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MEDIEVAL STUDIES
F orthcoming T itles Autumn2013 / Medieval Studies
New Approaches to Early
Law in Scandinavia
Stefan Brink, Lisa Collinson (eds.)
approx. x + 200 p., 1 b/w ill., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, AS 3, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54754-1, € 70
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
ACTA SCANDINAVICA
During recent years, there has been a revival
of interest in the early laws of Scandinavia. In
this volume several aspects of this feld are pre-
sented and discussed, such as the introduction
and development in medieval Denmark of the
næfnd, a kind of ‘jury’, which replaced the or-
deal. Te Law of the Hälsingar (Hälsingelagen)
is analysed and found to comprise multiple lay-
ers, a mixture of obviously-old local laws and
legal customs, together with new royal decrees,
Church laws etc., and with close links with
early Norwegian law and legal terminology. In
one article the kristindómsbálkr (‘Church Law’,
or ‘Ecclesiastical Law Section’) of the town law
of Trondheim, Norway (the so-called Niòaróss
Bjarkeyjarréttr) and the provincial law of me-
dieval Trøndelag, Frostujingslög are compared.
Diferent approaches to handling violence and
homicide involving laymen and clerics in late
medieval Norway are discussed, drawing on
the recent discovery of register protocols of
the Penitentiary at the Papal Curia. Te Older
and the Younger Law (Äldre Västgötalagen and
Yngre Västgötalagen) are analysed from existing
manuscripts, in an attempt to answer the ques-
tion where the initiative came from to write the
laws down. Several words for ‘outlawry’ in the
Old Scandinavian languages are analysed, and
the usage of the words in western Norway, Ice-
land and also in Anglo-Saxon England. One
author chisels out a general theory of legal
culture, aimed at showing how the introduc-
tion into Norwegian legal culture of three
new elements (norm-producing, large-scale
law-making; confict-resolving juries; equity as
idea of justice) together led to a major change
in legal culture in medieval Norway. Te fnal
article focuses on homicide and wounding,
and discusses the development of penal law in
Denmark in the Middle Ages, attempting to
explain that development in the light of both
domestic conditions and foreign infuence,
especially from Sweden and Germany.
Te Book of Nature and
Humanity in Medieval and
Early Modern Europe
David Hawkes,
Richard G. Newhauser (eds.)
approx. 375 p., 19 b/w ills., 2 b/w tables, 152 x 229 mm,
2013, ASMAR 29, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54921-7, approx. € 70
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
ARIZONA STUDIES IN
THE MIDDLE AGES AND
THE RENAISSANCE
Some modern commentators welcome the al-
leged approach of the ‘post-human’ era as a
liberation from the constraints of essentialist
identity. Others lament it as a harbinger of the
death of the soul. But both groups will fnd it
instructive to consider that the nature of hu-
manity has always been a contested topic. Te
chapters collected here suggest that the emer-
gence of the modern idea of the human was at
least as fraught a process as its putative demise.
David Hawkes and Richard G. Newhauser
have selected a wide array of contributions for
this volume. Renowned scholars from several
disciplines have produced a series of fascinat-
ing essays, which concentrate on the relation
between humanity and nature as it was un-
derstood in the medieval and early modern
periods. Te issues they examine range from
poaching to fatulence, from Aztec animal sym-
bolism to Jesus’s grandmother, from tulips to
the Trinity. 
Some chapters examine a wide variety of popu-
lar texts, from the bloody legend of Robert the
Devil to the sinister magic of the Anglo-Saxon
‘wen charm,’ from Lutheran Books of Nature to
Emperor Maximillian’s wedding.  Te result is a
book that raises intriguing implications for the
modern struggle over the meaning of mankind.
Fils du Martel
La naissance, léducation
et la jeunesse de Pépin,
dit « le Bref » (v. 714 - v. 741)
Alain J. Stoclet
approx. 300 p., 24 ill. n/b, 156 x 234 mm, 2013, HIFA 13,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54877-7, approx. € 70
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
HISTOIRES DE FAMILLE.
LA PARENTÉ AU MOYEN ÂGE
Fils du Martel explore linexplorable : la vie
dun roi qui régna au plus sombre, peut-être,
des siècles réputés « obscurs » du Moyen Âge,
dont la mémoire collective ne retient guère
que le nom, « amusant », et lhistoire savante
quelques bribes très tôt momifées ; encore ne
sagit-il pas de cet objet considéré dans son
ensemble, mais de sa première tranche exclu-
sivement, entre toutes la moins exposée aux
regards mnémogènes du dehors, celle dont les
confns sont fxés, peu ou prou, par le cercle
familial. Un redoutable déf, donc, qui oblige à
échanger la focale emblématique de lhistorien,
macroscopique, pour un instrument capable de
pénétrer les profondeurs.
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Les Stratégies Matrimoniales
(IX
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-XIII
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siècle)
Martin Aurell (éd.)
approx. 350 p., 15 ill. n/b, 5 ill. couleur, 32 tables n/b,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, HIFA 14, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54923-1, approx. € 70
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
HISTOIRES DE FAMILLE.
LA PARENTÉ AU MOYEN ÂGE
Depuis une soixantaine dannées, le structu-
ralisme a mis lalliance au cœur de létude de
la parenté. Sinspirant de lanthropologie, les
historiens tentent ainsi de dégager les règles
qui président à léchange de femmes entre
les familles médiévales. Ils sont cependant
conscients de la spécifcité du Moyen Âge, où
le mariage est fortement infuencé par le chris-
tianisme, par le droit romain, et plus généra-
lement par des normes écrites et abstraites
dépassant le pragmatisme quotidien des chefs
lignagers. Il est vrai quau sein de laristocra-
tie, les pratiques matrimoniales ont longtemps
obéi à des logiques patrimoniales. Le douaire,
apporté par le mari, ou la dot, cédée par les pa-
rents de la mariée, « font » traditionnellement
le mariage. Du reste, lalliance est trop souvent
conclue pour entériner une trêve entre deux
troupes ennemies, pour faciliter lascension
dun guerrier fdèle que son seigneur récom-
pense par la main de sa flle ou pour obtenir un
parti prestigieux. Elle participe donc de lefort
dune parentèle pour prendre et pour conserver
le pouvoir. Elle réduit la future épouse, et peut-
être aussi son jeune fancé, au rôle de lactrice
passive des décisions prises par les aînés de la
maison. Aussi solide et enraciné quil puisse
paraître, ce modèle cède, du moins en partie,
aux valeurs évangéliques véhiculées par le cler-
gé savant : unicité, indissolubilité, consensua-
lisme, exogamie extrême… Cette évolution ne
se fait pas sans heurts. Elle se répercute dans les
manifestations littéraires et iconographiques
dun riche imaginaire collectif.
Professeur d’ Histoire du Moyen Âge à
l´Université de Poitiers, Martin Aurell dirige
la revue Cahiers de Civilisation Médiévale.
Il a été membre de l´Institut Universitaire
de France (2002-2012) et de l´Institute for
Advanced Studies de Princeton (1999).
Landscapes and Societies
in Medieval Europe
East of the Elbe
Interactions between
Enironmental Settings and
Cultural Transformations
Sunhild Kleingärtner, Timothy P.
Newheld, Sébastien Rossignol,
Donat Wehner (eds.)
xiv + 406 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, PMS 23, HB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-823-1, € 80
Available
PAPERS IN MEDIAEVAL STUDIES
cal approaches. Refecting an impressively
high standard of scholarship, these studies
are sure to stimulate further productive re-
search.” (Paul Knoll, University of Southern
California)
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Medieval Studies
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Te Second Crusade
Holy War on the Periphery
of Latin Christendom
Jason T. Roche,
Janus Møller Jensen (eds.)
approx. 300 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, OUTREMER 2,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-52327-9, approx. € 75
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
OUTREMER. STUDIES IN
THE CRUSADES AND
THE LATIN EAST
A seminal article published by Giles Constable
in 1953 focused on the genesis and expansion
in scope of the Second Crusade with particu-
lar attention to what has become known as the
Syrian campaign. His central thesis maintained
that by the spring of 1147 the Church “viewed
and planned” the Second Crusade a general
Christian ofensive against  the Baltic pagan
Wends and the Muslims of the Iberian Penin-
sula and the Holy Land. His work remains ex-
tremely infuential and provides the framework
for the recent major works published on this
extraordinary mid twelfh-century phenom-
Jason T. Roche is a Lecturer in Medieval
History at Manchester Metropolitan Uni-
versity. His research interests cover the his-
tory of the crusades and the Latin East and
the topography of medieval Anatolia and the
Near East.
Janus Møller Jensen is head of department
at Nyborg Castle, Museums of Eastern Fu-
nen, Denmark. His main research interests
cover the history and historiography of the
crusades and Scandinavian medieval history.
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enon. Tis volume aims to readdress scholarly
predilections for concentrating on the venture
in the Holy Land and for narrowly focusing
on the accepted targets of the crusade. It aims
instead to place established, contentious, and
new events and concepts associated with the
enterprise in a wider ideological, chronological,
geopolitical, and geographical context.
“Tightly focused and well organized, this
welcome volume sheds new light upon an
important medieval region and provides
a fresh understanding of the stimulating
theme of human society and its interac-
tion with the natural world. Te individual
contributors to this collection represent a
stellar international assembly of experts.
Original scholarship is combined with ma-
ture syntheses to ensure that specialist read-
ers, scholars of other times and places who
focus on similar interests, and the generalist
will all be enriched by reading these contri-
butions. Tis is a balanced and dispassion-
ate treatment of a region ofen approached
in the past with the ire and passion of par-
ticularist and national interests. Te range
of approaches refected in this book is im-
pressive: archaeology, environmental study,
disease in animals and humans, moderniza-
tion, and colonization are all topics that
seamlessly complement traditional histori-
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English School Exercises,
1420–1530
Nicholas Orme
xii + 442 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, ST 181, HB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-181-2, € 80
Available
STUDIES AND TEXTS
Publications du Centre
Européen d’Études
Bourguignonnes
(XIV
e
-XVI
e
s.)(2013):
Négociations, traités et diplomatie
dans lespace bourguignon
(XIV
e
-XVI
e
siècles)
approx. 300 p., 150 x 230 mm, 2013, PCEEB 53, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54365-9
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
Subscriptions and price quotation:
periodicals@brepols.net
PUBLICATIONS DU CENTRE
EUROPÉEN D’ÉTUDES
BOURGUIGNONNES
XIV
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XVI
E
S. JOURNAL
http://brepols.metapress.com/journals
princes mis en essay… ». Étude des moyens
diplomatiques au service de l´alliance entre
la Bretagne et la Bourgogne (1465-1475) –
N. Bock, H. Simmoneau et B. Walter, L´in-
formation et la diplomatie à la µn du Moyen
Âge. L´exemple de Picquigny (1475) – J.
Devaux, Entre neutralité et guerre larvée :
images de la diplomatie tournaisienne dans le
Journal de Jean Nicolay (1477-1478) – M.
Depreter, Le prince et les États de Flandre
wallonne : des diplomaties concurrentes ?
Modalités et enjeux du traité de Wavrin (14
décembre 1488) – G. Docquier, Les traités
de Calais (1507) : « Pour le bien de nostre
très redoubté seigneur et prince et nous tous » ? –
G. Naegle, Écrire au père, écrire au prince :
relations diplomatiques et familiales dans
la correspondance de Maximilien I
er
et
de Marguerite d´Autriche – G. Bischof,
« Un faiseur de roi ». Le diplomate Paul
d´Armsdorf entre Maximilien I
er
et Charles
Quint – J.-P. Hoyois, Une pause dans les
guerres entre l´Empire et la France : la trêve
de Bomy (30 juillet 1537) – A. Wijfels, Le
déclin de la Hanse au µl de ses négociations
avec l´Angleterre (1474-1604)
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Medieval Studies
North American customers are
advised to order directly through
University of Toronto Press.
Tis edition of twelve collections of grammar-
school exercises makes available for the frst
time the majority of the material in the genre.
Te exercises – sentences or short prose pas-
sages – illustrate the kind of Latin taught in
schools at the end of the middle ages and show
how schoolmasters went about teaching the lan-
guage. Together, they also provide a new source
for the social and cultural history of England in
the century before the Reformation.
“In his latest of many distinguished contri-
butions to the history of medieval educa-
tion, Nicholas Orme edits and translates
Multiple subscription options
& pay-per-view available
into modern English twelve sets of the
translation exercises known as ‘latins.’ De-
vised to teach Anglophone boys the basics
of Latin composition, these hundreds of
short texts do much more than illustrate
pedagogical methods that continued in
use even as medieval gave way to human-
ist Latin in the schools. Tey provide fas-
cinating glimpses of ffeenth- and early
sixteenth-century English popular culture
and everyday life as viewed by adolescents
aspiring to worldly success while endur-
ing outbreaks of plague, bad meals, and
especially the master’s harsh discipline. In
his introductions and annotations, Orme
draws on his unsurpassed knowledge of
English grammar schools to contextual-
ize and enhance these vivid images. His-
torians of education may be the principal
audience for the book, but anyone inter-
ested in medieval language, customs, and
institutions will consult it with pleasure
and proft.” (Martin Camargo, University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
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Table des matières
B. Schnerb, Hommage à Henri Dubois –
St. Curveiller et Ph. Cassez, Les visites des
ducs de Bourgogne dans le Calaisis – J.-B.
Santamaria, Chantage maternel, patrio-
tisme capétien ou réalisme diplomatique ? Le
rôle de la comtesse d´Artois et de Bourgogne
Marguerite de France et de ses conseillers
dans le mariage de Marguerite de Male
et Philippe le Hardi – Chr. Masson, Des
ambassadeurs entre Liège et Bourgogne.
Pour une étude des relations diplomatiques
des pouvoirs liégeois avec les ducs Valois – B.
Lethenet, Mâcon et la « maudite guerre »
(1407-1435). Une diplomatie habile fondée
sur le renseignement – A. Grosjean, Action
diplomatique et relation historiographique :
les deux missions anglaises de Toison
dor dans ses Mémoires (1430-1435) –
A. Berlin, La main protectrice du duc de
Bourgogne. Les réactions de Philippe le Bon et
de Charles le Téméraire face au cas de sorcel-
lerie de Jean d´Etampes – L. Colella-Denis,
Les réconciliations entre Philippe le Bon et ses
sujets révoltés dans les Mémoires de Jacques
du Clercq – G. Guihard, « Et se fussent les
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Te Bayeux Tapestry
Bayeux, Médiathèque
municipale: Ms. 1
A Sourcebook
Shirley Ann Brown
approx. 400 p., 178 x 254 mm, 2013, PJML 9, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54917-0, approx. € 85
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
PUBLICATIONS OF THE JOURNAL
OF MEDIEVAL LATIN
Te Bayeux Tapestry is a late eleventh-century
embroidery, 68.5 metres/224 feet long, visual-
izing events leading up to the Battle of Hastings
in 1066 and the subsequent Norman Conquest
of England. In the past 300 years, since its re-
Lecteurs, lectures et groupes
sociaux au Moyen Âge
Actes de la journée détudes organisée
par le Centre de recherches « Pratiques
médiévales de lécrit » (PraME) de
lUniversité de Namur (FUNDP) et
le Département des Manuscrits de
la Bibliothèque royale de Belgique,
Bruxelles, 18 mars 2010
Xavier Hermand, Etienne Renard,
Céline Van Hoorebeeck (éd.)
approx. 200 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, TCC 17, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55043-5, approx. € 65
Date de publication prévue pour octobre 2013
TEXTE, CODEX & CONTEXTE
Depuis quelques années, la réfexion sur la place
et les usages du livre dans la société médiévale
sest considérablement renouvelée, dans ses mé-
thodes comme dans ses objectifs. Létude des
pratiques de lecture au sein de lectorats socia-
lement déterminés simpose désormais comme
lun des courants les plus dynamiques dans
lhistoriographie relative aux livres et aux bi-
bliothèques médiévales. Les dix contributions
rassemblées dans ce volume sinscrivent dans
ce champ de la recherche. Historiens et philo-
logues y abordent cette thématique de manière
plurielle mais complémentaire. Sont tantôt
privilégiés les rapports au livre et à la lecture,
que ce soit dans le monde monastique, au sein
des circuits humanistes ou encore en milieu
curial ; tantôt lidentifcation du lectorat et des
usages de tel ou tel texte ou ensemble de textes :
chansons de geste, bibles portatives, recueils
d’exempla…
Writing and Reading in
Medieval Manuscript Culture
Te Translation and Transmission
of the Story of Elye in Old French
and Old Norse Literary Contexts
Steßa Georgieva Eriksen
approx. x + 279 p., 12 colour ills., 156 x 234 mm, 2013,
TCNE 25, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54779-4, € 80
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL TEXTS AND CULTURES OF
NORTHERN EUROPE
Tis book relates a story about the writing,
reading, and reception of one text in three
diferent cultural and political contexts across
Europe. Te focus is on the story of the Chris-
tian knight Elye and his Saracen princess Ro-
MEDIEVAL LANGUAGES & LITERATURES
Pre-publication price: € 75
valid until 30 November 2013
Shirley Ann Brown is Professor Emerita of
Art History at York University, Toronto. She
is also Founding Director of the Registry of
Stained Glass Windows in Canada (RSGC).
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samunde, which was translated into Old Norse
in the thirteenth century. Tis is a study of
three of the manuscripts in which the work is
preserved: one Old French manuscript from
Flanders (BnF, fr. 25516, c. 1280) and two Old
Norse manuscripts, one from Norway (DG
4–7 fol., c. 1270) and one from Iceland (Holm
Perg 6 4 to, c. 1400). Tese manuscripts repre-
sent three diferent rhetorical and communica-
tive situations and show how the writing and
reading of the same text was conditioned by the
respective cultural and political environment.
Te book innovatively conveys Old Norse cul-
ture as an active respondent, participant, and
thus modulator of European literary tenden-
cies. Tracing the translation, transmission, and
transformation of the text throughout Europe
redefnes aspects of the Latin-vernacular nexus
in the Middle Ages, and thus presents a new
and valuable voice in the discussion of medieval
European literary and cultural systems.
patronage, artistic sources, dating, and purpose.
Te narrative has been interpreted as Norman
propaganda by some, as English propaganda by
others. Its legitimacy as an historical document
has been evaluated, ofen with contradictory
conclusions, and attention has been drawn to
its value as a refection of contemporary life
and customs. Te Latin inscriptions have been
analysed and shown to exhibit both English
and French characteristics. Links have been
proposed with English and French epic poetry,
while recent scholarship has brought literary
and communication theories into discussions.
Its numerous reproductions, facsimiles, and
“spinofs” attest eforts to make it known to
a greater audience, while emphasizing its rel-
evance for modern viewers. It has become the
world’s most famous textile.
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Medieval Languages & Literatures
discovery in Bayeux Cathedral, it has provided
fertile ground for the musings, opinions, and
investigations of antiquarians, scholars, novel-
ists, journalists, and other interested parties.
Tis volume reconstructs the ofen turbulent
history of this remarkable work of art, and of-
fers a critical analysis and annotated bibliogra-
phy of the more than 1000 publications which
have attempted to answer the many questions
it has provoked. Discussions have focused on
the origin of the Tapestry – workshop location,
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La compilación del saber
en la Edad Media
Maria José Munoz,
Patricia Cañizares Ferris,
Cristina Martín (eds.)
approx. 600 p., 26 b/w ills., 33 b/w tables,
165 x 240 mm, FIDEM, 2013, TEMA 69, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55034-3, approx. € 65
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
TEXTES ET ÉTUDES DU MOYEN ÂGE
La práctica de la compilación de textos de otros
autores, existente ya desde la Antigüedad, se
desarrolló durante la Edad Media con diversas
Te Medieval Translator
Traduire au Moyen Âge
In principio fuit interpres
Alessandra Petrina (ed.)
xviii + 366 p., 12 b/w ills., 1 b/w table,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, TMT 15, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54909-5, € 70
Available
THE MEDIEVAL TRANSLATOR
Translation studies centring on medieval texts
have prompted new ways to look at the texts
themselves, but also at the exchange and trans-
mission of culture in the European Middle
Ages, inside and outside Europe. Te present
volume refects, in the range and scope of its es-
says, the itinerant nature of the Medieval Trans-
lator Conference, at the same time inviting
readers to refect on the geography of medieval
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Robert Grosseteste and
His Intellectual Milieu
New Editions and Studies
John Flood, James R. Ginther,
Joseph W. Goering (eds.)
xiv + 430 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, PMS 24, HB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-824-8, € 75
Available
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“Te thirteenth-century English bishop
Robert Grosseteste is generally acknowl-
edged to have been one of the earliest pro-
ponents since classical antiquity of analyti-
cal, observational, and experimental ways of
thinking that we now know as the scientifc
method. Particularly interested in the na-
ture and behaviour of light, Grosseteste de-
veloped his ideas in three treatises, of which
De colore deals with how human beings
perceive colours. Tis new translation, the
result of a truly multi-disciplinary collabo-
ration, elucidates both the historical and
linguistic context of Grosseteste’s work and
the nature of the physical and psychological
questions with which he was engaged. In it,
Grosseteste emerges as never before as one
of the most remarkable scientifc minds in
the history of European thought.”
(Mary Carruthers, New York University)
técnicas de organización del material, que ex-
perimentaron una difusión notable y llegaron
a dar vida a diversos géneros literarios como la
enciclopedia, el forilegio y el compendio. Las
producciones de este tipo pertenecen, desde
un punto de vista literario, a la llamada lite-
ratura de préstamo o de plagio y por ello han
sido obras menospreciadas, aunque este tipo
de ’literatura en segundo grado’ está recibien-
do mayor atención en la actualidad.
En este volumen se analiza la práctica de la
compilación en sus diversas realizaciones y
se determina, por una parte, el alcance de su
contribución al saber medieval y, por otra, su
papel como instrumento del trabajo intelec-
tual y como mediadora en la transmisión de la
cultura.
translation. By dividing the essays presented
here into four groups, the volume highlights
lines of communication and shifs in areas of
interest, connecting the migrating nature of
the translated texts to the cultural, political
and linguistic factors underlying the transla-
tion process. Translation was, in each case un-
der discussion, the result or the by-product of
a transnational movement that prompted the
circulation of ideas and texts within religious
and/or political discussion and exchange.
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Alessandra Petrina is Associate Professor
of English Literature at the Università degli
Studi di Padova, Italy. She has published ex-
tensively on late-medieval and Renaissance
literature and intellectual history, as well as
on modern children’s literature, and edited a
number of volumes on early modern English
culture.
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Geonrey Chaucer,
Te House of Fame,
2
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Edition
Nicholas R. Havely (ed.)
approx. 288 p., 150 x 230 mm, 2013, DMRT 3, PB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-563-6, € 20
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
DURHAM MEDIEVAL AND
RENAISSANCE TEXTS
Te frst version of this edition appeared in
1994 and was described by reviewers as “a con-
siderable advance over the work of earlier edi-
tors” (Journal of English and Germanic Philol-
ogy); “essential reading for those planning to
write about the House of Fame” (Speculum);
and “an edition which will be useful and infor-
mative to both students and Chaucer scholars
alike” (Review of English Studies).
Critical interest in Te House of Fame has since
continued to develop, and a re-issue of this edi-
tion by PIMS has provided an opportunity to
acknowledge and support that interest. Te
Introduction and Commentary have thus been
thoroughly revised to take account of recent
scholarship on the poem; glossing in footnotes
to the Text and at the end of the volume has
been extended; and a number of minor errors
have been corrected.

