Franklin

Migration, Integration and Connectivity on the Southeastern Frontier of the Carolingian Empire.

Author/Creator:
Danijel Dzino; Ante Milošević; Trpimir Vedriš (Volume Editors)
Publication:
Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (385 pages).
Series:
East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages, 450-1450 50.
East central and eastern Europe in the middle ages, 450-1450 ; Volume 50
Status/Location:
Loading...

Options
Location Notes Your Loan Policy

Details

Subjects:
Carolingians -- History.
Dalmatians -- History -- To 1500.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Summary:
The collection Migration, Integration and Connectivity on the Southeastern Frontier of the Carolingian Empire offers insights into the Carolingian southeastern frontier-zone from historical, art-historical and archaeological perspectives. Chapters in this volume discuss the significance of the early medieval period for scholarly and public discourses in the Western Balkans and Central Europe, and the transfer of knowledge between local scholarship and macro-narratives of Mediterranean and Western history. Other essays explore the ways local communities around the Adriatic (Istria, Dalmatia, Dalmatian hinterland, southern Pannonia) established and maintained social networks and integrated foreign cultural templates into their existing cultural habitus. Contributors are Mladen Ančić, Ivan Basić, Goran Bilogrivić, Neven Budak, Florin Curta, Danijel Dzino, Krešimir Filipec, Richard Hodges, Nikola Jakšić, Miljenko Jurković, Ante Milošević, Marko Petrak, Peter Štih, Trpimir Vedriš.
Contents:
Front Matter
Copyright page
Preface
Figures and Tables
Abbreviations
Notes on Contributors
A View from the Carolingian Frontier Zone / Danijel Dzino , Ante Milošević and Trpimir Vedriš
Historiography
From Byzantium to the West: “Croats and Carolingians” as a Paradigm-Change in the Research of Early Medieval Dalmatia / Danijel Dzino
Carolingian Renaissance or Renaissance of the 9th Century on the Eastern Adriatic? / Neven Budak
Migrations
Migration or Transformation: The Roots of the Early Medieval Croatian Polity / Mladen Ančić
The Products of the “Tetgis Style” from the Eastern Adriatic Hinterland / Ante Milošević
Carolingian Weapons and the Problem of Croat Migration and Ethnogenesis / Goran Bilogrivić
Integration
Integration on the Fringes of the Frankish Empire: The Case of the Carantanians and their Neighbours / Peter Štih
Istria under the Carolingian Rule / Miljenko Jurković
The Collapse and Integration into the Empire: Carolingian-Age Lower Pannonia in the Material Record / Krešimir Filipec
Imperium and Regnum in Gottschalk’s Description of Dalmatia / Ivan Basić
Networks
Liber Methodius between the Byzantium and the West: Traces of the Oldest Slavonic Legal Collection in Medieval Croatia / Marko Petrak
The Installation of the Patron Saints of Zadar as a Result of Carolingian Adriatic Politics / Nikola Jakšić
Church, Churchyard, and Children in the Early Medieval Balkans: A Comparative Perspective / Florin Curta
Trade and Culture Process at a 9th-Century Mediterranean Monastic Statelet: San Vincenzo al Volturno / Richard Hodges
“Croats and Carolingians”: Triumph of a New Historiographic Paradigm or Ideologically Charged Project? / Trpimir Vedriš
Back Matter
Bibliography
Index.
ISBN:
90-04-38013-2
Publisher Number:
10.1163/9789004380134 DOI