Journal Viator, vol. 29

Viator 29 (1998)

  • Pages: 403 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:1998

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    Contents of this issue: Abstracts; Scott Gwara, 'Second language acquisition and Anglo-Saxon bilingualism: negative transfer and avoidance in Ælfric Bata's Latin {Colloquia} ca. A.D. 1000'; Robert Chazan, 'The First Crusade as reflected in the earliest Hebrew narrative'; Susan Boynton, 'Preformative exegesis in the Fleury {Interfectio Puerorum}'; Gunar Freibergs, 'From Paris to Poland via the Arctic: the origin and transmission of a cosmological theory'; Richard Kay, 'Gerald of Wales and the Fourth Lateran Council'; John S. Langdon, 'Byzantium's initial encounter with the Chinggisids: an introduction to the Byzantino-Mongolica'; Bernard Schlager, 'Foundresses of the Franciscan life: Umiliana Cerchi and Margaret of Cortona'; Nancy van Deusen, 'On the usefulness of music: motion, music, and the thirteenth-century reception of Aristotle's {Physics}'; Marios Philippides, 'The fall of Constantinople 1453: Bishop Leonardo Giustiniani and his Italian followers'; Mary C. Erler, 'A London anchorite, Simon Appulby: his {Fruyte of Redempcyon} and its milieu'; Marc-André Wiesmann, '"La poéééiel" in Montaigne's "Apologie de Raimond Sebond'. A special section on "Iconography, Politics and the Symbolism of Power in Medieval Europe": T.N. Bisson, 'On not eating Polish bread in vain: resonance and conjuncture in the {Deeds of the Princes of Poland} (1109-1113); Alexander Patschovsky, 'The Holy Emperor Henry "the First" as one of the dragon's heads of apocalypse: on the image of the Roman Empire under German rule in the tradition of Joachim of Fiore'; John Van Engen, 'Professing religion: from liturgy to law'; Ludwig Schmugge, 'Cleansing on consciences: some observations regarding the fifteenth-century registers of the papal penitentiary'; Johannes Fried, 'Time and eternity in the eschatology of the Guennol Triptych'; Giles Constable, 'The place of the crusader in medieval society'.