Journal Viator , vol. 52:1

Viator 52, No 1 (2021)

Includes VIATOR Cluster: Humans and Animals on the Move

  • Pages: 463 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:6 b/w, 9 col.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2022

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59245-9
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    VIATOR CLUSTER: HUMANS AND ANIMALS ON THE MOVE

    Humans and Animals on the Move

    PRZEMYSŁAW MARCINIAK 1

    Of Monks and Movable Beasts: Animals as Fellow Travelers in the Navigatio sancti Brendani abbatis

    AYLIN MALCOLM 7

    Always by Your Side – A Special Relationship: Ibn Abī l-Ashʿath on Humans and Horses

    JENS OLE SCHMITT 17

    Diplomatic Exchange of Animals during the Reign of the Ilkhan Abū Saʿīd

    LEON VOLFOVSKY 31

    Elephant Diplomacy: A Disturbing Gift for the Khagan of the Avars

    MARCO CRISTINI 49

    The Dog as Faithful Christian in Alfonso de Espina’s Fortalitium fidei

    ANA L. MENDEZ-OLIVER 61

    Caput lupinum: Appropriating and Rewriting the Wolf Motif in the Gesta Herewardi’s Literary Landscape

    KIMBERLY LIFTON 75

    Animal Auguries and Evangelization in Sixteenth-Century New Spain

    CHRIS VALESEY 87

    "Hunger hard": Food Scarcity and Animal Slaughter in King Richard

    MEGAN LONSINGER 101

    REGULAR ESSAYS

    The Kriegsfahne of Queen Gerberga and the Liudolfing Ascendancy in the West

    FRASER MCNAIR 115

    Baddo, "Daughter of Arthur, King of England": Some Medieval Evidence of the Arthurian Filiation Attributed to a Sixth-Century Visigothic Queen

    HELENE SIRANTOINE 137

    The Function of Twelfth-Century Form in the Chronicle of Richard of Devizes

    MARISA LIBBON 171

    Paris-Babylon/Paris-Jerusalem: Masculinity, Moral Contagion, and the Founding of the Earliest Parisian Colleges

    CHARLES CARROLL 211

    "The soul loves its own flesh": Death and Dying in the Helfta Literature and Bernard’s Sermons on the Song of Songs

    JESSICA BARR 249

    "For those who have been made worthy of favor by new conversion": Angevin Policies toward Jews and Converts in Naples and Provence, 1285–1309

    JESSICA MARIN ELLIOTT 279

    Greek and Philohellenism in England during the Long Thirteenth Century: The Evidence from the Books of the Religious Houses

    CARLOTTA BARRANU 319

    Judicial Processes for and against Bishop Reginald Pecock: New Perspectives on the Mechanisms of His Downfall

    HENRY ANSGAR KELLY 359

    Sapi Export Ivories and Manueline Art: A Connected History

    LUIS URBANO AFONSO 431