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Avicenna
Lenn E. Goodman
In this updated edition of his classic work, Lenn E. Goodman provides a concise introduction to the life and thought of Abu Ali al-Husain ibn Abdallah ibn Sina, known as Avicenna, who was born in the year 980 C.E. near Bokhara in what is now...



Avicenna and His Heritage
Acts of the International Colloquium, Leuven, September 8–11, 1999
Ibn Sina, known in the West as Avicenna, may be considered to be a major figure of the history of Arabo-Islamic philosophy, medicine and science. His influence was substantial and enduring, not only in the Islamic world, but also in medieval...



Before the Gregorian Reform
The Latin Church at the Turn of the First Millennium
John Howe
Before the Gregorian Reform challenges us to rethink the history of the Church and its place in the broader narrative of European history. Compellingly written and generously illustrated, it is a book for all medievalists as well as general readers interested in the Middle Ages and Church history.



Begging Pardon and Favor
Ritual and Political Order in Early Medieval France
Geoffrey Koziol
Koziol uncovers the dense meanings of early medieval rituals of supplication in France, illuminating the complex changes in social relations and political power in the tenth and eleventh centuries.






Between Text and Tradition
Pietro d'Abano and the Reception of Pseudo-Aristotle's Problemata Physica in the Middle Ages






The Bishop's Palace
Architecture and Authority in Medieval Italy
Maureen C. Miller
This lavishly illustrated book looks at the art and architecture of episcopal palaces as expressions of power and ideology. Tracing the history of the bishop's residence in the urban centers of northern Italy over the Middle Ages, Maureen C. Miller...



A Blessed Shore
England and Bohemia from Chaucer to Shakespeare
Alfred Thomas
In The Winter's Tale, Antigonus announces that his ship has washed up on the shores of Bohemia. How and why landlocked Bohemia? Did Shakespeare not know his geography, or is something else at work here? Alfred Thomas answers these questions by...



Boethius's "De topicis differentiis"
Boethius
"Students of Boethius and of medieval logic will . . . profit from Stump's work on this difficult treatise. Her translation, . . . the first into English . . . and the interpretative essays, e.g., on dialectic and Aristotle's Topics, Peter of Spain...



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