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This study reconstructs the relations between the fifteenth century English patron of Italian Renaissance humanism, Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester (1390-1447), his Italian middlemen, and several Italian humanists with regard to the social and political context of their shared literary interests.
The internment of approximately 50,000 foreign troops in the Netherlands, provided an important showcase for the Dutch Government to demonstrate its neutral stance and its impartiality towards the all of the belligerents.
Beyond a philological treatment of the Hurrian-Hittite Ritual of Aštu, this study proposes a reconstruction of fragmentary texts by analysis of text structure. It also discusses the genesis of the text.
This important contribution to the study of Phrygian religious practice and spatial conceptualizations examines the role of the rock-cut monuments in Iron Age Anatolian and provides the reader with new aspects and theories of Phrygian cult and the Mother goddess Kybele.
Edited by Susanne Jenks, Jonathan Rose and Christopher Whittick
This book focuses on medieval legal history. The essays discuss the birth of the Common Law, the interaction between systems of law, the evolution of the legal profession, and the operation and procedures of the Common Law in England. All these factors will ensure a warm reception of the volume ...
Edited by Susanne Schröter, University of Frankfurt
The volume is the first comprehensive compilation of texts on gender constructions, normative gender orders and their religious legitimizations, as well as current gender policies in Islamic Southeast Asia and contributes on current debates on gender and Islam.
Edited by David M. Gwynn and Susanne Bangert. Conceived and Co-ordinated by Luke Lavan. With the Assistance of Carlos Machado and Michael Mulryan
This volume in the ongoing Late Antique Archaeology series draws on material and textual evidence to explore the diverse religious world of Late Antiquity. Subjects include Jews and Samaritans, orthodoxy and heresy, pilgrimage, stylites, magic, the sacred and the secular.
Edited by Susanne Formanek and Sepp Linhart
Andreas Marks, with contributions by Bruce A. Coats, Michael Emmerich, Susanne Formanek, Sepp Linhart, and Rhiannon Paget
Genji's World in Japanese Woodblock Prints provides the first comprehensive overview of Genji prints - one of most celebrated subjects of Japanese woodblock prints - and offers exceptional insight into the art practices of nineteenth-century Japan.
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