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  1. Week 1: The Roman Empire 4 items
    1. The later Roman Empire, AD 284-430 - Averil Cameron 1993

      Book 

    2. A companion to the Roman army - Paul Erdkamp 2007

      Book 

    3. A companion to the Roman Empire - D. S. Potter 2010

      Book 

    4. The Roman Empire - C. M. Wells 1992

      Book 

  2. Week 2: 11 items
    1. Early Christianity 6 items
      1. Christianity in Roman Britain - David Petts 2003

        Book  Short and useful for an overview

      2. Early Christianity: origins and evolution to AD 600 - Ian Hazlett, W. H. C. Frend 1991

        Book 

      3. pp. 41-49, 64-14, 186-224

        Chapter Recommended recommended for lecture

      4. Pagans and Christians in late antiquity: a sourcebook - A. D. Lee 2016

        Book 

      5. pp. 277-324 of A History of the Later Roman Empire, AD 284-641

        Chapter Essential for lecture

    2. The Later Roman Empire 5 items
      1. Late antiquity: a guide to the postclassical world - G. W. Bowersock, Peter Brown, Oleg Grabar 1999

        Book 

      2. The inheritance of Rome: a history of Europe from 400 to 1000 - Chris Wickham 2010

        Book  Read through Part 1, The Roman Empire and its Break up, 400-550

  3. Week 3: The Barbarians 8 items
    1. The barbarians of ancient Europe: realities and interactions - Larissa Bonfante 2011

      Book 

    2. pp.35-95, 186-218, 284-319 of Barbarian migrations and the Roman West, 376-568

      Chapter Recommended recommended for lecture

    3. Europe's Barbarians AD 200-600 - Edward James 2008

      Book 

    4. pp. 206-241 of A History of the Later Roman Empire, A.D. 284-641

      Chapter Essential for lecture

  4. Week 4: The Eastern Empire and Persia 14 items
    1. Diplomacy 4 items
    2. Warfare 9 items
      1. The grand strategy of the Byzantine Empire - Edward Luttwak 2011

        Book 

      2. Warfare, state and society in the Byzantine world 565-1204 - John F. Haldon 1999

        Book 

      3. War and Violence - G. Bowersock, P. Brown & O. Grabar

        Chapter 

      4. Byzantium at war AD 600-1453 - John F. Haldon 2002

        Book 

  5. Week 5: The Fall of Rome 0 items
  6. Week 6: 13 items
    1. The Early Franks 7 items
      1. Roman Aristocrats in Barbarian Gaul - R.W. Mathisen 2011

        Book 

      2. From Roman to Merovingian Gaul: A Reader - Alexander Callander Murray 23 Aug. 2008

        Book 

      3. The transformation of the Roman World, AD 400-900 - L. Webster, Michelle P. Brown, British Museum, British Library 1997

        Book 

    2. Monasticism 6 items
      1. Medieval monastic education - G. Ferzoco 2000

        Book 

  7. Week 7: Early Medieval Italy 9 items
    1. The Lombards: the ancient Longobards - Neil Christie 1995

      Book 

    2. The Lombard laws - Katherine Fischer Drew 1973

      Book 

    3. The Lombard invasion 553-600 - Thomas Hodgkin, Thomas Hodgkin 2002

      Book 

    4. The Lombard kingdom 600-744 - Thomas Hodgkin 2002

      Book 

    5. The Ostrogoths 476-535 - Thomas Hodgkin 2001

      Book 

    6. Italy in the early Middle Ages: 476-1000 - Cristina La Rocca 2002

      Book 

  8. Week 8: Early Islam and Ruling the Caliphate 8 items
    1. Islam: a thousand years of faith and power - Jonathan Bloom, Sheila Blair 2002

      Book 

    2. A new introduction to Islam - Daniel Brown 2004

      Book 

    3. Historical atlas of the Islamic world - Malise Ruthven, Azim Nanji c2004

      Book 

    4. The Cambridge history of Islam - P. M. Holt, Ann K. S. Lambton, Bernard Lewis 1977

      Book 

    5. A history of Islamic societies - Ira M. Lapidus 1988

      Book 

  9. Week 9: The Survival of Byzantium & Muslim Conquests 9 items
    1. Byzantium: an introduction to East Roman civilization - Norman H. Baynes, Henry St. Lawrence Beaufort Moss 1948

