Three fantastic papers on Prosopography from #KZOO2015.
About one out of every hundred people in late medieval England was an immigrant, according to researchers at the universities of York and Sheffield. They have also launched a new database that offers details about 65,000 immigrants who lived in England between 1330 and 1550.
This thesis is a comparison of ethnicity in Viking Age England and Normandy. It focuses on the period c.950-c.1015, which begins several generations after the initial Scandinavian settlements in both regions.
Immigration and Identity in the Middle Ages : French Immigrants to Constantinople and Greece in the Thirteenth Century
Immigration and Identity in the Middle Ages : French Immigrants to Constantinople and Greece in the Thirteenth Century Erica Jo Gilles Bulletin du centre d’études médiévales d’Auxerre, Vol. 10 (2006) Abstract After capturing Constantinople in 1204, the Fourth Crusaders established several states in former Byzantine territory. Starting from the captured imperial center, westerners moved into […]