Authors of the Middle Ages, Volume II, Nos 5–6 Historical and Religious Writers of the Latin West
Authors of the Middle Ages, Volume III, Nos 7–11 English Writers of the Late Middle Ages
By David C. Fowler
May 28, 1993
Authors of the Middle Ages is a new series, designed for research and reference. Each volume, by an expert on the subject, gives an account of the facts known about the Author's life and immediate historical context, together with a review of subsequent scholarship. This is supported by citation ...
By Patrick J. Geary, Constant J. Mews
July 27, 1995
Volume II of the AUTHORS OF THE MIDDLE AGES series contains nos. 5-6 in the series: 'Peter Abelard' by Constant J. Mews and 'Honorius Augustodunensis' by V.I.J. Flint. PETER ABELARD (1079-1142) was one of the most creative and controversial thinkers of the 12th century. This study traces his life ...
By M.C. Seymour, N.F. Blake, Douglas Gray
March 28, 1996
Authors of the Middle Ages is a series designed for research and reference. The aim is to combine, in one compact work, a biography of a medieval author with all the information needed for further research. The series is divided into two sub-series. The first, edited by M.C. Seymour, focuses on ...
By Patrick J. Geary
December 28, 1996
The anonymous author who has come to be known as Fredegar put together a collection of historical sources, together with items of his own composing in the second half of the 7th century. His work forms the most important source for the history of France in the period 594 to 642. It was added to in ...
By Michael C. Seymour, David C. Fowler, J. A. Burrow
September 29, 1994
Authors of the Middle Ages is a new series designed for research and reference. Each part, by an expert on the subject, gives an account of the facts known about a particular Author’s life and immediate historical context, together with a review of subsequent scholarship. This is supported by ...