Te Dimensions of Colour
Robert Grossetestes De colore
Greti Dinkova-Bruun,
Giles E. M. Gasper, Michael Huxtable,
Tom C. B. McLeish, Cecilia Panti,
Hannah Smithson (eds.)
approx. 120 p., 150 x 230 mm, 2013, DMRT 4, PB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-564-3, € 15
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DURHAM MEDIEVAL AND
RENAISSANCE TEXTS
Robert Grosseteste’s De colore (On Colour),
in which Grosseteste constructs a combinato-
rial account of colour, plays an important role
within the canon of his scientifc works. In
this edition, translation and commentary, the
conceptual and analytical tools of contempo-
rary science, itself a descendent of Grosseteste
and his contemporaries, bring his physical and
mathematical reasoning into sharper relief.
Te Trial of the Talmud:
Paris, 1240
Robert Chazan, John Friedman,
Jean Connell Hon (eds.)
x + 182 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute
of Mediaeval Studies, 2013, MST 53, PB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-303-8, € 17
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MEDIAEVAL SOURCES IN TRANSLATION
“Te Trial of the Talmud that took place in
Paris in 1240 has been the subject of a num-
ber of trenchant studies over the years. Te
present volume, with its felicitous, anno-
tated translations of the Hebrew protocol
along with a series of crucial papal letters
and other church documents, places before
an English-language readership for the frst
time a corpus of the essential primary texts
that have framed the earlier scholarly dis-
cussions and analyses. Te masterful over-
view by Robert Chazan efectively locates
this disputation in its historical and literary
contexts through a def, critical synthesis
of the previous studies; it also ofers new
insights which will undoubtedly serve to
shape further discussion of this episode.
Tis volume should be of great interest to
scholars and students of Jewish history and
thought, Jewish–Christian relations, and
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In 1240, a trial was convened in Paris to inves-
tigate allegations that the Talmud was harmful.
Tis unprecedented event is richly refected in
a variety of sources, both Christian and Jewish,
here brought together in English translation
for the frst time.
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polemical literature of the middle ages.”
(Ephraim Kanarfogel, E. Billi Ivry Professor
of Jewish History, Yeshiva University)
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Roger Bacon, On Signs
Tomas S. Maloney (ed.)
xii + 148 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, MST 54, PB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-304-5, € 16.50
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MEDIAEVAL SOURCES IN TRANSLATION
Roger Bacon’s Opus maius represents an at-
tempt to create a whole new vision of what
Christian education should be, one centered
on service to the Church. In the second chapter
of Part 3 of this work he presents a semiotics
William of Auvergne,
On Morals
Ronald J. Teske (ed.)
approx. 276 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, MST 55, PB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-305-2, € 25
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MEDIAEVAL SOURCES IN TRANSLATION
William of Auvergne, bishop of Paris from
1228 to his death in 1249, was not only one
of the most prolifc writers in philosophy and
theology of the frst half of the thirteenth cen-
tury but also one of the frst to use the new
translations of Greek and Islamic thought that
poured into the Latin West in that century. On
Morals, the second part of William’s treatise On
the Virtues and the Vices, forms one component
of his vast Te Teaching on God in the Mode of
Wisdom. In On Morals he extols the value of the
nine virtues – faith, fear, hope, charity, piety,
zeal, poverty, humility, and patience – in a so-
phisticated narrative where each of the virtues,
except humility, of course, speaks in praise of
herself and explains her importance.
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with several original features as a partial her-
meneutic for studying the scriptures and sacra-
ments. It distinguishes itself in ofering a non-
Augustinian defnition of signs and maps out
their logical and natural functions. Bacon spells
out numerous ways in which words equivocate,
distinguishes between analogy and equivoca-
tion, classifes fve degrees of equivocation,
and comes up with a new notion of analogical
signifcation. Words, he claims, originally were
imposed only for existing things and, in con-
trast with the majority opinion, name directly
the things for which they are imposed and not
the latter’s concepts. When a name signifes a
thing, he says, it also co-signifes anything logi-
cally or naturally connected with that thing –
its concept, its genus, the thing’s matter and
form, its Creator, and so on. And to understand
the myriad ways in which things and words sig-
nify, he says, is “a thing of marvelous usefulness
and beauty.” So what we have here in Bacon’s
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Asketische Schriften des
Mönchs Markos (s. XIII)
Philipp Roelli (ed.)
approx. 230 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, CCT 15, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-53396-4, € 50
CORPUS CHRISTIANORUM
IN TRANSLATION
Dieser Band enthält asketische Schrifen des
Mönches Markos in deutscher Übersetzung.
Über den Autor ist so gut wie gar nichts be-
kannt, außer dass er mehrere seiner Schrifen
um 1260 für die Schwester Irene des Kaisers
Michael VIII. Palaiológos verfasste. Die um-
fangreichste darunter ist ein Väterforilegium
zu ihrer Erbauung. Der Autor steht in einer
Tradition byzantinischer spiritueller Florile-
gien, er verfasste ofenbar nacheinander zwei
solche für Irene. Das kleinere, von dem drei
Handschrifen bekannt sind, liegt hier in
Übersetzung mit kurzen Kommentaren vor,
daneben ein Widmungsbrief dazu und drei
eigene Traktate mit einer Lebensanweisung
an Irene (die er ihr ofenbar vor den Flori-
legien schrieb), einer recht ähnlichen sol-
chen an einen Laien und einem Typikon für
Nonnen. Für alle diese Werke verfügen wir
über eine vom Autor diktierte Handschrif.
Markos vertritt einen traditionellen, untech-
nischen Hesychasmus und behandelt dazu am
ausführlichsten das ununterbrochene Gebet
und das Fasten, die ihm als unerlässliche Hand-
lungen für jeden Christen – also nicht nur für
Mönche, sondern auch für Laien – besonders
wichtig sind. Alle Texte sind durchtränkt von
Väterzitaten; ausführlich zitiert werden beson-
ders of Gregor von Nazianz, Nilus, Maximus,
Johannes Klímakos und Isaak von Ninive.
Auch Zitate aus anderen Florilegien, insbeson-
dere demjenigen des Níkon vom Schwarzen
Berg (11. Jh.), kommen vor.
Der diesem Band zugrundeliegende Text er-
schien in der Reihe Corpus Christianorum
Series Graeca als Marcus monachus, Opera as-
cetica: Florilegium et sermones tres (CCSG 72).
Die Zifern am Seitenrand verweisen auf die
entsprechenden Seiten der Edition.
Philipp Roelli ist am Mittellateinischen Se-
minar der Universität Zürich als Lehrbeauf-
tragter tätig. Momentan arbeitet er an einer
lateinischen Volltextdatenbank und studiert
das Tema Latein als Wissenschaµssprache.
“On Signs” is the most comprehensive and in-
novative treatise on semiotics in the thirteenth
century.
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Visions de lApocalypse :
héritage dun genre littéraire
et interprétations théologiques,
dIrénée à Augustin
Françoise Vinel (éd.)
approx. 300 p., 145 x 205 mm, Centre dAnalyse
et de Documentation Patristiques, 2013, CBP 14, PB,
Ref. 02010268, approx. € 40
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
CAHIERS DE BIBLIA PATRISTICA
L’Apocalypse de Jean a connu une destinée contras-
tée dans le christianisme antique. En grec, à côté
de citations éparses, ne sont connus que quelques
fragments qui ont circulé sous le nom dOrigène
(ici présentés par É. Junod), puis un commen-
taire dOecuménius au VI
e
siècle (étudié par L.
Vianès), mais les écrits coptes de Nag Hammadi,
analysés par A. Pasquier, attestent que l’Apoca-
lypse de Jean était connue et utilisée par les gnos-
tiques. Dans le christianisme latin, l’Apocalypse de
Jean a été lue, commentée et réécrite. La version
biblique elle-même est présentée par P. Bogaert;
As the Bandit Will I Confess You
Luke 23.39-43 in Early Christian
Interpretation
Mark Glen Bilby
approx. 250 p., 145 x 205 mm, Centre d’Analyse et de
Documentation Patristiques, 2013, CBP 13, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55049-7, approx. € 32
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
CAHIERS DE BIBLIA PATRISTICA
ship, faith (including Nicea’s formulation), justif-
cation by faith, conversion, catechesis, confession,
martyrdom, baptism (in many modes), endurance,
asceticism, simplicity of language, penitence, and
last-minute salvation. A wide variety of typologi-
cal readings fashion the bandit as a key participant
in the pivotal moment of salvation-history. Te
episode’s prominence in Eastern sermons and lec-
tionaries coincides with the initial rise of the cult
of Dysmas in the East.
Te story of the so-called “Good Tief ” as found
in Luke 23:39-43 has a vibrant and diverse aferlife
in early Christianity. Synoptic and eschatological
disparities raise concerns and provoke a variety
of harmonizations. Controversies notwithstand-
ing, early interpreters occupy themselves most of
all with the episode’s potential for exhortation as
they identifed themselves and their hearers with
the good bandit. He becomes a model of Chris-
tian practices, beliefs and virtues, including wor-
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Islam: identité et altérité
Hommage à Guy Monnot o.p.
Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi (éd.)
420 p., 7 ill. n/b, 156 x 234 mm, 2013, BEHE 165, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55026-8, € 55
Disponible
BIBLIOTHÈUE DE LÉCOLE DES HAUTES
ÉTUDES, SCIENCES RELIGIEUSES
Détenteur de la chaire dExégèse coranique, de
1980 à 1994, à la Section des sciences religieuses de
lÉcole pratique des hautes études à la Sorbonne,
le Père Guy Monnot a renouvelé cette discipline
majeure de lislamologie classique en la considé-
rant à juste titre comme le centre de gravité de plu-
sieurs autres champs dinvestigation scientifque :
la pensée théologique, la spiritualité, la littérature,
entre lislam et les autres religions, Shahrastānī et
ismaélisme, religions iraniennes et littératures per-
sane et indo-persane. Les auteurs ont ainsi voulu
témoigner leur amitié à légard de Guy Monnot
ainsi que leur admiration pour la richesse, le rayon-
nement et la fécondité de son œuvre.
lhérésiologie ou encore lhistoire comparée des
religions. Cest la raison pour laquelle un certain
nombre parmi ses amis, collègues, anciens élèves et
étudiants se sont réunis ici afn de lui rendre hom-
mage ainsi quà son œuvre par des contributions
portant sur ses principaux domaines de recherche :
étude du Coran et exégèse coranique, relations
Mohammad Ali Amir-Moezzi est Directeur
d´études à l´École pratique des hautes études. Il
est le fondateur de la série « Histoire et proso-
pographie de la section des sciences religieuses »
de la collection « Bibliothèque de l´École des
Hautes Études ».
Téléchargez gratuitement une
interview avec Guy Monnot,
suivie de sa bibliographie:
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plusieurs contributions, abordant les œuvres
dAmbroise (M. Cutino), de lAmbrosiaster
(M.-P. Bussières) et dAugustin (C. Mazzucco),
dévoilent la diversité et limportance des discus-
sions théologiques nourries par les références
à l’Apocalypse, tandis que la lecture des visions
d’Ézéchiel selon linterprétation de Jérôme (A.
Canellis) et létude parallèle de l’Apocalypse apo-
cryphe de Paul et du textes johanniques, propo-
sée par C. Zamagni, permettent de revenir sur
lancrage de cet écrit néo-testamentaire dans
lapocalyptique juive.
Pluralisme religieux :
Une comparaison fanco-
vietnamienne
Actes du colloque organisé à Hanoi
les 5-6 octobre 2007
Pascal Bourdeaux, Philippe Honmann,
Nguyễn Hồng Dương (éd.)
approx. 300 p., 1 ill. n/b, 156 x 234 mm, 2013,
BEHE 164, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-55047-3, approx. € 55
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
BIBLIOTHÈUE DE L’ÉCOLE DES HAUTES
ÉTUDES, SCIENCES RELIGIEUSES
Les notions de pluralité, de pluralisation, de plura-
lisme, sont lobjet de débats récurrents. Elles nen
sont pas moins clairement identifées et inscrites
dans le vocabulaire scientifque. En prolongeant un
dialogue instauré dans le domaine des sciences reli-
gieuses depuis de longues années, la rencontre fran-
co-vietnamienne qui sest tenue à Hanoi en octobre
2007 a permis à un groupe de chercheurs déchanger
sur diverses formes du pluralisme, sur la pertinence
de ses défnitions, sur les défs et les nécessités dune
homogénéisation du lexique religieux. Elle a surtout
livré – et les présents actes nous les donnent à lire –
des descriptions et des études de cas spécifques vi-
sant à analyser, en vue de les comparer, les situations,
les processus et les modes de régulation du religieux
en France et au Viêt Nam.
Si le passé colonial et ses legs tendent à expliquer la
relation particulière que ces deux pays entretiennent,
ce fait ne peut expliquer à lui seul une telle mise en
miroir. Héritière dune histoire religieuse complexe,
la France continue aujourdhui de se diversifer et de
se transformer sous les efets dune laïcité plus que
centenaire et de son intégration au sein de lUnion
européenne. De son côté – et peut-être plus que tout
autre pays de la région – le Viêt Nam a synthétisé
les enjeux contemporains du XX
e
siècle en Asie et
il soulève aujourdhui les questionnements fonda-
mentaux en matière de politique et dépistémologie
du religieux.
Religions du monde et courants minoritaires,
constructions étatiques et nationales, laïcités au
regard des sciences politiques et juridiques, struc-
turent un dialogue sur le pluralisme religieux qui se
veut porteur à la fois dune meilleure connaissance
mutuelle et dune réfexion plus globale sur ce quest,
en ce début de XXI
e
siècle, la modernité religieuse.
Pascal Bourdeaux, historien des religions de l´Asie
du Sud-Est, est maître de conférences à l´EPHE et
membre du GSRL (EPHE-CNRS).
Philippe Hofmann, directeur d´études à
l´EPHE, est ancien doyen de la Section des sciences
religieuses et actuel directeur du Labex Hastec.
Nguyễn Hồng Dương, spécialiste du catholi-
cisme vietnamien, est ancien directeur de l´Insti-
tut de Recherches sur les Religions (Académie des
Sciences sociales du Viêt Nam, Hanoi).
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God’s Chosen People
Judah Halevi’s Kuzari and
the Shī’ī Imām Doctrine
Ehud Krinis
approx. x + 360 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, CELAMA 7,
HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54396-3, € 90
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
CULTURAL ENCOUNTERS IN LATE
ANTIUITY AND THE MIDDLE AGES
Tis book presents a historical perspective
for understanding the basis of Judah Halevi’s
attraction to Shī ' ī theology, with its unique
category of God’s Chosen. Te polemical argu-
ment over the issue of the legitimate successor
to leadership in early Islam, as well as the de-
bate around the legitimate successor-group in
medieval interreligious disputes, emerges as the
historical background for the seemingly sur-
prising link between the Shī ' ī Imām doctrine
and the idea of the Chosen People in Judah
Halevi’s thought. Tis link on the one hand
portrays Halevi as a bold, original thinker and,
on the other, portrays the Shī ' ī Imām doctrine
as exceedingly fruitful and reaching beyond the
bounds of Islam.
Religious Controversy
in Europe, 1378–1536
Textual Transmission and
Networks of Readership
Michael Van Dussen,
Pavel Soukup (eds.)
approx. x + 350 p., 17 b/w ills., 15 b/w line art,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, MCS 27, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54428-1, € 90
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL CHURCH STUDIES
Tis book gathers new work by scholars who
share a common interest not only in the con-
troversial texts of the period between 1378 and
1536, but also in how the use, geographical
movement, and manipulation of texts contrib-
uted materially to the formation of groups and
group identities. Te period covered spans the
traditional medieval/early modern divide and
the concomitant transition from manuscript
to print. Te years between the eruption of the
Great Schism and the outbreak of European
reformations witnessed unprecedented rifs
in communities, institutions, and alliances.
Yet while the crises of this period gave rise to
division, they also prompted new groups to
coalesce, resulting in realignments of com-
munication networks, readership, and textual
circulation in Europe. Te Councils of Con-
stance and Basel facilitated the production and
dissemination of vast quantities of documents.
Movements challenging the Roman Church
and eforts to reform the Church from within
provoked a torrent of persuasive and polemical
writings which gained further momentum with
the introduction of printing. Tese new situa-
tions also fostered the development and expres-
sion of group identities, defned by doctrine,
opposition, vernacularity, and a burgeoning
sense of national self-consciousness. Religious
Controversy in Europe, 1378–1536 examines
the textual and material circumstances of these
developments.
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Te Pseudo-Bonaventuran
Lives of Christ
Exploring the Middle English
Tradition
Ian Johnson,
Allan F. Westphall (eds.)
approx. x + 533 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, MCS 24, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54276-8, € 120
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL CHURCH STUDIES
Tis is a collection of pioneering studies by a
distinguished transatlantic team of scholars on
a neglected yet canonical tradition of medieval
English literature. From the fourteenth to the
sixteenth centuries and beyond, the remark-
able ‘pseudo-Bonaventuran’ tradition, fowing
from the Latin Meditationes vitae Christi (and
thought, wrongly, to have been composed by St
Bonaventure), gave Europe orthodox models
for how to represent, know, and follow Jesus
Christ. Te Meditationes, in a huge variety of
Latin and vernacular versions, invite their read-
ers and listeners to imagine themselves present
within the Gospel narrative. How to live, what
to believe, how to feel, and how to be saved:
this eloquent mainstream tradition had an im-
pact on the public and private lives of English
people more profound and lasting than any text
save the Bible itself. For many, it even did the
Bible’s work. Te tradition of the Meditationes
provides us with a gauge of lived religious sensi-
bility without equal in the English later Middle
Ages.
Deriving from the ueen’s Belfast-St Andrews
AHRC-funded research project, Geographies
of Orthodoxy: Mapping the English Pseudo-Bo-
naventuran Lives of Christ, c. 1350-1550, this
volume questions and revises previous descrip-
tions of the devotional, cultural, and political
contexts in which pseudo-Bonaventuran Lives
of Christ were produced, circulated, read, and
understood. Te period spanning the rise and
repression of Lollardy, the ostensibly ‘ortho-
dox’ ffeenth century, and the Tudor Reforma-
tions will never look quite the same again.
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Monasteries on the Borders
of Medieval Europe
Confict and Cultural Interaction
Emilia Jamroziak,
Karen Stöber (eds.)
approx. x + 272 p., 5 b/w line art, 156 x 234 mm, 2013,
MCS 28, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54535-6, € 80
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL CHURCH STUDIES
Tis is the frst collection to consider the
phenomenon of monastic frontiers in a cross-
disciplinary manner. Te book’s ten chapters
explore the role of monasteries in maintaining
political and cultural borders, in breaking and
sustaining linguistic boundaries in late medi-
eval Europe, as well as in building and stabiliz-
ing Latin Christian cultural identities on the
northern and southern frontiers of Europe. Us-
ing a wide range of textual, archaeological, and
material evidence, an international group of au-
thors examines the expansion of monastic and
mendicant networks in Scandinavia, Iberia,
East-Central Europe, the British Isles, northern
France, the Balkans, and Frankish Greece.
Te Middle English Life
of Christ
Academic Discourse, Translation,
and Vernacular Teology

