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Festschrift Sever J. Voicu

Philologie, herméneutique et histoire des textes entre Orient et Occident gathers 49 scholarly contributions on topics such as patristic studies, eastern Christianity, apocrypha of the Old and New Testaments, palaeography, and codicology. The volume is offered to Sever J. Voicu, former Scriptor Graecus at the Vatican Library and professor at the Istituto Patristico « Augustinianum ».

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Prix Beatus Rhenanus 2017

James Hirstein, Maître de conférences habilité de latin à l'Université de Strasbourg, dont les travaux portent notamment sur l’humanisme rhénan des XVe et XVIe siècles, plus particulièrement sur la personnalité et l’oeuvre de l’humaniste Beatus Rhenanus, est le lauréat du premier prix Beatus Rhenanus. Le prix, créé en 2017 et décerné par l’Académie des Sciences, Lettres et Arts d’Alsace, en partenariat avec les Amis de la Bibliothèque Humaniste de Sélestat, a pour objectif le rayonnement culturel de l’Alsace à travers l’affirmation d’une identité française, rhénane et européenne.

Profitez d'une remise de 20% sur les ouvrages du Professeur Hirstein parus dans la collection "Studia Humanitatis Rhenana".

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We are pleased to provide you with a selection of 260+ titles from our rich backlist catalogue. All of the selected titles are almost out of stock, as we have not more than 5 copies available in our warehouse. For most of these titles a reprint is impossible or will not be taken into consideration.

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The NEW catalogue Forthcoming Titles (Winter 2017) is now available online

The Winter 2017 issue of our Catalogue Forthcoming Titles is now available. It features newly published and forthcoming titles in Medieval Studies, Languages & Literature, Art and Music History, Early Modern Studies, Classics, Religious Studies,.... until the end of February 2017.

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Intricate Interfaith Networks in the Middle Ages
E. Shoham-Steiner (ed.)

The book explores the extraordinarily intricate network of connections between Christians and Jews in the medieval urban sphere.

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The Grand Ducal Medici and their Archive (1537-1743)
A. Assonitis, B. Sandberg (eds.)

Taking advantage of the vast archives of the Medici Grand Dukes, the authors of this volume present original research and fresh perspectives on the Medici family and the Tuscan court, revealing the mechanisms of Medicean diplomacy, patronage, and cultural brokerage.

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The Medieval Translator. Translation and Authority - Authorities in Translation
P. De Leemans, M. Goyens (eds.)

Medieval translation of authoritative texts and the way medieval translators deal with authoritative authors.

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Early Netherlandish Painting in Budapest
Susan Urbach

Matthias Weniger, in The Burlington Magazine, Febr. 2017:

"The fact that the entire collection has now been made accessible in a systematic catalogue will be highly appreciated (...) every scholar working in the field will be grateful that the important Budapest collection has now been made accessible in this exemplary way." 

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Volume I: € 127 (<=> € 150) excl. taxes  valid until 28/02/2017

Volume II: € 127 (<=> € 150) excl. taxes valid until 28/02/2017

La rigueur et la passion. Mélanges en l’honneur de Pascale Bourgain
C. Giraud, D. Poirel (éd.)

Ce volume qui renferme 57 contributions portant sur la littérature médiolatine entend rendre hommage à Pascale Bourgain, Professeur émérite d’Histoire et tradition manuscrite des textes littéraires à l’École nationale des chartes.

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Monumentum. L'Habitation, le Politique, le Sacré
S. Petrosino (ed.)

Les articles réunis ici se penchent sur la notion de «monumentum», et cherchent à montrer comment le fait d’«être monument» n’est pas une caractéristique exclusive de certaines constructions mais la caractéristique fondamentale de toute construction proprement humaine précisément.

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