Journal Viator, vol. 42:1

Viator 42, No. 1 (2011)

Volume 42, No. 1 (2011)

  • Pages: 407 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:26 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2011

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-53454-1
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    Owen M. Phelan, “The Importance of Reading and the Nature of the Soul: Zurich, Zentralbibliothek C64 and Christian Formation in Carolingian Europe”

    Todd Preston, “An Alternative Solution to Exeter Book Riddle 77”

    Ildar Garipzanov, “Religious Symbols on Early Christian Scandinavian Coins (ca. 995–1050): From Imitation to Adaptation” 

    Takashi Shogimen and Cary J. Nederman, “The Best Medicine? Medical Education, Practice, and Metaphor in John of Salisbury’s Policraticus and Metalogicon” 

    Charles Russell Stone, “Investigating Macedon in Medieval England: The St Albans Compilation, the Philippic Histories, and the Reception of Alexander the Great" 

    Tomas Zahora, “Tropology in Practice: Alexander Neckam’s Solatium Fidelis Anime” 

    Nancy Vine Durling, “The Destruction d’Acre and Its Epistolary Prologue (BnF fr. 24430)” 

    Mary Dzon, “Boys Will Be Boys: The Physiology of Childhood and the Apocryphal Christ Child in the Later Middle Ages” 

    Renana Bartal, “Bridal Mysticism and Eucharistic Devotion: The Marriage of the Lamb in an Illustrated Apocalypse from Fourteenth-Century England” 

    Glending Olson, “Demonism, Geometric Nicknaming, and Natural Causation in Chaucer’s Summoner’s and Friar’s Tales” 

    Michael Vargas, “Weak Obedience, Undisciplined Friars, and Failed Reforms in the Medieval Order of Preachers” 

    Helen Young, “‘Des Gestes des Englays’: England and the English in Piers Langtoft’s Chronicle” 

    Michael Foster, “Paternal Wisdom and the Social Contest of Fifteenth-Century England in Cotton Caligula A.II” 

    Luba Freedman, “Two Spalliera Paintings of Roman Monuments in the Galleria Colonna” 

    Vasileios Syros, “Founders and Kings Versus Orators: Medieval and Early Modern Views on the Origins of Social Life”