Publication – Francesca Tinti, « Europe and the Anglo-Saxons »

This publication explores the interactions between the inhabitants of early medieval England and their contemporaries in continental Europe. Starting with a brief excursus on previous treatments of the topic, the discussion then focuses on Anglo-Saxon geographical perceptions and representations of Europe and of Britain’s place in it, before moving on to explore relations with Rome, dynasties and diplomacy, religious missions and monasticism, travel, trade and warfare. This Element demonstrates that the Anglo-Saxons’ relations with the continent had a major impact on the shaping of their political, economic, religious and cultural life.

Francesca Tinti, Universidad del País Vasco UPV/EHU and IKERBASQUE, Basque Foundation for Science

Table des matières :

  1. Introduction
  2. Precedents
  3. Geographical Perceptions and Representations
  4. Rome and the Papacy
  5. Courts, Diplomacy and Dynasties
  6. Missions and Monasticism
  7. Travel and Trade
  8. Warfare and Conquests
  9. Conclusion
    Appendix: Timeline.

Informations pratiques :

Francesca Tinti, Europe and the Anglo-Saxons, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2021 (Elements in England in the Early Medieval World). ISBN : 9781108931953. GBP 15.

Source : Cambridge University Press

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