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[]


Wacher, J. S.


Wade, John

  • (1843). British history, chronologically arranged; comprehending a classified analysis of events and occurrences in church and state


Wainwright, F. T.

  • (1975) Scandinavian England: Collected Papers
  • Saga book of the Viking Society (1950)


Walker, David

  • (2004). "Gruffudd ap Llywelyn (d. 1063)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography

Walker, Ian W.


Wallis, Keith

  • mit Powell, J. Enoch (1968). The House of Lords in the Middle Ages: A History of the English House of Lords to 1540


Walsh, Michael J.

  • (2007) A New Dictionary of Saints: East and West


Walters, Lori

  • (2001). Lancelot and Guinevere: A Casebook


Ward, Simon - britischer Archäologe beim Chester City Council's Archaeology Service

  • Chester: A History
  • "Edward the Elder and the Re-establishment of Chester" in Edward the Elder

Ward-Perkins, Bryan - Historiker und Archäologe, spezialisiert auf spätes Römisches Imperium und Frühmittelalter

  • "Why Did The Anglo-Saxons not Become More British?" (English Historical Review, June 2000)
  • The Fall of Rome and the End of Civilization (2005)


Wareham, Andrew

  • mit Barrow, Julia (eds.). Myth, Rulership, Church and Charters
  • Lords and Communities in Early Medieval East Anglia, Institute of Historical Research
  • (2004) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
    • "Plegemund (d. 914)"
    • "Æthelred (d. 888)"
    • "Ceolnoth (d. 870)"
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 17 (1994)
      • "Ramseyer, Valerie - Ecclesiastical reorganisation in the principality of Salerno in the late lombard and early norman period"
      • "The motives and politics of the Bigod family, c.1066-1177"
    • Vol. 22 (1999) "The 'Feudal Revolution' in Eleventh-Century East Anglia"
    • Vol. 29 (2007) mit Wei, Xiangdong - "Taxation and the Economy in Late Eleventh"
    • Vol. 36 (2013) "The Redaction of Cartularies and Economic Upheaval in western England c.996-1096"


Warner, Dr. Peter

  • The origins of SUFFOLK (1996)
  • ‘Pre-Conquest Territorial and Administrative Organisation in East Suffolk’, in Hooke, D. (ed.), Anglo-Saxon Settlement (1988)

Warner, Philip

  • British Battlefields: The Midlands


Warnicke, Retha M. - amerikanische Historikerin, spezialisiert auf die Tudor-Zeit. am besten bekannt für ihre kontroversen Theorien über Heinrich VIII's zweite Frau Anne Boleyn

  • The Rise and Fall of Anne Boleyn: Family politics at the court of Henry VIII (1989)
  • The Marrying of Anne of Cleves: Royal Protocol in Tudor England (2002)
  • Mary, Queen of Scots (2006)
  • Wicked Women of Tudor England: Queens, Aristocrats, and Commoners (2012)
  • Elizabeth of York and Her Six Daughters-in-Law: Fashioning Tudor Queenship, 1485–1547 (2017)


Webster, Graham Alexander (1913-2001) - britischer Archäologe, spezialisiert auf romano-britische Archäologie.


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Alison Weir (*1951) britische Autorin von Geschichtsbüchern und biographischen Romanen.


Welch, Martin G.

