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Carlos Steel, John Marenbon, and Werner Verbeke Paganism in the Middle Ages : Threat and Fascination UPL, 2013. 1. Softcover with flaps, 250 pages, ENG edition, 240 x 160 x 20 mm, New condition, a few b/w illustrations. ISBN: 9789058679338 Interdisciplinary study of pagan culture from late antiquity to the emergent Renaissance In this volume the persistence, resurgence, threat, fascination, and repression of various forms of pagan culture are studied in an interdisciplinary perspective from late antiquity to the emergent Renaissance. Contributions deal with the survival of pagan beliefs and practices, as well as with the Christianization of pagan rural populations or with the different strategies of oppression of pagan beliefs. The authors examine problems raised by the encounter with pagan cultures outside the Muslim world and show how philosophers contrived to ?save' the great philosophers and poets from ancient culture notwithstanding their paganism. The contributors also study the fascination of classic ?pagan' culture among friars during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries and the imitation of pagan models of virtue and mythology in Renaissance poetry. Contributors Carlos Steel (University of Leuven), John Marenbon (Trinity College, Cambridge), Ludo Milis (University of Ghent), Marc-André Wagner ? (Paris, Ministère de la Culture), Brigitte Meijns (University of Leuven), Rob Meens (University of Utrecht), Edina Bozoky (Université de Poitiers), Henryk Anzulewicz (Albertus-Magnus Institut, Bonn), Robrecht Lievens (University of Leuven), Stefano Pittaluga (Università di Genova), Anna Akasoy (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) Boeknummer: 62800 | Prijs: EUR 59.50 In winkelwagen

Dominique Goy-Blanquet From the Domesday Book to Shakespeare?s Globe. The Legal and Political Heritage of Elizabethan Drama Brepols, 2023. Hardback, 456 pages, Size:156 x 234 mm, Illustrations:1 col., Language: English. ISBN: 9782503601311 Summary The phrase 'Jus Uncommon' summarizes England's claim to independence from Europe, a claim supported by its unique legal system and Elizabethan theatre, and their strong interconnexion. Elizabethan tragedy begins at the Inns of Court. It was no mere coincidence, but a result of the long history of intersecting processes of law, politics, and theatre. This book sets out to contextualize and explore such legal and literary intersections, charting the emergence of Elizabethan legal culture from its various English and European sources over the course of the four hundred years running from Magna Carta to Shakespeare. It encompasses the major strands of legal history and culture that formed the background to Elizabethan political drama, republican tradition, theories of monarchical sovereignty,?European and English theories of?imperium,?pedagogical and rhetorical practices of the Inns of Court,?legal-antiquarian research, parliamentary privilege, and Tudor political pamphleteering. Legal texts, discourses, and social practices constructed a pervasive intellectual culture from which Elizabethan drama - like Shakespeare's - emerged. Shakespeare is not the central object of this study, but he is central to its argument. What he knew about law was what collective memory had stored from centuries past at home and abroad. The issues, characters, themes, theories, and metaphors dramatized by the Elizabethan playwrights followed the way opened at the Inns. Emblematic figures of lawyers-writers and their Senecan patterns paved the way to Gorboduc and to Shakespeare's histories. TABLE OF CONTENTS Editorial Note Introduction : Law or Liberty? Part I. Jus uncommon. Freedom of the State Chapter 1. Dreams of Empire Early Steps to Singularity Clashes of Jurisdictions Sacred Monarchy Chapter 2. England's Mixed Polity English Democrats Good Counsel Model Parliaments Right of Conquest Chapter 3. Rival Law Codes Roman Law The Common Law of the Realm Emergence of the Inns Upward Mobility Part II. Fair Trial. Freedom of Magistrates Chapter 4. Learned Counsel A Display of Legalism The Courtly Muses of Europe Chapter 5. Divorcing Rome King's Conscience King's Printer King's Games Chapter 6. Fortune's Wheels Common Prayers Heretics on Trial 'Something Tawdry'. The Political Pageant 'An Axe or an Acte'. The Execution of Justice Part III. The Conscience of England. Freedom of Speech Chapter 7. The Languages of Law The Legal Nursery Won in Translation Chapter 8. Theatres of Law Dramatic Justice Political Tragedy Chapter 9. Lawyers in Parliament 'Shall Cassandra Bee Punished?' The Liberties of the House Clean and Unclean Money The Lawyer's Glasses of Governance Chapter 10. Kings do but Play Us Lawyers in Resistance A Parliament of Voices Conclusion. 'This Magnificent Theatre of Heaven and Earth' Select Bibliography Index of Acts, Statutes, and Treatises Index of Plays, Poems, Dialogues, and Masques General Index Boeknummer: 63359 | Prijs: EUR 120.00 In winkelwagen

