Geschichte der Britischen Monarchie Wiki

Dies ist eine Auflistung aller angegebenen Historiker, Biographen, Geschichtsforscher und Autoren, deren Namen in den Artikeln auftauchen, und einer Auswahl ihrer relevanten Bücher und Artikel. Wenn möglich findet sich hier eine kurze Beschreibung der Personen, Links zu ihren Wikipedia- oder anderen Seiten und Verlinkungen zu ihren Büchern und Artikeln. Diese Listen sind nicht vollständig und werden so weit wie möglich regelmäßig aktualisiert.

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Historiker und Biographen[]


Bacharach, B.

  • mit Abels, Richard The Normans and their Adversaries: Essays in Memory of C. Warren Hollister. 2001


Bachrach, Bernard Stanley - (*1939) amerikanischer Militärhistoriker, Experte für die Militärgeschichte der Merowinger und Karolinger

  • Merovingian Military Organization, 481-751, 1972
  • Early Carolingian Warfare: Prelude to Empire, 2001
  • A History of the Alans in the West: From Their First Appearance in the Sources of Classical Antiquity Through the Early Middle Ages, 1973
  • Armies and Politics in the Early Medieval West, 1993
  • Warfare and Military Organization in Pre-Crusade Europe, 2002
  • The Medieval Church: Success or Failure?, 1971
  • Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe, 1977
  • Jews in Barbarian Europe, 1977


Bäck, Hilding

  • (1934). The Synonyms for "Child", "Boy", Girl" in Old English, Lund Studies in English


Baggs, A. P.


Bailey, Maggie


Baker, Mick


Bannerman, John (1932-2008) - schottischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf das gälische Schottland

  • Studies in the History of Dalriada (1974)
  • Late Medieval Monumental Sculpture in the West Highland (1977)
  • The Scottish Takeover of Pictland
  • "MacDuff of Fife," in Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community, Essays Presented to G. W. S. Barrow, (1993)


Barber, Richard

  • (2003). "Chivalry, Cistercianism and the Grail". A Companion to the Lancelot-Grail Cycle
  • The Figure of Arthur, 1972


Baring-Gould, Sabine

  • The Lives of the Saints


Barker, E.

  • Sussex Anglo-Saxon Charters


Barlow, Frank - Historiker (1911-2009)

  • The Feudal Kingdom of England (1955)
  • The Life of King Edward Who Rests at Westminster (1962)
  • Edward the Confessor (1970)
  • The English Church 1000–1066: A History of the Later Anglo-Saxon Church (1979)
  • The English Church 1066–1154 (1979)
  • The Norman Conquest and Beyond (1983)
  • William Rufus (1983)
  • Thomas Becket (1986)
  • The Godwins: The Rise and Fall of a Noble Dynasty (2002)

Barlow, Lundie W.

  • (1957). "The Antecedents of Earl Godwine of Wessex". New England Historical and Genealogical Register


Barrell, Andrew D. M.

  • Medieval Scotland (2000)


Barrett, Dr. James H.

  • 2015 Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World
  • 2015 'Maritime societies and the transformation of the Viking Age and medieval world', in Maritime Societies of the Viking and Medieval World
  • 2012 'Viking Age and medieval Orkney', in Being an Islander: Production and Identity at Quoygrew, Orkney, AD 900–1600
  • 2010 'Rounding up the usual suspects: Causation and the Viking Age diaspora', in The Global Origins and Development of Seafaring
  • 2008 'The Norse in Scotland', in Brink, Stefan ed. The Viking World
  • 2008 'What caused the Viking Age?', Antiquity 82
  • 2004 'Beyond war or peace: The study of culture contact in Viking-age Scotland', in Land, Sea and Home: Proceedings of a Conference on Viking-period Settlement
  • 2003 'Culture contact in Viking Age Scotland', in Contact, Continuity and Collapse: The Norse colonization of the North Atlantic
  • 2003 'Christian and pagan practice during the conversion of Viking Age Orkney and Shetland'
  • 2000 'What was the Viking Age and when did it happen? A view from Orkney', Norwegian Archaeological Review 33


