Journal Viator, vol. 47:3

Viator 47, No. 3 (2016)

  • Pages: 410 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:44 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2017

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-56005-2
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    Rutger Kramer and Clemens Gantner, "Lateran Thinking: Building an Idea of Rome in the Carolingian Empire"

    Zachary Chitwood, "The Proprietary Church and Monastery in Byzantium and the Eastern Christian World"

    Christopher Bonura, "When Did the Legend of the Last Emperor Originate? A New Look at the Textual Relationship between the Apocalypse of Pseudo-Methodius and the Tiburtine Sibyl"

    Jay Diehl, "The Saint, the Voice, and the Author: Imagining Textual Authority and Personal Presence at Durham Priory, ca. 1080–1150"

    Barbara H. Rosenwein, "Jaufre Rudel, Contrarian"

    James Trilling, "Re-Introducing Digenis Akritis A Byzantine Poem of Strength, Weakness, and the Disturbing Absence of God"

    Sverrir Jakobsson, "The Early Kings of Norway, the Issue of Agnatic Succession, and the Settlement of Iceland"

    Antonio M. Zaldívar, "James I and the Rise of Codeswitching Diplomacy in Thirteenth-Century Catalonia"

    Jo Ann Moran Cruz, "Dante’s Matelda: Queen, Saint, and Mother of Emperors"

    Nino Zchomelidse, "Liminal phenomena: Framing Medieval Cult Images with Relics and Words"

    Sander Govaerts, "‘Mannen van Wapenen’: The Baesweiler Campaign and the Military Labor Market of the County of Loon in the Fourteenth Century"

    Amanda Walling, "The Authority of Impersonation: Gower’s Confessio Amantis and the Secretum Secretorum"

    Chet Van Duzer, "Distant Sons of Adam: A Newly Discovered Early Voice on the Origin of the Peoples of the New World"

    Tamar Cholcman, "Between the Tides: The Call for Political and Economic Reforms—The Concept of Mercantilism in 1599 Antwerp"