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Eva De Visscher, University of Oxford, Aberystwyth University
In Reading the Rabbis Eva De Visscher examines the level of Hebrew scholarship, programme of literal exegesis, and use of Jewish and Christian Hebraist sources in two commentaries on the Psalms by English polymath Herbert of Bosham (c.1120-c.1194).
Thomas Sullivan, O.S.B.
This register presents biographical information, drawn from a wide variety of sources, concerning the origins, education, and careers of 671 Benedictine monks known to have studied or taught at the University of Paris in the late Middle Ages.
Andrew Mark Godfrey
Drawing on archival research into jurisdictional change, litigation and dispute settlement, this book provides a fundamental reassessment of the origins of a central court in Scotland, arguing for the overriding significance of the foundation of the College of Justice in 1532.
Sarah Kate Raphael, independent scholar
This study examines environmental disasters in the Levant. The data is drawn from contemporary sources. The main aim is to determine the long and short-term repercussions of environmental disasters on the regional affairs during the Crusader, Ayyubid and Mamluk periods.
This book reconstructs the scholastic arguments about marital indissolubility and papal power that lay behind John XXII’s 1322 constitution Antique Concertationi. It illustrates the dynamic relationship between canon law and theology, and the tensions between papal authority and academic ...
Edited by Nancy van Deusen and Leonard Michael Koff
Mobs are complex, often an enigma. The topic of Mobs presented here serves as a means to address not only an important historical as well as present consideration, but to provide multiple disciplinary methods and viewpoints, bringing the past into the present.
Ranging over Canon and medieval roman Law down to the 1804 ‘Code civil’, this work includes twenty-three articles on the history of law on the subject of the Child. Now that the evolution of behaviour and biological technology has led lawyers to fundamentally reconsider the laws concerning human ...
Represents a major contribution to the study of a particular method of teaching the various disciplines of law, theology, the arts and medicine, known as the scholastic disputation or quaestio disputata. Traces its history from the beginnings in the 12th century to its demise in the 18th.
Ole J. Benedictow
In this monograph, the alternative theories to the established bubonic-plague theory as to the microbiological identity of historical plague epidemics are intensively discussed in the light of the historical sources and the medical primary research and standard works.
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 ...
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