Ian Johnson
approx. x + 213 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, MCS 30, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54748-0, € 75
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL CHURCH STUDIES
How much did Latin academic theoretical dis-
course inform mainstream late medieval Eng-
lish literature? Rather than asking this question
of secular poetic fction (Chaucer, Gower), this
book investigates a more central genre, lives of
Christ. Any adequate understanding of vernac-
ular textuality, in an age when most literature
ture in negotiating authority. Where better to
test this than the life of Christ? 
Derived from the Gospels, this genre provided
the set text for human existence. Too ofen,
however, it has been regarded by modern schol-
arship as an infantilizing clerical sop to a laity
deprived of Scripture and intellectual or con-
templative ambition. Inquiry into the translat-
ing and the spirituality of Middle English lives
of Christ yields, however, eloquent examples
not of antagonism and rupture between Latin
and vernacular but productive compatibility.
Tis challenges the common modern supposi-
tion that vernacular texts and vernacular theol-
ogy are at odds with Latinate clerical culture,
and restores the genre’s historic value. Like
their dissenting counterparts, lives of Christ,
as well as being of interest in their own right,
invested in learned literary and theological
norms in their textual transactions. Such reli-
ance demands modern (re)consideration.
Te Legal Status of dimmī-s
in the Islamic West
(Second/Eighth-
Ninth/Fifeenth Centuries)
Maribel Fierro, John V. Tolan (eds.)
approx. 370 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, RELMIN 1, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54854-8, approx. € 70
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
RELIGION AND LAW IN
MEDIEVAL CHRISTIAN
AND MUSLIM SOCIETIES
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Religion and Law in Medieval Christian
and Muslim Societies presents a series of
studies on the history of the legal status of
religious minorities in Medieval societies
in all their variety and complexity. Most
of the publications in this series are the
products of research of the European
Research Council project RELMIN: Te
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the Euro-Mediterranean World (5
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centuries) (www.relmin.eu).
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question of the infuence of theory on transac-
tions and ideology of mainstream literary cul-
Te studies brought together in this volume
provide an important contribution to the his-
tory of dimmī-s in the medieval dār al-islām,
and more generally to the legal history of re-
ligious minorities in medieval societies. Te
central question addressed is the legal status
accorded to dimmī-s ( Jews and Christians) in
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the Muslim law in the medieval Muslim west
(the Maghreb and Muslim Spain).  Te schol-
ars whose work is brought together in these
pages have dealt with a rich and complex vari-
ety of legal sources. Many of the texts are from
the Mālikī legal tradition; they include fqh,
fatwā-s, hisba manuals. Tese texts function
as the building blocks of the legal framework
in which jurists and rulers of Maghrebi and
Peninsular societies worked. Te very richness
and complexity of these texts, as well as the
variety of responses that they solicited, refute
the textbook idea of a monolithic dimmī sys-
tem, supposedly based on the Pact of ‘Umar,
applied throughout the Muslim world. In
fact when one looks closely at the early legal
texts or chronicles from both the Mashreq
and the Maghreb, there is little evidence for a
standard, uniform dimmī system, but rather a
wide variety of local adaptations.  Te articles
in this volume provide numerous examples of
the richness and complexity of interreligious
relations in Medieval Islam and the reactions
of jurists to those relations.
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Removing Masculine
Layers to Reveal a Holy
Womanhood: Te Female
Transvestite Monks of Late
Antique Eastern Christianity

