Tuesday, December 25, 2018

'Charlemagne Robert Folz\r'

'Frannzen Linares Thursday, October 14, 2010 fellowship Summary of Source. Report #1 †Charlemagne Robert Folz. The enthronisation of Charlemagne(Book), first pen in french in 1964, this go for is now useable in English translation. Robert Folz is well know for his monumental studies of the legend of Charlemagne in the set ages. Robert Folz was a French medievalist and a specialiser in the Carolignan era; for this reason he is better qualified than most historians to remove a deep understanding of the efforts and signifance of Charlemagne for France and Europe.Folz concentrates on the growth of Frankish power, starting with Clovis and jumper lead to Charlemagne. The focus is on political and spiritual developpments that explain the imperial enthronement, rather than on social and economic history. Folz presents all this with transience and clearly; the elegance of style shows his familarity with the ancestor material. He wrote numerous books all tie in and similar to Charlemagne such as: * (French) Le souvenir et la legende de Charlemagne dans lEmpire germanique medieval. (1950) * The concept of pudding stone in Western Europe from the twenty percent to the fourteenth century. 1953, translation make 1969) * The coronation of Charlemagne. 25 December 800. (1964, translation published 1974) * (French) Les saints rois du Moyen Age en Occident, (VIe-XIIIe siecles). (1984) * (French) Les saintes reines du Moyen Age en Occident (VIe-XIIIe siecles). (1992) This book also uses extraits and portions of the book â€Å"Life of Charlemagne”(Vita Karoli Magni) which was written by a man named Einhard who actually was a devote servant of Charlemagne which adds to the reliability of this book.At the same term, he uses extraits from letters written by a man named Alcuin to Charlemagne himself and books written at the time and date back to Charlemagnes reign. Book written by Robert Folz and translated by J. E Anderson, the publishing company of th is book is London : Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1974 and is a reading of: ‘Le Couronnement imperial de Charlemagne (trente jours qui ont fait la France : 25 decembre 800). Paris : Gallimard, 1964 The company has also published a book with a niggling portion of the life of charlemagne, The Philosophy of derriere Scottus Eriugena: A Study of Idealism in the Middle Ages By Dermot Moran.\r\n'

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