Elsa De Luca, Ivan Moody, Jean-François Goudesenne (eds) The Materiality of Sound in Chant Manuscripts in the West. Scriptor, Cantor & Notator (Volume I) Brepols, 2023. Paperback, 328 pages, Size:216 x 280 mm, Illustrations:107 b/w, 33 tables b/w., 2 maps b/w, Language(s):English, Italian, French. ISBN: 9782503606149 Summary Scriptor, Cantor & Notator is an innovative multi-author project dealing with the complex interconnections between learning, writing and performing chant in the Middle Ages. A number of different methodological approaches have been employed, with the aim of beginning to understand the phenomenon of chant transmission over a large geographical area, linking and contrasting modern definitions of East and West. Thus, in spite of this wide geographical spread, and the consequent variety of rites, languages and musical styles involved, the common thread of parallels and similarities between various chant repertoires arising from the need to fix oral repertories in a written form, and the challenges involved in so doing, are what bring this wide variety of repertoires and approaches together. This multi-centric multi-disciplinary approach will encourage scholars working in these areas to consider their work as part of a much larger geographical and historical picture, and thus reveal to reader and listener more, and far richer, patterns of connections and developments than might otherwise have been suspected. Scriptor, Cantor & Notator is published in two books. The first, The Materiality of Sound in Chant Manuscripts in the West, brings together articles on several different families of early music scripts in the Latin West and provides a vividly diverse picture of some of the best current scholarship on the various types of ancient and medieval musical notation. TABLE OF CONTENTS Methodology Concepts and Taxonomies of Music Scripts (Rankin, Susan) Design, and the Historiography of Early Music Scripts (Varelli, Giovanni) Appunti metodologici sullo studio del canto liturgico (Albiero, Laura) Indeterminacy. New Aspect of Meaning in Gregorian Chant (Mascareñas Garza, Óscar) Guiding Silence. The Function of Melodic Interruptions in Medieval Chant (Lousberg, Leo) « Et gloriosus in saecula ». Paléographie des notations franques nord-occidentales (970-1120) (Goudesenne, Jean-François) Manuscripts and Manuscript Fragments Reuniting Fragments and Reconsidering the Scribal History of the Beneventan Zone (Nardini, Luisa) Frammenti di un antifonario in notazione nonantolana (Roncroffi, Stefania) Notation in Transition? A Palaeographical Study of the Insular Missal EXcl 3515 (Mannion, Anne) Regional Scripts and Repertories Notazioni neumatiche dei secoli XI-XII nella Biblioteca Capitolare di Verona. Riflessioni e spunti di ricerca (Cunego, Giovanni) La notation musicale dans la Catalogne médiévale. Autour des origines et son évolution (Garrigosa i Massana, Joaquim) The Scribe and the Notator as the Bearer of Identity. Bohemian Notation in Late Mediaeval Manuscripts of Central Europe (Veselovska, Eva) Boeknummer: 63240 | Prijs: EUR 99.00 In winkelwagen

