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Acquérir, prélever, contrôler: Les ressources en compétition (400-1100)
V. Loré, G. Bührer - Thierry, R. Le Jan (eds.)
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Originaux et cartulaires dans la Lorraine médiévale (XIIe - XVIe siècles)
J.-B. Renault (ed.)

Ce recueil d’études a pour but de renouveler la confrontation originaux-cartulaires, à travers l’analyse d’un recueil et de son chartrier ou grâce à l’exploration d’une question liée à la transcription, à travers plusieurs cartulaires.

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Corpus Rubenianum Ludwig Burchard. Portraits After Existing Prototypes
K. Jonckheere

Rubens was mesmerised by faces. He studied physiognomy, the pseudo-science that began making headway in the sixteenth century, which postulated that a person’s character could be read from their facial features.

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The Aristotelian Tradition
B. Bydén, C. Thomsen Thörnqvist

Aristotle’s Works on Logic and Metaphysics and Their Reception in the Middle Ages

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La traduction entre Moyen Âge et Renaissance. Médiations, auto-traductions et traductions secondes
C. Galderisi, J.-J. Vincensini (eds.)

Les différentes contributions du présent volume sujets révèlent toutes un rapport problématique à la fidélité des traducteurs, aux rapports aux traductions préexistantes.

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Regina Cœli. Les images mariales et le culte des reliques. Entre Orient et Occident au Moyen Âge
A. M. Migdal
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Antiquité Tardive vol. 24. Le voyage dans l’Antiquité tardive : réalités et images

This international journal is the publication of the « Association for Late Antiquity ». The Association’s journal aims at enriching the study of written texts from the fourth to the eighth centuries by setting these into a wider context using a multidisciplinary approach covering history, archaeology, epigraphy, law and philology.

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Ruling the Script in the Middle Ages. Formal Aspects of Written Communication (Books, Charters, and Inscriptions)
S. Barret, D. Stutzmann, G. Vogeler (eds.)

The twenty essays brought together in this volume explore a wide range of perspectives relating to the materiality and textuality of medieval scripts and documents.

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The Capetian Century, 1214 to 1314
W. C. Jordan, J. R. Phillips (eds.)

The volume provides a fresh look at the Capetian century (1214-1314) as a period that changed the cultural and political fabric and laid the foundation for the modernisation of the medieval Wes

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Graphic Signs of Identity, Faith, and Power in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages
I. H. Garipzanov, C. Goodson, H. Maguire (eds.)

Brings together historians, art historians, and archaeologists to discuss the role of graphic representational signs and symbols and to look at contexts facilitating their dissemination in a wide range of media in the late Roman and post-Roman worlds.

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Body Narratives. Motion and Emotion in the French Enlightenment
S. Caviglia (ed.)

This book is the first art historical interrogation of the body as an object and discursive ensemble that questions the power and limits of visual representation.

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Alchemy, Medicine, and Commercial Book Production. A Codicological and Linguistic Study of the Voigts-Sloane Group of Middle English Manuscripts
A. Honkapohja

A detailed codicological and historical linguistic analysis of the Voigts-Sloane Group of medical and alchemical manuscripts in the context of commercial production of manuscript books in the decades leading up to the printing press.

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Drawing and the Senses: an Early Modern History
C. Fowler

A study of drawing and philosophy in artistic practice, important not only for art history but also for literature studies, intellectual history, religious history, history of the book,and history of science.

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Conceptualizing the Enemy in Early Northwest Europe. Metaphors of Conflict and Alterity in Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse, and Early Irish Poetry
K. Olsen

Applying Conceptual Metaphor Theory together with literary and anthropological analysis, this study examines metaphors of conflict and alterity in a range of (pseudo-)mythological, heroic, and occasional poetry, including Beowulf, Old Norse skaldic and eddic verse, and poems from the celebrated ‘Ulster Cycle’.

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