"This volume provides useful snapshots of new approaches and developments across Visigothic studies. Particularly helpful are Tejerizo’s, Martin’s, and Pliego’s chapters that provide tables and background information to aid readers unfamiliar with their particular source sets. These chapters are accessible and beneficial to specialists in Visigothic studies and scholars of other regions and periods alike."
- Erica Buchberger, The Medieval Review, 21.11.05 (2021)
"The volume certainly contributes to the LAEMI [Late Antique and Early Medieval Iberia] series’ goal of increasing integration of Iberian studies within Anglophone Classical studies, compiling an extensive bibliography of Spanish and English-language research material. [...] As for the aims of this volume, collating brief explorations of aspects of power in Visigothic society in order to open a dialogue and lay groundwork for future studies to continue this dialogue, Framing Power does so successfully, providing an abundance of interesting and well-researched material and frameworks for further research."
- Carolyn T. La Rocco, University of St Andrews, The Classical Review, 71.1 (2021)
"The edited volume of Eleonora Dell’Elicine and Céline Martin, Framing Power in Visigothic Society: Discourses, Devices and Artifacts curates seven original essays together with a useful and thoughtful introduction by the editors. [...] There is much food for thought here both for specialists in this particular field but also for those interested in the situation on the ground in the post-Roman Mediterranean."
- Christopher Heath, Al-Mas.q, Vol. 34, Iss. 1