The Visigoths in Gaul and Iberia (Update)

A Supplemental Bibliography, 2004-2006

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The bibliography includes material published from 2004 to 2006. The historical chronology now includes the fourth century, covering Iberian Fathers such as Gregory of Elvira, Potamius of Lisboa, Prudentius, Pacian of Barcelona and Egeria. Following on from the first bibliography (Brill, 1988) and its first update (Brill 2006) this volume covers recent literature on: Archaeology, Liturgy, Monasticism, Iberian-Gallic Patristics, Paleography, Linguistics, Germanic and Muslim Invasions, and more. In addition, peoples such as the Vandals, Sueves, Basques, Alans and Byzantines are included. The book contains author and subject indexes and is extensively cross-indexed for easy consultation. A periodicals index of hundreds of journals accompanies the volume. Further updates are to be expected at intervals of three years.

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Biographical Note

Alberto Ferreiro, Ph.D, is a Professor of European History at Seattle Pacific University. He has published over 60 articles in patristics and medieval studies in prestigious journals such as Church History, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Harvard Theological Review, Vigiliae Christianae, Studia monastica, Hagiographica among others and in published acts of major conferences. His latest books are Simon Magus in Patristic, Medieval and Early Modern Traditions (Brill, 2005) and The Visigoths in Gaul and Iberia: A Supplemental Bibliography, 1984-2003 (Brill, 2006).

Table of contents

Introduction
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Reference
General Studies

Invasions
Social-Political-Economic
Civil Law
Literary Culture
Ecclesistical
Liturgy
Patristics
Isidorus hispalensis
Pseudo-Isidorus
Archaeology
Sueves
Toulouse
Other Peoples
Collected Essays and Studia Honoraria
Congresses- Symposia-Colloquia

Addendum
Subject Index
Author Index


Readership

For all those interested in Visigothic Iberia and Late Antique Gaul, Archaeology, Iberian and Gallic Hagiography, Heresy, Liturgy, Paleography, Social and Institutional History, Germanic and Muslim Invasions, Monasticism, Canon and Civil Law, Linguistics, and many other topics.

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