Journal Viator, vol. 53:1

Viator 53, No 1 (2022)

  • Pages: v + 385 p.
  • Size:178 x 254 mm
  • Illustrations:18 b/w, 3 tables b/w., 6 maps b/w, 3 maps color
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2023

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59884-0
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    Ex Oriente, Rex: Imperial Saviors in the Wake of Islam

    Matthew O’Farrell

    "Bad speech corrupts good morals": The Context and Subtext of Gunzo of Novara’s Letter to the Monks of Reichenau

    Justin Lake

    Speech Representation in Robert Mannyng’s Handlyng Synne as a Pedagogical Tool

    Sara M. Pons-Sanz

    Encountering the Medieval Altar: A Set of Seventeen Chapel Inventories from Burgos Cathedral (1369)

    Maeve Marta O’Donnell

    Painful Pageantry: The Local Circumstances of Royal Visitations in Late Medieval Iberia

    Thomas W. Barton

    Bazene, Cheverel, and Lasche: Middle English Recipes for Red Dyed Skins, Their European Parallels, and Alexandrian Precursors

    Mark Clarke

    Enigmatic Phrases above Two Ptolemaic World Maps from 1482

    Chet Van Duzer

    How to Survive in the Renaissance Tatar Crimea: Ławryn Piaseczyński’s Ambassador’s Duties in the Context of His Unique Diplomatic Experiences

    Michał E. Nowakowski

    The Bison Trail through the Hercynian Forest: Names, Images, and Identities in Ptolemy’s Tabula Europae IV and Münster’s Cosmographia

    Grażyna Jurkowlaniec

    Conceptualizing War in Balthasar Russow’s Chronica der Prouintz Lyfflandt

    Joseph Sproule