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The Frankish Church$

J. M. Wallace-Hadrill

Print publication date: 1983

Print ISBN-13: 9780198269069

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: November 2003

DOI: 10.1093/0198269064.001.0001

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Chapter VII: The Merovingians and the Papacy

Chapter VII: The Merovingians and the Papacy

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The Frankish Church
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The general position of the papacy vis‐à‐vis the western kingdoms is discussed by W. Ullmann. The growth of Papal Government in the Middle Ages (London, 2nd edn. 1962); E. Ewig, ‘Zum christlichen Königsgedanken im Frühmittelalter’, Das Königtum (Lindau–Konstanz, 1956); E. Pfeil, Die fränkische und deutsche Romidee des frühen Mittelalters (Munīch, 1929); (p.426) R. Macaigne, L'Église mérovingienne et l'état pontifical (Paris, 1929); K. Hallinger, ‘Römische Voraussetzungen der bonifatianischen Wirksamkeit im Frankenreich’, Sankt Bonifatius Gedenkgabe (Fulda, 2nd edn. 1954). E. Caspar's great Geschichte des Papsttums, ii (1933) is fundamental for papal‐Frankish relations to the mid‐eighth century.

On Gregory the Great and Francia: F. Homes Dudden, Gregory the Great: his place in history and thought (London, 1905 and repr.); R. A. Markus, ‘Gregory the Great and a papal missionary strategy’, Studies in Church History, 6 (Cambridge, 1970); P. Meyvaert, papers in Benedict, Bede and Others (London, 1977); C. Dagens, Saint Grégoire le Grand: culture et expérience chrétiennes (Paris, 1977); and P. Grierson, ‘The Patrimonium Petri in illis Partibus and the pseudo‐imperial coinage in Frankish Gaul’, Rev. belge de numismatique, 150 (1959).

On liturgical relations: G. Dix, The Shape of the Liturgy (London, 1945); L. Duchesne, Les Origines du culte chrétien (Paris, 1925); 174. C. Vogel, La Discipline pénitentielle en Gaule des origines à la fin du viie siècle (Paris, 1952); M. Andrieu, ‘La liturgie romaine en pays franc et les ordines romani’, Les Ordines Romani du haut moyen âge, ii (Louvain, 1948); W. S. Porter and F. L. Cross, The Gallican Rite (London, 1958); A. Chavasse, Le Sacramentaire gélasien (Tournai, 1958); B. Moreton, The Eighth‐Century Gelasian Sacramentary (Oxford, 1976); and D. Sicard, La Liturgie de la mort dans l'église latine des origines à la réforme carolingienne (Münster, 1978). E. Bishop, Liturgica Historica (Oxford, 1918) should always be raided for its treasures. Spoleto, vii contains the following relevant papers: E. Delaruelle ‘L'Église romaine et ses relations avec l'église franque jusqu'en 800’; C. Vogel, ‘Les échanges liturgiques entre Rome et les pays francs jusqu’à l'époque de Charlemagne'; and, at great length, M. Maccarrone, ‘La dottrina del primato papale dal iv all’ viii secolo nelle relazioni con le chiese occidentali'.