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Quaestiones Medii Aevi Novae 2016 (21). Cultures of War. Liturgy

red. Wojciech Fałkowski , Gerd ed. Althoff

Wydawnictwo: Societas Vistulana. Towarzystwo Naukowe, 2016
Stron: 492
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ISBN/ISSN: 9788365548153

 

Autor: red. Wojciech Fałkowski , Gerd ed. Althoff

Wydawnictwo: Societas Vistulana. Towarzystwo Naukowe, 2016

Dział:

Stron: 492

ISBN/ISSN: 9788365548153

 I. Cultures of War ............................................................................................ 5 Philippe Buc By Way of an Introduction ................................................................... 5 Philippe Buc Religions and Warfare: Prolegomena to a Comparative Study ..... 9 Mark Edward Lewis The Army as an Emotional Community in Warring States China ....................................................................................................... 27 Mikael S. Adolphson Violence, Warfare and Buddhism in Early Medieval Japan ........... 63 Thomas D. Conlan When Men Become Gods: Apotheosis, Sacred Space, and Political Authority in Japan 1486-1599 ....................................... 89 Isabel Bueno Bravo The Mexica Polity and the Chalco Confl ict: A Case-Study in Mesoamerican Warfare .................................................................... 107 Jenny Rahel Oesterle Is It Allowed to Fight the Ruler? A Comparison of Selected Islamic and Christian Positions ........................................................... 131 Jay Rubenstein Crusade and Apocalypse: History and the Last Days ..................... 159 II. Liturgy .......................................................................................................... 189 Yitz hak Hen Liturgy and the Propagation of Faith in the Early Medieval West ......................................................................................................... 189 Piotr Roszak Spanish-Mozarabic Funeral Rituals: A Contribution to the Eschatology of the Rite ......................................................................... 205 Cécile Voyer Les cinq sens et les images au Moyen Âge. Voir et revoir les œuvres visuelles médiévales ......................................................... 225 Contents III. XIth Century ................................................................................................ 249 Francesco Renzi Cluny in Medieval Galicia: The damnatio memoriae and the Survival of the Monastery of San Martín de Xuvia (10th-13th Centuries) ................................................................................ 249 Glauco Maria Cantarella Le bruissement du temps : rhétorique, dialectique, mathématique, philosophie entre XIe et XIIe siècles ....................... 271 Giorgio Milanesi Framing the Church of San Martino in Palazzo Pignano (Cremona) in the Historical Context of the Insula Fulcheria, A Land Shared between four Bishops ............................................... 285 IV. Current Research ........................................................................................ 321 Katherine O’Brien O’Keeff e Making Satisfaction: Compensation and the Body in Anglo-Saxon England ...................................................................... 321 Radosław Kotecki With the Sword of Prayer, or How the Medieval Bishop Should Fight ........................................................................................................ 341 Sobiesław Szybkowski Władysław the White, Bartosz Wezemborg and “The Knights of Burgundy”: On a Certain Historiographic Myth Concerning the Civil War in Kujawy under the Reign of Louis I of Hungary ............................................................................................. 371 Anna Paner Erzbischof Jan Rokycana (1397-1471) – politische Persönlichkeit der Hussitenzeit .................................................................................... 401 Wiolett a Zielecka-Mikołajczyk Studies of Numismatics in Belarus and Lithuania .......................... 455 V. Book Notices ................................................................................................ 471 Authors ............................................................................................................. 493