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    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    London : Continuum International Publishing
    Format: Online-Ressource (257 p.)
    ISBN: 9781852850661
    Content: The way people see the past tells us much about their present interests and about their sense of identity. This book examines both what men of the day knew about their past, and in particular about the Roman Empire, and shows how such knowledge was used to authenticate claims and attitudes. These original essays, by distinguished scholars, are wide-ranging both geographically, from Russia to Iberia, and in scope, dealing with legal, ecclesiastical, noble and scholarly attitudes
    Note: Description based upon print version of record , Contents; Preface; Introduction; 1 Discovering a Past for the French Aristocracy; 2 Past, Present and No Future in the Twelfth-Century Regnum Teutonicum; 3 Adam and the Eve of Scandinavian History; 4 How the Twelfth-Century Monks of Worcester Perceived their Past; 5 Administration, Family and Perceptions of the Past in Late Twelfth-Century England: Richard FitzNigel and the Dialogue of the Exchequer; 6 The Texts and Contexts of Ancient Roman History in Twelfth-Century Western Scholarship; 7 The Fourth Kingdom and the Rhetoric of Hellenism , 8 Borrowed Time: Perceptions of the Past in Twelfth-Century Rus'9 The Sense of the Past in Italian Communal Narratives; 10 The Political Use of the Past in Norman Sicily; 11 Malleable Accounts: Views of the Past in Twelfth-Century Iberia; Index;
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9780826441522
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781852850661
    Additional Edition: Print version Perception of the Past in 12th Century Europe
    Language: English
    Keywords: Electronic books
    URL: Volltext  (lizenzpflichtig)
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