Crystal Lynn Lubinsky
approx. 250 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, STT 13, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54981-1, approx. € 60
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
STUDIA TRADITIONIS THEOLOGIAE
Female monks have been discussed within the
spheres of socio-history, theology, and literary
analysis, but no comprehensive study has fo-
cused on their historical and gendered context
until now. Tis book reexamines their hagiog-
raphies to reveal that female protagonists pos-
sess a holy womanhood regardless of having lay-
ers of masculinity applied to their characters.
Each masculine layer is scrutinized to explore
its purpose in the plots and the plausible mo-
tivations for the utilization of transvestite fg-
ures in religious literature. Hagiographers had
no intention of transforming their religious
protagonists into anything but determined,
holy women who are forced to act drastically
in order to sustain ascetic dreams begun while
mothers, wives, daughters, and sisters. Trough
an intertextual method, masculinity and liter-
ary themes work to contextualize praise for a
holy womanhood within an acceptable gen-
dered language, which seems to support a belief
in the spiritual potential of women. Tis book
highlights the potential for complex irony to
develop around a female transvestite, which
supplies religious tales with intrigue and inter-
est, the instruct/chastise mixed audiences, and
the potential to portray the reversal inherent in
the human drama of salvation.
Dr. Crystal Lynn Lubinsky received her PhD
ßom the University of Edinburgh in Ecclesias-
tical History and currently lectures on ancient
history and religious studies for the History
Department and Religious Studies Program
at University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth
in the United States.
Judaïsme ancien –
Ancient Judaism, 1, 2013
approx. 300 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, JAAJ 1,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54855-5
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
Subscriptions and price quotation:
periodicals@brepols.net
JUDAÏSME ANCIEN / ANCIENT JUDAISM
JOURNAL
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NOUVELLE COLLECTION
La revue couvre toutes les probléma-
tiques de recherche scientihque en rap-
port direct ou indirect avec le judaïsme
ancien pris au sens large et couvrant aus-
si bien le judaïsme sacerdotal ou syna-
gogal que le judaïsme rabbinique ou
chrétien. Elle s`intéresse aux débats et
aux résultats de la recherche concer-
nant toute la documentation permettant
d`accéder à la connaissance du judaïsme
ancien dans toutes ses forms et de com-
prendre ses dynamiques.
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pect of Judaism, including variations,
trends, and dinering approaches, will be
considered. Te journal is particularly in-
terested in debates and the results of re-
search regarding primary documenta-
tion allowing direct access to knowledge
about Ancient Judaism.
Table des matières
Daniel Boyarin, Is Metatron a Converted
Christian? – Steve Bélanger, Entre deux
mondes: enjeu d´une terminologie iden-
titaire dans le discours apologétique des
chrétiens au II
e
siècle (Aristide d´Athènes)
– José Costa, Entre judaïsme rabbinique et
judaïsme sacerdotal: la µgure du patriarche
– Emmanuel Friedheim, Le contexte his-
torique éclaircissant le texte halakhique ou
les positions des Sages vis-à-vis de la culture
gréco-romaine du II
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au IV
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siècle – Ron
Naiweld, Purety of Body, Purety of Self:
Hirhur in Rabbinic Literature – Tierry
Murcia, Le procès et l´exécution des dis-
ciples de Jésus dans le Talmud de Babylone
(B. Sanhédrin 43a) – Pierluigi Piovanelli,
From Enoch to Seth: Primeval Patrons in
Jewish-Apocalyptic and Christian-Gnostic
Traditions – Markus Vinzent, Marcion the
Jew – David Hamidovic, Du culte des anges
aux développements liturgiques du Shema
dans le judaïsme ancien – Mohammed Ali
Amir-Moezzi, Te Silent Qur´an and the
Speaking Qur´an. History and Scriptures
Trough the Study of Some Ancient Texts –
Simon C. Mimouni, Le judaïsme chrétien
ancien: quelques remarques et réµexions sur
un problème débattu et rebattu – Pierluigi
Lanfranchi, Appeal to Tradition. Celsus on
Jews, Christians, and the Roman Empire
Recensions
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A Catalogue of Western
Book Illumination in
the Fitzwilliam Museum
and the Cambridge Colleges
Part Four: England, Ireland,
Scotland, Wales. Volume One:
Insular Manuscripts
Stella Panayotova,
Nigel Morgan (eds.)
approx. 360 p., 440 colour ills., 230 x 330 mm, 2013,
HMIMC 4, HB, ISBN 978-1-909400-04-7, approx. € 175
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS
IN CAMBRIDGE
Tis publication is the frst volume to appear
in the catalogue series devoted to the Brit-
ish Isles and covers Insular and Anglo-Saxon
manuscripts produced between c. 700 and
c. 1100 AD. Tis was a period in which Brit-
ain witnessed a great blossoming of cultural
awareness and artistic crafsmanship. Under
the reign of King Alfred towards the end of the
ninth century England experienced a renewed
impetus for scholarly activity, and as a result
the production of books intensifed greatly. By
the early tenth century, infuenced and inspired
by new trends and ideas from Continental Eu-
rope, English art began to fourish, and manu-
script illumination especially made a great
impact with the high quality of its fgure style
and decorated initials, and with its elegance of
script and mise-en-page.
MANUSCRIPT STUDIES
HARVEY MILLER PUBLISHERS
A Catalogue of Byzantine
Manuscripts in their
Liturgical Context:
Challenges and Perspectives
Collected Papers Resulting fom the
Expert Meeting of the Catalogue of
Byzantine Manuscripts Programme
Held at the PTU in Kampen, the
Netherlands on 6
th
-7
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November 2009
Klaas Spronk, Gerard Rouwhorst,
Stefan Royé (eds.)
approx. 350 p., 216 x 280 mm, 2013, CBM-SUBSIDIA 1,
ISBN 978-2-503-54895-1, € 80
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
CATALOGUE OF BYZANTINE
MANUSCRIPTS IN THEIR LITURGICAL
CONTEXT. SUBSIDIA
Te world of Byzantine manuscripts is fascinat-
ing but also confusing. Although they play an
important part in modern studies on the his-
tory of Christian liturgy and on the textual his-
tory of the Bible, a clear overview of the vast
amount of these manuscripts in their many dif-
ferent forms is lacking. A new approach in their
cataloguing is called for. Te present volume
NEW SERIES
Te aim of CBM is to produce a new se-
ries of catalogues of Byzantine manu-
scripts from the 4
th
century onwards,
Prof. dr. Klaas Spronk, Head of the Re-
search Department Sources of the Protestant
Teological University (PTU), and chair-
man of the CBM Academic Board, location
Amsterdam.
Prof. dr. Gerard Rouwhorst is Professor of
Liturgical History at the Tilburg School of
Catholic Teology and member of the De-
partment of Biblical Sciences and Church
History of that institution. He is member of
the CBM Academic Board.
Dr. Stefan Royé, CBM programme coordi-
nator and secretary of the Academic Board,
member of Research Department Sources of
the Protestant Teological University (PTU,
location Amsterdam).
brings together a number of specialists in the
feld of Byzantine, liturgical and Biblical stud-
ies with the aim to develop a new methodol-
ogy for codicological research of the Byzantine
manuscripts, taking seriously the original en-
vironment of the integral codices in the mon-
asteries and the churches in which they were
manufactured and functioned.
Problems and Possibilities
of Early Medieval Charters
Johathan Jarrett,
Allan Scott McKinley (eds.)
approx. x + 288 p., 5 b/w ills., 6 b/w line art,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, IMR 19, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54830-2, € 80
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
INTERNATIONAL MEDIEVAL RESEARCH
Although historical work on the early Middle
Ages relies to an enormous extent on the
evidence provided by charters and other such
documents, the paradigms within which such
documents are interpreted have changed rela-
tively slowly and unevenly. Te critical turn, the
increasing availability of digital tools and cor-
pora for study, and the acceptance among char-
ter specialists that their discipline can inform
a wider feld all encourage rethinking. From
2006 to 2011 a series of sessions at the Leeds
International Medieval Congress addressed
this by applying new critiques and technologies
to early medieval diplomatic material from all
over Europe. Tis volume collects some of the
best of these papers by new and young scholars
and adds related work from another session.
Te subjects range from reinterpretations of
Carolingian or Anglo-Saxon political history,
through the production and use of charters by
all ranks of society and their subsequent pres-
ervation from Spain to Germany and England
to Italy, to explorations of new media leading
to new kinds of results from such evidence.
Te result is an array of new perspectives which
makes an important contribution to recent re-
considerations of charter studies. It will inform
a wide audience from all walks of medieval his-
torical studies.
based on the insight that the liturgical
function of Byzantine codices was a deci-
sive factor in their conception and man-
ufacture.
CBM has developed a comprehensive
methodology (coined as “codico-liturgi-
cal”), which draws directly from the in-
sights of modern Byzantine codicology,
whereby the “complete codex” is stud-
ied in its given condition, both in con-
tent and form. Te focus does not lie
solely on the text or on a selection of texts
in any given codex, but is based on relat-
ing the manuscripts to their original en-
vironment, i.e. the liturgical context and
practice of the monasteries and church-
es in which they were produced and func-
tioned.
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Te Social Life of Illumination
Manuscripts, Images, and
Communities in the Late Middle Ages
Joyce Coleman, Mark Cruse,
Kathryn A. Smith (eds.)
approx. x + 309 p., 125 b/w ills., 8 colour ills.,
160 x 240 mm, 2013, TCNE 21, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-53212-7, € 120
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MEDIEVAL TEXTS AND CULTURES
OF NORTHERN EUROPE
Tis anthology is the frst broadly based explo-
ration of an issue now emerging at the inter-
section of art history and literary study: how
the interplay of images and texts in medieval
manuscripts enabled an array of social interac-
tions that helped shape individual and com-
munal experience and identities. An interdis-
ciplinary group of scholars, from Art History,
English, and French departments, has com-
bined to explore the ways in which pictures in
a book can have a ‘social life’. Setting aside the
traditional assumption that illuminated manu-
scripts were meant chiefy for the eyes of soli-
tary reader-viewers, the essays in this anthology
demonstrate that illuminations took on social
dimension in many ways. Tey could cue inter-
nal dialogues with religious fgures or family
members; they could be described, explained,
and/or viewed communally during public read-
ings; and they could draw their viewers into
joint celebration of core secular or religious
values. As much as architectural monuments,
contracts, and rituals, illuminations provide a
way for us to map the multiple dimensions of
medieval social life.
La biblioteca di Pietro
Crinito
Manoscritti e libri a stampa della
raccolta libraria di un umanista
forentino

Michaelangiola Marchiaro
approx. 400 p., 116 b/w ills., 18 colour ills., 38 b/w
tables, 12 colour tables, 165 x 240 mm, FIDEM, 2013,
TEMA 67, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54949-1, € 55
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
TEXTES ET ÉTUDES DU MOYEN ÂGE
Il volume si colloca allinterno di un complesso
di ricerche che negli ultimi quaranta anni han-
no afrontato la cultura grafca e la complessi-
va eredità culturale di umanisti della cerchia
laurenziana, quali Angelo Poliziano, Marsilio
Ficino, Bartolomeo Fonzio (libri appartenenti
alla loro biblioteca, talora autograf oppure rea-
lizzati da copisti di fducia, ma anche materiali
di lavoro della più varia natura, quali appunti,
schedature, commenti inediti, traditi da fasci-
coli autograf, talora oggetto di plurime, succes-
sive sistemazioni in forma di volume).
Il lavoro ha per oggetto la ricostruzione della
biblioteca di Pietro Crinito (1474-1507), lo
Michaelangiola Marchiaro è Dottore di ri-
cerca in Storia della Tradizione dei Testi nel
Medioevo e nel Rinascimento. Lavora attual-
mente presso l´Archivio Capitolare di Pistoia.
E’ membro dell´AIMD (Associazione Mano-
scritti Datati d´Italia), di APICES (Associa-
tion Paléographique Internationale Culture,
Écriture, Société) e dell´AAE (Associazione
Archivistica Ecclesiastica).
Probable Truth
Editing Medieval Texts fom Britain
in the Twenty-First Century
Vincent Gillespie, Anne Hudson (eds.)
approx. x + 685 p., 12 b/w ills., 6 b/w line art,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, TT 5, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-53683-5, € 135
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
TEXTS AND TRANSITIONS
Editing as an academic mode of work has had a
variable ‘press’ - it is ofen seen as just plumbing.
But without editions no historian of whatever
critical persuasion could operate. Texts that are
not edited are efectively invisible.
Te advent of electronic means of text produc-
tion has also raised new possibilities and new
problems that need to be openly considered
rather than ignored. Te papers in this volume
refect those concerns, and explore the ways
forward. How do the best editorial procedures
of the past get transmitted to the future? A
distinguished line-up of experienced editors
and younger scholars actively grappling with
these issues refect on their engagement with
the challenges of textual theory and editorial
practice.
No single solution emerges as applicable to all
texts and for all editions; the individual char-
acteristics of each text and its transmission, to-
gether with the intended audience of each edi-
tion, emerge as primary areas for consideration.
studio della sua cultura grafca e un catalogo
complessivo di tutti i libri che gli apparten-
nero. In assenza di inventari e disposizioni
testamentarie, la biblioteca del Crinito è stata
ricostruita attraverso un sistematico spoglio
della bibliografa di riferimento, ma anche
attraverso controlli diretti dei singoli fondi
delle principali biblioteche in cui sono giunti
materiali del Crinito. La ricerca ha portato al
reperimento di 34 volumi di proprietà del Cri-
nito per un totale di 64 unità codicologiche.
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Carlo Cesare Malvasia’s
Felsina pittrice:
Volume XIII: Lives of Domenichino
and Francesco Gessi
Elizabeth Cropper,
Lorenzo Pericolo (eds.)
528 p., 135 coulour ills., 220 x 280 mm, 2013, HMFP 13,
HB, ISBN 978-1-909400-00-9, approx. € 150
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
HARVEY MILLER PUBLISHERS
FELSINA PITTRICE: THE LIVES
OF THE BOLOGNESE PAINTERS
Richly illustrated, this critical edition and
English translation of Malvasia’s lives of Do-
menichino and Francesco Gessi from his Felsina
pittrice ofer access to the life and work of two
great masters of seventeenth-century Bologna.
Domenichino’s life plays a seminal role in Mal-
vasia’s defnition of the “fourth age” of painting
in Italy. From the very beginning, Malvasia pits
against each other Guido Reni and Domenichi-
no, the two champions of the vanguard style that
emerged from the Carracci reform of painting.
If Guido becomes the idol of the Lombard and
Bolognese school, “more attuned to tenderness
Renaissance and Later
Architecture and Ornament
Paul Davies, David Hemsoll with
contributions by Ian Campbell and
Simon Pepper
2 vols., approx. 800 p., 227 b/w ills., 362 colour ills.,
210 x 280 mm, 2013, HMPMA 10, HB,
ISBN 978-1-905375-77-6, approx. € 219
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
HARVEY MILLER PUBLISHERS
THE PAPER MUSEUM OF CASSIANO DAL
POZZO. SERIES A: ANTIUITIES AND
ARCHITECTURE
Tis two-volume catalogue is the second Part
of the catalogue raisonné devoted to the large
corpus of architectural and topographical
drawings from the Paper Museum. Te frst
Part (A.IX), published in 2004, was dedicated
to drawings of ancient Roman topography
and architecture, while the present one covers
Renaissance and seventeenth-century architec-
tural drawings. Commissioned and collected
by Cassiano dal Pozzo (1588–1657) and his
younger brother Carlo Antonio (1606–89),
these drawings are today divided between the
Royal Library at Windsor Castle, the British
Museum’s Department of Greek and Roman
Antiquities, and numerous other institutions
and private collections worldwide. Bringing
them here together emphasises the remarkable
range and quality of the collection as a whole
and provides an opportunity to bring to public
attention drawings that are for the most part
unpublished and unidentifed.
As a collection of mostly earlier material ac-
quired rather than commissioned by Cassiano
and Carlo Antonio, the drawings provide a
comprehensive coverage of Renaissance archi-
tecture and architectural ornament, including
churches, palaces, villas and military fortifca-
tions, as well as designs for architectural ft-
ments and decorative schemes. Many of the
drawings are of particular scholarly interest as
actual project drawings from the hands, work-
shops or immediate circles of distinguished
sixteenth- and seventeenth-century architects,
including Raphael, Giulio Romano, Antonio
da Sangallo the Younger, Pirro Ligorio, Jacopo
Barozzi da Vignola and Gianlorenzo Bernini.
As such they are connected with some of the
most famous buildings constructed or remod-
elled during this period, among them St Peter’s
and St John Lateran in Rome and the princely
palaces in Mantua, Piacenza and Granada in
and among unresolvable contradictions. His as-
similation of Domenichino’s art to the Roman
and Tuscan canon is, then, profoundly polemi-
cal. In this light, Malvasia’s life of Domenichino
can be defned as the most tormented and ulti-
mately unsuccessful eulogy in the Felsina pittrice:
a great piece of art-historical criticism about an
artist whose greatness Malvasia could not deny.
Malvasia’s assessment of the artistic personality
of Francesco Gessi turns upon the painter’s rival-
ry with his master, Guido Reni, whose perfection
in painting nevertheless remains unmatchable. In
relating how Domenichino snatched away the
highly talented Giovan Battista Ruggeri from his
previous master, Francesco Gessi, Malvasia turns
the conficts inherent in Domenichino’s life into
a generational struggle between artistic factions.
In the process, Malvasia provides important bio-
graphical information about Giovan Giacomo
Sementi, another of Guido’s disciples and Gessi’s
lifelong rival.
and audacity,” Domenichino embodies an ideal
of perfection more in keeping with the Floren-
tine and Roman school, “fond of fnish and dili-
gence.”
Malvasia reports that he did not know Do-
menichino, and his reconstruction of the career
of the master as he moved among Rome, Naples,
and Bologna stands in stark contrast to Giovan
Pietro Bellori’s more sympathetic account, pub-
lished in 1672. If, to redeem the supremacy of
the Bolognese school, Malvasia downplays the
problem of Domenichino’s “erudition” and “fer-
tility” of invention, he does so with hesitation
Spain. A smaller group of drawings is associ-
ated with architectural theory and includes a
remarkable series of façade schemes here attrib-
uted to Sebastiano Serlio.
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Te Arca di Sant’Agostino
and the Hermits of
St. Augustine in
Fourteenth-Cantury Pavia