      Book 

    2. Byzantium: from antiquity to the Renaissance - Thomas F. Mathews 2010

      Book 

    3. Byzantium at war AD 600-1453 - John F. Haldon 2003

      Book 

    4. Byzantium: the early centuries - John Julius Norwich 1988

      Book 

    5. Byzantium, 330-1453 - Robin Cormack, Maria Vassilaki 2008

      Book 

    6. The making of Byzantium, 600-1025 - Mark Whittow, American Council of Learned Societies c1996 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    7. Byzantium and its army, 284-1081 - Warren T. Treadgold, American Council of Learned Societies 1995 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    8. Byzantium: the bridge from antiquity to the Middle Ages - Michael Angold 2001

      Book 

    9. Byzantium - P. D. Whitting, British Broadcasting Corporation 1968

      Book 

  10. Week 10: Social and Cultural Life in the 'Dark Ages' 24 items
    1. Heroes & Villains in the Early Middle Ages 16 items
      1. The world of late Antiquity, AD 150-750 - Peter Robert Lamont Brown 1989

        Book 

      2. On Defining the Holy Man - Averil Cameron

        Chapter 

      3. Martyrdom and memory: early Christian culture making - Elizabeth A. Castelli 2007

        Book 

      4. The legends of the saints - Hippolyte Delehaye, American Council of Learned Societies 1962 (electronic resource)

        Book  an older, but seminal book on the study of hagiography with many examples. Available in a number of editions

      5. Medieval hagiography: an anthology - Thomas Head 2000

        Book 

      6. At day's close: a history of nighttime - A. Roger Ekirch 2005

        Book  NOT an academic book, but written by an academic. More anecdotal and less referenced than an academic book.

      7. Night As Frontier - Murray Melbin 02/1978

        Article 

      8. Ghosts in the Middle Ages - Jean-Claude Schmitt 1999 (Paperback)

        Book 

      9. Monsters, Marvels and Miaracles - L. Sondergaard 2005 (Paperback)

        Book 

      10. Night in the Middle Ages - Jean Verdon 2002

        Book 

    2. Fun & Entertainment in the Dark Ages 8 items
      1. Daily life in the age of Charlemagne - John J. Butt 2002

        Book 

      2. Life at Court

        Chapter 

      3. A New Song for an Old World - Calvin R. Stapert 2006 (Paperback)

        Book 

  11. Week 11: The Carolingian Renaissance 10 items
    1. The Carolingian Renaissance: Education and Literary Culture - J.J. Contreni

      Chapter 

    2. The Writing of History - M. Innes, R. McKitterick

      Chapter 

    3. Carolingian culture: emulation and innovation - Rosamond McKitterick 1994

      Book 

    4. The Carolingians and the written word - Rosamond McKitterick 1989

      Book  Particularly pages 211-270 (which is all about the literacy of the laity)

    5. The Carolingians: a family who forged Europe - Pierre Riché c1993

      Book  Particularly pages 325-37

    6. The inheritance of Rome: a history of Europe from 400 to 1000 - Chris Wickham 2010

      Book  Several useful chapters: 10 – The Power of the Visual: Material Cultural and Display from Imperial Rome to the Carolingians, 16 The Carolingian Century, 17 Intellectuals and Politics

    7. Lay intellectuals in the Carolingian world - Patrick Wormald, Janet L. Nelson 2007

      Book 

  12. Week 12: And beyond.... 11 items
    1. The Frankish kingdoms under the Carolingians, 751-987 - Rosamond McKitterick 1983

      Book 

    2. Vikings: raiders or traders? - Barbara McFadyn, Neil Thompson, Hampshire Inspection and Advisory Service, History Curriculum Centre 2014

      Book 

    3. The Vikings - Magnus Magnusson 2016

      Book 

    4. The Vikings - Jane Shuter 2006

      Book 

    5. Medieval Sicily, 800-1713 - Denis Mack Smith 1968

      Book 

    6. The Viking world - Stefan Brink, Neil S. Price 2008 (electronic resource)

      Book 

  13. Background / Introductory Readings 9 items
    1. Early medieval Europe 300-1050: the birth of Western society - D. W. Rollason 2012

      Book Background

    2. The world of late Antiquity, AD 150-750 - Peter Robert Lamont Brown 1989

      Book 

    3. The myth of nations: the medieval origins of Europe - Patrick J. Geary 2002

      Book Background

    4. Europe's Barbarians AD 200-600 - Edward James 2008

      Book Background

    5. The inheritance of Rome: a history of Europe from 400 to 1000 - Chris Wickham 2010

      Book Background

  14. Monasteries and Missionaries 22 items
    1. The plan of St. Gall: a study of the architecture and economy of, and life in a paradigmatic Carolingian monastery - Walter Horn, Ernest Born 1979