Barrow, Geoffrey Wallis Steuart (1924-2013) - schottischer Historiker

  • Bücher
    • Feudal Britain, (1956).
    • Robert Bruce and the Community of the Realm of Scotland, (1965)
    • The Kingdom of the Scots, (1973)
    • The Anglo-Norman Era in Scottish History, (1980).
    • Kingship and Unity: Scotland, 1000–1306, (1981).
    • Scotland and its Neighbours in the Middle Ages, (1992)
  • Editor
    • The Scottish Tradition, (1974).
    • Acts of Malcolm IV, 1153–1165, (1960)
    • (with W.W. Scott) Acts of William I, 1165–1214 (1971)
    • The Charters of King David I, (1999)
  • Artikel
    • "Earls of Fife in the 12th Century" (Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, 1952–53)
    • "Religion in Scotland on the eve of Christianity" in Forschungen zur Reichs-, Papst- und Landesgeschichte (1998)
    • Anglo-Norman Studies, Vol. 25 (2002) "?"

Barrow, Julia

  • mit Wareham, Andrew (eds.). Myth, Rulership, Church and Charters
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 26 (2003) "Clergy in the diocese of Hereford in the eleventh and twelfth centuries"
    • Vol. 30 (2008) "Grades of Ordination and Clerical Careers, c. 900-c. 1200"


Bartlett, Robert (*1950) - britischer Historiker und Mittelalterforscher

  • Gerald of Wales, 1146-1223 (1982)
  • The Making of Europe: Conquest, Colonization and Cultural Change, 950-1350 (1993)
  • England Under the Norman and Angevin Kings 1075-1225 (2000)
  • The miracles of Saint Æbbe of Coldingham and Saint Margaret of Scotland, (2003)
  • Gerald of Wales: A Voice of the Middle Ages, (2006)
  • Geoffrey of Burton. Life and miracles of Modwenna

Bartlett, W. B.

  • (2016). King Cnut and the Viking Conquest of England 1016


Bassett, Steven

  • The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms
  • ‘Boundaries of knowledge: mapping the land-units of late Anglo-Saxon and Norman England’, in People and Space in the Middle Ages, 300-1300 (2006)
  • ‘Divide and rule? The military infrastructure of eighth- and ninth-century Mercia’, Early Medieval Europe, 15 (2007)
  • Midland History
    • ‘Anglo-Saxon Warwick’, (2009)
    • ‘Anglo-Saxon fortifications in western Mercia’, (2011)
    • ‘Offa, king of the East Saxons, and his west midland land grants’, (2015)
  • ‘The priests of Domesday Book – a fresh insight into England’s eleventh-century churches?’, Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History, 19 (2015)
  • ‘The role of Mercian kings in the setting up of minsters in the seventh and eighth centuries’, in Land of the English Kin: Studies of Wessex and Anglo-Saxon England


Bately, J. M.

  • ed. (1986). The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: A Collaborative Edition


Bates, David (*1945) - britischer Historiker für Britannien und Frankreich vom 10. bis 13. Jh.

  • Normandy before 1066 (1982)
  • A Bibliography of Domesday Book (1986)
  • William the Conqueror (1989)
  • Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum: The Acta of William I, 1066–1087 (1998)
  • The Normans and Empire (2013)
  • William the Conqueror (2016)
  • England and Normandy in the Middle Ages (1994)
  • East Anglia and its North Sea World in the Middle Ages (2013)
  • The Character and Career of Odo, Bishop of Bayeux
  • mit Liddiard, R. East Anglia and its North World in the Middle Ages
  • ed. mit Crick, Julia; Hamilton, Sarah Writing Medieval Biography, 750-1250: Essays in Honour of Frank Barlow.
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • ed. Vol. 34 bis 36
    • Vol. 4 (1981) "Origins of the Justiciarship"
    • Vol. 25 (2002) "?"
  • (May 1978). "The Land Pleas of William I's Reign: Penenden Heath Revisited". Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research


