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This front matter section of this book titled The Middle Ages between the Eastern Alps and the Northern Adriatic contains the table of contents, the abbreviations, a concordance list of Slovene place names in German and Italian, a list of first publications, a list of illustrations and the preface. The book deals with the Slovene historiography and history of the Slovene and neighbouring territories in the Middle Ages. It is the first work of its kind published in English. The first part of the book critically examines Slovene historiography, which largely viewed the Middle Ages from a national angle. The second part is dedicated to early medieval history, focussing on issues of Slavic ethnogeneses, society, and political structures. The third part addresses chapters from the history of the Church, the nobility, and the formation of Lnder, and also discusses the famous enthronement of the Carinthian dukes.

Keywords: Middle Ages; Slovene historiography



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