      Book  Do check Sanderson's review before digesting these weighty volumes

  15. Women and Gender in the Early Middle Ages 1 item
    1. Gender in the early medieval world: East and West, 300-900 - Leslie Brubaker, Julia M. H. Smith 2004

      Book 

  16. Entertainment and Leisure in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages 19 items
    1. Primary Sources 2 items
      1. Confessions - Henry Chadwick, Augustine 1991

        Book 

      2. The secret history - G. A. Williamson, Peter Sarris, Procopius 2007

        Book 

    2. Secondary Sources 17 items
      1. The world of late Antiquity, AD 150-750 - Peter Robert Lamont Brown 1989

        Book 

      2. The later Roman Empire, AD 284-430 - Averil Cameron 1993

        Book 

      3. Byzantium: the surprising life of a medieval empire - Judith Herrin 2008

        Book 

  17. Early Medieval Economy and Society 33 items
    1. Passages from antiquity to feudalism - Perry Anderson c1996

      Book 

    2. Women and law in late antiquity - Antti Arjava, American Council of Learned Societies 1996 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    3. Women in early medieval Europe, 400-1100 - Lisa M. Bitel 2002

      Book 

    4. Women in Anglo-Saxon England - Christine Fell, Cecily Clark, Elizabeth Williams 1986, c1984

      Book 

    5. Towns and trade in the age of Charlemagne - Richard Hodges 2000

      Book 

    6. Mohammed, Charlemagne and the origins of Europe: archaeology and the Pirenne thesis - Richard Hodges, David Whitehouse 1983

      Book 

    7. Theodosian empresses: women and imperial dominion in late antiquity - Kenneth G. Holum, American Council of Learned Societies c1982 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    8. Women in dark age and early Medieval Europe, c.500-1200 - Helen M. Jewell 2007

      Book 

    9. Mohammed & Charlemagne - Henri Pirenne, American Council of Learned Societies 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book  Do not read this on its own, as Pirenne's arguments have been superceded and revise, starting with Hodges and Whitehouse.

    10. Essays on medieval agriculture and general problems of the medieval economy - M. M. Postan 1973

      Book  Later medieval economy, but a classic which establishes the context of the medieval economic situation in our period.

    11. The city in late antiquity - John Rich 1992

      Book 

    12. The rise of cities in north-west Europe - Adriaan Verhulst 1999

      Book 

    13. The Carolingian economy - Adriaan Verhulst 2002

      Book 

    14. Land and power: studies in Italian and European social history, 400-1200 - Chris Wickham, British School at Rome 1994

      Book 

  18. Charlemagne and the Carolingians 32 items
    1. Charlemagne: father of a continent - Alessandro Barbero 2004

      Book 

    2. L'Europe carolingienne (714-888) - Geneviève Bührer-Thierry 2001

      Book  In French but a very useful book as the general headings are not difficult to translate (especially with Google's language tools!).

    3. The age of Charlemagne - Donald Bullough, Edwin Smith 1973

      Book 

    4. Carolingian civilization: a reader - Paul Edward Dutton 2004

      Book  The library also holds the first edition.

    5. Charlemagne's courtier: the complete Einhard - Paul Edward Dutton c1998

      Book 

    6. The age of Charles Martel - Paul Fouracre 2000

      Book 

    7. Charlemagne and the Carolingian Empire - Louis Halphen, Giselle de Nie 1977

      Book 

    8. Charlemagne and his world - Friedrich Heer 1975

      Book 

    9. The Carolingian world - Marios Costambeys, Matthew Innes, Simon MacLean 2011

      Book  Key book

    10. Carolingian culture: emulation and innovation - Rosamond McKitterick 1994

      Book 

    11. The Frankish kingdoms under the Carolingians, 751-987 - Rosamond McKitterick 1983

      Book 

    12. Plunder and Tribute in the Carolingian Empire - Timothy Reuter 1985

      Article  Not introductory as such, but a useful light upon an aspect of what made the Carolingian Renaissance what it was.

