By Isabel Alfonso Anton, Professor of Arabic Hugh Kennedy, Julio Escalona Monge
This quantity offers a range of papers exploring the methods during which medieval powers sought to legitimize themselves, the political discourses during which this was once effected, and a variety of similar difficulties. The six chapters partially I examine specific situations within which approaches of legitimation will be noticeable at paintings, so as to disentangle the big variety of ideas and assets deployed by means of competing actors in a given context. half II gathers 5 articles discussing the categorical discourses of legitimation contained in a textual content or staff of similar texts, on the way to divulge their intricacies and their concerning the way in which historians examine their resources. The publication purports to be of relevance for readers drawn to new methods of coming near near the historical past of energy. With contributions via Frances Andrews, Carlos Estepa, Paul Fouracre, Chris Given-Wilson, Piotr G?recki, Patrick Henriet, Jos? Antonio Jara Fuente, Cristina Jular P?rez-Alfaro and Stephen D. White.
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5. , 13 became the chief advisor to Childeric, and Ebroin was exiled to the monastery of Luxeuil. Childeric was then persuaded to issue legislation which safeguarded the rights of the magnates by preserving regional laws and customs and by forbidding oﬃcials to enter provinces other than those in which they held oﬃce. In order to prevent the mayor exercising tryannical power, that is, usurping royal authority as Ebroin had done, the position of mayor was to be made more open.
It makes it clear that legitimation depended upon agreement about how power should be used. In the event, the magnates turned upon Ebroin, and chose another king, Childeric of Austrasia. Leudegar 21 Passio Leudegarii I, trans. with commentary Fouracre and Gerberding (1996) 193–253. 22 Passio Leudegarii c. 5. , 13 became the chief advisor to Childeric, and Ebroin was exiled to the monastery of Luxeuil. Childeric was then persuaded to issue legislation which safeguarded the rights of the magnates by preserving regional laws and customs and by forbidding oﬃcials to enter provinces other than those in which they held oﬃce.
But the qualiﬁcations to this question are worth examining, for the Carolingians worked so hard to justify their power that their arguments and rhetoric were not without some eﬀect on wider perceptions of how power was legitimated. At the same time as the Carolingians sought to justify their rule, they also increased their power, largely by military conquest, for the campaigns against opponents on the Frankish periphery which characterised the age of Charles Martel and his sons, turned into campaigns against non-Frankish neighbours once all internal opposition had been crushed.