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1. The latin consecrative inscriptions in prose of churches and altars in Rome 1046-1263. Edition with translations and a commentary on language and palaeography
Sammanfattning : In Rome during the mid-11th to the mid-13th centuries, a great number of churches were newly built or rebuilt. This called for consecrations of both the churches and the altars contained in them. The consecrations were performed by the Pope or a bishop. Often, an inscription was made to commemorate the event. LÄS MER
2. Mynt er hva mynt gjør : En analyse av norske mynter fra 1100-tallet: produksjon, sirkulasjon og bruk
Sammanfattning : The kings of Norway issued coins on a regular basis starting in the mid-11th century, and probably conducted renovatio monetae whenever a new king came to power. As a privilege of bona regalia, the king could use coin production to serve his own interests. LÄS MER
3. A theory of history and society : with special reference to the Chronographia of Michael Psellus ; 11th century Byzantium
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Sammanfattning : In which way did the power structures of central Sweden expand into the territories north of the forest Ödmården during the Middle Ages? This text reads like a general hypothesis for this process, which attempts to incorporate all relevant elements in the Medieval landscape of power. The study area chosen is the province of Hälsingland. LÄS MER
5. Pfennigmärkte und Währungslandschaften : Monetarisierungen im sächsisch-slawischen Grenzland ca. 965-1120
Sammanfattning : How was money used in early medieval times and by whom? Why did people accept silver coins as a common means of payment? How can we understand the beginnings of a monetary economy? How can we describe and properly analyse the physical remains of monetary thinking like the numerous coin finds and silver hoards from this period? To address these questions the author studies the relationship between monetary systems operating in the Saxon-Slavic borderlands and corresponding coin finds from the early medieval period, between c. 965 and 1120. LÄS MER