    13. Germany in the early Middle Ages c.800-1056 - Timothy Reuter 1991

      Book 

    14. Daily life in the world of Charlemagne - Pierre Riché, Jo Ann McNamara 1978

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    15. Lay intellectuals in the Carolingian world - Patrick Wormald, Janet L. Nelson 2007

      Book 

  19. Byzantium 19 items
    1. Online resources 1 item
    2. Byzantine art - Robin Cormack 2000

      Book 

    3. Byzantine Wars - John F. Haldon 2001

      Book 

    4. Byzantium: the surprising life of a medieval empire - Judith Herrin 2008

      Book 

    5. The grand strategy of the Byzantine Empire - Edward Luttwak 2011

      Book 

    6. The Oxford history of Byzantium - Cyril A. Mango 2002

      Book 

    7. Byzantium: the early centuries - John Julius Norwich 1988

      Book 

    8. Justinian's flea: plague, empire and the birth of Europe - William Rosen 2007

      Book 

  20. Rome from Augustus to Diocletian 28 items
    1. The Early Roman empire in the west - T. F. C. Blagg, Martin Millett 1990

      Book 

    2. War and society in Imperial Rome, 31 BC-AD 284 - J. B. Campbell 2002

      Book 

    3. Roman imperialism: readings and sources - Craige B. Champion 2003

      Book 

    4. A companion to the Roman army - Paul Erdkamp 2007

      Book 

    5. Frontiers of the Roman Empire - Hugh Elton 1996

      Book 

    6. The Roman empire: economy, society and culture - Peter Garnsey, Richard P. Saller 2014

      Book 

    7. Imperialism in the ancient world - Peter Garnsey, C. R. Whittaker, Cambridge University Research Seminar in Ancient History 1978

      Book 

    8. History of Rome - Michael Grant 1978

      Book 

    9. Pagan gods and shrines of the Roman Empire - Martin Henig, Anthony King 1986

      Book 

    10. Italy and the west: comparative issues in Romanization - S. J. Keay, Nicola Terrenato c2001

      Book 

    11. Archaeology of the Roman Empire - Anthony King 1982

      Book 

    12. Pagans and Christians - Robin Lane Fox 1988

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    13. Cultural identity in the Roman Empire - Ray Laurence, Joanne Berry, Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference 1998

      Book 

    14. Roman civilization: selected readings - Naphtali Lewis, Meyer Reinhold 1990

      Book 

    15. The grand strategy of the Byzantine Empire - Edward Luttwak 2011

      Book 

    16. Roman social relations, 50 BC to AD 284 - Ramsay MacMullen 1974

      Book 

    17. The emperor in the Roman world (31 B.C-A.D. 337) - Fergus Millar 2001

      Book 

    18. A companion to the Roman Empire - D. S. Potter 2010

      Book 

    19. Ancient Rome - Nancy H. Ramage, Andrew Ramage, British Museum 2008

      Book 

    20. Archaeology and ancient history: breaking down the boundaries - Eberhard Sauer 2004

      Book 

    21. An environmental history of ancient Greece and Rome - Lukas Thommen 2012

      Book 

    22. The Roman Empire - C. M. Wells 1992

      Book 

  21. Late Antiquity 21 items
    1. Late antiquity: a guide to the postclassical world - G. W. Bowersock, Peter Brown, Oleg Grabar 1999

      Book 

    2. The world of late Antiquity, AD 150-750 - Peter Robert Lamont Brown 1989

      Book 

    3. The Mediterranean world in late antiquity, AD 395-600 - Averil Cameron c1993

      Book 

    4. Barbarian migrations and the Roman West, 376-568 - Guy Halsall 2007

      Book 

    5. Pagans and Christians in late antiquity: a sourcebook - A. D. Lee 2000

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    6. The inheritance of Rome: a history of Europe from 400 to 1000 - Chris Wickham 2010

      Book 

  22. The Church in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages 40 items
    1. Augustine of Hippo: a biography - Peter Brown 1967

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    2. Augustine - Henry Chadwick 2001

      Book  An older work, but still important when paired with Brown's seminal work.

    3. The early church - Henry Chadwick 1967

      Book  Very old, but still very readable and clear discussion of the early church and church heresies.

