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The penitential state : authority and atonement in the age of Louis the Pious, 814-840

Author: Mayke De Jong
Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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An evaluation of Emperor Louis the Pious' reign which examines Louis' public penance of 833.

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Genre/Form: Biography
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Named Person: Louis, Emperor; Louis, Emperor; Ludwig, Römisch-Deutsches Reich Kaiser I.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Mayke De Jong
ISBN: 9780521881524 0521881528
OCLC Number: 273823640
Description: xv, 317 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: The penitential state --
Louis the Pious (778-840) --
A boy who became a king --
Adolescentia --
The conquest of Aachen --
Dynasty --
Scapegoats and rebels --
Intermezzo --
833 and all that --
Restoration --
The last years --
Ninth-century narratives --
The court and its narratives --
The message from inside : annals --
Imperial imagery : Einhard --
A bishop's view : Thegan --
The corridors of power : the Astronomer --
Poetic praise : Ermold the Black --
With hindsight : Nithard on Louis the Pious --
Looking back in anger : Radbert on Wala --
Admonitio, correptio, increpatio --
Criticising rulers --
The watchman in the house of Israel --
The vocabulary of admonition and sin --
Royal admonition --
Admonition from beyond the grave --
From admonitio to increpatio --
The wages of sin (828-829) --
Scapegoats : Matfrid and Hugh --
Clades : the offended deity --
The winter assembly of 828-829 --
Letters from the palace --
A penitential synod : Paris, 829 --
Purity and danger (830-831) --
The reputation of the palace --
The one and only queen --
Sexual slander --
Purity and danger --
Rebellion and restoration --
Scandal and satisfaction (832-834) --
An unexpected visitor --
Debates on the Field of Lies --
Public sin and public penance --
The bishops argue their case --
The case against the bishops --
Some observations on 833 and ritual --
Turning the tables --
Epilogue: The penitential state after Louis the Pious.
Responsibility: Mayke de Jong.

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'... a profound explication of Carolingian political ideals and practices as they unfolded primarily between 822 and 840 ... [de Jong] has blended the delight in evoking historical contingency with Read more...

 
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