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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[]

Salway[]

Salway, Peter - britischer Historiker, spezialisiert aufs Römische Britannien.

  • The frontier people of Roman Britain. (1965)
  • Roman archaeology and art: essays and studies (1969)
  • Roman Britain.(1982)
  • The Oxford illustrated history of Roman Britain. (1993)
  • Roman Britain: a very short introduction (2000)
  • The Roman era: the British Isles, 55 BC-AD 410. (2002)

Savage[]

Savage, Anne

Sawyer[]

Sawyer, Peter Hayes (1928-2018) - Britischer Historiker, Spezialisiert auf das Mittelalterliche England und die Wikingerüberfälle, bekannt für seinen kommentierten Katalog von Angelsächsischen Urkunden, die nach seinem System heute nummeriert sind.

Sayles[]

Sayles, G. O.

  • mit Richardson, H. G. (1963). The Governance of Mediaeval England: From the Conquest to Magna Carta

Scales[]

Scales, Len

Scarisbrick[]

Scarisbrick, J. J. - Professor, britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf die Tudor-Zeit.

  • Henry VIII, 1968

Schoebe[]

Schoebe, G.

  • (Mai 1962). "The Chapters of Archbishop Oda (942/6) and the Canons of the Legatine Councils of 786". Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research

Schofield[]

Schofield, Guy

Schofield, John - Biograph von Thomas Cromwell, Abschluss in Reformationsgeschichte

Schrijver[]

Schrijver, Peter

  • (1995). Studies in British Celtic Historical Phonology

Scott[]

Scott, Forrest S.

  • (1952), "Earl Waltheof of Northumbria", Archaeologia Aeliana

Scott, W. W.

  • (2004). "William I [William the Lion] (c.1142–1214)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Scragg[]

Scragg, Donald

  • Apocryphal Texts and Traditions in Anglo-Saxon England (2003)
  • The Return of the Vikings: The Battle of Maldon 991 (2006)
  • Edgar King of the English: New Interpretations (2008)
  • Edgar, King of the English, 959-975 (2014)
  • Superstition and Popular Medicine in Anglo-Saxon England (ed., 1989)
  • mit Lapidge, Michael; Blair, John; Keynes, Simon (2001). The Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Anglo-Saxon England
    • "Battle of Brunanburh"

Searle[]

Searle, W. G.

  • (1897) Onomasticon Anglo-Saxonicum
  • (1899) Anglo-Saxon Bishops, Kings and Nobles

Seward[]

Seward, Desmond (*1935) britischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf Britannien und Frankreich im Spätmittelalter

  • The First Bourbon: Henri IV, King of France and Navarre (1971)
  • The Monks of War: The Military Religious Orders (1972)
  • Prince of the Renaissance (1973)
  • The Bourbon Kings of France (1976)
  • Eleanor of Aquitaine (1978)
  • The Hundred Years' War (1978)
  • Richard III (1983)
  • Henry V (Henry V as Warlord; 1987)
  • Sussex (1995)
  • The Wars of the Roses (1995)
  • The Last White Rose: The Spectre at the Tudor Court, 1485–1547 (2010; aka The Last White Rose: The Secret Wars of the Tudors).
  • The Demon's Brood: A History of the Plantagenet Dynasty (2014)

Sharp[]

Sharp, Sheila

  • (2001). "The West Saxon Tradition of Dynastic Marriage, with Special Reference to the Family of Edward the Elder" in Higham, N. J.; Hill, David (eds.). Edward the Elder 899–924
  • (1997). "England, Europe and the Celtic World: King Athelstan's Foreign Policy". Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester

Sharpe[]

Sharpe, Richard

  • "Naming of Bishof Ithamar" in English Historical Review
  • mit Thacker, Alan (eds.). Local Saints and Local Churches in the Early Medieval West

Sheldon[]

Sheldon, Harvey

Shoemaker[]

Shoemaker, Robert Brink

Simek[]

Simek, Rudolf

  • "The emergence of the viking age: circumstances and conditions"

Simmons[]

Simmons, Robert

  • "722 and all that" in Cornish World Magazine Aug-Sept 2009

Simpson[]

Simpson, Grant G.

