Arnold von Lübeck

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Arnold von Lübeck

 

Died 1212. A monk from Lübeck who wrote the Slavic Chronicle, which covers the years from 1171 to 1209 and is a continuation of Helmold’s Chronicle. The chronicle of Arnold von Liibeck provides information chiefly on the history of the Holy Roman Empire and the Polabian Slavs. It describes the last stage in the struggle of the Polabian Slavs against Germanic feudal aggression.

WORKS

Arnoldi Chronica Slavorum. Reprint. Hannover, 1930.
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History is represented by seven contributions: on the Welfs and their Braunschweig court, on the Welfs and the Hohenstaufen empire, on the court of Henry the Lion, on Welf memoria as dynastic legitimization, on the offices of the Welf court, on the historiography it encouraged, and on the fall of Henry the Lion, as depicted by Arnold von Lubeck.