Sharon Dale
approx. 300 p., 43 b/w ills., 12 colour ills.,
220 x 280 mm, 2013, HMSAH 74, HB,
ISBN 978-1-909400-01-6, approx. € 100
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
HARVEY MILLER PUBLISHERS
STUDIES IN MEDIEVAL AND EARLY
RENAISSANCE ART HISTORY
In 1327 Pope John XXII granted the Hermits
of St. Augustine joint possession of San Pietro
in Ciel d’Oro in Pavia, a church that until then
had been for a century in the sole charge of the
Canons Regular of St. Augustine. Both orders
claimed a founding by St. Augustine himself,
whose relics were somewhere in the church —
although their precise location was unknown.
Te unprecedented division of the church and
the ensuing confict between the Hermits and
the Canons were embedded in the larger strug-
gle between the forces of universal church and
regional state that engulfed the city of Pavia
and ultimately much of Italy in the fourteenth
century. Both city and church were contested
repeatedly among the papacy, the empire, and
the Visconti. Tis book is a study of the po-
litical negotiation between the papacy and the
Visconti conducted by the Hermits at San Pi-
etro in Ciel d’Oro in the Trecento — and a re-
lated examination of the Arca di Sant’Agostino,
the patronage and iconography of which were
deeply enmeshed in that larger historical con-
text.
At a basic level, the Arca promotes the Hermits’
claims over those of the Canons Regular, creat-
ing a collective, institutional memory of the
Hermits that identifes them as the true sons and
heirs of Augustine by appropriating his writings,
relics, and biography. However, the Arca is also
a remarkable document of the Hermits’ role
in the complex political negotiations between
the papacy and the Visconti. Tat the Arca di
Sant’Agostino was paid for almost entirely by
donations from Galeazzo II Visconti, his wife
Blanche of Savoy, and their political allies is a cir-
cumstance that has never been examined. Tere
is much in the iconography of the Arca that is
relevant to the Visconti, such as the prominent
depiction of the Virtues, recalling Giangaleazzo
Visconti’s title, Te Count of Virtues. Te ico-
nography also includes the uattro Santi Coro-
nati, emblematic fgures of papal temporal pow-
er. I link them to the Donation of Constantine,
the forged document that served for centuries
as the legal basis for papal temporal power. Te
promotion of papal plentitudo potestatis played a
central role in Augustinian doctrine, explaining
the Hermits’ unusually close political afliation
with the papacy. Tus, the Arca iconography
embraces three seemingly disparate agendas: the
Hermits’ own claims to St. Augustine, the cel-
ebration of Visconti authority in Lombardy, and
the promotion of papal temporal power.
Denijs van Alsloot
(vers 1568? - 1625/26)
Peintre paysagiste au service de la
cour des archiducs Albert et Isabelle

Sabine Van Sprang
approx. 350 p., 52 ill. n/b, 190 x 250 mm, 2013,
PICT 15, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-52555-6, approx. € 125
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
PICTURA NOVA
Denijs van Alsloot (vers 1568  ?- 1625/26)
fut incontestablement le principal paysagiste
à Bruxelles au début du XVII
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siècle. Il sut
rapidement sattirer les faveurs de la cour, où
il occupa une position privilégiée. Ses pay-
sages, composés à la fois déléments empruntés
à lhéritage bruegélien et à une iconographie
courtoise issue de lart de la tapisserie, semblent
avoir visé en premier lieu une clientèle de
princes, de courtisans et de grands commis de
létat. Louvrage explore pour la première fois
de manière systématique les diférentes facettes
de la production connue de van Alsloot. Com-
posé de deux parties, il propose une étude
qui non seulement repose sur une analyse des
œuvres du point de vue stylistique et technolo-
gique, mais les situe aussi dans le contexte des
pratiques datelier de lépoque et dans celui de
la politique artistique des archiducs.
Te paintings present a wide variety of com-
positional types and integrated iconographic
elements. Monumental life-size portraits co-
exist with small scale representations. At the
same time, there is a clear diferentiation in ty-
pology according to the city where they were
produced. Along with the formal analysis,
attention is paid to the material-technical gen-
esis of these compositions, combining in some
cases visual observation with scientifc imag-
ery and archival evidence. Also the question
why patrons would order a group portrait, and
how to interpret such ‘corporate splendour’, is
dealt with, making use of the richly collected
contemporary documents, which permit to
contextualize the portraits and, in some cases,
reconstruct their original habitat. Tey thus
shed light on a number of factors that were
involved in the realization of Brabantine civic
group portraits: the type of patrons and their
socio-economic and political position; the im-
mediate cause for ordering a group portrait;
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Corporate Splendour
A Typological, Iconographic and
Social Approach to Civic Group
Portraits in Brabant 1585-1800

Beatrijs Wolters van der Wey
approx. 450 p., 150 b/w ills., 190 x 250 mm, 2013,
PICT 18, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-55037-4, approx. € 140
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
PICTURA NOVA
Civic group portraits, depicting trades and
guilds, militias, magistrates, governors of chari-
table institutions and confraternities, were in
the old duchy of Brabant during the Ancien Ré-
gime much better represented than is generally
thought. Some hundred paintings are revealed,
especially in the cities of Antwerp, Brussels,
Leuven and Mechelen. For the frst time, the
book zooms in on this important subgenre of
Flemish portraiture.
the artists called upon; the prices and terms of
payment; and the destination – (semi)public /
private, sacral / secular – of the paintings.
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Oltre il rifesso
Storia, iconografa e società negli
specchi etruschi del Museo
Archeologico Nazionale di Parma
Marco Cavalieri, Giacomo Baldini
approx. 224 p., 100 colour ills., 190 x 255 mm, 2013,
ARTES 4, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54914-9, approx. € 55
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
ARTES
Nonostante linteresse storico ed archeologico
che la collezione di specchi etruschi del Museo
Archeologico Nazionale di Parma riveste, fno
ad oggi mancava una pubblicazione scientifca
ed esaustiva sullargomento. uesto libro col-
ma la lacuna. Lopera si divide in tre sezioni di-
Late Raphael
Miguel Falomir (ed.)
approx. 200 p., 200 x 250 mm, 2013, PMP 4, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54947-7, approx. € 65
Publication date scheduled for August 2013
PUBLICATIONS OF THE MUSEO
DEL PRADO
de Medici – Carmen C. Bambach, Leonardo
and Raphael, circa 1513-16 – Timothy
Cliford, Raphael and the Decorative Arts
– Lorraine Karafel, Raphael’s Tapestries
– Christa Gardner von Teufel, Raphael’s
Visitation: Law, Concord, Female Hierarchy
and Peace – Roberto Bartalini, Da Rapaello
a Sodoma. Sulla camera nuziale di Agostino
Chigi alla Farnesina – Costanza Barbieri,
Sebastiano del Piombo, Raphael, and Agos-
tino Chigi’s Patronage – David Franklin,
Rafaellino del Colle and Giulio Romano –
Arnold Nesselrath, Giovanni da Udine in
Raphael’s Workshop – Linda Wolk-Simon,
Eternal Ravenna
Massimiliano David
approx. 288 p., 200 b/w ills., 240 x 310 mm, 2013, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54941-5, approx. € 95
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
ANCIENT HISTORY & ARCHAEOLOGY
OUTSIDE A SERIES
Ravenna is worldwide renown for its monu-
ments, exceptionally conserved although
reworked through time, and for its unique
widespread of mosaics in the Mediterranean.
Starting from an updated load of studies and
researches, this volume tries to avoid a simpli-
fcation in the perceiving of the Ravenna phe-
nomenon: Ravenna becoming Byzantine.
Tis volume is the result of new studies and of
a systematic photographic campaign that has
documented the whole artistic heritage of the
city and of its territories from the origins to
the end of the Middle Ages. In this work are
gathered – summarized and clearly explained in
their urban context – the results of the most re-
cent researches on Ravenna monuments by the
major world scholars of the last 50 years.
Massimiliano David is Professor of ar-
chaeology of the Late antiquity and of the
Late-antique city in the archaeology de-
partment at the university of Bologna. His
interests are focused on urban and land-
scape archaeology, on building techniques,
and on the subjects: history of archaeol-
ogy and of excavation technique, mate-
rial culture and antiquarian collecting.
stinte ma complementari: la prima, a carattere
antiquario, ripercorre le principali vicende che
hanno portato alla formazione della collezione,
attraverso unanalisi storico-critica delle esigen-
ze didattico-estetiche tipiche della ricerca ar-
cheologica nella prima metà del XIX secolo. La
seconda, più prettamente etruscologica, prende
in considerazione in un dettagliato catalogo i
singoli reperti oggetto dello studio, cercando di
ricostruirne il contesto culturale di provenien-
za, in particolare su base stilistico-comparativa.
Infne, il vasto repertorio grafco e fotografco,
permette ai materiali di porsi alla diretta at-
tenzione del lettore. Il libro, nelle sue diverse
articolazioni, ofre una completa prospettiva
sui materiali e sulla storia della collezione degli
specchi etruschi di Parma, coniugando in una
sola opera analisi storico-antiquaria e quelle ti-
pologica e stilistico-iconografca dei manufatti.
Miguel Falomir, Introduction – Paul Barol-
sky, Te Elusive Raphael – Sheryl Reiss,
Raphael, Pope Leo X, and Cardinal Giulio
Marco Cavalieri è Professore di Archeologia
e Storia dell´Arte Romana e Antichità Itali-
che presso lUniversité catholique de Lou-
vain. Attualmente è anche titolare dell´in-
segnamento di Archeologia delle province
romane alla Scuola di Specializzazione in
Beni Archeologici dell´Università degli Studi
di Firenze.
Giacomo Baldini si è laureato in Lettere e
Filosoµa, (indirizzo archeologico) presso l´U-
niversità degli Studi di Firenze con una tesi
in Etruscologia ed Archeologia Italica, spe-
cializzandosi successivamente in Archeologia
Classica presso il medesimo Ateneo.
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Table of Contents
Pellegrino da Modena – Jan Sammer, Tom-
maso Vincidor and the Flemish Romanists
– Robert La France, Timoteo Viti and Ra-
phael – David Love, Gianßancesco Penni:
Designs For Overlooked Panel Paintings
– Sylvia Ferino, Raphael’s St. Margaret in
Vienna – Miguel Falomir, Rafael y Tiziano
– Charles Dempsey, Raphael´s Legacy in
Italy circa 1600 – Paul Joannides, Latest Af-
terthoughts – Tom Henry, Ex post facto (“el
momento de la verdad”)
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A Masterly Hand.
Interdisciplinary Research on
the Late-Medieval Sculptor(s)
Master of Elsloo in an
International Perspective
Proceedings of the Conference held
at the Royal Institute for Cultural
Heritage in Brussels on 20-21
October 2011

Peters Famke,
Christina Ceulemans (eds.)
approx. 340 p., 230 x 290 mm, 2013, SCAR 9, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55016-9, € 60
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
SCIENTIA ARTIS
In 1940 the art historian J.J.M. Timmers intro-
duced the name ‘Master of Elsloo’ to describe
the anonymous creator of a late-Gothic wooden
statue of St Anne with the Virgin and Child in St
Augustine’s Church in Elsloo, a town in Limburg
gin of the wood and the relationship between the
works. A number of complementary studies help
to situate the ‘Master of Elsloo’ more accurately
in ‘his’ historical and artistic context. Te results
of all these studies were presented as papers at the
colloquium organised by the Royal Institute for
Cultural Heritage on 20 and 21 October 2011. A
Masterly Hand. Interdisciplinary Research on the
Late-Medieval Sculptor(s) Master of Elsloo in an
International Perspective brings together the proj-
ect’s fndings, to which are added an inventory of
works associated with the ‘Master of Elsloo’ and
the results of new archival research.
in the present-day Netherlands. In the following
decades many other stylistically-related statues
came to be associated with the St Anne. As a re-
sult, the Master of Elsloo’s oeuvre grew to include
at least two-hundred works. Until recently, stud-
ies of these sculptures and their maker(s) have
been almost exclusively stylistic in approach. Yet
the works of the ‘Master of Elsloo’ evoke many
questions that require thorough investigation.
uestions about the identity of the woodcarver
or, more likely, the woodcarvers grouped under
the sobriquet of ‘Master of Elsloo’, their artistic
roots, their period and place of activity, and the
organisation of their work in the workshop or
shops. Te major interdisciplinary research proj-
ect carried out in 2010-2011 by the Royal Insti-
tute for Cultural Heritage in Brussels together
with partners from Belgium and other countries
was intended to shed new light on this sizeable
group of statues and their makers. Tis time sty-
listic study was augmented by extensive examina-
tion of the materials and techniques employed
with particular emphasis on workbench marks
and the remains of any original polychromy. Also
extremely important was the dendrochrono-
logical analysis of a large number of sculptures,
which led to surprising results regarding the ori-
Questions dornement
Ralph Dekoninck,
Caroline Heering (éd.)
285 p., 150 ill. n/b, 24 ill. couleur, 210 x 297 mm, 2013,
TA 6, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54943-9, approx. € 75
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
THÉORIE DE LART / ART THEORY
14001800
Ralph Dekoninck, Caroline Heering et Michel
Lefz, Introduction – Caroline Heering, Ques-
tionner l´ornement – Debra Schafer, From
Medieval Metaphor to Modern Kunstwollen :
the 19th-Century Transformation of Ornamen-
tal Perception – Tomas Golsenne, Le « pathos
décoratif » italien du _uattrocento selon Aby
Warburg – Catherine Titeux, L´ornement d´ar-
chitecture à l´âge classique, statuts et fonctions :
l´apport d´Alberti – Frédérique Lemerle, Les
ordres comme ornement dans la tradition vitru-
vienne (XVI
e
-XVII
e
siècles) – Maarten Delbeke,
L´ornement et la beauté chez Piranèse et ses inter-
locuteurs – Anne-Françoise Morel, “Moral Or-
namentation” of English Church Architecture in
the 17
th
-Century – Chiara Basalti, Getting back
ornement dans les décors italiens du XVI
e
siècle :
le cas de la Galleria degli Stucchi du palais
Capodiferro à Rome – Anne Perrin-Khelissa,
Comment orne-t-on la sculpture en biscuit de
Vincennes-Sèvres au XVIII
e
siècle ? Figures en
porcelaine ; ornements en bronze – Émilie Rof-
fdal-Motte, Distinction et union des genres :
les ornements et les reliefs sculptés du mobilier
liturgique du sud-est de la France (XVIII
e
siècle)
– Valérie Nègre, Les ornements d´architecture en
matériaux factices et leur réception en France à la
µn du XVIII
e
siècle – Émilie Passignat, Des ßises,
des emblèmes, des festons, des grotesques. Giorgio
Vasari et le cycle décoratif du Palazzo Vecchio à
Florence – Valérie Herremans, Rubens as an
Inventor of Ornament – Sébastien Bontemps,
Le dessin, témoin du relief au service de l´orne-
mental – Linda Hinners, Specialist Skills in the
Workshop of French Ornamental Sculptors at the
Royal Palace of Stockholm, circa 1700 – Ariane
Varela Braga, Règles et principes : l´enseignement
du dessin d´ornement en Angleterre à la µn du
XVIII
e
siècle – Sarah Munoz, Écriture du mur,
écriture de soi : les têtes en médaillon sculptées
dans l´architecture privée de la Renaissance en
France – Isabelle Gilles, L´ornement au service
de la distribution – Laurent Regard, Pouvoir du
cadre et droit des images, l´épiscopat ßançais face
à ses tableaux
to the Meaning. Te Function of Ornament and
18
th
-Century Funerary Sculpture – Yves Pauwels,
Elocutio. Les µgures de l´ornement en architec-
ture à l´âge classique – Olivier Deloignon, À la
lumière des pages. Formes et fonctions de l´orne-
mentation typographique au XVI
e
siècle – Lizzie
Boubli, Une poétique de l´ornement : l´exemple
de l´Allégorie de l´Hymen d´Agnolo Bronzino
– Pascal Julien, Termes, atlantes et caryatides :
corps et décors d´une architecture discursive.
XVI
e
-XVIII
e
siècles – Évelyne Tomas, Termes et
caryatides dans les dessins et gravures de Jacques
Androuet Du Cerceau – Bertrand Prevost,
Des putti et de leurs guirlandes. Points, nœuds,
monde – Femke Speelberg, Ordine con piu orna-
mento. Reconsidering the Origins of Strapwork
Ornament in Relation to the Emancipation of
the Ornamental Frame – Brigitte DHainaut,
Assonances, dissonances et résonances. Epcacités
structurantes de l´ornement dans l´architecture
religieuse des Pays-Bas aux XVII
e
et XVIII
e
siècles
– Michel Lefz, L´ornement tiendrait-il à un
cheveu ? Jalons pour une grammaire formelle des
cheveux, barbes et autres représentations pilleuses
– Alexandra Ballet, Lorsque la bordure devient
sujet. L´exemple des intarsie au _uattrocento
– Christian Michel, Le putto entre motif orne-
mental et µgure – Édouard Degans, La console
dans l´architecture µorentine du XVI
e
siècle, entre
ornement et sculpture – Nicolas Cordon, Stuc et
Table des matières
Light and Shade in
Dutch and Flemish Art
A History of Chiaroscuro in Art
Teory and Artistic Practice in
the Netherlands of the Seventeenth
and Eighteenth Centuries
Ulrike Kern
275 p., 107 b/w ills., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, TA 7, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54944-6, approx. € 110
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
THÉORIE DE L’ART / ART THEORY
14001800

Tis book presents the frst systematic analysis
of artistic techniques and terminology related
to the rendering of light and shade in Dutch
and Flemish art from the early-seventeenth to
the mid-eighteenth century. It traces a shif in
aesthetic perception, which is visible in the han-
dling of chiaroscuro in Dutch and Flemish art
in the course of 150 years, and challenges the
view, widespread since Julius von Schlosser’s in-
fuential survey of European art and literarure,
that Netherlandish art was mainly uninventive.
In their discussions Netherlandish writers of
art theory drew on a) earlier and foreign art
literature, b) their insights, mainly as paint-
ers, into workshop practice, c) observation
of nature (including natural sciences) and d)
aesthetic judgement. Tis volume investigates
the diferent extents to which Netherlandisch
writers on art depended on these four aspects
as they devised their concepts of chiaroscuro
and how this relates to contemporary picto-
rial practice. Statements on chiaroscuro in the
writings of Karel van Mander, Philips Angel,
Willem Goeree, Samuel van Hoogstraten, Ge-
rard de Lairesse, Arnold Houbraken and Jacob
Campo Weyerman have been compared with
paintings of the period to test the writers’ state-
ments against the artists’ methods.