  • mit Stones, E. L. G., Edward I and the Throne of Scotland: An Edition of the Record Sources for the Great Cause, 1979

Sims[]

Sims-Williams, Patrick

Siraut[]

Siraut, M. C.

  • mit Baggs, A. P. (1992). "Cannington". In Dunning, R. W.; Elrington, C. R. (eds.). A History of the County of Somerset: Volume 6: Andersfield, Cannington, and North Petherton Hundreds (Bridgwater and neighbouring parishes

Skene[]

Skene, Felix James Henry

Skene, William Forbes - Schottischer Historiker und Antiquar (1809-1892)

Skinner[]

Skinner, Patricia

  • (ed.). Challenging the Boundaries of Medieval History: The Legacy of Timothy Reuter

Slaughter[]

Slaughter, D. H.

  • Rulers of the Soth Saxons before 825

Smith[]

Smith, Earnest F.

  • mit Fairbairn, W. H. (ed.). Tewkesbury Abbey. Notes on Famous Churches and Abbeys. [1916]

Smith, Harold R.

  • (1953). Saxon England: A Political History of the English Dark Ages

Smith, Joshua Byron

  • (2017) Walter Map and the Matter of Britain

Smith, Mary Frances

Smith, Scott Thompson

  • (2012). Land and Book: Literature and Land Tenure in Anglo-Saxon England

Smith, Sharon

Smyth[]

Smyth, Alfred P. - irischer Historiker, spezialisiert auf das Mittelalter der Britischen Inseln.

  • Scandinavian Kings in the British Isles, (1977)
  • Warlords and Holy Men: Scotland AD 80-1000, (1984)
  • Scandinavian York and Dublin: The history and archaeology of two related Viking kingdoms, (1987)
  • mit Williams, Ann; Kirby, D. P. - A Biographical Dictionary of Dark Age Britain: England, Scotland and Wales c. 500 – c. 1050, (1991)
  • King Alfred the Great, (1995)
  • (2002). The Medieval Life of King Alfred the Great: A Translation and Commentary on the Text Attributed to Asser

Snyder[]

Snyder, Christopher Allen - Professor für Europäische Geschichte, Ph. D. in Mittelalterlicher Geschichte

  • An Age of Tyrants: Britain and the Britons, A.D. 400–600
  • The World of King Arthur
  • The Britons (The Peoples of Europe)
  • Early Peoples of Britain and Ireland: An Encyclopedia

South[]

South, Ted Johnson

  • (2002). Historia de Sancto Cuthberto

Southern[]

Southern, Richard

  • (1941) "St Anselm and His English Pupils". Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies

Spisak[]

Spisak, James W.

  • (1985). Studies in Malory

Stafford[]

Stafford, Pauline - Professorin für Frühmittelalterliche Geschichte an der Liverpool University, spezialisert auf die Geschichte von Frauen und den Geschlechtern in England und Frankreich vom 8. bis 12. Jh.,

  • (2006) Gender, Family and the Legitimation of Power: England from the Ninth to Early Twelfth Century
  • (1997) Queen Emma and Queen Edith: queenship and women's power in eleventh-century England
  • (1989) Unification and conquest. A political and social history of England in the tenth and eleventh centuries
  • (1983) Queens, Concubines and Dowagers. The Kings's Wife in the Early Middle Ages
  • (2009) A Companion to the Early Middle Ages: Britain and Ireland c.500- c.1100
  • Artikel
    • (1981) "The king's wife in Wessex 800-1066." in Past and Present 91
    • (1981) "Charles the Bald, Judith and England". In Gibson, Margaret; Nelson, Janet L. (eds.). Charles the Bald: Court and Kingdom
    • (1993) "The portrayal of royal women in England, mid-tenth to mid-twelfth centuries." In Medieval queenship
    • (1994) "Women and the Norman Conquest" in Transactions of the Royal Historical Society
    • (2001) "Political women in Mercia, eighth to early tenth centuries." In Brown, Michelle P.; Farr, Carol A. (eds.) Mercia. An Anglo-Saxon kingdom in Europe
    • (2001). "Ealdorman" in Lapidge, Michael; Blair, John; Keynes, Simon; Scragg, Donald (eds.). The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Anglo-Saxon England
    • (2004) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
      • (2004). "Eadgifu (b. in or before 904, d. in or after 966), queen of the Anglo-Saxons, consort of Edward the Elder".
      • "Ælfgifu [Ælfgifu of Northampton] (fl. 1006–1036), first consort of King Cnut"
    • (2007) "The Anglo-Saxon Chronicles, identity and the making of England." Haskins Society Journal
    • (2008) "'The Annals of Æthelflæd'. Annals, History and Politics in Early Tenth-Century England." In Barrow, Julia; Wareham, Andrew (eds.) Myth, rulership, church and charters. Essays in honour of Nicholas Brooks
    • "Succession and Inheritance: a Gendered Perspective on Alfred's Family History". In Reuter, Timothy (ed.). Alfred the Great.
    • "The Reign of Æthelred II. A Study in the Limitations on Royal Policy and Action." In Hill, David Ethelred the Unready. Papers from the Millenary Conference

