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.

Bücher sind kursiv markiert, Artikel finden sich in "Anführungszeichen" und die dazugehörigen Zeitschriften, Magazine und Bücher, in denen sie enthalten sind, finden sich als Anmerkung am Ende der Seite.


Historiker und Biographen[]


Naismith, Rory


Nedelec, Louis


Nelson, Janet Laughland (*1942) - Britische Historikerin. Professorin für mittelalterliche Geschichte am King's College London.

  • Courts, Elites and Gendered Power in the Early Middle Ages (2007)
  • The Medieval World (2001)
  • Rulers and Ruling Families in Earlier Medieval Europe (1999)
  • The Frankish World (1996)
  • mit Gibson, Margaret (1981) (eds.). Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom
  • Politics and Ritual in Early Medieval Europe (1986)
  • Anglo-Norman Studies, Vol. 4 (1981) "Rites of the Conqueror"
  • Artikel
    • (1977) "Kingship, Law and Liturgy in the Political Thought of Hincmar of Rheims". English Historical Review
    • (1986). ""A King Across the Sea": Alfred in Continental Perspective". Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
    • (1996) In Wood, Ian; Lund, Niels (eds.). People and places in Northern Europe 500-1600 : Essays in Honour of Peter Hayes Sawyer
      • "Reconstructing a Royal Family: Reflections on Alfred from Asser, Chapter 2"
    • (1997). "The Franks and the English in the Ninth Century Reconsidered". In The Preservation and Transmission of Anglo-Saxon Culture: Selected Papers from the 1991 Meeting of the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists
    • (1999). "Rulers and government". Reuter, Timothy (ed.). The New Cambridge Medieval History: Volume III c. 900–c. 1024
    • (2004) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
      • "Æthelwulf (d. 858), King of the West Saxons"
      • "Eadgifu"
    • (2008). "The First Use of the Second Anglo-Saxon Ordo". Barrow, Julia; Wareham, Andrew (eds.). Myth, Rulership, Church and Charters
    • (2013). "Britain, Ireland and Europe, c. 750–c. 900". In Stafford, Pauline (ed.). A Companion to the Early Middle Ages: Britain and Ireland c. 500–c. 1100


Newton, Sam - Historiker an der Universität Cambridge

  • Artikel
    • Saxon
      • 'Sutton Hoo: Burial-Ground of Dissidents?', 2016
      • 'Sutton Hoo and Beowulf', 1994
      • 'Wés Þú, Éadwin, hál! (An Old English Salute to Edwin Gifford)', 1994
    • Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History
      • 'The Forgotten History of St Botwulf (Botolph)', 2016
      • 'The Battle of Newmouth and the Lost Viking History of Sudbourne, with a postscript on the place-name Orford', 2011
    • 'AD 999' (with P. Sieveking), Fortean Times, 1999
  • Bücher
    • The Origins of Beowulf and the pre-Viking Kingdom of East Anglia (1993)
    • The Reckoning of King Rædwald (2003)
    • Beowulf: A New Edition and Interlinear Translation
    • "Beowulf and the East Anglian Royal Pedigree" in The Age of Sutton Hoo, ed. Carver, M. O. H. (1992)
  • Reviews im Newsletter of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History
    • 'In Defence of the Wuffings: A Review of Martin Carver’s Sutton Hoo: Burial Ground of Kings?', 2000
    • 'King Arthur: a military history (Review Article)', 1999


Nicholl, David

  • Celts, Romans and Saxons


Nicoll, E. H.

  • (1995, ed.) A Pictish Panorama: the story of the Picts


Nicolle, David (*1944) - britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf die Militärgeschichte des Mittelalters

  • (1991) French Medieval Armies 1000-1300
  • (1992) Arthur and the Anglo-Saxon Wars: Anglo-Celtic Warfare, A.D.410-1066
  • (1995) Medieval Warfare Source Book: Warfare in Western Christendom
  • (1996) Medieval Warfare Source Book: Christian Europe and its Neighbours
  • (1997) The History of Medieval Life
  • (1999) Arms and Armour of the Crusading Era, 1050-1350: Western Europe and the Crusader States
  • (2000) Crecy, 1346: Triumph of the Black Prince
  • (2000) French Armies of the Hundred Years War
  • (2004) Poitiers 1356: The Capture of a King
  • (2005) Crusader Castles in the Holy Land 1192-1302
  • (2005) Crecy 1346: Triumph of the Longbow
  • (2012) The Fall of English France 1449-53
  • (2005) with Christopher Gravett: Battles of the Middle Ages
  • (2002) Companion to Medieval Arms and Armour


Noble, Peter

  • (1972). "The Character of Guinevere in the Arthurian Romances of Chretien de Troyes". The Modern Language Review


Norgate, Kate


Norris, Ralph

  • (2009). "Sir Thomas Malory and "The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnell" Reconsidered". Arthuriana


Norseng, Per G.

  • "Gardarike"


Norton, Elizabeth - Britische Historikerin, spezialisiert auf die Königinnen von England und die Tudor-Periode

  • Bücher
    • She Wolves, The Notorious Queens of England (2008)
    • Anne Boleyn, Henry VIII's Obsession (2008)
    • Jane Seymour, Henry VIII's True Love (2009)
    • Anne of Cleves, Henry VIII's Discarded Bride (2009)
    • Catherine Parr (2010)
    • Margaret Beaufort, Mother of the Tudor Dynasty (2010)
    • Anne Boleyn, In Her Own Words and the Words of Those Who Knew Her (2011)
    • England's Queens: The Biography (2011)
    • Bessie Blount (2011)
    • The Boleyn Women (2013)
    • Elfrida: The First Crowned Queen of England (2013)
    • The Tudor Treasury (2014)
    • The Temptation of Elizabeth Tudor (2015)
    • The Hidden Lives of Tudor Women - a Social History (2017)
  • Artikel
    • "Anne of Cleves and Richmond Palace" (Surrey History, 2009)
    • "Scandinavian Influences in the Late Anglo-Saxon Sculpture of Sussex" (Sussex Archaeological Collections, 2009)


Nurse, Keith

Mittelalter und Anike[]

Nennius - Gelehrter aus dem 9. Jh.