MEDITATIONS ON THE LIFE OF CHRIST AN ILLUSTRATED MANUSCRIPT OF THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY PRINCETON MONOGRAPHS IN ART AND ARCHAEOLOGY

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Art Identity And Devotion In Fourteenth Century England

Author : Kathryn Ann Smith
ISBN : 0802086918
Genre : Art
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Examines the De Lisle hours of Margaret de Beauchamp, the De Bois hours (Dubois hours) of Hawisia de Bois, and the Neville of Hornby hours of Isabel de Byron.
Category: Art

Childhood In The Middle Ages And The Renaissance

Author : Albrecht Classen
ISBN : 9783110895445
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Earlier theses on the history of childhood can now be laid to rest and a fundamental paradigm shift initiated, as there is an overwhelming body of evidence to show that in medieval and early modern times too there were close emotional relations between parents and children. The contributors to this volume demonstrate conclusively on the one hand how intensively parents concerned themselves with their children in the pre-modern era, and on the other which social, political and religious conditions shaped these relationships. These studies in emotional history demonstrate how easy it is for a subjective choice of sources, coupled with faulty interpretations – caused mainly by modern prejudices toward the Middle Ages in particular – to lead to the view that in the past children were regarded as small adults. The contributors demonstrate convincingly that intense feelings – admittedly often different in nature – shaped the relationship between adults and children.
Category: Literary Criticism

Corpus Christi

Author : Miri Rubin
ISBN : 0521438055
Genre : History
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A paperback edition of Miri Rubin's highly successful study of the meaning of the eucharist, c. 1150-1500.
Category: History

How To Read Medieval Art

Author : Wendy A. Stein
ISBN : 9781588395979
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The intensely expressive art of the Middle Ages was created to awe, educate and connect the viewer to heaven. Its power reverberates to this day, even among the secular. But experiencing the full meaning and purpose of medieval art requires an understanding of its narrative content. This volume introduces the subjects and stories most frequently depicted in medieval art, many of them drawn from the Bible and other religious literature. Included among the thirty-eight representative works are brilliant altarpieces, stained-glass windows, intricate tapestries, carved wood sculptures, delicate ivories, and captivating manuscript illuminations, all drawn from the holdings of the Metropolitan Museum, one of the world's most comprehensive collections of medieval art. Iconic masterworks such as the Merode Altarpiece, the Unicorn Tapestries, and the Belles Heures of the duc de Berry are featured along with less familiar work. Descriptions of the individual pieces highlight the context in which they were made, conveying their visual and technical nuances as well as their broader symbolic meaning. With its accessible informative discussions and superb full-color illustrations, How to Read Medieval Art explores the iconographic themes of the period, making them clearly recognizable and opening vistas onto history and literature, faith and devotion.
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Cultures Of Communication From Reformation To Enlightenment

Author : James Van Horn Melton
ISBN : 0754605485
Genre : History
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This volume of 15 interdisciplinary essays is based on papers given at a conference at Duke University in 1998. Focusing on the territories of the Holy Roman Empire from the early Reformation to the mid-eighteenth century, the volume examines some of the structures, practices and media of communication that helped shape the social, cultural, and political history of the period.
Category: History