Itinerant Kingship and Royal Monasteries in Early Medieval Germany, C.936-1075
Cambridge University Press, 22 sie 2002 - 400
In examining the relationship between the royal monasteries in tenth- and eleventh-century Germany and the German monarchs, this book assimilates a great deal of European scholarship on a central problem - that of the realities and structures of power. It focuses on the practical aspects of governing without a capital and while constantly in motion, and on the payments and services which monasteries provided to the king and which in turn supported the king's travel economically and politically. Royal-monastic relations are investigated in the context of the 'itinerant kingship' of the period to determine how this relationship functioned in practice. It emerges that German rulers did in fact make much greater use of their royal monasteries than has hitherto been recognised.
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The Ottonians and the church
ITINERANT KINGSHIP ROYAL MONASTERIES
problems of definition
SERVITIUM REGIS AND MONASTIC PROPERTY
Development of monastic property divisions
Servitium regis and abbatial property
St Maurice at Magdeburg
Inne wydania - Wyświetl wszystko
abbatial abbess abbot accommodation appears archbishopric Bavaria bishop brothers Carolingian centre charter Conrad Conrad II Conradine Corvey Duke early Salian east eastern ecclesiastical economic Eschwege Essen foundation Franconia Fulda River Gandersheim Gerstungen Goslar granted Harz Hellweg Helmarshausen Henry Henry II Henry's Hersfeld Hersfeld and Fulda Hesse Hilwartshausen institutions Kaufungen Keller king's kingship Kunigunda land register later Leyser Liudolfing located Lotharingia Louis the Pious Magdeburg Mainz Memleben Merseburg Metz Miiller-Mertens monastery's monastic property monks Moreover Nienburg ninth nunnery Otto Otto III Otto's Ottoman and Salian Ottonian payments Pfalz political possessions prebend property divisions Quedlinburg reform region Rhine Rieckenberg River road route royal churches royal convent royal court royal itinerary royal monasteries royal property royal visits Salian kings Saxony secular servitium regis specific St Maurice stopped tenth century Thietmar Thuringia transit zones travelled upkeep Werra Weser west Frankish Widukind