Journal Viator, vol. 49:3

Viator 49, No. 3 (2018)

  • Pages: v + 330 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2020

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-57873-6
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    News in the Middle Ages: News, Communications, and the Launch of the Third Crusade in 1187–1188 - Helen Birkett

    Audita Tremendi and the Call for the Third Crusade Reconsidered, 1187–1188 - Thomas W. Smith

    Reading Geoffrey of Monmouth in Wales: The Intellectual Roots of Brut y Brenhinedd in Latin Commentaries, Glosses, and Variant Texts - Georgia Henley

    Female Suicide in Thirteenth-Century Iceland: The Case of Brynhildr in Völsunga Saga - Kirsi Kanerva

    The Day the Emperor Became Podestà: Negotiating Legitimacy in a Fourteenth-Century Commune - Luca R. Foti

    "Ainssi comme ung beaux mirouer": A Medieval French Translation of Margaret of Oingt’s Speculum - Huw Grange

    "To See beyond the Moment is Delightful": Devout Chronologies of the Late Medieval Low Countries - Matthew S. Champion

    The Maces of the Jagiellonian University: A Contribution to the Research on Insignia of Power in the Late Middle Ages and at the Beginning of the Early Modern Period - Marek Walczak

    Crossing Boundaries. Reconsidering the Question of the Spheres of Influence between Florence and Milan: A Problem of Territoriality in Renaissance Italy - Luciano Piffanelli

    "By Means of Secret Help and Gifts": Venetians, Mamluks, and Pilgrimage to the Holy Land at the Turn of the Sixteenth Century - Jesse Hysell

    The Diffusion of the De spiritu et anima and Cistercian Reflection on the Soul - Constant J. Mews