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For an overview of publications scheduled to be released within the next three months, please refer to our forthcoming titles page. An overview of recently published titles is available on our recent titles page. Listings over a longer period or more specific requests are available through our online catalogue. You can also browse through our publications by series or navigate through our series by subject.
Les portails romans de Bourgogne
Marcello Angheben

L’ouvrage examine l’iconographie de l’ensemble des portails romans de Bourgogne en les abordant de manière sérielle, en fonction de leurs thèmes, avant de les considérer séparément comme autant de programmes uniques.

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Princely Funerals in Europe, 1400-1700
M. Chatenet, M. Gaude-Ferragu, G. Sabatier (eds)

Panorama of royal and princely ceremonial, their evolution from the end of the Middle Ages to the seventeenth century and their diffusion throughout the Courts of Europe.

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Objets nomades. Circulations matérielles, appropriations et formation des identités à l'ère de la première mondialisation, XVIe-XVIIIe siècles
A. Fennetaux, A. M. Miller Blaise, N. Oddo (éd)

Les vingt-deux chapitres de ce livre s’intéressent à l’histoire de ces circulations matérielles et, à travers elles, des identités nationales, culturelles, religieuses, politiques que les objets contribuent autant à définir qu’à interroger, en Europe comme ailleurs.

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La route au Moyen Âge. Réalités et représentations
M.-H. Corbiau, B. Van den Abeele, J.-M. Yante, A.-M. Bultot-Verleysen (éd.))
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Reading the Church Fathers with St. Thomas Aquinas. Historical and Systematical Perspectives
J. Vijgen, P. Roszak (eds.)

The contributions in this volume investigate the presence and use of the Church Fathers in Aquinas’ thought both historically and systematically.

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Caesar’s Past and Posterity’s Caesar
Trine Arlund Hass and Rubina Raja (eds)

This volume focuses on the reception of Gaius Julius Caesar, one of the most well-known and widely discussed personalities of Antiquity.

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Labeur, production et économie monastique dans l’Occident médiéval
M. Lauwers (éd.)

Une enquête sur le “travail” dans l’Occident médiéval, à travers le cas des monastères

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Ouvertures à la française : migrations musicales dans l’espace germanique, 1660-1730
L. Delpech

Lauréat du Prix de l'Essai (du Prix du Livre France Musique Claude Samuel)

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Existe-t-il une mystique au Moyen Âge ?
Dominique Poirel

Actes du colloque international, organisé par l’Institut d’Études Médiévales et tenu à l’Institut Catholique de Paris les 30 novembre et 1er décembre 2017, réunis par Dominique Poirel

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Harmony in Bright Colors. Memling’s God the Father with Singing and Music-Making Angels Restored
L. Klaassen, D. Lampens (eds)

The contributions in the volume focus on the commissioning and iconography of the panels, their acquisition by the museum, the depicted vestments and what the work has to tell us about fifteenth-century musical practice. 

It includes a CD with a compilation of representative fifteenth-century musical pieces performed on reconstructed versions of the instruments shown in Memling’s panels.

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Studies on Palmyrene Sculpture. A Translation of Harald Ingholt’s Studier over Palmyrensk Skulptur, Edited and with Commentary
O. Bobou, J. Vestergaard Jensen, N. Breintoft Kristensen, R. Raja, R. Randeris Thomsen

This volume presents the very first English translation of Harald Ingholt’s seminal work Studier over Palmyrensk Skulptur, together with a number of studies that contextualise this important volume in the light of current research.

First volume of the new book series Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History

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Medieval Stories and Storytelling. Multimedia and Multi-Temporal perspectives
S. Thomson (ed.)

An interdisciplinary exploration of how medieval stories were shaped, transformed, and transmitted by interactions between tellers, media, and audiences.

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Archaeological Landscapes of Roman Etruria
A. Sebastiani, C. Megale (eds)

This volume offers a fresh and dynamic new approach to our understanding of central-southern maritime Tuscany during the Roman period.

First volume in the new series MediTo - Archaeological and Historical Landscapes of Mediterranean Central Italy

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Andrea Mantegna: Humanist Aesthetics, Faith, and the Force of Images
S. Campbell

"This is a vital work for anyone interested in Mantegna, the art of the Italian courts, or the idea of the Renaissance artist. More widely, I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the historiography of art, and in understanding artistic agency."

Caroline Campbell (Director of Collections & Research at the National Gallery) in: The Art Newspaper, May 2021

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The Crusade of King Conrad III of Germany
Jason T. Roche

This book represents the first work of history dedicated to the crusade of King Conrad III of Germany (1146–48), emperor-elect of the Western Roman Empire and the most powerful man yet to assume the Cross.

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The Art & Science of Illuminated Manuscripts: A Handbook
S. Panayotova (ed.)

This book is designed to provide a guide for art historians, conservators and manuscript scholars to understand and support the increasingly popular cross-disciplinary research efforts focused on non-invasive scientific analyses of illuminated manuscripts.

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