  • The early Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of southern Britain: AD 450 - 650 (2014)
  • The glass beads of Anglo-Saxon England c. AD 400 - 700 (1999)
  • Book of Anglo-Saxon England (1993)
  • The archaeology of state formation: the creation of kingdoms in Kent, Sussex and Wessex AD 410 to 750 (2013)
  • The Mid Saxon "Final" Phase (2011)
  • Beyond the Tribal Hidage: using portable antiquities to explore early Anglo-Saxon kingdoms in southern England (2010)
  • Anglo-Saxon Kent to AD 800 (2007)
  • Cross-Channel Contacts between Anglo-Saxon England and Merovingian Francia (Essay, 2006)
  • The archaeology of Mercia (Essay, 2001) - In: Mercia. An Anglo-Saxon Kingdom in Europe
  • Relating Anglo-Saxon Chronology to Continental Chronologies in the fifth Century AD (Essay, 1999) - In: Völker an Nord- und Ostsee und die Franken
  • The archaeological evidence for federate settlement in Britain within the fifth century (Essay, 1993) - In: L'Armée romaine et les barbares du IIIe au VIIe siècle
  • The kingdom of the South Saxons: the origins (Essay, 1989) - In: The origins of Anglo-Saxon kingdoms
  • Early Anglo-Saxon Sussex: from civitas to shire (Essay, 1978) - In: The South Saxons
  • Late Romans and Saxons in Sussex (Essay, 1971) - In: Britannia vol. 2


Wheeler, Robert Eric Mortimer - britischer Archäologe (1890-1976)

  • Segontium and the Roman Occupation of Wales (1923)
  • Prehistoric and Roman Wales (1925)
  • The Roman Fort Near Brecon (1926)
  • London and the Vikings (1927)
  • London in Roman Times (1930)
  • London and the Saxons (1935)
  • Verulamium: A Belgic and Two Roman Cities (1936)


Whitaker, John

  • (1809). The Life of Saint Neot the oldest of all brothers to King Alfred


White, Isobel "Sally" Mary (1912-1997) englisch-australische Anthropologin

  • (1999). "A Mid-Fifth Century Hoard of Roman and Pseudo-Roman Material from Patching, West Sussex". Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies.
  • Early Saxon Sussex c.410-c.650
  • "The Patching hoard" in Medieal Archaeology


Whitelock, Dorothy (1901-1982) - englische Historikerin, spezialisiert auf frühmittelalterliche Dokumente

  • English Historical Documents, vol. I: c. 500-1042 (1979)
  • The Beginnings of English Society (1952)
  • After Bede (1960)
  • The Audience of Beowulf (1951)
  • Genuine Asser (1967)
  • The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle
  • Anglo-Saxon Wills
  • Fact and Fiction in the Legend of St. Edmund
  • (1965). "Wulfstan at York". In Bessinger, Jess B.; Creed, Robert P. (eds.). Franciplegius: Medieval and Linguistic Studies in Honor of Francis Peabody Magoun Jr


Wickham, Chris


Wilentz, Abigail

  • (2009). Relationship Devotional: 365 Lessons to Love & Learn


Williams, Ann (*1937) - britische Historikerin und Autorin

  • mit Kirby, D. P.; Smyth, Alfred P. - A Biographical Dictionary of Dark Age Britain: England, Scotland, and Wales, c.500–c.1050 (1991)
    • "Athelstan king of Kent d. c. 852"
    • "Ælfflæd queen d. after 920"
    • "Æthelwold Ætheling d. 903"
    • "Burgred King of Mercia 852–874"
    • "Athelstan, king of Wessex 924-39"
    • "Osthryth"
  • mit Martin, G. H., eds. (2003), Domesday Book: A Complete Translation
  • mit Erskine, R. W. H. (eds.), The Northamptonshire and Rutland Domesday
  • The English and the Norman Conquest (1995)
  • Kingship and Government in Pre-Conquest England, c. 500–1066 (1999)
  • Æthelred the Unready: the ill-counselled king (2003)
  • The World Before Domesday: the English aristocracy, 900–1066 (2008)
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 1 (1978) "Some notes and considerations on problems connected with the English Royal Succession 860-1066"
    • Vol. 3 (1980) "Land and power in the eleventh Century: the estates of Harold Godwineson"
    • Vol. 8 (1985) "Knights of Shaftesbury Abbey"
    • Vol. 24 (2001) "Thegnly piety and ecclesiastical patronage in the late Old English kingdom"
    • Vol. 34 (2012) "The Piety of Earl Godwine"
    • Vol. 39 (2016) "Of Danes and Thegns and Domesday Book: Scandinavian Settlement in eleventh-century Berkshire"
  • Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
    • "Aethelred (d. after 704)"
    • "Bregowine (d. 764)"
    • "Æthelheard (d. 805)"
    • "Ælfgar, earl of Mercia (d. 1060)"
    • "Godgifu (d. 1067?)"
    • "Godwine", 2004
    • "Eadred (d. 955)", 2004
    • "Edmund I (920/21–946)"

Williams, Edward - siehe Iolo Morganwg

Williams, G.

