By Phyllis R. Brown
Hrotsvit wrote tales, performs, and histories through the reign of Emperor Otto the nice (962-973). Twelve unique essays survey her paintings, displaying old roots and contexts, Christian values, and a shockingly glossy grappling with questions of identification and feminine self-realization.
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It was a politically motivated and programmatic act, one which should be seen in the line of continuity with Henry I’s kingship. , Borders, Barriers, and Ethnogenesis: Frontiers in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Turnhout, 2005), pp. 35–49: “the Emperor [Charles the Great] transferred in 804 the entire area between the Elbe and the Eider Rivers to the Slavic tribe of the Obodrites, who had been loyal allies of the Franks during the Saxon wars. He also moved Saxon inhabitants of that area into the heartland of his empire” (pp.
Loyn and John Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne: Documents on Carolingian Government and Administration (New York, 1976), pp. 91–96, here p. 91. 21 Loyn and Percival, The Reign of Charlemagne, pp. 91, 152. The Latin formulation, “Karolus serenissimus augustus a Deo coronatus, pacificus imperator, Romanum gubernans imperium, qui et per misericordiam Dei rex Francorum atque Langobardorum,” is quoted by Johannes Fried, Der Weg in die Geschichte: Die Ursprünge Deutschlands bis 1024 (Berlin, 1994), p.
Geburtstag, ed. Michael Borgolte and Herrad Spillig (Sigmaringen, 1988), pp. 117–33. I am grateful to Dr Bodarwé for calling my attention to this essay and suggesting that a comparable causa scribendi may have played a role in Hrotsvit’s work. 2 We know something of her life from a few words here and there in her works. Hrotsvit’s effort and diligence in writing were notably supported by the seventh abbess of Gandersheim, Gerberga II (949–1001);3 a daughter of Henry, Duke of Bavaria (948–55), who was related to the royal Saxon family in the period when it ruled the empire of the Romans.
A Companion to Hrotsvit of Gandersheim (fl. 960): Contextual and Interpretive Approaches by Phyllis R. Brown