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Edited by István P. Bejczy and Richard G. Newhauser
This volume contains fifteen contributions on diverse aspects of twelfth-century moral thought, including monastic morality, (proto-)scholastic virtue ethics, the conception of virtue in various socio-political contexts and ethical traditions in Islamic and Jewish philosophy.
This book is an exploration of the post-New Testament figure of Simon Magus spanning the patristic era, Middle Ages, and the early modern period as found in art, vernacular literatures, heresiologies, theological texts, hagiographies and homilies.
Herausgegeben von Gudrun Litz, Heidrun Munzert und Roland Liebenberg
The history of belief, piety, and theology (Frömmigkeitsgeschichte) has long stood in the center of Erlangen church historian Berndt Hamm’s research interest. Inspired by his work, scholars from Europe and the U.S. have produced this interdisciplinary volume covering topics from the early Middle ...
Edited by Thomas J. Heffernan and Thomas E. Burman
This book is a study of the multiplicity of ways the Bible was used by different groups during the Middle Ages. They explore different aspects of Christian Biblical Study in the face of the challenges of religious pluralism in the medieval and early-modern periods.
Ambrosios Giakalis. With a Foreword by Henry Chadwick
This study of the theological arguments presented at the Seventh Ecumenical Council (Nicaea II) of 787 is a clear exposition of the place of icons in the Eastern Church's approach to salvation
Edited by Elizabeth Lane Furdell
This collection of twelve essays explores various aspects in the development of medicine from the Middle Ages to 1700 with a particular emphasis on revisiting original texts for new insights in the culture of healing.
This study offers a comprehensive survey of the philosophy of language of Thomas Aquinas by analysing the acts of human reason as principles of language and by establishing them as the overarching point of reference for semiotic, epistemological, semantic, pragmatic and scientific considerations.
Edited by Angel Nicolaou-Konnari and Chris Schabel
The only one-volume scholarly survey of the ethnic groups, economy, religion, literature, and art of the multicultural Lusignan Kingdom of Cyprus during the first centuries of Frankish rule following the conquest of the Byzantine island in the Third Crusade.
Edited by John F. Haldon
This collection of studies introduces the study of logistics in the late Roman and medieval world as an integral element in the study of resource production, allocation and consumption, and hence of the social and economic history of the societies in question.
Edited by Hugh Kennedy
This book investigates the Muslim castles of greater Syria from c.700 to c.1700 from archaeological and historical perspectives.
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