Journal The Medieval Low Countries , vol. 4

The Medieval Low Countries – 4 (2017)

  • Pages: 341 p.
  • Size:156 x 234 mm
  • Illustrations:21 b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2018

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-57205-5
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    G.J. de Langen and J.A. Mol, ‘Church Foundation and Parish Formation in Frisia in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: A Planned Development?’

    Justine Smithuis, ‘Urban Historiography and Politics in Fourteenth-Century Utrecht: New Findings on the Dutch Beke (c. 1393)’

    Jan Trachet, Ward Leloup, Kristof Dombrecht, Samuël Deleforterie, Jan Dumolyn, Erik Thoen, Marc Van Meirvenne and Wim De Clerq, ‘Modelling Monnikerede: The Topographical Reconstruction of a Deserted Medieval Outport near Bruges’

    Ulrike Wuttke, ‘Vernacular Eschatology or Eschatology in the Vernacular? The Representation of Death in Fourteenth-Century Vernacular Brabantine Writings’

    Jelle Haemers and Valerie Vrancken, ‘Libels in the City: Bill Casting in Fifteenth-Century Flanders and Brabant’

    Mathilde van Dijk, ‘Baking the Bread and Roasting the Meat: Dorlandus’s Saint Lawrence as a Model for Carthusians’

    Wim Blockmans, ‘The Medieval Roots of the Constitution of the United Provinces’

    Book Reviews
    A propos d’une édition critique récente: Arnoldus Leodiensis, Alphabetum narrationum, Elisa Brilli (ed.) – Annemarieke Willemsen and Hanneke Kik (eds), Golden Middle Ages in Europe. New research into early-medieval communities and identities. Proceedings of the Second ‘Dorestad Congress’ held at the National Museum of Antiquities Leiden, The Netherlands, 2–5 July 2014 – Steven Vanderputten, Imaging Religious Leadership in the Middle Ages. Richard of Saint-Vanne and the Politics of ReformLibri Feudorum, J. E. Spruit and J. M. J. Chorus (transl.) with an introduction by C. H. Bezemer – Sigebert de Gembloux, éd. par Jean-Paul Straus – Taco Hermans, Middeleeuwse woontorens in Nederland, de bouwhistorische benadering van een kasteelvorm – Laura Crombie, Archery and Crossbow Guilds in Medieval Flanders, 1300–1500 – André R. Köller, Agonalität und Kooperation. Führungsgruppen im Nordwesten des Reiches 1250–1550 – Rolf de Weijert-Gutman, Schenken, begraven, gedenken. Lekenmemoria in het Utrechtse kartuizerklooster Nieuwlicht (1391–1580). Gifts, Burial Practices and Remembrance. Memoria in the Utrecht Charterhouse – Frans Gooskens, Idealen en macht. Het kerkelijk netwerk van Anselmus Fabri van Breda in de vijftiende eeuw en de stichting van apostelhuizen – Jaap van Moolenbroek, Nederlandse kruisvaarders naar Damiate aan de Nijl. Acht eeuwen geschiedenis en fantasie in woord en beeld – Paul Bertrand, Les écritures ordinaires. Sociologie d’un temps de révolution documentaire (entre Royaume de France et Empire, 1250–1350) – Gerardi Magni Scripta contra simoniam et proprietarios – Ulrike Wuttke, Im Diesseits das Jenseits bereiten. Eschatologie, Laienbildung und Zeitkritik bei den mittelniederländischen Autoren Jan van Boendale, Lodewijk van Velthem und Jan van Leeuwen – Marieke Abram, Anna Dlabačová, Ingrid Falque, Giacomo Signore (eds), Mobility of Ideas and Transmission of Texts. Religion, Learning, and Literature in the Rhineland and the Low Countries (ca. 1300–1550), with a foreword by Geert Warnar and Loris Sturlese – Thomas Cohen and Lesley Twomey (ed.), Spoken Word and Social Practice. Orality in Europe (1400–1700) – Anne-Laure van Bruane, Bruno Blondé and Marc Boone (eds), Gouden eeuwen. Stad en samenleving in de Lage Landen, 1100–1600 – Alain Marchandisse, Gilles Docquier (eds), Pays bourguignons et Orient: diplomatie, conflits, pèlerinages, échanges (XIVe-XVIe siècles) – Rencontres de Mariemont-Bruxelles (24–27 septembre 2015)