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Origin Legends in Early Medieval Western Europe (edition 2022)

by Lindy Brady (Editor), Patrick Wadden (Editor), Erica Buchberger (Contributor), Thomas M. Charles-Edwards (Contributor), Marios Costambeys (Contributor)14 more, Judith Jesch (Contributor), Robert Kasperski (Contributor), Helmut Reimitz (Contributor), Michael Clarke (Contributor), Catherine E. Karkov (Contributor), Conor O'Brien (Contributor), Robert W. Rix (Contributor), Shami Ghosh (Contributor), Katherine Cross (Contributor), Helen Fulton (Contributor), Ben Guy (Contributor), John D. Niles (Contributor), Plassmannm Alheydis (Contributor), Andrew Rabin (Contributor)

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"This volume contains work by scholars actively publishing on origin legends across early medieval western Europe, from the fall of Rome to the high Middle Ages. Its thematic structure creates a dialogue between texts and regions traditionally studied in isolation. Part 1 (Regions) introduces the corpus of origin texts from the areas under this volume's purview. Part 2 (Themes) identifies key themes that appear in origin legends and introduces new arguments on a wide range of early medieval material. The chapters in Part 3 (Approaches) conclude the volume by highlighting a range of disciplinary, methodological, and theoretical approaches to origin legends"--… (more)
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Title:Origin Legends in Early Medieval Western Europe
Authors:Lindy Brady (Editor)
Other authors:Patrick Wadden (Editor), Erica Buchberger (Contributor), Thomas M. Charles-Edwards (Contributor), Marios Costambeys (Contributor), Judith Jesch (Contributor)13 more, Robert Kasperski (Contributor), Helmut Reimitz (Contributor), Michael Clarke (Contributor), Catherine E. Karkov (Contributor), Conor O'Brien (Contributor), Robert W. Rix (Contributor), Shami Ghosh (Contributor), Katherine Cross (Contributor), Helen Fulton (Contributor), Ben Guy (Contributor), John D. Niles (Contributor), Plassmannm Alheydis (Contributor), Andrew Rabin (Contributor)
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Origin Legends in Early Medieval Western Europe (Reading Medieval Sources) by Lindy Brady

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"This volume contains work by scholars actively publishing on origin legends across early medieval western Europe, from the fall of Rome to the high Middle Ages. Its thematic structure creates a dialogue between texts and regions traditionally studied in isolation. Part 1 (Regions) introduces the corpus of origin texts from the areas under this volume's purview. Part 2 (Themes) identifies key themes that appear in origin legends and introduces new arguments on a wide range of early medieval material. The chapters in Part 3 (Approaches) conclude the volume by highlighting a range of disciplinary, methodological, and theoretical approaches to origin legends"--

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