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    Innes, Matthew and West, C. (2016) Saints and demons in the Carolingian countryside. Vortraege und Forschungen , ISSN 0452-490X. (In Press)

    Innes, Matthew (2013) Rituals, rights and relationship: some gifts and their interpretation in the Fulda cartulary, c.827. Studia Historica. Historia Medieval 31 , ISSN 0213-2060.

    Innes, Matthew (2009) Framing the Carolingian economy. Journal of Agrarian Change 9 (1), pp. 42-58. ISSN 1471-0358.

    Innes, Matthew (2006) Land, freedom and the making of the early medieval west. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 16 , pp. 39-74. ISSN 0080-4401.

    Innes, Matthew (2006) Land, freedom and the making of the medieval West. Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 16 , pp. 39-74. ISSN 0080-4401.

    Innes, Matthew (1998) Memory, orality and literacy in an early medieval society. Past & Present 158 (1), pp. 3-38. ISSN 0031-2746.

    Innes, Matthew (1997) Charlemagne's will. English Historical Review CXII (448), pp. 833-855. ISSN 0013-8266.

    Innes, Matthew (1997) The classical tradition in the Carolingian renaissance: ninth-century encounters with Suetonius. International Journal of the Classical Tradition 3 (3), pp. 265-282. ISSN 1073-0508.

    Book Section

    Innes, Matthew (2012) Archives, documents and landowners in Carolingian Francia. In: Brown, W. and Costambeys, M. and Innes, Matthew and Kosto, A. (eds.) Documentary Culture and The Laity In The Early Middle Ages. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 152-188. ISBN 9781107025295.

    Innes, Matthew (2012) On the material culture of legal documents: charters and their preservation in the Cluny archive, ninth to eleventh centuries. In: Brown, W. and Costambeys, M. and Innes, Matthew and Kosto, A. (eds.) Documentary Culture and The Laity In The Early Middle Ages. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 283-320. ISBN 9781107025295.

    Innes, Matthew (2012) Historical writing, ethnicity and national identity: Medieval Europe and Byzantium in comparison. In: Foot, S. and Robinson, C.F. (eds.) Oxford History of Historical Writing (600-1400). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 539-574. ISBN 9780199236428.

    Innes, Matthew (2011) Charlemagne, justice and written law. In: Rio, A. (ed.) Law Custom and Justice in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Centre for Hellenic Studies Occasional Publications 2. London, UK: Kings College London, p. 155. ISBN 9781897747247.

    Innes, Matthew (2010) Charlemagne's government. In: Storey, J. (ed.) Charlemagne: Empire and Society. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 71-88. ISBN 9780719070891.

    Innes, Matthew (2010) He never even bared his teeth in laughter: the politics of humour in the Carolingian renaissance. In: Halsall, G. (ed.) Humour, History and Politics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 131-156. ISBN 9780521133654.

    Innes, Matthew (2009) Economies and societies in early medieval western Europe. In: Lansing, C. and English, E. (eds.) A Companion to the Medieval World. Oxford, UK: Wiley, pp. 9-35. ISBN 9781405109222.

    Innes, Matthew (2009) Property, politics and the problem of the Carolingian state. In: Pohl, W. and Wieser, V. (eds.) Der Fruhmittelalterliche Staat - Europaische Perspektiven. Vienna, Austria: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press, pp. 299-315. ISBN 9783700166047.

    Innes, Matthew (2008) "Immune from heresy": defining the boundaries of Carolingian Christianity. In: Fouracre, P. and Ganz, D. (eds.) Frankland: The Franks and the world of the early middle ages. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 101-125. ISBN 9780719076695.

    Innes, Matthew (2008) The long morning of medieval Europe: new directions in early medieval studies. In: Davis, J.R. and McCormick, M. (eds.) Practices Of Property In The Carolingian Empire. Farnham, UK: Ashgate, pp. 247-266. ISBN 9780754662549.

    Innes, Matthew (2008) Practices of property in the Carolingian empire. In: Davies, J.R. and McCormick, M. (eds.) The long morning of medieval Europe: new directions in early medieval studies. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing, pp. 247-266. ISBN 978075462549.

    McKitterick, R. and Innes, Matthew (2008) The writing of history. In: McKitterick, R. (ed.) Carolingian Culture: Emulation and Innovation. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 193-220. ISBN 9780521405867.

    Innes, Matthew (2007) What was 'law' in the Carolingian empire? In: Anderson, P. and Münster-Swendsen, M. and Vogt, H. (eds.) Law before Gratian: law in western Europe c. 500-1100 (proceedings of the third Carlsberg Academy conference on medieval legal history 2006). Proceedings of the Carlsberg Academy Conferences on Medieval Legal History 3. Copenhagen, Denmark: DJØF Publishing (and Institute for Legal History). ISBN 9788757416473.

    Innes, Matthew (2003) A place of discipline: Carolingian courts and aristocratic youth. In: Cubitt, C. (ed.) Court Culture in the Early Middle Ages. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols Publishers, pp. 59-76. ISBN 9782503511641.

    Innes, Matthew (2001) Keeping it in the family: women and aristocratic memory, 700-1200. In: van Houts, E. (ed.) Medieval Memories: Men, Women and the Past, 700-1300. Women and men in history. London, UK: Longman, pp. 17-35. ISBN 9780582369023.

    Innes, Matthew (2001) People, places and power in the Carolingian world. In: De Jong, M. and Theuws, F. (eds.) Topographies of Power in the Early Middle Ages. Transformation of the Roman World 6. Leiden, Netherlands: Brill, pp. 397-437. ISBN 9789004117341.

    Innes, Matthew (1998) Kings, monks and patrons: political identity at the abbey of Lorsch. In: Le Jan, R. (ed.) La royauté et les elites dans l’Europe carolingienne. Collection Histoire et littérature régionales 17. Lille, France: Centre d'histoire de l'Europe du Nord-Ouest, Université Charles-de-Gaulle-Lille, pp. 301-324. ISBN 9782905637222.

    Book

    Brown, W. and Costambeys, M. and Innes, Matthew and Kosto, A., eds. (2012) Documentary culture and the laity in the early Middle Ages. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9781107025295.

    Costambeys, M. and Innes, Matthew and Maclean, S. (2011) The Carolingian world. Cambridge Medieval Textbooks. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521564946.

    Innes, Matthew (2007) Introduction to early medieval Western Europe, 300–900: the sword, the plough and the book. London, UK: Routledge. ISBN 9780415215060.

    Innes, Matthew (2006) State and society in the early Middle Ages: the Middle Rhine Valley, 400–1000. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521027168.

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