  • (2017). England, 865–1066: Viking Warrior Versus Anglo-Saxon Warrior

Williams, Hannah

Williams, Howard

  • Death and Memory in Early Medieval Britain

Williams, Jane (1806-1885) - walisische Schriftstellerin und Bardin

Williams, John

  • (1860) (ed.). Brut y Tywysogion
  • Llyfr Baglan: or The Book of Baglan. Compiled Between the Years 1600 and 1607

Williams, Robert

Wiliams, Taliesin - Walisischer Poet und Autor, Sohn von Iolo Morganwg.


Winterbottom, M.


Witney, K. P.

  • (1987). "The Period of Mercian Rule in Kent, and a Charter of A. D. 811". Archæologia Cantiana. CIV: 87–113


Wolcottl, Darrell


Wolfthal, D.

  • (2000) (ed.), Peace and Negotiation: Strategies for Coexistence in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, Arizona Studies in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance


Wood, Ian N. (*1950) - britischer Historiker für frühmitelalterliche Geschichte, Professor an der Universität von leeds, Spezialisiert auf die Geschichte der Merovingischen Dynastie und die Missionarsarbeit auf dem europäischen Kontinent. "Der führende britische Historiker auf für das Frankenland".

  • The Merovingian Kingdoms (450-751) (1994)
  • Gregory of Tours (1994)
  • The Missionary Life (2001)
  • The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages (2013)
  • Abbots of Wearmouth and Jarrow (2013)
  • The End of Roman Britain: Continental evidence and parallels
  • The Mission of Augustine of Canterbury to the English
  • (1987). "The Fall of the Western Empire and the End of Roman Britain". Britannia
  • mit Lund, Niels (eds.). People and places in Northern Europe 500-1600 : Essays in Honour of Peter Hayes Sawyer

Wood, Michael (*1948) - britischer Historiker und Herausgeber von Geschichtsdokumentationen. Besonders bekannt für seine Serien In Search of the Dark Ages, The Domesday Quest und The Story of England.

  • TV-Serien (Auswahl)
    • In Search of the Dark Ages (1979–81) BBC Dokumentation
      • In Search of Erik Bloodaxe, 26 March 1981
    • Domesday: A Search for the Roots of England (1986)
    • In Search of Beowulf (2009) (a.k.a. Michael Wood on Beowulf)
    • Michael Wood's Story of England (2010)
    • The Great British Story: A People's History (2012)
    • King Alfred and the Anglo Saxons (2013)
  • Bücher (Auswahl)
    • In Search of the Dark Ages (BBC Books, 1981)
    • (1999). In search of England
    • Domesday: A Search for the Roots of England (1988)
    • In Search of England: Journeys Into the English Past (1999)
    • The Story of England (2010)
    • The Domesday Quest
  • Artikel
    • "'Stand strong against the monsters': kingship and learning in the empire of king Æthelstan". In Wormald, Patrick; Nelson, Janet L. (eds.). Lay Intellectuals in the Carolingian World
    • (20 August 2013). "Aethelstan: The First King of England". King Alfred and the Anglo Saxons
    • (1980). "Brunanburh Revisited". Saga Book of the Viking Society for Northern Research


Wooding, Jonathan M.


