Tradition und Adaption: Die „Divisio regnorum“ und die fränkische Herrschaftsnachfolge

Translated title of the contribution: Tradition and adaptation: The 'divisio regnorum' and Frankish succession

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Abstract

Compares Charlemagne's divisio regnorum of 806 with previous Frankish succession settlements and concludes that it was firmly based on traditional practices and did not prefigure the revolutionary approach taken by Louis the Pious in his ordinatio imperii of 817.
Translated title of the contributionTradition and adaptation: The 'divisio regnorum' and Frankish succession
Original languageGerman
Title of host publicationHerrscher- und Fürstentestamente im westeuropäischen Mittelalter
EditorsBrigitte Kasten
Place of PublicationCologne
Pages259-289
Number of pages31
Publication statusPublished - 2008

Publication series

NameNorm und Struktur
PublisherBöhlau
Volume29

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