T tigkeitsfelder und Erfahrungshorizonte des l ndlichen Menschen in der fr hmittelalterlichen Grundherrschaft bis ca 1000

7 Zu Saint - Germain vgl . B. GUÉRARD , Polyptyque de l'abbé Irminon de Saint - Germain - des - Prés , ou dénombrement des manses , des serfs et des revenues de l'abbaye de Saint - Germain - des - Prés sous le régne de Charlemagne ...

T  tigkeitsfelder und Erfahrungshorizonte des l  ndlichen Menschen in der fr  hmittelalterlichen Grundherrschaft  bis ca  1000

Um die Erforschung der fruehmittelalterlichen Grundherrschaft haben sich seit den Achtziger Jahren vor allem deutsche, belgische und franz�sische Forscher in enger, grenzueberschreitender Kooperation verdient gemacht. Der von Brigitte Kasten im Fruehjahr 2004 zu Ehren von Dieter H�germann versammelte, internationale Kreis von Historikern, Arch�ologen und Philologen griff weit ueber die Analyse des Ph�nomens Grundherrschaft hinaus. Die in diesem Band ver�ffentlichten Beitr�ge dokumentieren damit erstmals die Erweiterung klassischer Positionen und Anliegen der fruehmittelalterlichen Agrargeschichte um moderne kulturwissenschaftliche Fragestellungen. Nicht die Institution, sondern der in den grundherrschaftlichen Strukturen verortete Mensch steht nunmehr im Mittelpunkt. Mit Beitr�gen von: Wolfgang Haubrichs, Jean-Pierre Devroey, Brigitte Englisch, Werner R�sener, Michel Parisse, Yitzhak Hen, Hans-Werner Goetz, Brigitte Kasten, Gesine Jordan, Jan Ulrich Buettner / S�ren Kaschke, Cordula Nolte, Heinrich Schmidt, Karl-Heinz Ludwig, Konrad Elmsh�user, Udo Recker / Michael Schefzik, Andreas Hedwig, Ulrich Weidinger, Matthias Springer.

Benedictine Culture 750 1050

Polyptyque de l'abbaye de Saint - Germain - des - Prés rédigé au temps de l'abbé Irminon ( Paris , 1886-95 ) ; hier : IX ( Villemeux ) , 6 , 9 ; XIII ( Boissy ) , 1 , 64 ; XX ( ' villa supra mare ) , 3 , 30. E. Coleman , The Serfs of ...

Benedictine Culture  750 1050

A collection of essays that examines select aspects of the manifold cultural and economic life of Benedictine monastic communities.

The Serfs of Saint Germain des Pr s

Now it is probably safe to assume that the gift was not the serfs and their slaves and children over twelve -- but rather of the serfs and ... And the polyptych of Saint Germain - des - Prés was nothing if not a document of practice .

The Serfs of Saint Germain des Pr  s


The Serf the Knight and the Historian

206 Dating from 1063—82 , an act of Saint - Germain - des - Pres speaks of " native guests " ( hospites naturales ) in terms that recall descriptions of native serfs.207 In these cases , I wonder whether the term is not used ...

The Serf  the Knight  and the Historian

Dominique Barthélemy presents a sharply revisionist account of the history of France around the year 1000, challenging the traditional view that France underwent a kind of revolution at the millennium which ushered in feudalism.

Catalog of Copyright Entries Third Series

HANSON , RICHARD S. Serpent's teeth . FARMER , PENELOPE . ... ( R ) Serfdom and manorialism : a study of contractual arrangements . TRETHEWEY , RICHARD JAMES . ... Serfs of Saint Germain - des - Pres : a social and demographic study .

Catalog of Copyright Entries  Third Series


The Means Of Naming

But in a comparable survey of the serfs on the estates of the abbey of Saint-Victor at Marseille a little later over half the ... Among the serfs of SaintGermain-des-Prés we find parents called Petrus and Scupilia with children called ...

The Means Of Naming

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Haskins Society Journal 15

The Saint - Germain suit is far more comprehensive than any known English examples , both in the size of the secta ... Germain - des - Prés in the Twelfth Century ' , in Genèse médiévale de l'anthroponymie moderne , tome 5.1 : Serfs et ...

The Haskins Society Journal 15

The 2006 volume of the Haskins Society features another impressive array of academics addressing the period from Anglo-Saxon to Angevin.