Frits van Oostrom De Reynaert leven met een middeleeuws meesterwerk Prometheus, 2023. 1. Hardcover, 592 pag. NL, 235 x 160 x 45 mm, Nieuw, met ill. ISBN: 9789044642674 Van den vos Reynaerde geldt als hét meesterwerk van onze middeleeuwse letterkunde, en misschien wel van de hele Nederlandse literatuur. Wat is het geheim van deze klassieker, die in elke tijd ook leest als een moderne roman, en die zoveel heeft betekend voor zovelen? Met de eruditie van de kenner en het enthousiasme van de liefhebber besloot Frits van Oostrom om een boek te wijden aan de Reynaert, met het doel te laten zien wat deze tekst zo uniek maakt voor al die generaties lezers en onderzoekers die ? soms op het obsessieve af ? met de Reynaert hebben geleefd. En uiteindelijk gaat het ook over Van Oostroms eigen levenslange omgang met onze beroemdste middeleeuwer: een vos. De Reynaert. Leven met een middeleeuws meesterwerk biedt in zijn breedte en diepte een weergaloos panorama van literatuur, geschiedenis en wetenschap. Met een nieuwe editie naar alle bronnen van de Middelnederlandse tekst, door Ingrid Biesheuvel en Frits van Oostrom. Frits van Oostrom is universiteitshoogleraar te Utrecht. Hij ontving talloze prijzen en eerbewijzen, waaronder de AKO Literatuurprijs, de Spinozaprijs en in Vlaanderen de Keizer Karelprijs en de Gouden Penning van de Belgische Academie van Wetenschappen. Zijn meest recente boek, Nobel streven, werd in 2018 bekroond met de Libris Geschiedenis Prijs. Boeknummer: 61697 | Prijs: EUR 35.00 In winkelwagen

Graeme Boone (ed) Music in the Carolingian World. Witnesses to a Metadiscipline, Essays in Honor of Charles M. Atkinson Brepols, 2023. Paperback, 455 pages, Size:178 x 254 mm, Illustrations:33 b/w, 12 col., 19 tables b/w., 23 musical examples, Language(s):English, French. ISBN: 9782503603308 Summary Music in the Carolingian World stems from a conference honoring the career and wide-ranging research of Prof. Charles M. Atkinson, leading scholar in early-medieval studies and author of the award-winning monograph, The Critical Nexus (2010). The volume brings together seventeen essays to explore the broad ramifications of music as an arena of study in early-medieval culture; taken together, they manifest the status of music not just as a field of research, but as a metadiscipline that embraces numerous fields and specializations in medieval studies, including philosophy, theology, literature, philology, paleography, liturgy, education, political and institutional history, as well as the practice, theory, and transmission of chant and related musical repertories. The essays are grouped into the four thematic categories of Verbum, Numerus, Ars, and Cultus, bookended by three keynote essays that touch in different ways on the theme of metadisciplinarity. TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface ? Graeme M. Boone Prolegomena ? Charles M. Atkinson Verbum Virgil and Music in the Carolingian World ? Jan M. Ziolkowski Glimpses of Carolingian Latin Song: A Laon Verse Collection Reconsidered ? Sam Barrett Resonet coram te rex: Reflections on the Role of the King in Early Proses and Tropes ? Gunilla Iversen Numerus Musica ex numeris ? Michel Huglo?, edited and translated by Barbara Haggh-Huglo; appendices by Manuel Pedro Ferreira and Barbara Shailor Symbolic and Rhetorical Use of Numbers in Arabic and Hebrew Writings on Music ? Amnon Shiloah? Medieval Readings of the Division of the World Soul (Timaeus 35b-36b) in Latin Philosophical Commentaries ? Béatrice Bakhouche Keynote 1 Placing Music in Carolingian Monastic Culture ? Patrick J. Geary Ars The Liberal Arts and Study of the Bible in the Carolingian Age ? David Ganz The Ars musica in Glosses and Commentary Traditions from the Carolingian Period ? Mariken Teeuwen ?Let Schools be Established ?? For What? The Meaning of Admonitio generalis, cap. 70 (olim 72) ? John J. Contreni Les plus anciens témoins des notations françaises conservés dans les collections de la Bibliothèque nationale de France ? Marie-Noël Colette To Speak Well and to Sing Wisely: Liturgical Chant and Carolingian Correctio ? Susan Rankin The Poet as Historian: Walahfrid Strabo on the Shaping of Office Repertory ? Felix Heinzer The Responsories of Easter Week: On the Development of the Office Antiphoner in the Ninth Century ? Andreas Pfisterer Textual and Melodic Variance in Carolingian Chant ? Rebecca Maloy Keynote 2 The Meta-Nexus Underlying Disciplina musica ? Calvin M. Bower Bio-Bibliography of Charles M. Atkinson Works Cited General Index Index of Manuscripts Boeknummer: 63361 | Prijs: EUR 80.00 In winkelwagen

