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An Empire of MemoryThe Legend of Charlemagne, the Franks, and Jerusalem before the First Crusade$

Matthew Gabriele

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780199591442

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199591442.001.0001

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(p.160) Appendix 1: Legend for Figure 1.1

(p.160) Appendix 1: Legend for Figure 1.1

Source:
An Empire of Memory
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

Miscellaneous Texts

  1. 1. Saint-Gall: late ninth century Notker the Stammerer, Vita Karoli Magni

  2. 2. Vienne: late ninth century Ado of Vienne, Martyrologium

  3. 3. Reichenau: tenth century Translatio sanguinis

  4. 4. Monte Soratte: mid-tenth century Benedict of Monte Soratte, Chronicon

  5. 5. Montier-en-Der: mid-tenth century Adso of Montier-en-Der, De antichristo

  6. 6. Novalesa: early eleventh century Chronicon

  7. 7. Saint-Cybard of Angoulême: early eleventh century Ademar of Chabannes, Chronicon

  8. 8. Niederaltaich: early eleventh century Annales

  9. 9. Saint-Sauveur of Charroux: eleventh century Privilegium and Historia

  10. 10. San Millán de Cogolla: eleventh century Nota Emilianense

  11. 11. The Hague: eleventh century Fragment de la Haye

  12. 12. Île-de-France/Paris: end of eleventh century Descriptio qualiter Karolus Magnus

  13. 13. Alba: late eleventh century Benzo of Alba, Ad Heinricum

  14. 14. Saint-Pierre of Chartres: late eleventh century Earliest MS of Pseudo-Alcuin

  15. 15. Saint-Pé: late eleventh century Charter mentioning Roland and Oliver as brothers

  16. 16. Saint-Aubin of Angers: late eleventh century Charter mentioning Roland and Oliver as brothers

  17. 17. Saint-Victor of Marseilles: late eleventh century Charter mentioning Roland and Oliver as brothers

  18. 18. Béziers: late eleventh century Charter mentioning Roland and Oliver as brothers

  19. 19. Reims: early twelfth century Robert of Reims, Historia Iherosolimitana

    (p.161)
  20. 20. Civray: early twelfth century Peter Tudebode, Historia de Hierosolymitano itinere

  21. 21. Apulia (?): early twelfth century Gesta Francorum et aliorum Hierosolimitanorum

  22. 22. Aura: early twelfth century Ekkehard of Aura, Chronicon

  23. 23. Caen: early twelfth century Ralph of Caen, Gesta Tancredi

  24. 24. Saint-Pierre of Bourgueil (in Angers): early twelfth century Baldric of Bourgueil, Historia Jerosolimitana

  25. 25. Saint-Germer-de-Fly: early twelfth century Guibert of Nogent, Dei gesta per Francos