Social Mobility and Modernization

Table 2 Tenures , Children , and Adults at SaintGermain - des - Prés TENURES FREE 1430 " LIDILE ” SERVILE 25 191 TOTAL ... Among the serfs of Saint - Germain - des - Prés , children were not distributed in the same proportions as adults ...

Social Mobility and Modernization

The essays in this book examine how the West modernized and what that modernization meant to human society, particularly in Western Europe and the United States. Within that frame are several distinct subthemes: the process of industrialization in Europe and elsewhere; social mobility, class structures, and class differences; social unrest and the stresses of modernization and industrialization; economic and social equality and inequality and their markers; the role of women in modernization; and the origins of nationalism. The book's chapters discuss these issues from medieval times through the twentieth century, with particular focus on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Contributors John Bohstedt, Gregory Clark, Theodore Evergates, Claudia Goldin, David Herlihy, Raymond Jonas, Michael Katz, Gloria Main, Franklin Mendels, Joel Mokyr, Gale Stokes, Louis Tilly, Dale Williams, E. A. Wrigley

Routledge Library Editions Higher Education

( And how jolly was , or is , that tradition ? How amusing was it in 1192 for the serfs of Saint - Germain - des - Prés to be involved in that fray with students which is almost our first clear intimation that the University of Paris ...

Routledge Library Editions  Higher Education

The volumes in this set, originally published between 1964 and 2002, draw together research by leading academics in the area of higher education, and provide a rigorous examination of related key issues. The volume examines the concepts of learning, teaching, student experience and administration in relation to the higher education through the areas of business, sociology, education reforms, government, educational policy, business and religion, whilst also exploring the general principles and practices of higher education in various countries. This set will be of particular interest to students and practitioners of education, politics and sociology.

Anarchy and Culture

they cannot all be true at once, or that they are all (as is indeed the case) demonstrably false except for certain specific cases and circumstances, ... How amusing was it in 1192 for the serfs of Saint-Germain-des-Prés to be ...

Anarchy and Culture

Originally published in 1969, Anarchy and Culture both documents and describes the influence of the student and academic in the case of revolution and protest within the university. The book looks at the theory behind the culture of revolution within the contemporary university and comments upon the affect this has upon teaching, as well as the student experience. This edited collection contains a wide range of essays from a broad range of contributors in the fields of Sociology, English, and Education. Focusing predominately on study of the university in the UK, the book covers a spread of political comment, and personal attitude in analysing culture and anarchy in relation to the contemporary university.

Europe in the Central Middle Ages

... who was the abbot of Saint-Germain-des-Prés. At the later date, even though the ultimate degradation of slavery had been removed, a majority of the community had lost status. The serfs had swallowed the slaves, a process made ...

Europe in the Central Middle Ages

This wide-ranging introduction to medieval Europe has been updated and revised. In his popular survey Brooke explores the variety of human experience in the period. He looks at society, economy, religious life and popular religion, learning, culture, as well as political events; the rise of the Normans and the heyday of the medieval Empire. For the new edition there is increased coverage of the role of women and more attention to central Europe, Bohemia, Hungary and Poland.

Castles in Medieval Society

... 280, 281, 282, 285, 286, 287, 310, 322, 373, 375, 376 serfs, villani 110, 126, 163, 173, 174, 175, 209, 214 n 69, ... bishop of 337 Saint-Evron abbey fort 273 -Evrou1 abbey 16 -Georges-de-Didonne 289 n 333 -Germain-des-Prés abbey, ...

Castles in Medieval Society

In this challenging new book Charles Coulson overturns many of the traditional assumptions about the nature and purpose of castle-building in the middle ages. He demolishes the traditional belief that castles were overwhelmingly military in their function, showing how this was simply one aspect of a more complicated whole. He sets out to recreate the medieval understanding of castles as symbolically fortified places of all kinds, from ancient walled post-Roman towns and prestigious religious enclaves to transitory campaign forts. Going back to the original sources, Dr Coulson proposes a new and more subtle understanding of the function and symbolism of castles as well as vivid insights into the lives of the people who inhabited them. Fortresses were only occasionally caught up in war, but constantly were central to the ordinary life of all classes: of the nobility and gentry, of widows and heiresses, of prelates and clergy, of peasantry and townspeople alike. Castles in Medieval Society presents and explores this broad social panorama.