Hans Peter L'Orange L'empire Romain : art et civilisation du IIIe au VIe siècle l'Aventurine, 1995. 1. Hardcover, 236 pages, Texte en Francais , Tres belle exemplaire, 305 x 240 x 25 mm, jacquette, illustrations en couleur / n/b. ISBN: 9782841900091 Empire romain, l'ancien empire, centré sur la ville de Rome, qui a été créé en 27 avant notre ère après la disparition de la République romaine et se poursuivant jusqu'à l'éclipse finale de l'empire d'Occident au 5ème siècle de notre ère. Un bref traitement de l'Empire romain suit. Pour un traitement complet, voir la Rome antique. Boeknummer: 60391 | Prijs: EUR 39.95 In winkelwagen

James H. Marrow, Henri L. M. Defoer, Anne S. Korteweg, Wilhelmina C. M. Wüstefeld Die goldene Zeit der holländischen Büchmalerei Belser Verlag, 1990. 1. Hardcover, 320 seiten, Deutsch, 295 x 230 mm, in sehr guten kondition ! mit illustrationen in farbe / s/w. ISBN: 9783763012671 Buchmalerei ist die Kunst oder das Handwerk, das sich mit der Illustration und Dekoration mittelalterlicher Handschriften und anderer Dokumente befasst. Manchmal wird dies auch ?Illuminati? genannt, vom lateinischen illuminare, was ?erleuchten? bedeutet, obwohl sich ?Illumination? streng genommen auf das ?Ausleuchten? von Manuskripten mit Blattgold oder Silber bezieht. Übrigens bedeutet erleuchten im Frühmittelholländischen: mit Gold oder Farben absetzen; Einsicht bringen; entlasten. Im modernen Niederländisch ist dies zu einem Ventilieren geworden Boeknummer: 60105 | Prijs: EUR 35.00 In winkelwagen

Janet Backhouse The Illuminated Page : Ten Centuries of Manuscript Painting in the British Library University of Toronto Press 1997, 1997. 1. Hardcover, 244 pages, English, 300 x 230 mm, a fine copy, with many illustrations in colour, . ISBN: 9780802043467 Illuminated manuscripts are among the richest and most revealing relics of the pre-print Western world, and are central to our understanding of medieval social and cultural history. The British Library boasts the world's finest collection of medieval manuscripts, and in this new and lavishly illustrated survey, Janet Backhouse draws on these collections to provide a comprehensive introduction to these exciting and colourful materials.The manuscripts featured include bestiaries, psalters, Bibles, books of hours, and medical and herbal collections that originated in workrooms as geographically diverse as the Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Northumbria and the Crusader kingdom of Jerusalem. There is also a great chronological diversity among the selected manuscripts, with examples ranging from the seventh century AD and the Lindisfarne Gospels to early Renaissance offerings.Each of the almost 220 illluminations presented are accompanied by a caption and have been reproduced in colour. Many of the immages chosen have been reproduced here for the first time. Boeknummer: 57488 | Prijs: EUR 39.90 In winkelwagen

Justine Audebrand Frères et soeurs dans l'Europe du haut Moyen Âge (vers 650 - vers 1000) Brepols, 2023. Paperback, 440 pages, Size:156 x 234 mm, Illustrations:33 b/w, 9 col., 7 tables b/w., 5 maps color, Language: French. ISBN: 9782503604961 Summary Les relations entre frères et s?urs constituent encore un champ mal exploré de l'étude de la famille pour la période allant de 650 à 1000. Pourtant, ce lien est un élément essentiel des sociétés du haut Moyen Âge, tant dans les mondes franc et germanique qu'en Angleterre. Dans les discours de l'Église, il est même un idéal. En outre, dans le contexte démographique médiéval, la relation adelphique - c'est-à-dire entre frères et s?urs - est souvent la plus pérenne : face à la mort précoce des parents et à un veuvage fréquent, elle accompagne les individus tout au long de leur existence. Étudier les relations adelphiques est également une manière d'envisager les relations entre hommes et femmes grâce aux dernières avancées de recherche sur le genre. Pour étudier ces liens spécifiques, il convient de s'intéresser à une large documentation et d'emprunter aux outils de la sociologie et de l'anthropologie. La relation adelphique apparaît alors une donnée importante des sociétés du haut Moyen Âge et que son étude permet de complexifier l'histoire de la famille sur cette période. TABLE OF CONTENTS Remerciements Introduction Faire l'histoire des frères et soeurs Une approche comparatiste Chapitre 1 : Parler des frères et soeurs Un vocabulaire pluriel Entre le biologique et le spirituel Les tournants des VIIIe et Xe siècles Chapitre 2 : Définir les groupes adelphiques Aux marges du groupe La place de chacun Chapitre 3 : De l'enfance à l'âge adulte Le rôle des parents Se substituer aux parents Chapitre 4 : L'économie du pouvoir Modèles royaux Dans le reste de l'aristocratie Chapitre 5 : Gérer les biens Un patrimoine commun Affaires de famille : les échanges au sein du groupe Les monastères familliaux Chapitre 6 : Dans l'initimité Frères et soeurs solidaires Sentiments adelphiques L'inceste entre frère et soeur Chapitre 7 : En guerre Choisir le même camp La famille déchirée Chapitre 8 : À l'épreuve de veuvage Le frère entre soutien utile et tutelle encombrante La réaffirmation du lien entre soeurs Chapitre 9 : Face à la mort Assister les mourants Commémorer ses frères et soeurs Après la mort Conclusion Annexes Annexe 1 : Schémas de filiation Annexe 2 : Dossier iconographique Bibliographie Index des noms de lieu Index des noms de personne Boeknummer: 63459 | Prijs: EUR 95.00 In winkelwagen