    4. Being Christian in late antiquity: a festschrift for Gillian Clark - Carol Harrison, Caroline Humfress, Isabella Sandwell, Gillian Clark 2014

      Book 

    5. Italy in the early Middle Ages: 476-1000 - Cristina La Rocca 2002

      Book 

    6. Pagans and Christians in late antiquity: a sourcebook - A. D. Lee 2000

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    7. Gregory of Nyssa - Anthony Meredith 1998

      Book 

    8. Early Medieval Charity - Frances J. Niederer 1952

      Article 

    9. Ambrose - Boniface Ramsey 1997

      Book 

    10. Religions of late antiquity in practice - Richard Valantasis 2000

      Book 

    11. The Frankish Church - J. M. Wallace-Hadrill 1983

      Book 

  23. Barbarians and Romans 49 items
    1. Medieval Germany, 500-1300: a political interpretation - Benjamin Arnold 1997

      Book 

    2. After empire: towards an ethnology of Europe's barbarians - Giorgio Ausenda, Center for Interdisciplinary Research on Social Stress, Studies in Historical Archaeoethnology 1995

      Book 

    3. Women in early medieval Europe, 400-1100 - Lisa M. Bitel 2002

      Book 

    4. The barbarians of ancient Europe: realities and interactions - Larissa Bonfante 2011

      Book 

    5. Barbarian migrations and the Roman West, 376-568 - Guy Halsall 2007

      Book 

    6. Warfare and society in the barbarian west, 450-900 - Guy Halsall 2003

      Book 

    7. Empires and barbarians - P. J. Heather 2010

      Book 

    8. Europe's Barbarians AD 200-600 - Edward James 2008

      Book 

    9. The Franks - Edward James 1988

      Book 

    10. Women in dark age and early Medieval Europe, c.500-1200 - Helen M. Jewell 2007

      Book 

    11. Political Mobility in the Later Roman Empire - A. Skinner 01/02/2013

      Article  Scroll down to "Login via your institution" and follow through the steps on screen.

    12. The barbarian West, 400-1000 - J. M. Wallace-Hadrill 1985

      Book  Other editions also available in the library

    13. The long-haired kings - J. M. Wallace-Hadrill, Medieval Academy of America 1982

      Book 

    14. The transformation of the Roman World, AD 400-900 - L. Webster, Michelle P. Brown, British Museum, British Library 1997

      Book 

    15. The barbarians speak: how the conquered peoples shaped Roman Europe - Peter S. Wells, American Council of Learned Societies c1999 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    16. The Merovingian kingdoms, 450-751 - Ian Wood 1994

      Book 

  24. Islam 19 items
    1. The Oxford history of Islam - John L. Esposito 1999

      Book 

    2. Mohammed, Charlemagne and the origins of Europe: archaeology and the Pirenne thesis - Richard Hodges, David Whitehouse 1983

      Book 

    3. The venture of Islam: conscience and history in a world civilization - Marshall G. S. Hodgson, American Council of Learned Societies 1974 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    4. Mohammed & Charlemagne - Henri Pirenne, American Council of Learned Societies 2001 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    5. A history of medieval Islam - J. J. Saunders 1965

      Book 

  25. Carolingian Renaissance 40 items
    1. Literature and Learning 22 items
      1. The age of Charlemagne - Donald Bullough, Edwin Smith 1973

        Book 

      2. Carolingian culture: emulation and innovation - Rosamond McKitterick 1994

        Book 

      3. History and memory in the Carolingian world - Rosamond McKitterick 2004

        Book 

      4. The gentle voices of teachers: aspects of learning in the Carolingian age - Richard E Sullivan c1995

        Book  Contains a number of useful papers

    2. Carolingian Cultural Renewal II: Art and Architecture 18 items
      1. Carolingian and Romanesque architecture, 800 to 1200 - Kenneth John Conant 1973

        Book 

      2. Painting in Europe, 800 to 1200 - C. R. Dodwell 1971

        Book 

      3. Early medieval art in the British Museum - Ernst Kitzinger, British Museum 1955

        Book 

      4. Carolingian painting - Florentine Mütherich, Joachim E. Gaehde 1977

        Book 

      5. Early medieval architecture - Roger Stalley 1999

        Book 

  26. The Anglo-Saxons (Including the Anglo-Saxon Renaissance) 48 items
    Compiled by R. Lavelle
    1. The origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms - S. R. Bassett 1989

      Book 

    2. The church in Anglo-Saxon society - John Blair 2005

      Book 

    3. The world of Bede - Peter Hunter Blair 1970

      Book 

    4. The Anglo-Saxons - James Campbell, Eric John, Patrick Wormald 1982

      Book 

    5. After Rome - Thomas Charles-Edwards c2003

      Book 

    6. The ending of Roman Britain - A. S. Esmonde Cleary 2000

      Book 

    7. Britain and the end of the Roman Empire - K. R. Dark 2000

      Book 

    8. From the Vikings to the Normans - Wendy Davies 2003

      Book 

    9. Anglo-Saxon studies in archaeology and history: papers from the 47th Sachsensymposium, York, September 1996, 10: The making of kingdoms - Tania Dickinson, David Griffiths, Oxford University Committee for Archaeology 1999