Man and Nature

The abbey of Saint-Germain-des-Pr£s, which, in the time of Charlemagne, had possessed a million of acres, was, down to the Revolution, still so wealthy, that the personal income of the abbot was 300,000 livres. The abbey of Saint-Denis ...

Man and Nature


The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day

The monks of Saint - Germain - des - Prés complained to king Robert , who ordained that Guarin , to establish his right , should fight with the serfs of these villages . The inhabitants were prepared for the combat , and as Guarin did ...

The History of Paris from the Earliest Period to the Present Day


The Cambridge Illustrated History of the Middle Ages

... the serfs tried to marry outside their class , that is with free people or , if need be , with people under some form of protection : this is the case for some 70 per cent in the estates of Saint - Germain - des - Prés , and some 30 ...

The Cambridge Illustrated History of the Middle Ages

Covers the 'rebirth' of Europe after the turn of the millennium and the dramatic controlling ascendancy of the Western Church.

The Carolingian Economy

Lobbes ( 868-9 ) , St Maur - des - Fossés ( 869–78 ) , Prüm ( 893 ) . ... Fragments of Breve XV de Villanova in the polyptych of St Germain - des - Prés by abbot Irmino illustrate this : 16 ... Teutfridus , a serf 16 D. Hägermann ( ed . ) ...

The Carolingian Economy

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Marriage and Fertility

Serfdom. only. recently. have. historians. come to appreciate the role which demographic factors have played in the social ... It describes the lands and the some 2,000 families belonging to the monastry of Saint Germain-des-Prés ...

Marriage and Fertility

In this volume the articles are primarily on European history, but their subject matter indicates the remarkable variety, both of the marriage and fertility patterns of past societies, and of the methods scholars have used to investigate them. Originally published in 1981. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Change in Medieval Society

... one addressed to the abbot and the convent , the other to the Abbot of Saint - Denis and St. Germain - des - Prés and to the Prior of St. Martin - des - Champs : Cartul . , pp . 93–94 . Cf. Presutti , II , no .

Change in Medieval Society

The nineteen essays in this collection reflect the importance of change as an aspect of medieval society. They are arranged in six subject areas: Communities; Reformers; Careers, Rank, and Power; The Communication of Ideas; Money; and Views of Society.

Simon V of Montfort and Baronial Government 1195 1218

For one, Simon did not hold the entirety of his lands from the Crown: Beynes and Montchauvet, for example, depended on Saint-Germain-des-Prés.4 Moreover, it is often unclear whether villages and castles themselves belonged to the ...

Simon V of Montfort and Baronial Government  1195 1218

Dissenter from the Fourth Crusade, disseised earl of Leicester, leader of the Albigensian Crusade, prince of southern France: Simon of Montfort led a remarkable career of ascent from mid-level French baron to semi-independent count before his violent death before the walls of Toulouse in 1218. Through the vehicle of the crusade, Simon cultivated autonomous power in the liminal space between competing royal lordships in southern France in order to build his own principality. This first English biographical study of his life examines the ways in which Simon succeeded and failed in developing this independence in France, England, the Midi, and on campaign to Jerusalem. Simon's familial, social, and intellectual connexions shaped his conceptions of political order, which he then implemented in his conquests. By analysing contemporary narrative, scholastic, and documentary evidence-including a wealth of archival material-this volume argues that Simon's career demonstrates the vitality of baronial independence in the High Middle Ages, despite the emergence of centralised royal bureaucracies. More importantly, Simon's experience shows that barons themselves adopted methods of government that reflected a concern for accountability, public order, and contemporary reform ideals. This study therefore marks an important entry in the debate about baronial responsibility in medieval political development, as well as providing the most complete modern account of the life of this important but oft-overlooked crusader.

Medieval France

Irminon, abbot of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, had his survey, the most informative of all those that survive from the early Middle ... Dénombrement des manses, des serfs et des revenus de l 'abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés sous le régne de ...

Medieval France

The first single-volume reference work on the history and culture of medieval France, this information-filled Encyclopedia of over 2,400 entries covers the political, intellectual, literary, and musical history of the country from the early fifth century to the late 15th. The shorter entries offer succinct summaries of the lives of individuals, events, works, cities, monuments, and other important subjects, followed by essential bibliographies. Longer essay-length articles provide interpretive comments about significant institutions and important periods or events. The Encyclopedia is thoroughly cross-referenced and includes a generous selection of illustrations, maps, charts, and genealogies