M. Smeyers La miniature Brepols 1974, 1974. 166 p., incl. 36 p. updating, 156 x 234 mm, Texte en Francais, Paperback, . ISBN: 9782503360089 Book History, Manuscript Studies & Palaeography Codicology Boeknummer: 57179 | Prijs: EUR 35.00 In winkelwagen

Marilyn Stokstad Medieval art Harper & Row 1986-1988, 1986-88. 1. Paperback, 446 pages, ENG, 235 x 185 mm, book is in fine order, dozens of illustrations in b/w and some in colour, . ISBN: 9780064301329 This survey of over a thousand years of Western art and architecture, from ancient Rome to the age of exploration, introduces the reader to a period of extraordinary historical and geographical extent. The monumental arts of architecture and sculpture and the diverse minor arts of the Middle Ages are presented here within social, religious, political, and intellectual framework of lands as varied as France and Denmark, Spain and Germany. Medieval Art covers all the major monuments, describing each important work clearly and in detail. Marilyn Stokstad's descriptions are sensitive and articulate, giving the reader a sense of the beauty of the work. They also teach the reader how to look at medieval artwhich aspects of architecture, sculpture, or painting are important and for what reasons. Stylistic and iconographic issues and themes are dealt with clearly, and the author presents medieval art in an aesthetic and social context so that it can be fully understood and appreciated. The book consists of twelve chapters and covers the period from the second to the fifteenth centuries Boeknummer: 58726 | Prijs: EUR 22.50 In winkelwagen

Michel Nuyttens Krijgers Voor God : De Orde Van De Tempeliers In De Lage Landen (1120-1312) Davidsfonds 2007 Walburg Pers, 2007. 1. Paperback, 242 pagina's, NL, 240 x 165 mm, in prima staat, . ISBN: 9789081129718 Fascinerende geschiedenis van de tempeliers in onze gewesten. Christen ridders of gewetenloze onruststokers? Historicus geeft een genuanceerd beeld van de tempeliers. Het conflict in het Midden-Oosten en de Da Vinci Code: ze hebben kruistochten en ridderorden als grondslag. Maar waar eindigt de mythe en begint de realiteit? Dit boek stelt scherp op de orde van de tempeliers. Wie waren die mysterieuze krijgers voor God? En vooral: welke rol speelden zij in de Lage Landen? 1120. Negen ridders, onder wie de Vlaming Godfried van Sint-Omaars, leggen kloostergeloften af. Ze zullen de pelgrims, die naar Jeruzalem toestromen, beschermen tegen moslims. De orde van de tempeliers, tegelijkertijd religieus én militair, is een feit. De verre Nederlanden worden een logistieke en financiële draaischijf van de orde. Hier werven de tempeliers rekruten, ze verwerven er vastgoed, drijven handel, boeren en bankieren? Speelt die rijkdom een rol in het doodvonnis van de tempeliers? In 1312 wordt de orde op bevel van Filips de Schone afgeschaft. Boeknummer: 58292 | Prijs: EUR 24.50 In winkelwagen

