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The following list is a selection of highlights.
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.
The Production and Reading of Music Sources. Mise-en-page in manuscripts and printed books containing polyphonic music, 1480–1530
T. Schmidt, C. T. Leitmeir (eds.)

The first comprehensive study of how polyphonic music of the Renaissance was laid out on the written or printed page, and how this influenced the ways it was read or sung.

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Sciences du quadrivium au Mont-Cassin. Regards croisés sur le manuscrit Montecassino, Archivio dell’Abbazia 31
Albiero et al.

Études interdisciplinaires sur le manuscrit Montecassino, Archivio dell’Abbazia 318

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Vivre et imprimer dans les Pays-Bas méridionaux (des origines à la Réforme). Vol. I Des hommes, des ateliers et des villes – Vol. 2 Bilan historiographique et dictionnaire prosopographique
R. Adam

Ce volume présente une étude historique et socio-économique de l’art typographique dans les Pays-Bas méridionaux à partir de 1473 jusqu’à 1520.

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Une histoire du sensible : la perception des victimes de catastrophe du XIIe au XVIIIe siècle
T. Labbé, G. J. Schenk (éd)

Cet ouvrage se propose de réfléchir à la construction historique de la condition de victime, en relation avec les événements traumatiques dans l'Europe médiévale et moderne.

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Quand les Ottomans firent le point. Histoire graphique, technique et linguistique de la ponctuation turque ottomane
O. Bouquet

La ponctuation ottomane : l’aventure des écritures turques, de l’Empire de Soliman le Magnifique à la Turquie de Recep T. Erdoğan.

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Mochi's Edge and Bernini's Baroque
E. Lingo

Francesco Mochi’s radical and experimental oeuvre has been given refreshing and illuminating insights by a leading scholar in the field. The illustrations are plentiful and of high quality, and the bibliographical apparatus is comprehensive and clearly
set out. This monograph is thus an exhaustive and scholarly presentation of Mochi’s sculpture, and must be seen as an essential reference tool for students of his work, as well as giving an admirable and lively picture of sculpture in Tuscany and Rome in thebaroque period.

Marjorie Trusted in: The Art Newspaper, September 2018

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Women and Credit in Pre-Industrial Europe
E. M. Dermineur (ed.)

Explores a variety of perspectives on women’s participation and experiences in credit markets in early modern Europe.

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Corpus Christianorum Scholars Version
New Editions Available

The ‘Scholars Version’ series of Corpus Christianorum aims to make available editions of complete texts for researchers and students in a handy format and handily priced. Texts chosen for this series are reprints of the complete Corpus Christianorum volume(s) in question.

NEW Editions 2018:

De trinitate libri XV (Augustinus)
Retractationum libri II – Confessionum libri XIII (Augustinus)
Variarum libri XII – De anima (Cassiodorus)
Opera selecta (Raimundus Lullus)
Rationale divinorum officiorum (Guillelmus Durantus)
Quaestiones ad Thalassium (Maximus Confessor)

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Le légendier de Moissac et la culture hagiographique méridionale autour de l’an mil
F. Peloux (ed.)

Ce légendier, le plus grand de son temps, transmet 150 textes dont certains sont très rares. L’étude collective de ce manuscrit permet de réfléchir à la culture hagiographique méridionale depuis le monde wisigothique jusqu’au XIVe siècle.

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Art and Experience in Trecento Italy
H. Flora, S. Wilkins (eds.)

The age of Giotto, Dante, and Boccaccio, the fourteenth century in Italy, known as the trecento, was a pivotal moment in art history and in European culture. The studies in this volume present new approaches to art in this important but often neglected period of the early Renaissance.

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Visual Histories of the Classical World. Essays in Honour of R.R.R. Smith
C. M. Draycott, R. Raja, K. Welch, W. T. Wootton (eds.)

The papers gathered here consider various aspects of art and architecture in the classical world, engaging directly with R.R.R. Smith’s own research, and at the same time celebrating his enormous contribution to scholarship.

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Mathematical Instruments in the Collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France
A. Turner

The primary aim of this catalogue of scientific instruments in the collections of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France is to make them available, through detailed descriptions and ample photographs, to all who concern themselves with the development of mathematical instrumentation.

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Sermons for the Liturgical Year
H. B. Feiss

This volume makes available for the first time in English over forty Victorine sermons arranged according the Liturgical year and fully introduced and annotated, and situated in the development of the Latin sermon.

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Cut in Alabaster: a Material of Sculpture and its European Traditions 1330-1530
K. Woods

The first comprehensive study of alabaster sculpture in Western Europe during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance.

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Beyond Intolerance. The Milan Meeting in AD 313 and the Evolution of Imperial Religious Policy from the Age of the Tetrarchs to Julian the Apostate
D. Dainese, V. Gheller (eds.)

The papers collected in this volume tackle this complex historical phase from a number of perspectives (from Church history and theology to political and juridical history), following a strongly multidisciplinary approach.

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Barbarians and Jews. Jews and Judaism in the Early Medieval West
Y. Hen, T. F.X. Noble (eds.)

The essays in this volume attempt to re-evaluate, understand and explain various aspects of Jewish history within the broader historical context of the post-Roman Barbarian world.

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Emotion and Medieval Textual Media
M. C. Flannery (ed.)

A collection of essays exploring how medieval theories of emotion and cognition inform the creation and reception of various artefacts, and how attention to a variety of media can reshape the study of medieval emotion.

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Imago libri. Représentations carolingiennes du livre
C. Denoël, A.-O. Poilpré, S. Shimahara (éd.)
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Arenberg. Portrait of a Family, Story of a Collection
M. Derez, S. Vanhauwaert, A. Verbrugge (eds)

The Arenberg lineage belongs to the high nobility, whose estates, interests and familial connections have traditionally extended across borders. Their princely and ducal standing was equally reflected in the highly superior quality of their art collection, as they commissioned works from contemporaries such as Rubens, Van Dyck, and later Watteau.

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