1 Section for Medieval and Renaissance Archaeology, Faculty of Humanities, Aarhus University, Aarhus University2 School of Culture and Society - Medieval and Renaissance Archaeology, subject, School of Culture and Society, Arts, Aarhus University3 School of Culture and Society - Medieval and Renaissance Archaeology, subject, School of Culture and Society, Arts, Aarhus University
Stadtherrschaft im archäologischen Befund von der Frühgeschichte bis zum 13. JahrhundertThe domination of a town according to the archaeological evidence between the protohistory and the 13th c. AD
The town of Seligenstadt (Hessen) developped from a small market close to Eginhard's famous church and cloister into an imperial town of the Staufer kingdom in the Holy Roman Empire. The king erected one of the first unfortified castles in Europe in order to control his town.
Kolloquien Zur Vor- Und Fruehgeschichte, 2009, Vol 12, p. 461-480