May issue of Early Medieval Europe is packed with articles about politics and texts in Carolingian Europe
- Introduction: Politics and texts in late Carolingian Europe, c.870–1000 (pages 135–136). By Roberta Cimino and Edward Roberts
- Knowledge of the past and the judgement of history in tenth-century Trier: Regino of Prüm and the lost manuscript of Bishop Adventius of Metz (pages 137–159). By Charles West
- Flothilde’s visions and Flodoard’s histories: a tenth-century mutation? (pages 160–184). By Geoffrey Koziol
- Narratives of success and narratives of failure: representations of the career of King Hugh of Italy (c.885–948) (pages 185–208). By Ross Balzaretti
- Politics, prophecy and satire: Atto of Vercelli’s Polipticum quod appellatur Perpendiculum (pages 209–235). By Giacomo Vignodelli
Regino of Prüm – Statue by Peter Weiland in front of the former Benedictine Abbey. Source: Pruemnetz. Regino of Prüm (Latin: Regino Prumiensis, German: Regino von Prüm; died 915) He was a Benedictine churchman, who served as abbot of Prüm (892–99) and later of Saint Martin’s at Trier. His Chronicon is an important source for late Carolingian history.