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by Julia Boffey,P King

eBook London and Europe in the Later Middle Ages (WPMRS 9) (Westfield Publications in Medieval and Renaissance Studies) epub
  • ISBN: 1870059077
  • Author: Julia Boffey,P King
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Europe
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brepols (December 31, 1996)
  • Pages: 269 pages
  • ePUB size: 1562 kb
  • FB2 size 1182 kb
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Boffey works in the medieval and early modern areas, especially on traditions of English verse writing, and with .

Boffey works in the medieval and early modern areas, especially on traditions of English verse writing, and with a particular focus on Chaucer and fifteenth-century literature. She came to Queen Mary after studying at Newnham College, Cambridge and then the Centre for Medieval Studies at York, where her . hil. thesis was on late Middle English verse manuscripts.

Westfield Publications in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (WPMRS 9). London and Europe in the Later . This publication covers many aspects of London's history and culture from the twelfth to the early sixteenth centuries.

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Westfield Publications in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. English The volume is of relevance to historians, literary scholars and all those with an interest in medieval urban culture. Format Hardback 258 pages. By (author) Julia Boffey, By (author) Pamela M. King. The volume is of relevance to historians, literary scholars and all those with an interest in medieval urban culture. Dimensions 16. 1 x 23. 4 x 2. mm 46. g. Publication date 25 Apr 2002. Publisher Westfield Publications in Medieval Studies. Publication City/Country Turnhout, Belgium. ISBN13 9781870059077. Other books in this series. The Transmission of Old English Poetry.

Boffey, Julia and King, Pamela, Westfield Publications in Medieval Studies, 9 (London: Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, 1995), pp. 149–80. Somerset, Fiona, Clerical Discourse and Lay Audience in Late Medieval England, Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature, 37 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998). Spiegel, Gabrielle . ‘History, Historicism, and the Social Logic of the Text in the Middle Ages’, Speculum, 65 (1990), 59–86

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Anyone who studies early medieval history is aware of the difficulties and gaps in the .

Anyone who studies early medieval history is aware of the difficulties and gaps in the evidence: conclusions have to be provisional. The essays in this book span nearly twenty years, and t make no apology for having sometimes changed my mind. But readers will be aware of a larger shift in perspective, and for this 1 owe an explanation. I will put it in terms of three debts.

The Middle Ages have a special place in the history of Europe . During this period, a Christian community was formed in Europe. It laid the foundations of modern sciences and an education system. Established in the Middle Ages, national states and institutions promoted the further development of Western civilization. Despite its many-sidedness, spirituality and culture of the Middle Ages were built around a single vector. The religion permeates all spheres of life of the medieval society. In the Middle Ages, the church served a variety of functions, which later became state-owned. For the formation of a pan-European legal culture, the canon (Church) law was of great importance.

Volga Bulgaria emerged in the late 9th – early 10th century as the union of different . Its purpose is to introduce and analyze key concepts in the study of medieval political culture

Volga Bulgaria emerged in the late 9th – early 10th century as the union of different ethnopolitical groups led by the Bulgars. In the 920's Almış, the ruler of the Bulgars, followed by Ibn Fadlan designated by the term "Sakaliba" ethno-political group in aggregate subordinated to Almış. Its purpose is to introduce and analyze key concepts in the study of medieval political culture. The representation of power by means of texts, buildings and images is a theme which has long interested historians. In the course of the Middle Ages, the Copts experienced a variety of drastic changes in the attitude of Muslim rulers towards them, from confidence to disgrace.

Twelfth-Century Spirituality and the Late Middle Ages,' Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 5, e.

Twelfth-Century Spirituality and the Late Middle Ages,' Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 5, ed. O. B. Hardison, Jr. (Proceedings of the Southeastern Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Summer, 1969; Chapel Hill, . A Report of a Lost Sermon by St Bernard on the Failure of the Second Crusade,' Studies in Medieval Cistercian History Presented to Jeremiah F. O'Sullivan (Cistercian Studies Series, 13; Spencer, Mass.

Explore the latest publications in Medieval England, and find Medieval .

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The selection of topics covers many aspects of London's history and culture from the twelfth to the early sixteenth centuries, beginning with a discussionof the representation of London in the famous description by William FitzStephen and including a comparative survey of the documentary sources available for the study of medieval London and Paris. The volume is of relevance to historians, literary scholars and all those with an interest in medieval urban culture.
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