Journal The Mediaeval Journal , vol. 4:1

The Mediaeval Journal 4:1 (2014)

  • Pages: 148 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:2 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2014


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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    The Coronation Mantle and the Westminster Sanctuary Pavement — LINDY GRANT

    Many Hands without Design: The Evolution of a Medieval Prophetic Text — ANKE HOLDENRIED

    Origen, Climate Change, and the Erosion of Mountains in Giles of Lessines’s Discussion of the Eternity of the World (c. 1260) — C. PHILIPP E. NOTHAFT

    Langland Reads Ovid: The Myth of Erysichthon and the Figure of Hunger in Piers Plowman — ROBERT COSTOMIRIS

    The Unorthodox ‘Itinerary’ of an Orthodox Bishop: Abraham of Suzdal and his Travels — JULIANA DRESVINA

    Reviews

    The Criminalization of Abortion in the West: Its Origins in Medieval Law (by Wolfgang P. Müller) — ZUBIN MISTRY

    The Reign of Richard II: From Minority to Tyranny, 1377–99 (by Alison K. McHardy) — CHRISTOPHER FLETCHER

    The Middle English Glossed Prose Psalter: Edited from Cambridge, Magdalene College, MS Pepys 2498 (ed. by Robert Ray Black and Raymond St-Jacques) — MICHAEL P. KUCZYNSKI

    Mercurii Trismegisti Pimander sive de potestate et sapientia Dei (by Maurizio Campanelli) — MICHAEL D. REEVE

    The Gothic Screen: Space, Sculpture, and Community in the Cathedrals of France and Germany, ca. 1200–1400 (by Jacqueline E. Jung) — TOM NICKSON

    The Middle English Wise Book of Philosophy and Astronomy: A Parallel-Text Edition. Edited from London, British Library, MS Sloane 2453, with a Parallel Text from New York, Columbia University, MS Plimpton 260 (ed. by Carrie Griffin) — DEREK PEARSALL

    The Fall of Constantinople to the Ottomans: Context and Consequences (by Michael Angold) — DIMITRIS J. KASTRITSIS

    Translating Truth: Ambitious Images and Religious Knowledge in Late Medieval France and England (by Aden Kumler) — JOANKA VAN DER LAAN