Stancliffe[]

Stancliffe, Clare

  • Oswald: Northumbrian King to European Saint

Stanton[]

Stanton, Richard

Starkey[]

Starkey, David - britischer Historiker und Autor (*1945)

  • 1985: This Land of England
  • 1986: The Reign of Henry VIII: Personalities and Politics
  • 1986: Revolution Reassessed: Revisions in the History of Tudor Government and Administration
  • 1987: The English Court from the Wars of the Roses to the Civil War
  • 1990: Rivals in Power: the Lives and Letters of the Great Tudor Dynasties
  • 1991: Henry VIII: A European Court in England
  • 1998: The Inventory of Henry VIII: The Transcript
  • 2000: Elizabeth: Apprenticeship
  • 2000: The Stuart Courts - Foreword
  • 2002: The Inventory of Henry VIII: Essays and Illustrations
  • 2003: The Six Wives: The Queens of Henry VIII
  • 2003: Elizabeth I: The Exhibition Catalogue
  • 2004: The Books of King Henry VIII and His Wives - Introduction and Preface
  • 2004: The Monarchy of England: The Beginnings
  • 2006: Monarchy: From the Middle Ages to Modernity
  • 2007: Making History: Antiquaries in Britain, 1707-2007 - Introduction
  • 2008: Henry: Virtuous Prince
  • 2009: Introduction to Henry VIII; Man & Monarch
  • 2010: Crown and Country

Starr[]

Starr, Brian Daniel

Stenton[]

Stenton, Frank Merry - britischer Mittelalterhistoriker (1880-1967).

  • 1961: The First Century of English Feudalism, 1066–1166
  • 1943: Anglo-Saxon England, Oxford History of England
  • 1908: William the Conqueror and the rule of the Normans
  • 1910: Types of manorial structure in the northern Danelaw
  • 1926: The free peasantry of the northern Danelaw
  • 1957: The Bayeux tapestry; a comprehensive survey

Stephen[]

Stephen, Leslie

  • Dictionary of National Biography

Stephens[]

Stephens, Thomas - (1821-1875) Walisischer Apotheker, Historiker und Kritiker.

  • The Literature of the Kymry (1849)
  • The History of Trial by Jury in Wales
  • Werk über das Leben von Aneirin
  • Englische Übersetzung des Y Gododdin

Stephens, W. R. W.

  • mit Leyser, Henrietta (2004) "Berhtwald (c.650–731)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Steuer[]

Steuer, Heiko

Stevenson[]

Stevenson, Joseph

  • ed. (1853). The Church Historians of England
  • Documents Illustrative of the History of Scotland, 1870
  • (1838), Nennii Historia Britonum

Stevenson, William Henry

  • ed. (1904). Asser's Life of King Alfred together with the annals of Saint Neots erroneously ascribed to Asser
  • (neu 2013) Asser's Life of King Alfred: Asserius De Rebus Gestis Ælfredi
  • (15 September 1906). "The Battle of Ethandun". The Athenaeum Journal

Stones[]

Stones, E. L. G.

