H 276 x W 203 mm
21 figures, 1 table
Published Aug 2023
11 essays from both historians and archaeologists achieve a re-reading of a the tenth century, which has been central to the interpretation of the historical development of Europe over the past decade.
Rulers and Resources in Early Medieval Iberia from c.800- c.1009: Umayyad state fiscality and Astur-Leonese landed politics compared – Robert Portass
Constructing Christian Polities in Northwestern Iberia (711-1109): an overview – Maria João Branco
The contributions of the settlement to the understanding of the rural societies of Northern
Gaul in the 10th century – Édith Peytremann
Transforming Rulership in Tenth-Century Ireland: paradigms, problems and prospects – Patrick Gleeson
Assembly practices in Tenth-century England: continuities and innovations in military mobilisation – Stuart Brookes
The creation of a Visigothic past and the territorial expansion of the Kingdom of Asturias-León – Iñaki Martín Viso
Monastic foundations as aristocratic strategies during the 10th century in the North-West Iberian Peninsula. The case of the Eriz family – José Carlos Sánchez Pardo and Marcos Fernández Ferreiro
The Social Reproduction of the Roman aristocracy in the 9th and 10th Centuries. Liutprand of Cremona and the women of the pope – Maddalena Betti
The 10th century in central-northern Portugal: changing scales of power – Catarina Tente
The formation of a native elite: The case of 10th century Iceland – Orri Vésteinsson
Is there room enough for a change? 10th century historical narratives’concepts of change – Marie-Céline Isaïa
Change and continuity in tenth century Western Europe: A conclusion – Igor Santos Salazar
Igor Santos Salazar is ricercatore at the University of Trento where he teaches Medieval History. His current research is concentrated on the forms of articulation of rural society, the documentary culture of the laity, and the administration of justice and fiscal goods by central authorities from the fifth to the twelfth centuries between Italy and Spain.
Catarina Tente is Associate Professor of Archaeology at the Universidade Nova de Lisboa. She is a Reseacher at the Institute of Medieval Studies – School of Social Sciences and Humanities (IEM-NOVA FCSH) . Her current research focuses on early medieval communities, particularly in the Portuguese inland territories of Beira Alta. She has promoted several scientific meetings, and shared their findings in international conferences, which have been published in papers, chapters, and book form. Her research and associated activities have been developed within working protocols with municipalities from the Portuguese inland, promoting decentralized research and social returns for local communities.