Baxter, Stephen David (*1969)

  • Edward the Confessor and the Succession Question
  • The earls of Mercia : lordship and power in late Anglo-Saxon England
  • Early medieval studies in memory of Patrick Wormald
  • Too Much Too Young - Children Of The Middle Ages
  • The Leofwinesons : power, property and patronage in the early English kingdom
  • The Normans : Domesday
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 23 (2000) "The Earls of Mercia and their Commended Men"
    • Vol. 28 (2005) mit Blair, John "Land Tenure and Royal Patronage in the Early English Kingdom"


Beaven, Murray

  • (July 1918). "The Beginning of the Year in the Alfredian Calendar (866-87)". English Historical Review


Beck, Heinrich


Bennett, Matthew

  • mit Hooper, Nicholas (1996). The Cambridge Illustrated Atlas of Warfare: the Middle Ages
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 5 (1982) "Roman de Rouand the Norman Conquest"
    • Vol. 9 (1986) "Stereotype Normans in Vernacular Literature"
    • Vol. 11 (1988) "Wace and warfare"


Bernard, Dr. George W. - Britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf Heinrich VIII, die "Herrschaft" von Anne Boleyn und die englische Reformation

  • The late medieval English church: vitality and vulnerability before the break with Rome (2012)
  • Anne Boleyn: fatal attractions (2010)
  • The king's reformation: Henry VIII and the remaking of the English Church (2005)
  • Religion, politics and society in sixteenth-century England (2004)
  • Authority and Consent in Tudor England: essays presented to C.S.L. Davies (2002)
  • Edward VI - (1999)
  • Reflecting on the King’s Reformation (2013)
  • Religion, Politics, and Society in Sixteenth-Century England (2003)
  • The tyranny of Henry VIII (2002)
  • Vitality and vulnerability in the Late Medieval Church: pilgrimage on the eve of the break with Rome (1998)


Bertram, Charles (1723-1765) - Literaturfälscher

  • De Situ Britanniae: The Description of Britain


Bessinger, Jess B.

  • mit Creed, Robert P. (eds.). Franciplegius: Medieval and Linguistic Studies in Honor of Francis Peabody Magoun Jr


Bethell, D. L.

  • (1969). "English Black Monks and Episcopal Elections in the 1120s". The English Historical Review


Bibbs, Hugh

  • (1999). "The Rise of Godwine Earl of Wessex"


Bierbrier, M. L.

  • "Genealogical Flights of Fancy. Old Assumptions, New Sources" in Foundations: Journal of the Foundation for Medieval Genealogy


Bird, Joanna


Birley, A. R.

  • The Roman Government of Britain, 2005
  • The Fasti of Roman Britain (1981)
  • Roman officials (act. AD 43-410)
  • (1991). "Vindolanda: Notes on Some New Writing Tablets". Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik
  • (2007) "Making Emperors: imperial instrument or independent force?" In: Paul Erdkamp (Hrsg.): A companion to the Roman army
  • (1999) "A New Governor of Britain (20 August 127): L. Trebius Germanus", Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik


Blackburn, Mark Alistair Sinclair (1953-2011) - Britischer Numismatiker und Wirtschaftshistoriker

  • mit Metcalf, David M.Viking-Age Coinage in the Northern Lands. The Sixth Oxford Symposium on Coinage and Monetary History (1981)
  • mit Coyler, Christina; Dolley, MichaelEarly Medieval Coins from Lincoln and its Shire. c. 770–1100 (1983)
  • mit Grierson, PhilipMedieval European Coinage. (1986)
  • mit Dumville, D. N. - Kings, Currency and Alliances: History and Coinage of Southern England in the Ninth Century (1998)
  • Herausgeber: Anglo-Saxon Monetary History. Essays in Memory of Michael Dolley. (1986)
  • Herausgeber mit Dumville, D. N.Kings, Currency and Alliances. History and Coinage of Southern England in the Ninth Century (= Studies in Anglo-Saxon History. 9). (1998)
  • mit Jonsson, KennethSupplement to Part VI (Anglo-Norman Pennies). In: Fran Colman: Anglo-Saxon Coins. Edward the Confessor and Harold II, 1042–1066 (2007)
  • (2014). "Coinage". In Lapidge, Michael; Blair, John; Keynes, Simon; Scragg, Donald (eds.). The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England


