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I.S. Robinson

literary model: the description of the encounter of King Lothar II and Pope Hadrian II in 869 in the chronicle of Regino of Prüm. 217 The theatricality of the event reported by Regino clearly appealed to Lampert and seemed exactly to correspond to his conception of the momentous confrontation of king and pope that concluded his Annals . Above all it gave him the opportunity to dramatise the exposure

in The Annals of Lampert of Hersfeld
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Collective action in rural settlements
Bernhard Zeller, Charles West, Francesca Tinti, Marco Stoffella, Nicolas Schroeder, Carine van Rhijn, Steffen Patzold, Thomas Kohl, Wendy Davies, and Miriam Czock

further below, pp. 206–8; J. Barbier, ‘The praetor does concern himself with trifles: Hincmar, the polyptych of St-Remi and the slaves of Courtisols’, in R. Stone and C. West (eds), Hincmar of Rheims: Life and Work (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2015), pp. 211–27. 131 Miracula Sancti Riquarii , AASS, 26 apr, vol. 3, p. 451 ‘nullum suae relaxationis fide jussorem haberet’. 132 Cf. Formulae Andecavenses , no. 49, in MGH Formulae, pp. 21–2; see also Regino of Prüm, Libri duo II, 68–9, Das Sendhandbuch des Regino von Prüm ed. W. Hartmann

in Neighbours and strangers
Priests as neighbours in early medieval local societies
Bernhard Zeller, Charles West, Francesca Tinti, Marco Stoffella, Nicolas Schroeder, Carine van Rhijn, Steffen Patzold, Thomas Kohl, Wendy Davies, and Miriam Czock

year 1000, with many local priests but few bishops. 57 Hincmar of Reims I, ch. 13, in MGH Capit. episc. 2, pp. 40–1. Rephrased, this admonishment occurs in Regino of Prüm’s Libro duo de synodalibus causis et disciplinis ecclesiasticis I, chs 38, 215, ed. W. Hartmann (Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 2004), pp. 30–1, 120–1. 58 See below, n. 85. 59 For detail, see Mériaux, ‘Ideal and reality’, p. 88. Another case, which involved a domina having a priest castrated, is mentioned in the Council of Metz (893), ch. 10, in MGH Conc. 5, p. 312

in Neighbours and strangers
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Ottonian Germany
T. J. H McCarthy

, trans. P. Squatriti (Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, 2007). MacLean, S. (ed.), History and Politics in Late Carolingian and Ottonian Europe: The Chronicle of Regino of Prüm and Adalbert of Magdeburg (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2009). MacLean, S., Ottonian Queenship (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017). Mayr-Harting, H., Church and Cosmos in Early Ottonian Germany: The View from Cologne (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008). Mayr-Harting, H., Ottonian Book Illumination: An Historical

in Debating medieval Europe
Janet L. Nelson

men had riven the mighty empire of Alexander, once he himself had died, and had brought the downfall of the Roman state until Augustus finally reharnessed the nobility firmly to the public interest. 104 Regino of Prüm’s famous entry s.a. 888 is intelligible only in light of his use of Justin. Writing of the troubles that followed Charles the Fat’s death, Regino said that wars had been aroused, not because there were lacking principes of the Franks who could have ruled the regna in nobility, fortitude and wisdom, but because the equality between them of

in Law, laity and solidarities
Brigitte Kasten

Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgechichte, Germ. Abt. 107 (1990), pp. 236–338, esp. pp. 254–5. 68 Wemple, ‘Les traditions romaine, germanique et chrétienne’, in G. Duby and M. Perrot (eds), Histoire de la Femme , vol. 2, Le moyen âge (Paris 1990), pp. 185–216. Frequent remarriages of widows are assumed by P. Toubert, ‘Le moment carolingien (VIII e -X e siècles)’, in A. Berguière, C. Klapisch–Zuber, M. Segalen and F. Zonabend (eds), Histoire de la famille, vol. I: mondes lointains, mondes anciens (Paris 1986), pp. 333–59. 69 Regino of Prüm, Libri duo de

in Law, laity and solidarities
Hans Peter Broedel

, Frühe Hexenverfolgungen (Hamburg: Junius, 1989). Regino of Prüm, De Ecclesiasticis Disciplinis, ii, c. 364, Patrologia Latina 132, 352. TMM5 8/30/03 118 5:40 PM Page 118 THE MALLEUS MALEFICARUM 42 Burchard of Worms, Decreta, xix, Patrologia Latina 140, 963. For English translation see John T. McNeill and Helena M. Gamer, trans., Medieval Handbooks of Penance (New York: Columbia University Press, 1938). 43 Contra Carlo Ginzburg, who posits the existence of an inclusive “mythic complex,” based loosely upon the models provided by Eurasian shamanism. See Ginzburg

in The <i>Malleus Maleficarum</i> and the construction of witchcraft
Matthew Kempshall

Siècle: Flodoard de Reims (Paris, 1993). 42  Ralph de Diceto, Abbrevationes Chronicorum, p. 3: ‘the condition of chronography is always infinitely open-ended and, with new causes as much as new 446 •  Rhetoric and the writing of history  • of c.908, Regino of Prüm devotes his first book to an annalistic account of what was done, when and where, between the year of Christ’s birth and the year 741. In his second book, however, which deals with the deeds of the Frankish kings between 741 and 906, when Regino comes to the events leading up to his own expulsion from

in Rhetoric and the writing of history, 400 –1500
I.S. Robinson

This chapter contains the text of Annals of Lampert, translated and annotated by I.S. Robinson.

in The Annals of Lampert of Hersfeld
T. J. H. McCarthy

961, emperor 967. 11: Baba is probably apocryphal. Duke Otto’s daughter was Oda, who married King Zwentibald of Lotharingia (d. 900): Regino of Prüm, Chronicle 897, trans. MacLean (2009) , p. 221. Baba also appears in a catalogue of kings and emperors that survives in an early twelfth-century manuscript (Admont, Stiftsbibliothek, Cod. 735): ‘[Duke Otto] had a son who was

in Chronicles of the Investiture Contest