- Title Pages
- Figures and tables
- Preface and acknowledgements
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Hincmar’s life in his historical writings
- 3 To fight with words
- 4 An unfortunate necessity? Hincmar and Lothar I
- 5 ‘We are between the hammer and the anvil’
- 6 Hincmar’s influence during Louis the Stammerer’s reign
- 7 Hincmar and his Roman legal sources1
- 8 Hincmar et la loi revisited
- 9 The bishop and the law, according to Hincmar’s life of Saint Remigius
- 10 Family order and kingship according to Hincmar
- 11 ‘The praetor does concern himself with trifles’
- 12 Hincmar’s parish priests1
- 13 Heresy in the flesh
- 14 Hincmar, priests and Pseudo-Isidore
- Hincmar of Rheims
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