  • mit Simpson, Grant G., Edward I and the Throne of Scotland: An Edition of the Record Sources for the Great Cause, 1979
  • Anglo-Scottish Relations 1174–1328, 1970

Storm[]

Storm, Gustav

  • (1877), Historisk Tidskrift II:1

Story[]

Story, Joanna - Professorin für frühmittelalterliche Geschichte an der Universität von Leicester

  • Carolingian connections: Anglo-Saxon England and Carolingian Francia, c. 750-870

Strickland[]

Strickland, Agnes - englische Chronistin und Poetin (1796-1874)

  • Historical Tales of Illustrious British Children, (1833)
  • Pilgrims of Walsingham (1835)
  • Tales and Stories from History (1836)
  • Historic Scenes and Poetic Fancies (1850)
  • Lives of the Queens of England from the Norman Conquest (1867)
  • Letters of Mary, Queen of Scots (1842–43)
  • Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses Connected with the Royal Succession of Great Britain (1850–59)
  • Lives of the Bachelor Kings of England (1861) (Biographien von Wilhelm II RufusEdward VEdward VI)
  • Lives of the Seven Bishops Committed to the Tower in 1688 (1866)
  • Lives of the Tudor Princesses, Including Lady Jane Gray and Her Sisters,(1868)
  • Lives of the Last Four Princesses of the Royal House of Stuart (1872)

Strutt[]

Strutt, Joseph

  • The Chronicle of England (1777-1778)
  • From the accession of Egbert to the Norman Conquest

Sturdy[]

Sturdy, David

  • (1995). Alfred the Great

Sunderland[]

Sunderland, Luke

  • (2010). Old French Narrative Cycles: Heroism Between Ethics and Morality

Swanton[]

Swanton, Michael (*1939) britischer Historiker, Linguist, Archäologe, Literaturkritiker, spezialisiert auf die Angelsächsische Zeit und altenglische Literatur.

  • Bücher
    • 1971: An Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
    • 1975: Arthurian Sites in the West
    • 1977: Exploring Early Britain
    • 1984: Three Lives of the Last Englishmen - Über die Biographien von Harald II Godwinson, Hereward der Wächter und Bischof Wulfstan.
    • 1996: The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
    • 2010: The Lives of Two Offas: Vitae Offarum Duorum
  • Artikel
    • 1968: 'The Battle of Maldon: a literary caveat', Journal of English and Germanic Philology
    • 1995: 'The Bayeux Tapestry: epic narrative, not stichic but stitched', The Formation of Culture in Medieval Britain
    • 2000: 'King Alfred's ships: text and context', Anglo-Saxon England
    • 2017: 'Ethelred the Unready's gift to parturient women: an agate touch-stone said to ease childbirth', De Partu

Sykes[]

Sykes, Bryan - britischer Professor für Humangenetik an der Universität Oxford

  • Blood of the Isles: Exploring the Genetic Roots of Our Tribal History (2005)

Syme[]

Syme, Ronald (1903-1989) - neuseeländischer Historiker, Wird weltweit als der größte Historiker des 20. Jh. über das Antike Rom angesehen.

Mittelalter und Anike[]

Snorri Sturluson (1179-1241) isländischer Dichter und Historiker.

Stephen of Ripon (fl. 8. Jh.) - auch Eddius Stephanus.

  • Vita Sancti Wilfrithi - Life of Saint Wilfrid

Strabo - antiker griechischer Geschichtsschreiber und Geograph. (63 v. Chr. bis 23 n. Chr.)

Sueton(ius) - Gaius Suetonius Tranquilius - römischer Schriftsteller, lebte um 70 bis 122 n. Chr.

  • De vita Caesarum libri VIII = Acht Bücher über das Leben der Kaiser

Symeon of Durham (✝ nach 1129); englischer Chronist, Mönch in der Priorei Durham

Romanautoren[]

Scarrows, Simon

  • Adler-Serie
    • Under the Eagle
    • The Eagle's Conquest
    • When the Eagle Hunts
    • The Eagle and the Wolves
    • The Eagle's Prey
    • Blood Crows
    • Brothers in Blood

Schweitzer, Darrell

  • 1995 The Epilogue of the Sword

Scott, Manda

  • Boudicaserie
    • Dreaming the Eagle
    • Dreaming the Bull
    • Dreaming the Hound
    • Dreaming the Serpent-Spear

Silver, Steven H.

  • After Hastings (2020)

Stewart, Mary

  • The Crystal Cave

Sutcliff, Rosemary

  • 1963 Sword at Sunset
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