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Edited by Lawrin Armstrong, Ivana Elbl and Martin M. Elbl
The volume explores late medieval market mechanisms and associated institutional, fiscal and monetary, organizational, decision-making, legal and ethical issues, as well as selected aspects of production, consumption and market integration. The essays span a variety of local, regional, and ...
Based upon the manuscripts and text of the commentary on St. Paul written by Lanfranc of Bec in the mid-eleventh century, this book examines the context, theology, and methods of Lanfranc's composition and the influence of his teaching at Bec.
The first academic book concerning the most interesting archaeological discoveries of Medieval date (6th-mid 13th centuries) in Poland. The book is meant mainly for students, archaeologists and historians. It will also interest a wider audience interested in the history and archaeology of ...
Edited by William R. Cook
This volume includes a collection of essays of scholars from several disciplines and focuses on the art produced for the Franciscans in Italy from the 13th to the 15th century. They contain a wide range of subject matter (fresco, panel, stained glass window) and a variety of approaches.
This study defines and chronicles the so-called "external school," a monastic institution often presumed to have trained non-monastic students in Latin literacy. Through an examination of the intentions of political and ecclesiastical leaders, the efffects of missionary activities, and the role ...
Through insightful interpretations of the action theories propounded by Aristotle, Anselm, Aquinas, Scotus, and Suárez, this book demonstrates the philosophical and theological importance of negligent omissions and constructs a model by which the problem of their voluntariness can be solved.
Edited by Luke Lavan and William Bowden
This volume explores the theoretical frameworks, methodology and field practice suited to late antique archaeology. It considers broad themes such as social life, the economy, topography and long-term change, but also engages fully with the specific historical issues and evidential problems of ...
The book examines the link between history and archeology derived from funerary and settlement materials in early Medieval Central Europe. The evidence demonstrates that the populations located to the north of the Roman frontiers were culturally aware societies with socio-political structures.
Edited by Brian Patrick McGuire
This guide to the life and writings of Jean Gerson (1363-1429) provides the reader with a state-of-the-art evaluation of the place of this central theologian and church reformer in the transition from medieval to early modern culture, spirituality and religion.
Edited by Ian C. Levy
The Companion to John Wyclif contains eight substantial essays (20-30,000 words each) which cover all the major areas of Wyclif's life and thought. Each essay provides timely research that is thoroughly grounded in the primary texts while making use of the most recent secondary literature. ...
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