Blackstone, William


Blair, John William (*1955) - englischer Historiker, Archäologe und Akademiker, spezialisiert auf das Angelsächsische England.

  • Early Medieval Surrey: Landholding, Church and Settlement before 1300 (1991)
  • Anglo-Saxon Oxfordshire (1994)
  • The Origins of the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms
  • The Anglo-Saxon Age: a very short introduction (2000)
  • The Church in Anglo-Saxon Society (2005)
  • The British Culture of Anglo-Saxon Settlement (2013)
  • (2002). "A Handlist of Anglo-Saxon Saints". In Thacker, Alan; Sharpe, Richard (eds.) Local Saints and Local Churches in the Early Medieval West
  • Mit Lapidge, Michael, Keynes, Simon, Scragg, Donald
    • The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England (2014)
    • (2001). The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 28 (2005) mit Baxter, Stephen "Land Tenure and Royal Patronage in the Early English Kingdom"


Blundell, Michael C.


Blunt, Colin E.

  • The Coinage of Offa
  • (1985). "Northumbrian Coins in the Name of Alwaldus". British Numismatic Journal


Board, Beryl


Bollard, John K. - spezialisiert auf mittelenglische und walisische Artusliteratur

  • The Mabinoig (2006)
  • Companion Tales to the Mabinogi (2007)
  • Tales of Arthur: Legend and Landscape of Wales (2010)


Bolton, Timothy


Bosworth, George F. - (1882 bis 1962) amerikanischer Historiker und Autor

  • Alfred the Great: His Life and Times
  • Kent
  • Essex Past and Present
  • Middlesex
  • Surrey
  • Sussex
  • A History of Walthamstow Charities 1487 - 1920
  • Kent Past and Present (1901)


Bouchard, Constance B.

  • "Consanguinity and Noble Marriages in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries", Speculum (Apr., 1981)


Bradbury, Jim (*1937) - Britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf die Militärgeschichte des Mittelalters

  • (1992) The Medieval Siege
  • (1996) Stephen and Matilda: Civil War of 1139-53
  • (1998) The Battle of Hastings
  • (2004) The Routledge Companion to Medieval Warfare
  • (2007) The Capetians: Kings of France 987 - 1314
  • (2010) Robin Hood
  • Anglo-Norman Studies, Vol. 6 (1983) "Battles in England and Normandy 1066-1154"


Bradley, S. A. J.

  • Anglo-Saxon Poetry trans. und ed., 2000


Brandon, Dr. Peter Frank (1927-2011)

  • 1978 The South Saxons


Brandsma, Frank

  • (2010). The Interlace Structure of the Third Part of the Prose Lancelot


Bray, J.


Brayley, Edward Wedlake

  • (1808) The Beauties of England and Wales


Breeze, Andrew - Professor der Philologie (Sprachwissenschaft)

  • 1997 Medieval Welsh Literature
  • 2000 Celtic Voices, English Places: Studies of the Celtic Impact on Place-Names in England
  • 2008 The Mary of the Celts
  • 2009 The Origins of the "Four Branches of the Mabinogi"
  • (1999). "The Battle of Brunanburh and Welsh tradition". Neophilologus.
  • "The Battle of the Uinued and the River Went, Yorkshire" in Northern History

Breeze, David John


Brewer, Clifford

  • (2000). The Death of Kings: A Medical History of the Kings and Queens of England


Brine, Kevin R.


