chronicle of the Slavs by Helmold

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  • Vicelinus, -- Saint, Bishop of Oldenburg, -- d. 1154.,
  • Henry, -- Duke of Saxony, -- 1129-1195.,
  • Slavs -- Germany.,
  • Lübeck (Principality) -- History.,
  • Holstein -- History -- To 1366.,
  • Denmark -- History -- To 1241.,
  • Lübeck (Germany) -- History.,
  • Germany -- History -- 843-1273.

About the Edition

xii, 321 p. illus. (map) diagr. 24 cm.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [283]-297.

Book details

Statementby Helmold, priest of Bosau. Translated with introduction and notes by Francis Joseph Tschan.
SeriesRecords of civilization: sources and studies -- no. 21., Records of civilization, sources and studies -- no. 21.
ContributionsTschan, Francis Joseph, 1881-1947.
LC ClassificationsDD145 .H482 1935
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 321 p.
Number of Pages321
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17773066M
LC Control Number35023603
OCLC/WorldCa1965757, 57450482, 37470354

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The background of Helmold’s Chronicle 3: The Church on the frontier Helmold’s life Helmold and his critics Helmold’s style The transmission of the text 36 THE CHRONICLE OF THE SLAVS: BOOK ONE [Preface] 1.

The divisions of the Slavs 2. The city of Jumne : The Chronicle of the Slavs written by the venerable priest Helmold. The Second Book [Here Begins the Second Book] [1] The Preface of the Following Work Among writers of history there are few to be found who present what has happened with absolute fidelity of be sure, the different inclinations of men, springing very often from a corrupted source, can be promptly discerned chronicle of the Slavs book.

The Chronicle of the Slavs written by the venerable priest Helmold. The First Book. Preface. To the reverend lords and fathers, canons of the holy church at Lubeck, Helmold, unworthy servant of the church which is in Bosau, voluntarily acknowledges the obedience he owes.

OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages illustrations, map 24 cm. Contents: I. Introduction --The background of Helmold's chronicle --The church on the frontier --Helmold's life --Helmold and his critics --Helmold's style --The transmission of the text chronicle of the Slavs: Book One --The divisions of the Slavs --The city of Jumne --How Charles converted the Saxons to the.

The Chronicle of the Slavs Issue 21 of Records of civilization, Columbia University Dept. of history /. Issue 21 of Records of civilization, sources and studies Issue 21 of Records of civilization, sources and studies, ed. under the auspices of the Dept. of history, Columbia University: Author: Helmold: Editor: Francis Joseph Tschan: Translated by.

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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Helmold’s chronicle is an important source for the history of the Polabian Slavs, as well as of the socio-political situation in the Baltic region in the twelfth century.

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