. London: Henry Bradshaw Society. 2014. xxii + 463 pp.; 2 b/w plates. £60. ISBN 978 1 90749 728 5.
Henry Parkes, vol. 25 (1): 117-119
The Favor of Friends: Intercession and Aristocratic Politics in Carolingian and Ottonian Europe. By Sean Gisldorf. Brill's Series on the Early Middle Ages. Leiden: Brill. 2014. xv + 210 pp. €104. ISBN: 9789004264588.
Roberta Cimino, vol. 25 (1): 125-128
Literacy and Identity in Early Medieval Ireland. By Elva Johnston. Woodbridge: The Boydell Press. 2013. vii + 238 pp. £60. ISBN 9781843838555.
Elizabeth Boyle, vol. 25 (1): 128-130
Évêques entre Bourgogne et Provence. La province ecclésiastique de Vienne au haut Moyen Âge (Ve–XIe siècle). By Nathanaël Nimmegeers. Rennes: Presses universitaires de Rennes. 2014. 402 pp. + 11 colour plates. €24. ISBN 978 2 7535 2884 0.
Edward Roberts, vol. 25 (1): 130-133
Narbonne and its Territory in Late Antiquity: From the Visigoths to the Arabs. By Frank Riess. Farnham and Burlington VT: Ashgate. 2013. x + 288 pp. £75. ISBN 9781409455349.
Roger Collins, vol. 25 (1): 133-135

Volume 24 (4)

Issue Information - Title Page
vol. 24 (4): 391-391
Issue Information - List of Abbreviations
vol. 24 (4): 392-392
Ancestral memories and early medieval landscapes: the case of Sierra de Ávila (Spain)
Iñaki Martín-Viso, Antonio Blanco-González, vol. 24 (4): 393-422
Furnished female burial in seventh-century England: gender and sacral authority in the Conversion Period
Helena Hamerow, vol. 24 (4): 423-447