  26. 26. Le Puy: early twelfth century Raymond d'Aguiliers, Historia Francorum

  27. 27. Balazun: early twelfth century Pons of Balazun, Historia Francorum

False Diplomas

  1. 28. Saint-Denis, Monastery: ninth century

  2. 29. Le Mans1 (3): ninth century

  3. 30. Fulda, Monastery: ninth century

  4. 31. Reggio nell'Emilia (2): ninth and tenth century

  5. 32. Würzburg: tenth century

  6. 33. Kremsmünster, Monastery: tenth century

  7. 34. Concordia: tenth century

  8. 35. Worms: tenth century

  9. 36. Aquileia: tenth century

  10. 37. Bremen: tenth century

  11. 38. Santa Maria of Gerri, Monastery: tenth century

  12. 39. Hersfeld, Monastery (2): eleventh century

  13. 40. Montecassino, Monastery (4): eleventh century

  14. 41. St Emmeram of Regensberg, Monastery: eleventh century

  15. 42. Cormery, Monastery: eleventh century

  16. 43. Osnabrück (2): eleventh century

  17. 44. Lagrasse, Monastery: eleventh century

  18. 45. St Maximian of Trier, Monastery: eleventh century

  19. 46. Saint-Aignan of Orléans, Church: eleventh century

  20. 47. Novalesa. Monastery: eleventh century

  21. 48. Ravenna (2): eleventh century

  22. 49. Münster: eleventh century

  23. 50. Saint-Claude, Monastery: eleventh century

  24. 51. Psalmodi, Monastery: eleventh century

  25. 52. Saint-Michel of Cuxa, Monastery: eleventh century

    (p.162)
  26. 53. St Mary's of Sesto, Monastery: eleventh century

  27. 54. Flavigny, Monastery: eleventh century

  28. 55. Saint-Yrieix-la-Perche, Monastery: eleventh century

  29. 56. San Salvatore of Rome, Church: eleventh century

  30. 57. Saint-Omer, Monastery: eleventh century

  31. 58. Tals: eleventh century

  32. 59. La Réole, Monastery: eleventh century

  33. 60. San Vincenzo al Volturno, Monastery: eleventh century

  34. 61. Saint-Polycarpe, Monastery: eleventh century

Spread of Einhard's Vita Karoli

  1. 62. Metz:2 ninth century

  2. 63. Saint-Wandrille, Monastery: ninth century

  3. 64. Saint-Rémi of Reims, Monastery (2): late ninth century and late eleventh century

  4. 65. Saint-Amand, Monastery: late ninth century

  5. 66. Saint-Gall, Monastery (2): late ninth century and early tenth century

  6. 67. Saint-Médard of Soissons, Monastery: early tenth century

  7. 68. Saint-Germain of Auxerre, Monastery: early tenth century

  8. 69. Lorsch, Monastery (2): mid-tenth century and late tenth century

  9. 70. St Eucharius of Trier, Monastery: mid-tenth century

  10. 71. Saint-Denis, Monastery: late tenth century

  11. 72. Lobbes: late tenth century

  12. 73. Saint-Bertin, Monastery: early eleventh century

  13. 74. Fleury, Monastery: early eleventh century

  14. 75. Bonneval: early eleventh century

  15. 76. Santa Maria of Ripoll, Monastery: early eleventh century

  16. 77. San Paolo fuori le Mura, Monastery: early eleventh century

  17. 78. Saint-Omer, Monastery: early eleventh century

  18. 79. Cluny, Monastery (2): early eleventh century and end eleventh century

  19. 80. Saint-Cybard of Angoulême, Monastery (2): early eleventh century and end eleventh century

  20. 81. Saint-Martial of Limoges, Monastery: mid-eleventh century

  21. 82. Gembloux, Monastery: mid-eleventh century

  22. 83. Saint-Bénigne of Dijon, Monastery: mid-eleventh century

  23. 84. Saint Alban of Mainz, Monastery: mid-eleventh century

  24. 85. St Michael of Bamberg, Monastery: late eleventh century

  25. 86. St Peter of Perugia, Monastery: late eleventh century

  26. 87. Prüm, Monastery: late eleventh century

  27. 88. Egmond, Monastery: end eleventh century

  28. 89. Christ Church, Canterbury: end eleventh century

  29. 90. Saint-Pierre of Angoulême: end eleventh century

  30. 91. Fécamp, Monastery: end eleventh century

    (p.163)
  31. 92. Saint-Riquier, Monastery: end eleventh century

  32. 93. Jumièges, Monastery: end eleventh century

  33. 94. Prüfening: end eleventh century

  34. 95. Blaubeuren, Monastery: end eleventh century

  35. 96. Weingarten: end eleventh century

  36. 97. Ferrières, Monastery: end eleventh century

Notes:

(1) Unless otherwise noted, locations listed under ‘false diplomas’ and ‘Einhard's Vita Karoli’ refer to bishoprics.

(2) For more information on the locations listed in this section, see Matthias M. Tischler, Einharts Vita Karoli: Studien zur Entstehung, Überlieferung und Rezeption, 2 vols. (Hanover, 2001), esp. i. 20–44.