Brink, Stefan

  • (ed) (2008) The Viking World


Britnell, R. H.


Bromwich, Rachel (1915-2010) - britische Gelehrte, spezialisiert auf mittelalterliche walisische Literatur.

  • Trioedd Ynys Prydein - The Triads of the Island of Britain (1961)
  • Aspects of the Poetry of Dafydd ap Gwilym (1985)
  • Culhwch and Olwen (1988)


Brooke, Christopher Nugent Lawrence (1927-2015) - britischer Historiker

  • The Church and the Welsh Border in the Central Middle Ages
  • London, 800–1216: The Shaping of a City
  • The English Church & the Papacy, From the Conquest to the Reign of John
  • The Medieval Idea of Marriage
  • The Saxon and Norman Kings
  • From Alfred to Henry III 871–1272
  • The Heads of Religious Houses, England and Wales: Volume 1, 940–1216 - mit London, Vera C. M.
  • Archbishop Lanfranc, the English Bishops and the Council of London of 1075
  • The Monastic Constitutions of Lanfranc
  • Councils and Synods, with Other Documents Relating to the English Church: Volume I: A.D. 871–1204
  • Hugh the chanter : the history of the church of York, 1066–1127
  • mit Brooke, Rosalind (1996). Popular Religion in the Middle Ages: Western Europe 1000–1300
  • (1999). "York Minster from the Ninth to the early Thirteenth Centuries". Churches and Churchmen in Medieval Europe

Brooke, Rosalind

  • (1996) mit Brooke, C. N. L. Popular Religion in the Middle Ages: Western Europe 1000–1300


Brookes, Stuart


Brooks, Nicholas Peter (1941-2014) - britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf das Angelsächsische England

  • Anglo-Saxon Myths: State and Church 400–1066 (2000)
  • Bede and the English (1999)
  • Charters of Christ Church Canterbury (2013)
  • Church, State and Access to Resources in Early Anglo-Saxon England (2003)
  • Communities and Warfare 700–1400 (2000)
  • The Early History of the Church of Canterbury: Christ Church from 597 to 1066 (1984)
  • Latin and the Vernacular Languages in Early Medieval Britain (1982)
  • St Oswald of Worcester: Life and Influence (1996)
  • St Wulfstan and his World (2005)
  • The Formation of the Mercian Kingdom
  • Anglo-Norman Studies: Proceedings of the Battle Conference
    • Vol. 1 (1978) "Bayeux Tapestry"
    • Vol. 34 (2012) "The Archbishopric of Canterbury and the so-called Introduction of Knight-Service into England"
  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
    • "Wulfred (d. 832)"
    • "Oswald (St Oswald) (d. 992)"
  • (1992) “The Career of St Dunstan” in: St Dunstan; His Life, Times and Cult
  • "The formation of the Mercian Kingdom" in The Origins of Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms


Broun, Dauvit (*1961) - schottischer Historiker und Akademiker, Professor für Schottische Gesichte an der Universität von Glasgow. Spezialisiert auf das frühmittelalterliche Schottland und keltische Studien.

  • Scottish independence and the idea of Britain : from the Picts to Alexander III (2007)
  • Spes Scotorum = Hope of Scots : Saint Columba, Iona and Scotland (1999)
  • The Irish identity of the kingdom of the Scots in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (1999)
  • Image and identity : the making and re-making of Scotland through the ages (1998)
  • The charters of Gaelic Scotland and Ireland in the early and central Middle Ages (1995)
  • The reality behind charter diplomatic in Anglo-Norman Britain: studies (2011)
  • Artikel
    • Anglo-Norman Studies, Vol. 25 (2002) "?"
    • "National identity: 1: early medieval and the formation of Alba" in Lynch, Michael (ed.) The Oxford Companion to Scottish History
    • (2000) "The Seven Kingdoms in De Situ Albanie: A Record of Pictish political geography or imaginary Map of ancient Alba?" in Alba: Celtic Scotland in the Medieval Era
    • (2004) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
      • "Duncan I (d. 1040)"
      • "Macbeth (d. 1057)"
    • (2004). "The Welsh Identity of the Kingdom of Strathclyde c.900–c.1200". The Innes Review


Brown, H.