Nicola Carpentieri Writing the Twilight. The Arabic Poetics of Ageing in Medieval Sicily and al-Andalus Brepols, 2023. Hardback, x + 190 pages, Size:156 x 234 mm, Language(s):English, Arabic. ISBN: 9782503600536 Summary In the eleventh century, as Muslim sovereignty in the Western Mediterranean was eroded by both internal divisions and external attacks, Sicily fell to the Normans. At the same time, al-Andalus fragmented into a series of small kingdoms that were then picked off by powerful conquerors. Against this backdrop, Arabic poets made use of their craft to try and explain the changes in their world. Among them were the Andalusian Ab? Ish?q and the Sicilian Ibn Hamd?s, both of whom wrote vividly about their own ageing and mortality, as well as about the broader twilight of the worlds they knew. Taking these two protagonists as its starting point, this extraordinary volume explores how Ab? Ish?q and Ibn Hamd?s, despite their different locations, both made use of poetry. For them, it was a tool to confront their mortality, lament their own physical decay, and appeal to their age and experience, as well as a way of juxtaposing their concerns with the political and social dismemberment of their wider societies and the need for a restoration of world order. The result is also a broader discussion of the relationship between poetry and politics in Maghrib? Islam, and a reminder of poetry's importance as a medium to engage with the world. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements Introduction. A Poetics of Ageing Chapter One. The Twilight of Arabo-Muslim Hegemony in the West: The Rise of Ab? Ish??q and Ibn ?amd?s as Political Poets Chapter Two. The Poetics of Ageing: Al-Shayb wa-l-shab?b as a Poetic Motif Chapter Three. A Poetics of Loss: The Elegies Chapter Four. The Poetics of Withdrawal: Ascetic Verse Conclusion Bibliography Indices Boeknummer: 63452 | Prijs: EUR 70.00 In winkelwagen

Pierre Gresser Les forêts princières dans le comté de Bourgogne aux XIVe et XVe siècles Brepols, 2024. Paperback, 256 pages, Size:156 x 234 mm, Illustrations:7 maps b/w, Language: French. ISBN: 9782503595542 Summary Membre du Saint-Empire romain germanique depuis 1032, le comté de Bourgogne fut rattaché au duché d'outre-Saône de 1330 à 1361 et de 1384 à 1477. Cette double union bourguignonne se traduisit, entre autres, par la création d'un office (la gruerie) chargé des eaux et forêts princières. L'institution et les eaux ayant donné lieu à la publication de deux ouvrages spécifiques, ce troisième volume termine le triptyque décrivant un aspect important du domaine comtal. La principale caractéristique de la sylve princière était l'absence de résineux. L'exploitation des chartes de franchises, de la comptabilité de la gruerie et d'une remarquable série de terriers (1454-1476) permet une étude précise des feuillus. Leur description nécessite la localisation des forêts par châtellenie, l'évaluation parfois de leur superficie, et l'analyse des peuplements. Quatre essences l'emportèrent sur les autres: chênes, hêtres, pommiers et poiriers. Cette approche est complétée par le statut juridique des bois. Utilisant ces derniers, les princes et Marguerite de France donnèrent des arbres, en vendirent pour diverses raisons. Mais leurs forêts formèrent aussi une réserve de combustible (les salines de Salins étant les principales consommatrices). Quant aux animaux sauvages, ils furent chassés, seuls les porcs donnèrent lieu à la «paisson», source importante du «pesnaige» (redevance). Pendant toute la période, la protection des forêts se traduisit par un personnel et une justice efficaces. Les «mesusants» (délinquants) comparurent devant des juges dans le cadre des «jours» pour être condamnés à des amendes. Peut-on parler de sylviculture? TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Première partie : Approche des forêts comtales CHAPITRE I. La localisation des forêts princières Chapitre II. De rares descriptions Chapitre III. Les peuplements Chapitre IV. Le statut juridique Seconde partie : L'utilité des bois princiers Chapitre I. Les donations d'arbres Chapitre II. La vente du bois d'oeuvre Chapitre III. Un combustible recherché Chapitre IV. Les animaux sauvages et d'elevage Troisième partie : Un milieu protégé Chapitre I. La surveillance forestière Chapitre II. Les « jours » et assises Chapitre III. « Mesusants », « mesus » et amendes Conclusion Abbreviations Sources Boeknummer: 63142 | Prijs: EUR 94.00 In winkelwagen

