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The Serf, the Knight, and the Historian
Dominique Barthélemy
Dominique Barthélemy presents a sharply revisionist account of the history of France around the year 1000, challenging the traditional view that France underwent a kind of revolution at the millennium which ushered in feudalism.



The Good Wife's Guide (Le Ménagier de Paris)
A Medieval Household Book
"You said that you would not fail to improve yourself according to my teaching and correction, and you would do everything in your power to behave according to my wishes." [Prologue] "I urge you to bewitch and bewitch again your future husband, and...



Quaestiones Variae Herico de Gandavo adscriptae
In the process of completing his critical edition of Marcus of Orvieto's Liber de Moralitatibus, Girard J. Etzkorn happened upon a set of questions attributed to Henry of Ghent at the end of Rome's Bibliotheca Angelica codex 750. These questions are...



Humanistica Lovaniensia
Journal of Neo-Latin Studies
Volume 57



Science Translated
Latin and Vernacular Translations of Scientific Treatises in Medieval Europe
Mediaevalia Lovaniensia 40 Medieval translators played an important role in the development and evolution of a scientific lexicon. At a time when most scholars deferred to authority, the translations of canonical texts assumed great importance...



Heresy and the Politics of Community
The Jews of the Fatimid Caliphate
Marina Rustow
A new perspective on the factional conflict between two medieval Jewish sects: the Rabbanites and Qaraites.



The Making of Saint Louis
Kingship, Sanctity, and Crusade in the Later Middle Ages
M. Cecilia Gaposchkin
M. Cecilia Gaposchkin reconstructs and analyzes the process that led to King Louis IX of France's canonization in 1297 and the consolidation and spread of his cult.



"Recevez ce mien petit labeur"
Studies in Renaissance Music in Honour of Ignace Bossuyt
Mark Delaere, Pieter Bergé






Passion and Order
Restraint of Grief in the Medieval Italian Communes
Carol Lansing
The way in which a society expresses grief can reveal how it views both intense emotions and public order. In thirteenth-century Italian communes, a conscious effort to change appropriate public reaction to death threw into sharp relief connections...



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