Brown, Michelle P. - Professorin für mittelalterliche Manuskriptstudien an der Universität von London

  • A Guide to Western Historical Scripts from Antiquity to 1600. 1990
  • Anglo-Saxon Manuscripts. 1991
  • The Lindisfarne Gospels: Society, Spirituality and the Scribe. 2003
  • Painted Labyrinth: The World of the Lindisfarne Gospels. 2003
  • How Christianity Came to Britain and Ireland. 2006
  • Manuscripts from the Anglo-Saxon Age. 2008
  • The Lindisfarne Gospels and the Early Medieval World (2010)
  • mit Farr, Carol A., eds, Mercia: An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom in Europe. 2001

Brown, Peter Robert Lamont (*1935) - irischer Althistoriker, spezialisiert auf das Römische Imperium und das frühmittelalterliche Europa

  • Welten im Aufbruch. Die Zeit der Spätantike. Von Mark Aurel bis Mohammed (1980)
  • Die Heiligenverehrung. Ihre Entstehung und Funktion in der lateinischen Christenheit (1991)
  • Die Keuschheit der Engel. Sexuelle Entsagung, Askese und Körperlichkeit am Anfang des Christentums (1991)
  • Macht und Rhetorik in der Spätantike. Der Weg zu einem christlichen Imperium (1995)
  • Die Entstehung des christlichen Europa (1996)
  • Der Schatz im Himmel. Der Aufstieg des Christentums und der Untergang des römischen Weltreichs. (2017)
  • The Ransom of the Soul (2015). Deutsch: Der Preis des ewigen Lebens. Das Christentum auf dem Weg ins Mittelalter. (2018)

Brown, Reginald Allen (*1924)

  • 1968 The Normans and the Norman conquest
  • 1984 The Normans
  • 1973 Origins of English feudalism
  • 1984 The Norman conquest of England: sources and documents
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 1 bis 11 Editor
    • Vol. 3 (1980) "The Battle of Hastings"
    • Vol. 10 (1987) "?"


Bruce, Christopher W.

  • (2013). The Arthurian Name Dictionary

Bruce, James Douglas

  • (1974). The Evolution of Arthurian Romance from the Beginnings Down to the Year 1300

Bruce-Mitford, Rupert Leo Scott (1914-1994) - britischer Archäologe und Gelehrter, spezialisiert auf frühmittelalterliche Geschichte, besonders bekannt wegen seiner Veröffentlichungen über Sutton Hoo.


Bryce, Derek - Historiker, Professor für Kulturtheorie und Heritage Marketing an der Universität von Strathclyde


Buckberry, Jo

  • mit Hadley, Dawn M. (2007). "An Anglo-Saxon Execution Cemetery at Walkington Wold, Yorkshire". Oxford Journal of Archeology


Burke, John

  • (1836). A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland


Burkitt, Annette

  • Flesh and Bones of Frome Selwood and Wessex


Burnham, B. C.


Busby, Keith


Bush, Robin James Edwin - britischer Historiker (1943 bis 2010). Er gehörte zu den Historikern in der Serie Time Team.


Butler, Alban

Mittelalter und Antike[]

Beda Venerabilis - Chronist aus dem 7. Jh.

Bremen, Adam von - (vor 1050-1081/85); Kleriker und Chronist aus Bremen

Brompton, John

  • Chronicon

Byrthferth - auch Byrthferth of Ramsey. englischer Priester und Mönch aus Ramsey Abbey in Huntingdonshire (970-1020). Autor vieler Heiligenbiographien und historischer Schriften.


Bengtsson, Frans G.

Bryant, Ray

  • Warriors of the Dragon God

Bulwer-Lytton, Edward

  • Harold, the Last of the Saxon Kings