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This survey provides medievalists and Renaissance scholars alike with the first comprehensive introduction to Franciscan texts of religious instruction, ranging from sermon cycles, catechistic manuals and novice training treatises, to the larger texts of liturgical and religious edification.
This new interpretation of the reign of Calixtus II (1119-1124) challenges the conventional analysis explaining why this life-long opponent of the emperor, Henry V, agreed to compromise over imperial investitures of bishops in the Concordat of Worms of 1122.
Louis B. Pascoe, S.J.
A study of Pierre d’Ailly’s (1351-1420) views on bishops, theologians, and canon lawyers with special emphasis upon their individual status, office, and authority within the Church. This study also illustrates the broader apocalyptic, evangelical, and reformative dimensions of d’Ailly’s thought.
Edited by Sarah Blick and Rita Tekippe
These essays explore the visual experience and material culture associated with medieval pilgrimage shrines of northern Europe and Britain, particularly the art and architecture created to intensify spiritual experience for pilgrims and provide lingering stimuli for remembrance from afar.
Herausgegeben von Martin Kaufhold
This volume brings together principal reflections on the phenomenon of political theory in the age of scholasticism with focussed case studies of prominent authors and their work. It thus presents a vivid profile of the current discussion about political theory in the later Middle Ages.
Herausgegeben von Falk Eisermann, Eva Schlotheuber und Volker Honemann
This volume contains 11 contributions by literary historians, art historians, historians and archaeologists. They open up mostly unknown or unstudied sources for the culture of nunneries in the late Middle Ages (texts, works of art and buildings). Examples from Germany, Switzerland and England ...
Edited by Wim Janse
Edited by Theo Clemens and Wim Janse
From earliest times the Western Church has fiercely debated questions about the place of the ministry within the Church and Church government. What requirements should be met by candidates for holy orders and what do we expect of priests and ministers: personal holiness, training for their ...
This study contextualizes Konrad of Megenberg’s “Book of Natural Things” within the natural philosophy practiced by the Faculty of Arts in the 14th century. Albert the Great and texts of ps.-Albert emerge as significant in this interpretation.
Edition with an Introduction and Appendices by E.P. Bos
This anonymous source publication of a university discussion held in Prague about 1400 provides us with new information about medieval semantics after Peter of Spain and Richard Billingham. The edition is the basis of a partial reconstruction of Thomas of Cleves’ Logica.
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