Journal Viator , vol. 39:2

Viator 39, No. 2 (2008)

Volume 39, No. 2 (2008)

  • Pages: 399 p.
  • Size:175 x 255 mm
  • Illustrations:47 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2008


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    Summary

    The contents of this issue comprise:

    Courtney M. Booker, 'The Public Penance of Louis the Pious: A New Edition of the Episcoporum de poenitentia, quam Hludowicus imperator profesus est, relatio Compendiensis (833)';

    Galit Noga-Banai, 'Between the Menorot: New Light on a Fourth-Century Jewish Representative Composition';

    Luigi Andrea Berto, '“Utilius est veritatem proferre.” A Difficult Memory to Manage: Narrating the Relationships between Bishops and Dukes in Early Medieval Naples';

    Teemu Immonen, 'A Saint as a Mediator between a Bishop and His Flock: The Cult of Saint Bononius in the Diocese of Vercelli under Bishop Arderic (1026/7–1044)';

    Matthew Gabriele, 'The Provenance of the Descriptio qualiter Karolus Magnus: Remembering the Carolingians in the Entourage of King Philip I (1060–1108) before the First Crusade';

    Jennifer A. Harris, 'The Fate of Place in the Twelfth Century: Creation, Restoration, and Body in the Writing of Bernard of Clairvaux';

    Kyunghee Pyun, 'Foundation Legends in the Illuminated Missal of Saint-Denis: Interplay of Liturgy, Hagiography, and Chronicle';

    Robert Fredona, 'Carnival of Law: Bartolomeo Scala’s Dialogue De legibus et iudiciis';

    William Jennings, 'Self and Other: Gonneville’s Encounters in Terra Australis and Brazil';

    Eric M. MacPhail, 'Facilis descensus Averno: Retracing Aeneas’s Steps in Du Bellay’s Regrets';

    Jessica A. Boon, 'Medical Bodies, Mystical Bodies: Medieval Physiological Theory in the Recollection Mysticism of Bernardino de Laredo';

    Claudia Mineo, 'The Economy of Justice: Privileges, Litigation, and the Distribution of Land in Sixteenth-Century Castile'.

    Special section: The Orsini: A Family of Roman Baroni in Context

    Guendalina Ajello Mahler, 'The Orsini Papers at the University of California, Los Angeles: Property Administration, Political Strategy, and Architectural Legacy';

    Thomas Kuehn, 'Fideicommissum and Family: The Orsini di Bracciano';

    Christine Shaw, 'The Exemplary Career of a Rogue Elephant: Napoleone Orsini, Abate di Farfa';

    Caroline Castiglione, 'When a Woman “Takes” Charge: Marie-Anne de la Trémoille and the End of the Patrimony of the Dukes of Bracciano';

    Renata Ago, 'The Orsini and the Aesthetics of Everyday Life'.