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Brepols continues to serve you !

Brepols continues to serve you! During the coming weeks, we will provide all of our usual publishing and distribution services.

However, as the Corona virus (COVID-19) continues to spread across Belgium and Europe, we have introduced precautionary measures to ensure the safety of our customers, authors, staff, and their families, thus cooperating to control the spread of the virus. From Monday 16 March 2020, a limited number of employees will report to work at the Brepols offices and warehouse. Others will work from home (teleworking) to handle copy-editing, book and e-book production, database and print distribution. This arrangement allows our employees to work from safe spaces, limiting contact with others, as recommended by our health services. Staff members will be avoiding unnecessary travel. Instead, we will take full advantage of our excellent video conferencing tools to remain in touch with each other and with our clients, authors, and collaborators.

We wish you the best and are available to answer any questions that you may have during this period.

Prix Saintour pour Ritualia Gallica, Les rituels imprimés des diocèses français de 1476 à 1800

Le Prix Saintour 2020 de l'Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres a été décerné à Mme Annik Aussedat-Minvielle pour son ouvrage intitulé : Ritualia Gallica, Les rituels imprimés des diocèses français de 1476 à 1800, t. II/3, v. 3a et 3b : Pénitence. Enseignement de la foi. Conseils de vie chrétienne. Cliquez ici pour un dépliant détaillé (en PDF).

Catalogue Forthcoming Titles - Spring 2020

The 2020 Spring issue of our Catalogue Forthcoming Titles is now available. It features newly published and forthcoming titles in the field of Medieval Studies, Language & Literature, Art History, Book History & Manuscript Studies, Music History, Renaissance & Early Modern Studies, Classics & Near Eastern Studies, Corpus Christianorum, Religion & Philosophy until the end of June 2020

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This catalogue includes live links to our website where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage. Available titles can be ordered directly online, using the Brepols webshop.

NEW - Catalogue Philosophy, New Titles 2020

Discover our new & forthcoming publications in philosophy. This new catalogue presents publications in the series Lectio, Aristoteles Latinus, Monothéismes et Philosophie, The Age of Descartes, Instrumenta Patristica et Mediaevalia, Rencontres de Philosophie Médiévale, Corpus Christianorum. Continuatio Mediaevalis, Nutrix, Philosophie hellénistique et romaine / Hellenistic and Roman Philosophy, Studia Sententiarum, Studia Traditionis Theologiae, Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses, Ad Argumenta. Quaestio Special Issues + Quaestio and a number of selected titles.

Click here to download the catalogue (pdf).

This catalogue includes live links to our website, where you can find more information on each title. Just click the book of your choice and you will be redirected to the corresponding webpage. Available titles can be ordered directly online, using the Brepols webshop, or by completing the order form in the catalogue.

New Book Series & Journals

We would like to announce the following NEW book and journal projects that are currently being prepared for publication:

Medieval & Early Modern Studies
- Transcultural Medieval Studies
- The North Atlantic World. Land and Sea as Cultural Space, AD 400–1900
- Global Perspectives on Medieval and Early Modern Historiography

Archaeology & Material Culture
- Rome and After in Central & Eastern Europe
- New Approaches in Archaeology
- Rome Studies. Archaeology, History, & Literature
- Journal of Urban Archaeology
- Archaeology of the Mediterranean World
- MediTo. Landscapes of Mediterranean Central Italy
- The Archaeology of Northern Europe
- Studies in Palmyrene Archaeology and History
- Studies in the Archaeology of the Islamic World
- The East. Identity, Diversity & Contact, from the Southern Balkans to Xinjiang, from the Palaeolithic to Alexander
       ARATTA, Studies in Archaeology & History, from Mesopotamia to the Indus Valley
       OXUS, Studies in the Archaeology & History of Central Asia, from the Caspian Sea to Xinjiang and Altay
       LEMA, Studies in the Archaeology & History of the Levant & Eastern Mediterranean
       ARAXES, Studies in the Archaeology & History of the Caucasus Area & Adjacent Regions

Digitizing Medieval Sources – L’édition en ligne de documents d’archives médiévaux
C. Balouzat-Loubet (ed.)

This book collect the papers of a conference held at Nancy on the 9th and 10th of June 2016 on the digitization of medieval sources. These papers deal not only with technical issues but also with methodological questions raised by the growing importance of digital humanities for medievalists.

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After the Harvest. Storage Practices and Food Processing in Bronze Age Mesopotamia
N. Borrelli, G. Scazzosi (eds.)

After the Harvest explores how grain and its by-products - bread and beer - defined multiple aspects of the Mesopotamian society and economy. The volume examines dynamics of food storage and food processing, using different field of analysis, comparing diverse methodologies and integrating datasets.

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Latin Love Elegy and the Dawn of the Ovidian Age
M. T. Kretschmer

First book-length study of the elegiac love poem Versus Eporedienses (ca. 1080)

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The Notion of Liminality and the Medieval Sacred Space
I. Foletti, K. Doležalová (eds.)

The thematic frame of this issue is the anthropological notion of liminality, applied both to physical as well as imaginary places of transition in medieval art. The volume is thus dedicated to the phenomenon of the limen, the threshold in medieval culture, understood mainly as a spatial, ritual and temporal category.

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Roger II of Sicily. Family, Faith, and Empire in the Medieval Mediterranean World
D. M. Hayes

This volume enhances our understanding of the various strategies used by early Norman rulers of Sicily and Southern Italy – but above all Roger II of Sicily - to establish authority and cultivate identity in the Mediterranean world.

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Settlements and Strongholds in Early Medieval England
M. Bintley

The first interdisciplinary study of settlements and strongholds in early medieval England through their representation in literary and material culture.

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