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Sir Joshua Reynolds:
Propos sur lart
Jan Blanc
approx. 800 p., 210 x 297 mm, 2013, TA 4, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54337-6, approx. € 175
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
THÉORIE DE LART / ART THEORY
14001800

trois articles pour lIdler et ses quinze discours
académiques. Il nexistait pourtant aucune édi-
tion complète de ses écrits, tant en anglais quen
français.
Présentant pour la première fois lintégralité
des textes connus de sir Joshua Reynolds, quils
aient été publiés de son vivant et après sa mort
ou restés à létat de manuscrits, cet ouvrage pro-
pose ainsi une révision complète des théories et
des pratiques artistiques du peintre, à laune de
textes connus, méconnus et inconnus. Réunis
pour la première fois et présentés de façon sys-
tématique et comparative, ceux-ci permettent
de mieux éclairer une carrière et une pensée
plus cohérentes quon ne la dit, moins confor-
miste quon ne la prétendu. Ils constituent sur-
tout des documents capitaux pour une histoire
artistique mais aussi culturelle, sociale, histo-
rique, littéraire, théâtrale et politique du Siècle
des Lumières.
Die bebilderte Enea Silvio
Piccolomini Handschrif
des Charles de France
Ein Beitrag zur Buchmalerei in
Bourges und zum Humanismus
in Frankreich
Robert Schindler
190 x 250 mm, 2013, ARS 17, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54612-4, Ca. € 100
Voraussichtliches Erscheinungsdatum November 2013
ARS NOVA
Die vorliegende Studie ist die erste ausführ-
liche Untersuchung der Handschrif Ms. 68
in der Sammlung des J. Paul Getty Museums.
Der Kodex enthält zwei Texte des bedeuten-
den Humanisten und Diplomaten Enea Sil-
vio Piccolomini, des späteren Papstes Pius II.,
De Curialium miseriis und Historia de duobus
amantibus, die er 1444 noch vor Beginn seiner
klerikalen Karriere verfasste. Die herausragen-
de Bedeutung der Handschrif resultiert ei-
nerseits aus der buchmalerischen Ausstattung,
die von besonderer Qualität ist und von einem
bis vor kurzem völlig unbekannten Buchmaler
ausgeführt wurde, andererseits aus ihrer kultur-
historischen Stellung im Kontext des französi-
schen Frühhumanismus.
Dem Piccolomini-Meister und seiner Werk-
statt können auch eine Abschrif der Epistre
Othea von Christine de Pizan in Den Haag so-
wie drei Miniaturen in einem Stundenbuch im
Kunsthandel zugeordnet werden. Die Getty-
Handschrif entstand wohl um 1465 in Bour-
ges, auch weil der Aufraggeber mit Charles de
France (1446–1472), dem jüngeren Bruder des
französischen Königs Louis XI, identifziert
werden konnte. Die in dieser Studie erstmals
versuchte Rekonstruktion von Charles Biblio-
thek weist sein ausgeprägtes Interesse an anti-
ken Schrifen nach. Demnach beschäfigte er
sich vor allem mit griechischen und römischen
Philosophen, Dichtern und Geschichtsschrei-
bern. Unter Zuhilfenahme literaturhistorischer
Überlegungen zu Eneas Texten sowie Überle-
gungen zur Textinterpretation wird schließlich
Charles spezifsches Interesse an Eneas Texten
rekonstruiert. Eine systematische Untersu-
chung der erhaltenen, in Frankreich entstande-
nen Handschrifen mit Eneas Texten vermittelt
zudem den weiteren Rezeptionskontext beider
Texte in Frankreich im 15. Jahrhundert.
Wesentlicher Bestandteil der Publikation ist
ein ausführlicher Katalog der Handschrifen
aus dem Besitz von Charles de France sowie der
französischen Handschrifen mit Eneas Texten.
2000 pages de sa main ou de celle de ses secré-
taires. Certains de ces manuscrits ont fait lob-
jet de publications partielles, tout comme cest
le cas des quelques textes publiés par Reynolds
tout au long de sa carrière – pour lessentiel, ses
Te Brussels Tristan
Tapestries
Myth Regenerated in Wool,
Silk and Precious Metals
Tibault Schaefer
approx. 250 p., 50 b/w ills., 16 colour ills.,
245 x 297 mm, 2013, SWT 6, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54982-8, approx. € 100
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
STUDIES IN WESTERN TAPESTRY
Today, a modest number of Tristanian artifacts
may still be admired in museums and castles.
Digital access to art collections continues to
enrich the list with surprises, such as the exqui-
sitely carved fourteenth century ‘Tristan’ bench
of the Tallinn Town Hall in Estonia. Some em-
broidered work and painted wall decor also
have survived. However, what there might have
been of woven wall hangings on the subject
has all but disappeared, with the exception of
a modern single-panel Aubusson and the set of
seven hangings which constitutes the subject
of this book. Te Brussels Tristan Tapestries
have never before been studied as a series. Te
purpose of this monograph is to bring to light a
rarely seen work of art and to apprise specialists
of iconography, literature and myth of its rel-
evance and uniqueness. Te chapters deal with
the detailed analysis of the set and its meaning
as a whole, the reconstitution of the history of
its ownership, the place of this particular ver-
sion in the verbal and fgurative traditions to
which it refers and the role of this ‘tenture’ in
the corpus of the Tristan myth. Since the ex-
hibitions of 2002 and 2007 at the New York
Metropolitan Museum of Arts, woven tapestry
has been given place of prominence; collections
have been exhumed from storage and revealed
to the public, accompanied by handsome cata-
logues. It is hoped that this contribution comes
at an opportune time.
RAPPEL
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valable jusqu`au 30 novembre 2013
Après la mort de sir Joshua Reynolds, les pre-
miers visiteurs de son atelier y ont découvert,
en plus de plusieurs tableaux inachevés et
des œuvres de son abondante collection, un
nombre considérable de manuscrits – plus de
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Dun jugement à lautre
La représentation du jugement
immédiat dans les Jugements
derniers fançais: 1100-1250
Marcello Angheben
approx. 450 p., 92 ill. n/b, 32 ill. couleur,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, CSM 25, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54764-0, approx. € 70
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
CULTURE ET SOCIÉTÉ MÉDIÉVALES
Au moment où le thème du Jugement dernier a
connu un essor sans précédent, on a régulière-
ment associé aux événements de la fn des temps
une représentation du jugement immédiat, celui
qui se déroule après la mort. La pensée chré-
tienne considère quaprès avoir quitté leur corps,
les âmes font lobjet dune première évaluation
au terme de laquelle elles sont conduites dans
des séjours temporaires? : le paradis dattente
pour les élus, lenfer pour les damnés. À la fn des
temps, ces âmes séparées sunissent à leur corps
ressuscité, elles sont jugées une seconde fois et
les élus sont conduits dans le royaume des cieux
Écrire et peindre au Moyen
Âge. Le livre, ses sources et
ses images, de Saint-Mihiel
à Verdun
Anne-Orange Poilpré, les Amis de la
Bibliothèque Bénédictine (éd.)
approx. 400 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, CSM 27,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54430-4, approx. € 70
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
CULTURE ET SOCIÉTÉ MÉDIÉVALES
crites: Michèle Gaillard, Du Vieux-Moutier
à l´abbaye de Saint-Mihiel (VIII
e
-IX
e
siècle) :
les sources écrites et leur interpretation –
Philippe Depreux, Le traité de Verdun,
un tournant de l´histoire européenne ? Le
partage de l´Empire en 843 : genèse, teneur,
retentissement historique et historiogra-
phique – François Ploton-Nicollet, Le
manuscrit Z 28 de la bibliothèque béné-
dictine de Saint-Mihiel – Fabrizio Cri-
vello, Verdun et l´enluminure carolingienne
Les réseaux monastiques, les réformes et
le développement des scriptoria: Tomas
Falmagne, Réseau de bibliothèque et conßa-
ternité entre 1050 et 1150 : Echternach et
les institutions des diocèses de Metz, Toul et
Verdun – Anne Wagner, L´œuvre hagiogra-
phique de Richard de Saint-Vanne – Franck
Hirschmann, L´importance du scriptorium
pour la réforme monastique: l´exemple de
Saint-Vanne (1ère moitié du XI
e
siècle) –
Marie-Paule Crochet-Téry, Saint-Airy
de Verdun : rayonnement et conµuence des
courants religieux au XI
e
et XII
e
siècles au
travers de l´étude de ses nécrologes – Jean-Pol
Evrard, Écrire à Verdun au XIII
e
siècle. Un
chanoine prémontré entreprend un cartu-
laire pour l´abbaye de Saint-Paul – Mickaël
Georges, Le Liber Capituli de la cathé-
drale de Verdun : un livre vivant témoin de
l´histoire capitulaire à la µn du Moyen Âge
Production livresque et mécénat: Alison
Stones, Les manuscrits de Renaud de Bar et
leurs inµuences stylistiques – Juliette Bou-
chot, Commandes et exécutions du livre
dans les duchés de Bar et de Lorraine, µn
XV
e
-début XVI
e
siècle – Christian Meyer,
Les manuscrits musicaux ce la Bibliothèque
municipale de Verdun
Architectures de papier.
La France et lEurope
(XVI
e
-XVII
e
siècles)
Frédérique Lemerle-Pauwels,
Yves Pauwels
266 p., 96 ill. n/b, 210 x 270 mm, 2013, ER 11, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55020-6, approx. € 100
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
ÉTUDES RENAISSANTES
La Renaissance et le Grand Siècle ont été lâge
dor des traités darchitecture. DAlberti, au
milieu du uattrocento à Claude Perrault à la
fn du XVII
e
siècle ont été écrits les ouvrages
fondamentaux qui fxaient le nouveau langage de
larchitecture « classique » en même temps que
limprimerie leur conférait une difusion et une
efcacité encore jamais atteinte. Lhistoire de
larchitecture ne peut se dispenser aujourdhui
dune étude sur la littérature architecturale, en
sintéressant non seulement à ses auteurs, à ses
contenus et à son impact sur la pratique, mais
aussi aux imprimeurs, aux libraires et aux gra-
veurs, acteurs indispensables de cette histoire que
les rééditions, les traductions et les adaptations
rendent internationale. Louvrage sintéresse à
ces interactions fondamentales pour le dévelop-
pement culturel de lEurope, en sappuyant sur
une bibliographie inédite des livres darchitec-
ture, manuscrits et imprimés, écrits et publiés en
France et en français, avec leurs sources et leurs
suites internationales.
où ils peuvent enfn jouir de la vision béatifque.
La présence du jugement immédiat ou du para-
dis dattente peut être montrée pour une série
de Jugements derniers français dont certains
comptent parmi les œuvres les plus signifca-
tives de la production sculpturale des XII
e
-XIII
e

siècles : les portails de Mâcon, Conques, Saint-
Denis, Chartres et Reims, deux chapiteaux de
Saint-Nectaire et le Psautier de Marguerite de
Bourgogne. Cette lecture inédite implique que
lÉglise se préoccupait autant du salut des âmes
que des fns dernières, probablement parce que
cest dans le temps présent quelle pouvait in-
tervenir efcacement en faveur des défunts en
administrant les sufrages? : prières, aumônes
et messes. Ce livre développe les fondements
textuels et iconographiques de cette lecture en
abordant successivement le thème du jugement
immédiat et chacune des œuvres interprétables
dans la perspective du double jugement. Ont
également été abordées plusieurs représentations
isolées du Jugement dernier dont liconographie
éclaire le sens des autres compositions?: Autun,
Laon, Paris et Amiens. Cette série danalyses
monographiques détaillées et originales ofre un
panorama très complet des Jugements derniers
français mis en œuvre entre 1100 et 1250.
Marcello Angheben est maître de confé-
rences habilité en histoire de l´art à l´Univer-
sité de Poitiers et membre du Centre d´Études
Supérieures de Civilisation Médiévale.
Michel Parisse, Préface – Anne-Orange
Poilpré et Marianne Besseyre, Introduction
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2 1
André Alciat (1492-1550):
un humaniste au confuent
des savoirs dans lEurope
de la Renaissance
Anne Rolet, Stéphane Rolet (éd.)
approx. 500 p., 76 ill. couleur, 210 x 270 mm, 2013,
ER 13, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-55021-3, approx. € 110
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
ÉTUDES RENAISSANTES