Woolf, Alex - britischer Historiker, Hauptgebiet Geschichte der Britischen Inseln und Skandinaviens im frühen Mittelalter

  • From Pictland to Alba: Scotland, 789 to 1070, (2007)
    • "Amlaíb son of Ildulb and Cinaed Son of Mael Coluim"
    • "Constantine II"
  • Landscape and Environment in Dark Age Scotland, (2006)
  • The Age of the Sea-Kings: 900–1300
  • Artikel
    • (1998). "Eric Bloodaxe revisited". Northern History
    • (2001). "View from the West: An Irish Perspective". Higham, N. J.; Hill, David (eds.). Edward the Elder 899–924
    • (2006) "The Age of the Sea-Kings: 900–1300" in Omand, Donald: The Argyll Book
    • (2005) "The origins and ancestry of Somerled: Gofraid mac Fergusa and 'The Annals of the Four Masters'". Mediaeval Scandinavia
    • (2010). "Reporting Scotland in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle". In Reading the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle: Language, Literature, History.
    • (2013). "Scotland". in Stafford, Pauline (ed.). A Companion to the Early Middle Ages: Britain and Ireland c. 500-c. 1100


Wormald, Charles Patrick (1947-2004) - britischer Historiker

  • Bücher
    • mit Campbell, James; John, Eric (1982) The Anglo-Saxons
      • "The Age of Bede and Æthelbald"
      • "The age of Offa and Alcuin"
      • "The Ninth Century"
    • mit Nelson, Janet (eds.). Lay Intellectuals in the Carolingian World
    • 2006, The Times of Bede: Studies in Early English Christian Society and its Historian
    • 2005, The First Code Of English Law
    • 1999, The making of English law: King Alfred to the twelfth century
    • 1999, Legal culture in the early medieval west: law as text, image and experience.
    • 1983, Ideal and reality in Frankish and Anglo-Saxon Society: studies presented to John Michael Wallace-Hadrill.
  • Artikel
    • 2005, "Kings and kingship" in The new Cambridge medieval history: Vol. 1 c.500–c.700.
    • 2001 "Kingship and Royal Property from Æthelwulf to Edward the Elder" in Higham, N. J.; Hill, David Edward the Elder 899-924
    • 1998, "Frederic William Maitland and the earliest English law" in Law and History Review, 16.
    • 1996, "The emergence of the Regnum Scottorum: a Carolingian hegemony" in Scotland in dark age Britain.
    • 1986, "Celtic and Anglo-Saxon kingship : Some Further Thoughts" in Sources of Anglo-Saxon culture.
    • 1994, "Laga Eadwardi: the Textus Roffensis and its context" in Anglo-Norman Studies, Vol. 17
    • 1978, "Æthelred the lawmaker" in Hill, David (ed.) Ethelred the Unready: papers from the millenary conference.
    • 1977, "Lex scripta and verbum regis: legislation and Germanic kingship from Euric to Cnut" in Early medieval kingship.
    • 2004 Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
      • "Wulfstan (d. 1023)"
      • "Æthelweard [Ethelwerd] (d. 998?)"
      • "Alfred (848/9–899)"


Wright, Christopher

Wright, Neil

  • "Geoffrey of Monmouth and Gildas" in Barber, Richard Arthurian Literature
  • Anglo-Norman Studies
    • Vol. 26 (2003) "Epic and Romance in the Chronicles of Anjou"
    • Vol. 31 (2009) "Twelfth-Century Receptions of a Text: Anglo-Norman Historians and Hegesippus"

Mittelalter und Antike[]

William of Jumièges (um 1000-1080) - einer der frühsten Schreiber, die von der Normannischen Eroberung von England berichteten.

William of Malmesbury - Chronist aus dem 12. Jh.

  • Chronicle of the Kings of England

William of Worcester (ca. 1415-1482) - englischer Chronist, Antiquar und Topograph.

  • Annales rerum Anglicarum (Geschichte von England unter Heinrich VI)
  • Geplante Beschreibung von Britannien, die nie verwirklicht wurde, doch seine Reisenotizen werden als wertvolle Hinterlassenschaften angesehen.


Whyte, Jack

  • Camulod Chronicles

Woodbury, Sarah

  • Gareth and Gwen Medieval Mystery Series