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This pioneering book studies the function and status of the written word in Carolingian society in France and Germany in the eighth- and ninth-centuries. Key topics discussed include law and the use of the written word, the economic and social status of the book in Carolingian society and the whole question of lay literacy.
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"Scholars will find this book an essential reference book for questions of medieval European literacy. It is invaluable in its wealth of information about manuscripts, scribes, monastic patrons, Carolingian nobility, and lay owners of books." Marsha L. Dutton, Hanover College, in The Library Quarterly
"McKitterick has written an important book which more than repays careful study. She has opened areas for examination which will be expanded, and those topics which she has neglected -- inscriptions are a good example, which she notes -- will be developed. Her fine manuscript index is very helpful.... McKitterick's work makes a contribution to current historical debate far in excess of its intended compass." Bernard S. Bachrach, Journal of Interdisciplinary History
This pioneering book studies the function and status of the written word in Carolingian society in France and Germany in the eighth- and ninth-centuries. It demonstrates that literacy was by no means confined to a clerical élite, but was dispersed in lay society and used for government and administration, and for ordinary legal transactions among the peoples of the Frankish kingdom. While exploiting a huge range of primary material, Professor McKitterick does not confine herself to a functional analysis of the written word in Carolingian northern Europe but goes on to assess the consequences and implications of literacy for the Franks themselves and for the subsequent development of European society after 1000. Key topics discussed include law and the use of the written word, the conduct and record of legal transactions, the economic and social status of the book in Carolingian society, the methods evolved to organize and define written knowledge, and the whole question of lay literacy.
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Buchbeschreibung Cambridge University Press, 12.01.2008., 2008. Zustand: Sehr gut. Auflage: New. 308 Seiten Sehr frisches Exemplar. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 527 22,9 x 15,2 x 2,0 cm, Taschenbuch. Artikel-Nr. 69978
Buchbeschreibung cambridge university press 1989, 1989. Gewicht in Gramm: 550 leichte gebrauchsspuren,innen sauber. Artikel-Nr. 121326