Le volume entend réexaminer la place quoc-
cupe lhumaniste André Alciat dans le panora-
ma de la Renaissance et remettre en perspective
les diférents ouvrages qui composent le corpus
alciatique, en insérant dans leur contexte poli-
tique, intellectuel, religieux, social et écono-
mique les étapes biographiques et les activités
scientifques du juriste milanais, connu avant
tout pour son recueil poétique d’Emblemata
(editio princeps à Augsbourg chez Steyner en
1531). Les contributions proposées ici mettent
en évidence létendue des domaines dinvestiga-
tion embrassés par Alciat, les multiples facettes
de ses compétences, la cohérence de son travail
historique, juridique et philologique, et les rap-
ports complexes quil entretient avec lAntiqui-
té gréco-romaine. Patiemment, des chercheurs
venus de diférentes disciplines repèrent les fls
conducteurs qui structurent une œuvre toufue,
sinterrogent sur les thématiques récurrentes
qui participent à lélaboration dune méthode
ou sur le rôle des modèles intertextuels, éduca-
tifs ou professionnels.
Vivre et imprimer dans
les Pays-Bas méridionaux
(des origines à la Réforme)
Vol. I: Les hommes ; Vol. II, t. 1:
Les ateliers ; Vol. II, t. 2:
Dictionnaire prosopographique
Renaud Adam
3 vol., approx. 600 p., 150 x 250 mm, 2013, NUGER
16-17, PB, ISBN 978-2-503-55015-2, approx. € 95
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
NUGÆ HUMANISTICÆ SUB SIGNO
ERASMI
de lintroduction de lart typographique dans
les Pays-Bas méridionaux et de son évolution
jusquen 1520, complété par un dictionnaire
prosopographique. Le second livre répond à
la question: comment les premiers imprimeurs
se sont-ils intégrés au tissu socio-économique
des Pays-Bas méridionaux et de la principauté
de Liège au tournant des XV
e
et XVI
e
siècles ?
Cette étude a été structurée autour de deux
axes. Les regards se sont portés sur le métier
dimprimeur avec des questionnements cen-
trés sur le statut juridique et lorganisation de
cette profession, sur le fonctionnement interne
dune imprimerie ainsi que sur la commerciali-
sation des livres et le profl de la clientèle. Les
résultats de la dernière partie sont le fruit dune
investigation dans la composition de la com-
munauté typographique et dune tentative de
décorticage des trames réticulaires nouées avec
les autres acteurs de la société urbaine.
“And Touching Our Society”
Fashioning Jesuit Identity
in Elizabethan England
Tomas M. McCoog
xiv + 476 p., 150 x 230 mm, Pontifcal Institute of
Mediaeval Studies, 2013, ST 183, HB,
ISBN 978-0-88844-183-6, € 80
Available
STUDIES AND TEXTS
“For students and scholars of Reformation,
Jesuit, and Elizabethan history, Tomas M.
McCoog’s collection of essays encompasses
a wide range of individual snapshots that
collectively present a rich and nuanced
panorama of the daring and ofen danger-
ous Jesuit mission in the politically and
religiously charged environment of Eliza-
bethan England. Te author incorporates
some of the more signifcant insights of the
‘new’ historiography concerning British/
Irish and Jesuit studies, as well as new his-
toricism’s contributions relating to the reli-
gious turn and integrating the voices of the
silenced in our literary and historical narra-
tives. In addition to examining important
aspects of the lives and missions of major
players such as Edmund Campion, Robert
Persons, and Robert Southwell, McCoog
also explores interesting and contested is-
sues including the lifestyle of the mission-
ers, the sometimes murky boundaries of
Church and State, and questions about the
geography and social topography of the
mission. In all, these essays clarify as well
as broaden our knowledge of an ofen mis-
understood but signifcant chapter in both
Catholic and English history.”
(Robert E. Scully, S.J., Le Moyne College)
EARLY MODERN STUDIES
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Early Modern Studies
RAPPEL
Review
North American customers are
advised to order directly through
University of Toronto Press.
Te Jesuit mission to Elizabethan England be-
gan with the arrival of Edmund Campion and
Robert Persons in 1580. Tis collection brings
together thirteen landmark essays by Tomas
M. McCoog, SJ, on the Society of Jesus in Eng-
land, Ireland, and Scotland, four of them ap-
pearing in English for the frst time.
Deux volumes des Nugæ seront consacrés à la
brillante thèse de Renaud Adam. Le premier
livre est un historique détaillé, ville par ville,
2 2
La terre. Connaissance,
représentations, mesure
au Moyen Âge
Patrick Gautier Dalché,
Christiane Deluz, Nathalie Bouloux,
Emmanuelle Vagnon,
Christine Gadrat, Paul Fermon,
Armelle Querrien
approx. 450 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, AM 13, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54753-4, approx. € 60
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
LATELIER DU MÉDIÉVISTE
Cartographie et représentations
de lOrient méditerranéen en
Occident (du milieu du XIII
e

à la fn du XV
e
siècle)

Emmanuelle Vagnon
approx. 500 p., 2 ill. n/b, 15 ill. couleur, 210 x 270 mm,
2013, TO 11, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54896-8, approx. € 100
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
TERRARUM ORBIS
À la fn du Moyen Âge, lOrient méditerranéen
fait lobjet de nombreuses descriptions et de
représentations cartographiques en Occident :
Orient sacré de la Bible et des Évangiles, Orient
épique et féodal des Croisades et des États latins
de Terre sainte, mais aussi Orient de la Grèce
antique et de ses vestiges. À la fois lointaines
et familières, les régions du Levant font partie
de la mémoire géographique de lOccident. Il
sagit dun espace aux limites variables, centré
sur la Terre sainte mais étendu selon les cas
jusquà lEurope orientale et les Balkans et
jusquà lÉgypte, sans cesse redéfni en fonction
des intérêts occidentaux manifestés à travers les
cartes. Une période particulièrement féconde
de cette production cartographique sétend de
la fn du XIII
e
siècle, période de vains projets
de reconquête des Lieux saints et dune recru-
descence des pèlerinages, jusquaux dernières
décennies du XV
e
siècle, lorsque lexploration
des îles et des côtes africaines décentre pro-
gressivement lattention des Occidentaux vers
lAtlantique.
Les cartes géographiques étudiées dans ce livre
(mappemondes, croquis régionaux, cartes ma-
rines, mais aussi cartes et descriptions des îles),
La fontière méditerranéenne
du XV
e
au XVII
e
siècle
Échanges, circulations et
afrontements

Bernard Heyberger, Albrecht Fuess,
Philippe Vendrix (éd.)
412 p., 23 ill. n/b, 155 x 235 mm, 2013, ER 12, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54815-9, approx. € 100
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
ÉTUDES RENAISSANTES
Le cadre géographique et chronologique rete-
nu par cet ouvrage collectif le place immédia-
tement sous les auspices de Fernand Braudel.
Comme la fameuse Méditerranée de celui-ci,
il semble osciller entre ce qui fait lunité éco-
nomique et culturelle du bassin méditerra-
néen, et ce qui au contraire le divise de façon
radicale, essentiellement le confit entre Islam
et Chrétienté. Mais en rassemblant des contri-
butions de spécialistes des deux bords, il tente
de connecter des historiographies rarement
amenées à se rencontrer.
Selon une démarche aujourdhui bien éta-
blie chez les historiens, les contributions à ce
volume combinent une approche locale et une
approche globale, qui séloignent des grands
déterminismes géographiques et économiques
braudéliens. Des fragments de vie peuvent, par
leur particularité, révéler un aspect plus vaste
et représentatif du type de relations qui sins-
taurent alors en Méditerranée, en un temps où
course, transport et commerce sont étroite-
ment imbriqués.
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ne peuvent être comprises que dans leur rapport
avec des textes dont elles proviennent et qui les
accompagnent. Ce sont des outils intellectuels
adaptés et modifés en fonction des objectifs
de leurs auteurs et de leurs destinataires. Elles
illustrent la place toujours essentielle, à la fn du
Moyen Âge, de la géographie sacrée et de pré-
occupations géopolitiques et stratégiques. Leur
point commun nest ni leur forme ni leur souci
dexactitude, mais le contexte dans lequel elles
ont été construites : linquiétude de lOccident
chrétien face aux Turcs. Sans nier pour autant
que le merveilleux et lexotisme y soient parfois
présents, cette étude tend à montrer que ces
cartes médiévales avaient bien pour fonction
de représenter un espace réel sur lequel il était
possible dagir.
P. Gautier Dalché, Introduction: Historio-
graphie – But et structure de louvrage –
Heuristique
I. Une image du monde : la géographie
dans l`Occident médiéval (V
e
-XV
e
siècle)
(par C. Deluz : Le temps des auctoritates
(V
e
- XI
e
siècle) – Le temps des questionne-
ments (XI
e
-début XIII
e
siècle) – Le temps
GEOGRAPHY & CARTOGRAPHY
Table des matières
Emmanuelle Vagnon, ancienne élève de
l´École normale supérieure, docteur en his-
toire médiévale, est chargée de recherches à
l´Université Paris I et au Département des
Cartes et Plans de la Bibliothèque nationale
de France.
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Geography & Cartography
des voyageurs (milieu du XIII
e
-début du XV
e

siècle) – Le temps des humanistes (XV
e
siècle)
II. Tèmes et documents : P. Gautier Dal-
ché, La terre dans le cosmos – Nathalie Bou-
loux, – Emmanuelle Vagnon, – Christine
Gadrat, Le voyage – Paul Fermon, Cartes et
plans à grande échelle – Armelle uerrien,
Techniques et pratiques de la mesure du sol
2 3
Musique et dévotion à Rome
à la fn de la Renaissance
Les Laudes de lOratoire
Anne Piéjus
approx. 540 p., 53 ill. n/b, 2013, EM, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55039-8, approx. € 100
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
ÉPITOME MUSICAL
Chanter sur le livre à
la Renaissance
Une édition et traduction des traités
de contrepoint de Vicente Lusitano

Philippe Canguilhem
418 p., 190 x 240 mm, 2013, EM, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55040-4, approx. € 100
Publication prévue pour novembre 2013
ÉPITOME MUSICAL
Ce livre résulte dun travail de plusieurs années
efectué dans le cadre du projet de recherche
FABRICA, soutenu par lAgence Nationale
de la Recherche. Il sagissait de mieux com-
prendre la pédagogie du contrepoint chanté du
XVI
e
siècle à partir du document le plus détaillé
qui nous soit parvenu, complètement négligé
jusqualors par la communauté musicologique,
et dont lexistence même était inconnue à la
plupart des musiciens intéressés par ce sujet.
Tous les exemples musicaux seront disponible au
téléchargement sur un site internet hébergé par
le Centre de la Renaissance de Tours et certains
seront disponible en fchier mp3 grâce à un enre-
gistrement réalisé par les Sacqueboutiers de Tou-
louse. Ce livre sadresse aussi bien aux musico-
logues intéressés par lhistoire du langage et des
pratiques musicales quaux musiciens curieux de
découvrir comment limprovisation polypho-
nique était enseignée à la Renaissance.
Music and Culture in the Age
of the Council of Basel
Matteo Nanni (ed.)
approx. 350 p., + CD, 2013, EM, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55041-1, approx. € 100
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
ÉPITOME MUSICAL
MUSIC HISTORY
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Music History
Te articles published in this volume are based
largely on the papers delivered at the interna-
tional symposium on ‘Urbanity, Identity Con-
struction, and Humanism: Music, Art, and
Culture in the Age of the Council of Basel.’ Te
symposium profted from a fruitful dialogue
conducted between scholars and performers
at Basel University’s Musicology Department
during the ‘Waning of the Middle Ages’ Festival
(August 2011). Our volume has been enlarged
with the addition of further original articles
that not only expand the overall picture of the
topic, but enrich the book’s underlying theses
on the cultural history of music and the arts in
Saint Philippe Néri, fondateur de lOratoire de
Rome, y a encouragé lusage de la laude spiri-
tuelle, poésie chantée en langue vulgaire inspi-
rée de la piété médiévale et de la Renaissance
forentine. En pleine Réforme catholique, à une
époque de large difusion de la musique impri-
mée, les Oratoriens ont adapté le répertoire et
ses usages à leurs assemblées spirituelles, et uti-
lisé lémotion musicale dans leur pastorale fon-
dée sur la douceur, la joie et lefusion. LOra-
toire a ainsi développé de nouvelles formes de
dévotion, portées par ce chant spirituel et ses
résonances intimes. Anne Piéjus, musicologue
au CNRS, est lauteur douvrages sur la mu-
sique et le théâtre à lépoque moderne.
the ffeenth century. Here, with a common set
of questions, we have assembled articles from
general historians and musicologists, as well
as historians of art and literature, in order to
search for possible answers to the question of
identity construction in the ffeenth century.
Te early age of humanism, the internation-
alization of culture, the Council and concilia-
rism, and the urbanity of the late Middle Ages:
all are mainstays of the culture-historical edifce
that these articles, with their contrasting meth-
odological approaches, demarcate and carry
out in an interdisciplinary spirit.
Die Frottola:
Musik, Diskurs und Spiel,
an italienischen Höfen, 1500-1530
Sabine Meine
approx. 430 p., 19 b/w ills., 190 x 290 mm, 2013, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54880-7, Ca. € 100
Voraussichtliches Erscheinungsdatum Oktober 2013
ÉPITOME MUSICAL

Petrarkismus und Diskussionen über die Liebe
ab – of in ironischer Brechung. Als erste eigen-
ständige musikalische Gattung im Italienischen,
dem Volgare, lieferte die Frottola zudem einen
wichtigen Beitrag zur questione della lingua,
den Bemühungen um die Aufwertung der ita-
lienischen Sprache. Mit einem breiten kultur-
wissenschaflichen Ansatz unternimmt es die
vorliegende Studie, die gesellschaflichen und
diskursiven Kontexte zu zeichnen, in denen die
neue Gattung aufgeführt wurde, um von hier
aus ihre Funktion sowohl für die jeweiligen
“höfschen” Inszenierungen als auch innerhalb
großer kultureller Umwälzungen im damaligen
Italien zu analysieren.
Als 1504 in Venedig das erste von elf Libri di
Frottole des Musikverlegers Ottaviano Petrucci
im Druck erschien, begann der Boom einer Mu-
sik, die mit ihrer Poesie, ihrem Witz und ihrer
Leichtigkeit die italienische Gesellschaf begeis-
terte. Auf der Grundlage literarischer Traditi-
onen, die ins 14. Jahrhundert zurückreichten,
bot die Frottola, ofmals als mehrstimmiger
Gesang zur Laute, eine rafnierte Unterhal-
tung, die am Mantuaner Hof der Isabella d’Este
Gonzaga und an konkurrierenden Höfen in
Norditalien ebenso beliebt werden sollte wie in
römischen Kardinalspalästen und Kurtisanen-
häusern. Die musikalische Sprache der Frottola
bildete zu der Zeit forierende Diskurse wie den
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Te “Compendium Musicæ”
of René Descartes:
Early English Responses
Benjamin Wardhaugh (ed.)
approx. 320 p., 15 b/w ills., 210 x 270 mm, 2013, MT 2,
HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54898-2, approx. € 85
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
MUSICAL TREATISES
René Descartes’s Compendium musicæ was one
of the most widely-read texts on the math-
ematics of music in the second half of the sev-
enteenth century, ofering a succinct and lucid
summary of its subject. It was translated into
English, French and Dutch before the end of
the century — though its idiosyncratic geo-
metrical approach to music drew criticism as
well as praise — and its sophisticated math-
ematical thinking attracted a number of later
scholars to explore its ideas further in print or
manuscript. Tis volume presents for the frst
time critical editions of the English transla-
tion of the Compendium, published in 1653
VIVA V.E.R.D.I.:
Music fom the Risorgimento
to the Unifcation of Italy
Roberto Illiano (ed.)
approx. 550 p., 50 b/w ills., 210 x 270 mm, 2013,
SML 8, HB, ISBN 978-2-503-55018-3, approx. € 110
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
STUDIES ON ITALIAN MUSIC HISTORY

Te present book investigates the musical land-
scape of the Italian peninsula from the  Risor-
gimento to the formation of the unitary State,
focusing in particular on the relationship be-
tween music and national identity. Te editor’s
aim has been to examine a number of signif-
cant aspects of the topic, including: great musi-
cal fgures and popular music; Italian musical
institutions of the mid-nineteenth century,
and the relationship between artistic output
and the historical, political and social dynam-
ics which culminated in the unifcation of Italy.

