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The Germanization of Early Medieval Christianity

A Sociohistorical Approach to Religious Transformation

by James C. Russell

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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ISBN 100195104668
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Until the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Germanic tribes who had migrated there (with the exceptions of the Saxons, Franks, and Lombards, see below) had converted to Christianity.

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