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Remembering the Ostrogoths in the Carolingian Empire
By Matthias M. Tischler
Historiography and Identity III: Carolingian Approaches
Edited by Rutger Kramer, Helmut Reimitz, and Graeme Ward
Wounds on Trial:
Forensic Truth, Sanctity, and the Early Modern Visual Culture of Ritual Murder
By Cloe Cavero de Carondelet
Sacred Images and Normativity: Contested Forms in Early Modern Art
Edited by Chiara Franceschini
End of a Pandemic?
Contemporary Explanations for the End of Plague in 18th‑Century England
By Paul Slack
Journal of the European Society for the History of Science, Volume 64 (2022), Issue 1
Edited by Erica Charters
Mythology and Genealogy in the Canonical Sources of Japanese History
By Bernhard Scheid
Historiography and Identity IV: Writing History across Medieval Eurasia
Edited by Walter Pohl and Daniel Mahoney
Representing Africa in the Exequies for King Philip II
By Cristelle Baskins and Borja Franco Llopis
Images in the Borderlands:
The Mediterranean between Christian and Muslim Worlds in the Early Modern Period
Edited by Ivana Čapeta Rakić and Giuseppe Capriotti
Merry and abundant
Celebrating Christmas in the Czech lands in 1950s and 1960s
By Martin Franc
Food & History - 4.2.
Food and Drink Excesses in Europe.
Admissible and Inadmissible Behaviour from Antiquity to the Twenty-first Century
Edited by Allen Grieco, Mary Hyman, and Peter Scholliers