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The Myth of Charlemagne in the History of Premodern German and Dutch Literature
Albrecht Classen, University of Arizona

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The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century (Article)
Title: The Myth of Charlemagne: From the Early Middle Ages to the Late Sixteenth Century
Author: Albrecht Classen
Abstract: This is a study about the myth formation regarding Charlemagne in theoretical and cultural-historical terms. The concept of myth is examined in light of the role which this Carolingian Emperor plaid throughout the entire Middle Ages, esp. in medieval German and Dutch literature and the arts.
Year: 2015
Primary URL: http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/further-reading/
Primary URL Description: scholarly articles on the topic of Charlemagne reception
Access Model: open access on webpage
Format: Other
Publisher: webpage of the Charlemagne Society, Bristol and Edinborough: http://www.charlemagne-icon.ac.uk/further-reading/


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