Raimundus Lullus, Fernando Domínguez Reboiras (ed), Jordi Gayà Estelrich (ed) Opera latina XL (76-79). Parisiis anno 1298 composita Brepols, 2024. Hardback, lxxxv + 610 pages, Size:155 x 245 mm, Illustrations:1 col., 3 tables b/w., Language(s):Latin, Spanish, German. ISBN: 9782503606385 Summary During his second stay in Paris (1297-1299), Ramon Llull developed an extraordinary literary activity writing 16 works, some of them of considerable length. His attention was once again focused on the presentation of the Art, either to summarize it in accordance with the new changes he had introduced (beginning with the Tabula generalis, op. 53, ROL XXVII), or to present it as a method of renewal of the particular sciences (astronomy and geometry) or as an instrument in the debate on the errors condemned by the bishop of Paris in 1277. The four works presented in this volume are examples of this activity. The Disputatio Eremitae et Raimundi (op. 76) not only represents Llull's closest approximation to the university style of studying the science of theology, based on the Sentences of Peter Lombard, but also the most radical application of his Art as opposed to any discussion fed by the exegesis of "auctoritates". In Arbor philosophiae amoris (op. 77), on the other hand, the application of the Art follows the intent of his previous Ars amativa boni (op. 46, ROL XXIX), thus revealing the intimate connection between the austerity of the artistic language and the exuberance of the contemplative language, the true hallmark of Lullian mysticism. The Consolatio Venetorum (op. 78) illustrates the innovative approach that the Lullian project offers for the moral and political life of the Church. There is no medieval Latin manuscript tradition of the Cantus Raimundi (op. 79). TABLE OF CONTENTS Vorwort Introducción general (Jordi Gayà Estelrich) Elenchus codicum (Fernando Domínguez Reboiras) Opera et catalogi Textus Disputatio Eremitae et Raimundi (op. 76) (Jordi Gayà Estelrich) Arbor philosophiae amoris (op. 77) (Fernando Domínguez Reboiras) Consolatio Venetorum (op. 78) (Fernando Domínguez Reboiras) Cantus Raimundi / Cant de Ramon (op. 79) (Fernando Domínguez Reboiras) Indices Index locorum S. Scripturae Index nominum Index titulorum operum Raimundi Boeknummer: 63330 | Prijs: EUR 465.00 In winkelwagen

Stephen Pelle (ed) New Latin Contexts for Old English Homilies: Editions and Studies of Ten Sources and Analogues Brepols, 2024. Hardback, xii + 504 pages, Size:152 x 229 mm, Language: English. ISBN: 9780888442338 Summary This book sheds new light on the Latin background of various Old English homilies, and of certain homilies from related vernacular traditions. Two broad themes are treated, the Nativity of Christ and Christian eschatology; the volume contains five Latin texts dealing with each theme. Critical editions, full English translations, and detailed introductions and commentaries are included, as well as case studies that demonstrate the relevance of each text to one or more homilies written in Old English, and, in a few cases, early Middle English and Old Norse. While the volume is intended for scholars of early English preaching, many of the texts hold considerable intrinsic interest and should have general appeal for medievalists, students of preaching, and those working on the transmission of biblical apocrypha in the Latin West. TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements Abbreviations Sigla codicum Introduction TEXT ONE A Christmas Homily from the Bavarian Homiliary (BH I.2) TEXTS TWO AND THREE Carolingian Sermons on the Miracles at Christ's Birth TEXTS FOUR AND FIVE Hiberno-Latin Christmas Homilies TEXTS SIX AND SEVEN Eschatological Sermons Included in Some Manuscripts of the Homiliaries of Angers and Saint-Père de Chartres TEXT EIGHT A Sermon Related to an Early Redaction of the Visio Pauli (Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibliothek, 27, fols. 104v-106v) TEXT NINE A Doomsday Sermon from a Carolingian Priest's Handbook (Laon, Bibliothèque municipale, 288, fols. 38r-39v) TEXT TEN The Three Utterances of the Soul: Recension IV Conclusions Appendix 1: A Christmas Homily Related to Texts 1 and 5 Appendix 2: Latin Analogues for Middle Irish and Middle High German Lists of Miracles at Christ's Birth Appendix 3: A Latin Vision of the Otherworld and Its Middle English Descendants Bibliography Index of Manuscripts Index of DOE Short Titles of Old English Homilies Cited or Discussed General Index Boeknummer: 63101 | Prijs: EUR 120.00 In winkelwagen

