Often on this blog, I translate primary sources for 9th-11th century France and its neighbours into English, and it occured to me that it might be useful if I put them all together. So here they are, in chronological order of production:
800, very approximately: an early medieval love letter.
819, 7th March: a charter of Einhard freeing a slave and making him a Roman citizen.
829: the canons of the Council of Paris about kingship.
859, 14th June: Charles the Bald’s accusations of treachery against Archbishop Wanilo of Sens.
860, circa: a mass from Saint-Martin of Tours praying for God’s help against barbarian persecution.
869, 17th April: a charter of King Salomon of Brittany in favour of the abbey of Plélan.
877: Archbishop Hincmar of Rheims’ Ordo to crown King Louis the Stammerer.
877, January 6th: A diploma of Charles the Bald for Saint-Bénigne of Dijon.
885, December 3rd: a charter of Hugh the Abbot freeing a slave and making him a Roman citizen.
888: the Ordo to crown the first non-Carolingian West Frankish king, Odo.
900, circa: the Erdmann Ordo, a late Carolingian king-making liturgy.
913, August 13th: a royal diploma of Charles the Simple granting the cathedral of Trier the right to freely elect their archbishops.
928, November: a royal diploma of Hugh of Arles in favour of the abbey of Saint-Oyen-de-Joux.
935, circa: the Ordo of Seven Forms, a liturgy for king making from the earlier part of the tenth century.
935, circa: a fragment of a lost history about Duke Arnulf the Bad of Bavaria.
936, June 24th: a royal diploma of Hugh of Arles grating 700 manses to his nephew Hugh the Cisalpine.
936, July 21st: a royal diploma of Louis IV in favour of the cathedral of Autun.
959, September: a charter describing a judgement of Bishop Stephen II of Clermont.
962, circa: a genealogy of Count Arnulf the Great of Flanders written by Witger the priest.
979, August 6th: A charter of Liutgard of Chartres and her friend Godeleva granting land to the abbey of Saint-Père de Chartres.
989, June 1st: The acts of the Council of Charroux forbidding violence against churches, the poor, and unarmed clergy.
980, circa: the Ratold Ordo, an Anglo-Saxon influenced liturgy for making a king.
1001, circa: A charter of Bishop Rainald of Angers defending himself against an accusation of simony.
1091: a charter describing how Odo, lord of Péronne, restored land to the abbey at Compiègne.