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Taking the succession of the young Chlothar II as a case study, this article investigates the methods of legitimation and delegitimation available to a king’s supporters and detractors in the… Expand
S OF THE ARTICLES The soft budget constraint I János Kornai, Eric Maskin and Gérard Roland The authors propose a clarification of the notion of soft budget constraint, which is widely used in… Expand
Albóndigas, Spanish for meatballs, is derived from the Arabic al-bunduq (hazelnut) (p. 102). This book describes the different ways with couscous from Tunisia (spicy) to Sicily (like a soup) to West… Expand
Abstract 'The Vita Gregorii and Ethnogenesis in Anglo-Saxon Britain'. During the Migration Period, ethnic and political identities emerged amongst the barbarians in the West. In Britain, the… Expand
to protect fellow Muslims from “contamination” by dhimmīs. This they attempted to do by reasserting the boundaries between the faiths with regard to such matters as blasphemy, ritual purity, dietary… Expand
In 588, Gregory and a colleague named Felix travelled to Chalon-sur-Saône for an important meeting with Guntram, king of Burgundy.1 They brought a treaty from the king of Austrasia, Childebert II,… Expand
Queens, Consorts, Concubines offers an analysis of Gregory of Tours on issues including widowhood, marriage, sanctity, and political agency, offering a reinterpretation of elite women in Gaul (e.g.… Expand
As one of the most prolific authors of the sixth-century, Gregory of Tours has long been a figure of interest in studies on Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Gregory's works are difficult… Expand
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