Steven Rozenski, Joshua Byron Smith, Claire M. Waters (eds) Mystics, Goddesses, Lovers, and Teachers. Medieval Visions and their Legacies. Studies in Honour of Barbara Newman Brepols, 2023. Hardback, 420 pages, Size:156 x 234 mm, Illustrations:1 b/w, 18 col., Language: English. ISBN: 9782503599748 Summary The conjunction of medieval religious studies and gender studies in the past several decades has produced not only nuanced attention to medieval mystics and religious thinkers, but a transformation in the study of medieval culture more broadly. This volume showcases new investigations of mysticism and religious writing in the Middle Ages and the early modern period. It also presents groundbreaking explorations of the feminized divine, from medieval to modern, and the many debts of medieval secular texts and cultures to the religious world that surrounded them. Medieval crossover also defines this volume: the contributors examine the crossovers between male and female, cloister and saeculum, divine and human, and vernacular and Latin that characterized so much of the complexity of medieval literary culture. These collected chapters examine mystics from Hildegard of Bingen and Juliana of Cornillon to Richard Rolle, Julian of Norwich, and Tomás de Jesús; the modern theologies of Philip K. Dick and Charles Williams; goddesses like Fame, Dame Courtesy, and Mother Church; and the role of religious belief in shaping conceptions of pacifism, obscenity, authorship, and bodily integrity. Together, they show the extraordinary impact of Barbara Newman's scholarship across a range of fields and some of the new areas of investigation opened by her work. Contributors: Jerome E. Singerman, Kathryn Kerby-Fulton, Jesse Njus, Andrew Kraebel, Nicholas Watson, Laura Saetveit Miles, Bernard McGinn, Carla Arnell, Maeve Callan, Katharine Breen, Lora Walsh, Susan E. Phillips and Claire M. Waters, Carissa M. Harris, Stephanie Pentz, Craig A. Berry, Dyan Elliott. TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introductions 1. Across the Margins: Gender, Religion, and the Remaking of Medieval Literary Studies Steven Rozenski, Claire M. Waters, and Joshua Byron Smith 2. On Publishing Barbara Newman Jerome E. Singerman II. Mystics and (Re)Visions 3. The Art of Light: Romanesque Enamels and the Illumination of Hildegard's Scivias Kathryn Kerby-Fulton 4. Juliana of Cornillon and the Flowering of Medieval Mimesis Jesse Njus 5. Richard Rolle's Love-Song to the Virgin ('Canticum Amoris'): Text and Translation Andrew Kraebel 6. 'Sixteen Shewinges': The Composition of Julian of Norwich's Revelation of Love Revisited Nicholas Watson 7. Redeeming Across Time: Philip K. Dick, Julian of Norwich, and the Art of Lifelong Revision Laura Saetveit Miles 8. Introducing a Neglected Mystic: Tomás de Jesús (1564-1627) Bernard McGinn 9. Existential Mathematics: Charles Williams's Arthuriad and the Geometry of Love Carla Arnell III. Goddesses and Their Legacies 10. 'The Mary of the Gael': The Blessed Virgin among Saints and Heretics in Medieval Ireland Maeve Callan 11. Building a Goddess: Personifications of Fame from Hesiod to Chaucer Katharine Breen 12. Mother Church as Christian Goddess in John Wyclif 's Tractatus de Ecclesia Lora Walsh 13. Classroom Crossovers; or, The Goddesses of Courtesy Susan E. Phillips and Claire M. Waters IV. Crossovers and Afterlives 14. Holy Ribaldry: Obscene Pedagogies in Middle English Religious Texts Carissa M. Harris 15. Pacifist Theology in the Alliterative Romance of Alexander and Dindimus Stephanie Pentz 16. Confessing Authority: Literary Immortality and Authorial Salvation in Chaucer's Retraction Craig A. Berry 17. My Body, Myself: The Afterlife of the Corpse and the Cult of Relics Dyan Elliott Index Tabula Gratulatoria Boeknummer: 63450 | Prijs: EUR 85.00 In winkelwagen

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