abril 25, 2013

La Europa medieval olvidada

La mayoría de quienes están interesados en estudios medievales encuentran que pueblos como ávaros, búlgaros, jázaros y cumanos casi han sido suprimidos de la historia, quedando aquella Europa del Este como un tema marginal y hasta exótico.

The Other Europe in the Middle Ages
Avars, Bulgars, Khazars and Cumans 
Edición de Florin Curta
Brill, 2007

Libro basado en las conferencias del Congreso Internacional de Estudios Medievales, Kalamazzo 2005-2007.

  1. Tivadar Vida, Conflict and coexistence: the local population of the Carpathian Basin under Avar rule (sixth to seventh century)
  2. Peter Stadler, Avar chronology revisited, and the question of ethnicity in the Avar qaganate 
  3. Péter Somogyi, New remarks on the flow of Byzantine coins in Avaria and Walachia during the second half of the seventh century 
  4. Uwe Fiedler, Bulgars in the Lower Danube region. A survey of the archaeological evidence and of the state of current research
  5. Orsolya Heinrich-Tamaska, Avar-age metalworking technologies in the Carpathian Basin (sixth to eighth century) 
  6. Bartłomiej Szymon Szmoniewski, Two worlds, one hoard: what do metal finds from the forest-steppe belt speak about?
  7. Florin Curta, The earliest Avar-age stirrups, or the “stirrup controversy” revisited
  8. Valeri Iotov, A note on the “Hungarian sabers” of medieval Bulgaria
  9. Veselina Vachkova, Danube Bulgaria and Khazaria as part of the Byzantine oikoumene 
  10. Tsvetelin Stepanov, From ‘steppe’ to Christian empire and back: Bulgaria between 800 and 1100
  11. Dimitri Korobeinikov, A broken mirror: the Kipçak world in the thirteenth century
  12. Victor Spinei, The Cuman bishopric – genesis and evolution 
  13. Florin Curta, The history and archaeology of the “other Europe”. A bibliography

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