      Book 

    10. St Augustine and the conversion of England - Richard Gameson 1999

      Book 

    11. The origins of the Anglo-Saxons - Donald Henson 2006

      Book 

    12. Rome, Britain and the Anglo-Saxons - Nick Higham 1992

      Book 

    13. The Anglo-Saxon world - N. J. Higham, Martin J. Ryan 2013

      Book  An excellent introductory volume, bang up to date on recent ideas and research.

    14. An atlas of Anglo-Saxon England - David Hill 1981

      Book 

    15. The origins of the English - Catherine Hills 2002

      Book 

    16. Reassessing Anglo-Saxon England - Eric John 1996

      Book 

    17. The earliest English kings - D. P. Kirby 2000

      Book 

    18. The year 1000: what life was like at the turn of the first millennium - Robert Lacey 1999

      Book  As the title should suggest, this is hardly a monograph and you should not rely on it, but it is a very readable introduction to later Anglo-Saxon England.

    19. The coming of Christianity to Anglo-Saxon England - Henry Mayr-Harting 1977

      Book  New edition also available in the library

    20. From Roman Britain to Norman England - P. H. Sawyer 1998

      Book  The first edition is also in the library.

    21. An age of tyrants: Britain and the Britons. A.D.400-600 - Christopher A. Snyder 1998

      Book 

    22. Anglo-Saxon England - F. M. Stenton 1971

      Book  The classic doorstopper on the subject; dated and heavy-going but still useful.

    23. English Heritage book of Anglo-Saxon England - Martin G. Welch, English Heritage 1992

      Book 

    24. Kingship and government in pre-conquest England c.500-c1066 - Ann Williams 1999

      Book 

    25. Anglo-Saxon paganism - D. Wilson 1992

      Book 

    26. In search of the Dark Ages - Michael Wood 2005

      Book  Very readable but ignore the chapter on Boadicea.

    27. The Anglo-Saxons - Barbara Yorke 1999

      Book 

    28. Nunneries and the Anglo-Saxon royal houses - Barbara Yorke 2003

      Book 

  27. The Early Franks 28 items
    Fun with the Franks
    1. Medieval Germany, 500-1300: a political interpretation - Benjamin Arnold 1997

      Book 

    2. The age of Charles Martel - Paul Fouracre 2000

      Book 

    3. The Uses of the past in the early Middle Ages - Yitzhak Hen, Matthew Innes, International Medieval Congress 2000

      Book  Contains some useful papers on the development of Carolingian ideology.

    4. The Franks - Edward James 1988

      Book 

    5. The Illusion of Royal Power in the Carolingian Annals - Rosamond McKitterick 2000

      Article  A useful interpretation of the annals.

    6. History and memory in the Carolingian world - Rosamond McKitterick 2004

      Book 

    7. Leadership and community in late antique Gaul - Raymond Van Dam, American Council of Learned Societies c1985 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    8. The barbarian West, 400-1000 - J. M. Wallace-Hadrill 1985

      Book  Other editions also available in the library

    9. The long-haired kings - J. M. Wallace-Hadrill, Medieval Academy of America 1982

      Book 

    10. The transformation of the Roman World, AD 400-900 - L. Webster, Michelle P. Brown, British Museum, British Library 1997

      Book 

    11. The Merovingian kingdoms, 450-751 - Ian Wood 1994

      Book 

  28. Heroes and Villains in the Early Medieval Ages - Then and Now 11 items
    1. The cult of the saints: its rise and function in Latin Christianity - Peter Robert Lamont Brown, American Council of Learned Societies c1981 (electronic resource)

      Book 

    2. Martyrdom and memory: early Christian culture making - Elizabeth A. Castelli 2007

      Book 

    3. The legends of the saints - Hippolyte Delehaye, American Council of Learned Societies 1962 (electronic resource)

      Book  An oldie, but a seminal book on the study of hagiography with many examples. Available in a number of editions.

    4. At day's close: a history of nighttime - A. Roger Ekirch 2005

      Book  NOT an academic book, but written by an academic. More anecdotal and less referenced than an academic book.