Flothilde's visions and Flodoard's histories: a tenth‐century mutation?

@article{Koziol2016FlothildesVA,
  title={Flothilde's visions and Flodoard's histories: a tenth‐century mutation?},
  author={Geoffrey Koziol},
  journal={Early Medieval Europe},
  year={2016},
  volume={24},
  pages={160 - 184}
}
Although Flodoard of Reims is best known for his comprehensive historical writings, he also recorded separately the visions of a young girl named Flothilde. Re‐examining Flodoard's varied historical works in light of these visions reveals that he was unusually interested in visions generally, and particularly those of women. The question is why. In proposing answers, it will be suggested that both Flodoard's histories and Flothilde's visions represent a crucial moment in the transformation of… 
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Conclusion

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Flodoard’s Age of Miracles

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Institutional History and Ecclesiastical Property

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History, Poetry and Intellectual Life

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Flodoard, His Archbishops and the Struggle for Rheims

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