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Zwischen Sp Tantike Und Fr Hmittelalter

Author: Sebastian Brather
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 311021072X
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The 15 articles in this volume are dedicated to the analysis of fundamental cultural developments between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Archaeologists and historians offer new perspectives on Central and Western Europe which do not simply polarise between Romans and Germans. Central themes are the relationship between historical studies and archaeology, the beginnings of the Early Middle Ages, the archaeology of early medieval “peoples”, the role of burials, as well as trade and exchange. The result is a complex picture of an epoch of decisive change.

Ethnische Interpretationen In Der Fr Hgeschichtlichen Arch Ologie

Author: Sebastian Brather
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110180404
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This volume analyses previous attempts to delineate ethnic groupings with the help of archaeological finds. After a short review of the history of these interpretations, central concepts are examined (people, culture, race, language) and ethnological and sociological concepts of identity are adduced. Against this background, Brather undertakes a comparative description of the methodological problems of ethnic reconstructions for the period between the Iron Age and the Middle Ages, and contrasts them with interpretations from cultural, economic and social history as alternative approaches to an explanation which is closer to the sources. This structural historical analysis places the explanatory power of archaeological sources on a footing with those of literary texts.

Historia Archaeologica

Author: Sebastian Brather
Publisher: De Gruyter
ISBN: 9783110223378
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The 70th birthday of Heiko Steuer, Professor of Pre- and Protohistory at Freiburg University from 1984 to 2005, andfor many years one of the editors of the Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde, has been the occasion for the presentation of this collection of 35 papers. The six sections cover Steuer's research fields: 1. Prehistory, 2. Antiquity, 3. The Early Middle Ages in West and South Europe, 4. The Early Middle Ages in Northern Europe, 5. The High and Late Middle Ages, 6. The history of scholarship and matters of method.

Denkschriften

Author: Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. Philosophisch-Historische Klasse
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M Moires Carolingiennes

Author: Cécile Treffort
Publisher: PU Rennes
ISBN: 9782753504257
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Nées de l'étude des épitaphes, ces Mémoires carolingiennes offrent un parcours dans l'histoire du haut Moyen Âge. Analysant le contenu de leur texte mais également leur forme littéraire, matérielle et graphique, l'auteur montre combien ces témoignages épigraphiques sont indissociables de la grande histoire carolingienne.