Cudorge Bibliography

List of References

Primary Sources

Fredegar, Heta. Chronicarum libri IV cum continuationibus, ed. B. Krusch, MGH SRM, II, Hanover, 18–93, 1888. Translated by J. M. Wallace-Hadrill, The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar: With Its Continuations. Westport: Greenwood Press Publishers, 1960.

Gregory of Tours. Decem Libri Historiarum, ed. corr. B. Krusch, MGH SRM, I, Hanover, 1–537, 1951. Translated by O. M. Dalton, The History of the Franks, Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1927.

Secondary Sources

Aali, Heta. Merovingian Queenship in Early Nineteenth-Century French Historiography. PhD dissertation, University of Turku, 2017.

Barbier, Josiane. “Les actes mérovingiens pour Saint-Médard de Soissons: une révision.” In Saint-Médard. Trésors d’une abbaye royale, textes et iconographie réunis par D. Defente, edited by Dennis Defente, 179–241. Paris: Somogy, 1996.

Barbier, Josiane. “Les palais francs avant Charlemagne.” In Les Carolingiens dans le bassin mosan autour des palais de Herstal et de Jupille, edited by Florence Close, Alain Dierkens and Alexis Wilkin, 19-28. Liège: Institut du Patrimoine Wallon, 2014.

Craft, Brandon Taylor. Queenship, intrigue and blood-feud: deciphering the causes of the Merovingian civil wars, 561-613. PhD dissertation, Louisiana State University, 2013.

Dailey, Erin Thomas. Queens, Consorts, Concubines, Gregory of Tours and Women of the Merovingian Elite. Boston: Brill, 2015.

Duggan, Anne J. Queens and Queenship in Medieval Europe. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 1997.

Earenfight, Theresa. Queenship in Medieval Europe. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.

Filion, Sébastien. Histoire et rhétorique: Grégoire de Tours et les guerres civiles mérovingiennes. PhD dissertation, Université de Montréal, 2017.

García Moreno, Luis A. “La Andalucía de San Isidoro”. Actas del III Congreso de Historia de Andalucía. Córdoba: Publicaciones de la Consejería de Cultura y Medio Ambiente de la Junta de Andalucía y Obra Social y Cultural Cajasur, 1994.

Gradowicz-Pancer, Nira. “De-gendering female violence: Merovingian female honour as an ‘exchange of violence’.” Early Medieval Europe 11 (2003): 1–18.

Harrison, Dick. The Age of Abbesses and Queens – Gender and Political Culture in Early Medieval Europe. Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 1998.

Hartmann, Martina. “Concubina vel regina? Zu einigen Ehefrauen und Konkubinen der karolingischen Könige. ” Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters, 63 (2007): 545–568.

Hartmann, Martina. Die Königin im frühen Mittelalter. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2009.

Helly, Dorothy O. and Reverby, Susan M. Gendered Domains: Rethinking Public and Private in Women’s History. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992.

Hartmann, Martina. “Zwischen Polygamie und Heiligkeit: merowingische Königinnen.” In Königinnen der Merowinger. Adelsgräber aus den Kirchen von Köln, Saint-Denis, Chelles und Frankfurt, edited by Kirsti Stöckmann, Egon Wamers and Patrick Périn, 19–36. Regensburg: Schnell & Steiner, 2012.

Karras, Ruth Mazo. “The history of marriage and the myth of Friedelehe.” Early Medieval Europe, 14 (2006): 119–151.

Karras, Ruth Mazo. “Marriage, Concubinage, and the Law.” In Law and the Illicit in Medieval Europe, edited by Ruth Mazo Karras, Joel Kaye and E. Ann Matter, 117–129. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2008.

Layher, William. Queenship and Voice in Medieval Northern Europe. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

Le Jan, Régine. “Les reines franques du VIe au Xe siècle : de la sphère privée à la sphère publique?.” In Augusta, Regina, Basilissa. La souveraine de l’Empire romain au Moyen-Âge, entre héritages et métamorphoses, edited by François Chausson and Sylvain Destephen, 81–101. Paris: Éditions de Boccard.

Lubich, Gerhard. “Inceste, meurtre en famille et guerres civiles. L’héritier, la famille et la dynastie mérovingiens au début du VIe siècle.” In Inheritance, law and religions in the ancient and mediaeval worlds, edited by Béatrice Caseau-Chevalier and Sabine R. Huebner, 215–226. Paris: Association des Amis du Centre d'Histoire et Civilisation de Byzance, 2014.

McNamara, Jo Ann and Suzanne Fonay Wemple. “The Power of Women through the Family in Medieval Europe: 500-1100.” In Women and power in the Middle Ages, edited by Mary Erler et Maryanne Kowaleski, 83–101. Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press, 1988.

Nelson, Janet L. “Was Charlemagne’s Court a Courtly Society?.” In Court Culture in the Early Middle Ages, edited by Catherine Cubitt, 39–57. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2003.

Pancer, Nira, Sans peur et sans vergogne: de l’honneur et des femmes aux premiers temps mérovingiens (VIe-VIIe siècles), Paris: Albin Michel, 2001.

Parsons, John Carmi. Medieval Queenship. New York: St. Martins’ Press, 1993.

Rüdiger, Jan. All the King’s Women: Polygyny and Politics in Europe, 900-1250. Leiden: Brill, 2020.

Santinelli-Foltz, Emmanuelle. “Brunehilde, Bathilde, Hildegarde, Richilde, Gerberge étaient-elles considérées comme des femmes de pouvoir? La perception masculine du pouvoir royal féminin et son évolution du VIe au Xe siècle.” In Femmes de pouvoir et pouvoir des femmes dans l’Occident médiéval et moderne, edited by Emmanuelle Santinelli-Foltz and Armel Nayt-Dubois, 61–82. Valenciennes: Presses Universitaires de Valenciennes, 2009.

Stafford, Pauline. Queens, concubines, and dowagers: the king’s wife in the early Middle Ages. London: Washington, D.C: Leicester University Press, 1998.

Walthall, Anne, (ed.) Servants of the Dynasty. Palace Women in World History. Berkeley/Los Angeles: University of California, 2008.