Music and Francoism
Gemma Pérez Zalduondo,
Germán Gan Quesada (eds.)
approx. 700 p., 50 b/w ills., 210 x 270 mm, 2013, SMUS 21,
HB, ISBN 978-2-503-54899-9, approx. € 150
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
SPECULUM MUSICAE


Tis book brings together 22 essays by musi-
cologists of diferent nationalities and ofers
studies conducted within today’s most active
research lines within the feld of musicology.
Te contributions refer to the analysis of net-
works of relationships that musical activities
and phenomena had developed with the Fran-
co regime (1938-1975). Tese ofer approaches
to specifc genres (chamber music, instrumen-
tal and theatrical music, famenco, jazz, copla,
light music, and cinematic music) and to di-
verse repertories and creative musical languages
(nationalist, Neoclassical, and avant-garde)
without neglecting the study of the creation,
musical discourse, and its producers (compos-
ers, performers, and critics) within the domain
of public and private institutional frameworks.
Also, they investigate the musical policies that
formed part of the regime and involved reper-
tories, creators, and performers. In this regard,
the chapters that study music in the context of
international relations up to the end of the Sec-
ond World War stand out, as do those that in-
vestigate the impact that historical events such
as the Spanish Civil War. Others specifcally
examine musical infuences exerted beyond
the Spanish borders on foreign composers and
their contexts as well as on Spanish composers
in exile. Tis volume presents a critical syn-
thesis of the historiographic refection that to
date has dealt with the relations of music with
the Franco regime, together with an analysis
of the theoretic-artistic and identity-defning
speeches in force during early Francoism, with
an evaluation of their precedents.
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Music History
by the natural philosopher Walter Charleton,
and of the French translation by the mathema-
tician Nicole Poisson, published in 1668. Te
two translations are presented in parallel, with
introduction, critical apparatus and commen-
tary. Also included are the unpublished manu-
script treatises written by Nicolaus Mercator
and Isaac Newton in response to the Com-
pendium, and the printed remarks of William
Brouncker and Poisson. Tis rich collection of
texts, most of them appearing in critical edi-
tions for the frst time, provides a unique view
of the early reception of Descartes’s musical
treatise in England and France.
2 5
Science, philosophie et
théologie chez
Édouard Le Roy
La controverse autour de
« Quest-ce quun dogme ? »
(1905-1907)

Monique Foket
435 p., 6 ill. n/b, 156 x 234 mm, 2013, BRHE 97, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54984-2, approx. € 40
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
BIBLIOTHÈUE DE LA REVUE
DHISTOIRE ECCLÉSIASTIUE
Dans la revue française, La Quinzaine du 16
avril 1905, paraît un article dÉdouard Le Roy,
mathématicien et philosophe, intitulé Qu´est- ce
qu´un dogme ? Arguant des méthodes critiques
et des progrès de la science, les penseurs de son
temps rejettent la conception intellectuelle des
énoncés dogmatiques, qui tient pour secon-
daire leur sens pratique.
Catholique ardent et apologète, lauteur
cherche une façon de concilier les exigences
de la nouvelle rationalité avec la doctrine de
lÉglise. Il propose une manière de présenter la
foi chrétienne, et en particulier le dogme, qui
rende le christianisme accessible à la pensée
moderne éprise dimmanence. 
PHILOSOPHY
Monique Foket est professeure émérite de la
Faculté de théologie de l´Université catho-
lique de Louvain-la-Neuve. Son enseigne-
ment et ses publications portent sur l´histoire
de l´Église, la théologie spirituelle et la péda-
gogie religieuse.
Arcesilao di Pitane:
l’origine del Platonismo
neoaccademico
Analisi e fonti

Simone Vezzoli
approx. 200 p., 150 x 210 mm, 2013, PHR 1, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55029-9, approx. € 65
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PHILOSOPHY /
PHILOSOPHIE HELLÉNISTIUE ET
ROMAINE
Il presente studio, che prosegue lungo le co-
ordinate ora delineate, è interamente dedica-
to ad Arcesilao di Pitane (316/15 a.C., 244-
240 a.C.), scolarca dellAccademia platonica
a partire dal 268-264 a.C.; lobiettivo che si
propone è duplice: riconsiderare il pensiero
di Arcesilao nel contesto delle dispute con le
altre scuole, quella stoica su tutte (parte I, cap.
I), e valutare la possibilità di inscriverlo intera-
mente in un orizzonte platonico (parte I, cap.
II). Tale lavoro è accompagnato dalla raccolta
delle fonti concernenti il flosofo (parte II, sez.
I e sez. II), che non vuole essere né una vera
e propria edizione né un commentario siste-
matico, ma piuttosto un utile strumento per
completare e approfondire le analisi preceden-
temente svolte. Se cap. I ambisce a un rigore
storico-flosofco, lo stesso non accade a cap.
II, il cui carattere è maggiormente speculativo.
NEW SERIES
Tis series is meant for groundbreaking
work in two areas of ancient philosophy,
Hellenistic philosophy and Roman phi-
Selon Éd.  Le Roy, du point de vue théorique,
le dogme a une valeur négative  : il ferme des
voies erronées  ; du point de vue pratique,
il a un sens positif en tant quorientation
pour laction. Cette position sauve la liberté
intellectuelle si chère à ses contemporains. 
Lauteur demande aux théologiens ce quils
pensent de sa thèse et le directeur de La Quin-
zaine ouvre sa revue aux réactions des lecteurs.
Ce fut le point de départ de lune des contro-
verses les plus virulentes de la crise moderniste.
Cette étude historique  étudie les implications
philosophiques, théologiques et psycholo-
giques de ce débat.
Grasp and Dissent: Cicero
and Epicurean Philosophy
Stefano Maso
approx. 250 p., 150 x 210 mm, 2013, PHR 2, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55030-5
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
HELLENISTIC AND ROMAN PHILOSOPHY /
PHILOSOPHIE HELLÉNISTIUE ET
ROMAINE
Te present study centers on the distinctive
characteristics of Cicero’s philosophical train-
ing; for the frst time in a volume, the Roman
philosopher’s relationship with Epicurean phi-
losophy is accurately recreated. Not only does
Cicero exhibit his lofy philosophical prof-
ciency anchored in the Academic school, but
he also proves an excellent authority on Epicu-
rus’s proposed philosophy.
At the conclusion of the research, of course, Ci-
cero will prove to be a ferce opponent of Epi-
cureanism – an intelligent adversary, capable of
studiose dicere contra Epicurum: understand-
ing and criticizing, but also (and this is surely
quite important for us today) reiterating the
opposing party’s thought with great acumen.
Epicureanism accordingly played a pivotal role
in Cicero’s philosophical development within
the felds of physics, theology and ethics, para-
doxically proving useful both in the formula-
tion of a more skeptical and probabilistic phi-
losophy and in the individuation of a path open
to ἰσοσθένεια τῶν λόγων, but even more strongly
bound to Stoicism. Unyielding and dogmati-
cally binding, Epicurus’s doctrine endured
throughout this dramatic historical moment
situated at the end of the Roman Republic.
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losophy, that have received considerable
impetus in the last couple of decennia but
for which much important work remains
to be done. Te realization has taken root
that one cannot properly engage in Helle-
nistic philosophy without addressing Ro-
man philosophy and vice versa. But this
realization also requires that Roman phi-
losophy be taken seriously as a subject in
its own right, with its own methodologi-
cal approach, and not merely as a collec-
tion of sources for the strands of Helle-
nistic philosophy that it reßects on. An
investigation of both the distinctive traits
of Hellenistic and Roman philosophy
and their points of contact would consti-
tute a highly valuable research program.
Te series will accept work in English,
French, German, and Italian.
Series editors: Carlos Lévy & Gretchen
Reydams-Schils
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Phronêsis - Prudentia –
Klugheit
Das Wissen des Klugen in
Mittelalter, Renaissance und
Neuzeit - Il sapere del saggio nel
Medioevo, nel Rinascimento e
nell’età moderna
Alexander Fidora,
Andreas Niederberger,
Merio Scattola (Hg.)
Ca. 250 p., 165 x 240 mm, FIDEM, 2013, TEMA 68,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54989-7, Ca. € 59
Voraussichtliches Erscheinungsdatum Oktober 2013
TEXTES ET ÉTUDES DU MOYEN ÂGE


Klugheit, heute ofmals missverstanden als
Cleverness oder Gerissenheit, gehört bis in die
Frühe Neuzeit zu den Schlüsselbegrifen der
praktischen Philosophie.
Die in diesem Band versammelten Beiträge
untersuchen den Begrif der Klugheit in his-
torisch vergleichender Perspektive von seinen
Ursprüngen in der griechischen Antike über
die islamische Philosophie bis in das lateinische
Mittelalter, das eine systematisch komplexe
und stark diferenzierte Klugheitslehre entwi-
ckelt. Ein Ausblick auf frühneuzeitliche und
moderne Entwicklungen beleuchtet das weite-
re Geschick der Klugheit in der europäischen
Tradition und macht dabei auf Kontinuitäten
und Neuaufbrüche zwischen Mittelalter und
Früher Neuzeit aufmerksam.
QUAESTIO 12 (2012):
Intentionality and Reality
approx. 350 p., 170 x 240 mm, 2013, UAESTIO 12,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54355-0
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
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Associated Regional
Chronologies for
the Ancient Near
East and the Eastern Mediterranean.
History & Philology
Walther Sallaberger,
Ingo Schrakamp (eds.)
approx. 200 p., 210 x 295 mm, 2013, ARCANE 3, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-53494-7, approx. € 100
Publication date scheduled for November 2013
ARCANE

Te volume on “History and Philology” within
the ARCANE project is an up-to-date pre-
sentation of the data and problems connected
to the chronology of the third millennium
BC of Mesopotamia and adjacent regions.
logical problems and a regional history from
the Fara period to the end of the millennium
from leading experts: A. Archi and M.-G. Biga
on Ebla, K. De Graef on Susa, G. Marchesi
on early dynasties, F. Pomponio on Adab, I.
Schrakamp on historical geography, W. Som-
merfeld on the Akkadian period, H. Steible on
Fara, P. Steinkeller on the Gutian period.
Walther Sallaberger teaches Assyriology
(Akkadian and Sumerian) at the University
of München. He has published on the culture
and history of Mesopotamia, especially the
early periods.
Ingo Schrakamp is Assistant Professor, Insti-
tute of Ancient Near Eastern Languages and
Civilizations, at the Freie Universität Berlin.
His main research interests are devoted to the
Sumerian and Akkadian documentation of
third millennium Mesopotamia.
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As an introduction, Walther Sallaberger and
Ingo Schrakamp provide an overview of the
pertinent cuneiform sources and discuss the
reconstruction of a historical chronology. Fur-
thermore the book includes articles on chrono-
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Philosophy / Near Eastern & Oriental Studies
Intentionality and Reality: Jörg Alejandro
Tellkamp, Francisco Suárez on the Intention-
al Species – Giovanna D’Aniello, L’intentio
animi nella sintesi agostiniana di Cornelis
Barroso Fernández, Actualidad e intencio-
nalidad en Zubiri – Elisabetta Sacchi / Al-
berto Voltolini, To Tink Is to Literally Have
Something in One’s Tought – Stefania Scar-
dicchio, Te Metamorphosis of Reality. From
Royce to Goodman – Paolo Pecere, Natural-
izing Intentionality between Philosophy and
Brain Science. A Survey of Methodological
and Metaphysical Issues (1969-2011)
New Realism. A Debate: Maurizio Fer-
raris, Responses to «_uaestio» – Mario De
Caro, Realism and Naturalism – Costan-
tino Esposito, Truth without Certainty? An
Open Issue in New Realism – Matteo Mor-
ganti, New Realism and Scientiµc Realism
– Andrea Sereni, Mathematical Realism,
What’s New?
Varia: Bernd Goehring, Henry of Ghent
on Human Knowledge and Its Limits –
Marienza Benedetto, Da Atene a Baghdad
(e oltre). Ancora sul rapporto tra µlosoµa
araba ed eredità greca – Cronache Note
Recensioni
Jansen – Martin Lenz, Locke’s Teory of
Ideas and the Myth of the Given – Alain
de Libera, L’Ouverture ecossaise : Brentano
critique de Bain – Donatella Colantuono,
Conoscenza della realtà e realtà come cono-
scenza. Il punto di vista di Bernard Bolzano
– Laurent Cesalli / Hamid Taieb, Te Road
to « ideelle Verähnlichung ». Anton Marty’s
Conception of Intentionality in the Light of
its Brentanian Background – Mauro An-
tonelli, Toughts Concerning Anton Marty’s
Early Conception of Intentionality. Was He
Tinking What Brentano Was Tinking? –
Pierre-Jean Renaudie, Le réel et ses signes :
Brentano et Husserl sur l’engagement on-
tologique de l’intentionnalité – Carmine
Di Martino, Intenzionalità e realismo nella
fenomenologia husserliana – Wouter Goris,
Das historische Apriori bei Husserl und Fou-
cault – Zur philosophischen Relevanz eines
Leitbegrips der historischen Epistemologie –
Miguel García-Valdecasas, Wittgenstein on
Intentionality and Representation – Oscar
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Interpreting the Late
Neolithic of Upper
Mesopotamia
Olivier Nieuwenhuyse,
Peter Akkermans, Reinhard
Bernbeck, Jana Rogasch (eds.)
520 p., 365 b/w ills., 220 x 280 mm, 2013, PALMA 9,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54001-6, € 110
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
PAPERS ON ARCHAEOLOGY FROM
THE LEIDEN MUSEUM OF ANTIUITIES

Te times between the Neolithic and Urban
revolutions in Mesopotamia have for a long
time been interpreted as a period of stagnation.
Tis volume is part of an emerging discourse
that challenges such assumptions. Focussing
upon the northern parts of ancient Western
Asia, where most recent research has concen-
trated, an international group of researchers
demonstrates that Upper Mesopotamia under-
went complex historical changes that we just
begin to grasp fully. Te Late Neolithic was
a critical phase of the history of the ancient
Middle East. Authors investigate settlement
patterns, practices of painting pottery, distribu-
tions of various raw materials, the role of craf
industries, the emergence of seals and other
issues from a variety of theoretical and practi-
cal questions. Te book is a must-have for pre-
historians working in the Near East, and a rich
source of information for archaeologists work-
ing in other parts of the world.
“Tis  is an enormously impressive volume
that consigns to the waste bin any notion
that the Late Neolithic in Upper Meso-
potamia was an inconsequential period of
stagnant inactivity between the PPNB and
the Ubaid, between the origins of farming
and of urbanism. Rather, the period emerg-
es as diverse and complex, witnessing much
dynamism and challenging many accepted
assumptions. A hugely impressive compen-
dium of papers transforms our vision of
this time period. Te papers are lively and
diverse in terms of theory and perspective.
Some deal more with excavation results and
with microhistories, while others provide
Manichaean Texts in Syriac
First Editions, New Editions
and Studies
Nils Arne Pedersen,
John Møller Larsen (eds.)
252 p., 30 b/w ills., 210 x 297 mm, 2013, SYR 1, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55025-1, approx. € 100
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
CORPUS FONTIUM MANICHAEORUM :
SERIES SYRIACA
Tis is the frst major work devoted entirely to
the Aramaic-Syriac roots of Manichaeism con-
taining inter alia editiones principes of hitherto
unknown Syriac-Manichaean texts as well as
other editions, studies of the palaeography and
origin of the earliest specimens of Manichaean
script, interpretation of the texts in the context
of Enochic Jewish literature and early Syriac lit-
erature, an art-historical study of the Mani seal,
as well as photo plates of all the manuscripts
edited in the volume.
Review
synthetic accounts. ‘Interpreting the Late
Neolithic’ is a milestone in late prehistoric
research of Western Asia.” (Ian Hodder
Dunlevie Family Professor in the Depart-
ment of Anthropology of Stanford University,
Director of the Stanford Archaeology Center,
Stanford University)
Uygur Manichaean Texts:
Volume II: Liturgical Texts
Texts, Translations, Commentary
Larry Clark (ed.)
x + 367 p., 210 x 297 mm, 2013, TUR 2, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-55024-4, approx. € 120
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
CORPUS FONTIUM MANICHAEORUM :
SERIES TURCICA
Tose texts classifed as Liturgical, which are
included in the present volume, always have as
their framework or main theme some aspect
of the conduct of services, rituals, liturgies, or
worship, whether it be the act of Confession
of sins or a related ritual, or the performance
of Hymns of praise and Prayers of praise or
appeal by individuals or within congregations
engaged in private or public rituals. No sus-
tained attempt has been made to assign texts
to one or another known liturgy such as the
Bema fest for several reasons, including that
insufcient leaves survived of what appear
to have been service books (like the Iranian
“Prayer and Confession Book,” M801) that
would have provided a structure for support-
ing such judgments. Nonetheless, certain texts
retain some narrative portions of liturgies, in-
F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Near Eastern & Oriental Studies
cluding several texts connected with the ritual
of confession, one connected with the sacred
meal, and several other segments belonging to
unidentifed rituals. Because liturgical texts
written in Uygur were produced in the period
of Uygur sponsorship of the religion (approx-
imately from the middle of the 8
th
century
through the frst quarter of the 11
th
century),
they may in instances refect the participation
of real people in real time during that period
(e.g. those confessors whose names appear in
copies of the Xwāstwānīf). However, the li-
turgical content of such texts is fundamentally
religious and static, and does not incorporate
dedications or references to contemporary
secular or spiritual fgures or events (the latter
kinds of hymns, songs and appeals are edited
as Benedictions in the Ecclesiastical volume).
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Integration through
Subordination
Te Politics of Agricultural
Modernisation in Industrial Europe
Peter Moser, Tony Varley (eds.)
320 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, RURHE 8, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54529-5, € 72
Available
RURAL HISTORY IN EUROPE
Starting from the hypothesis that states were
crucial as agents of modernisation, this book
explores why, how and with what results Eu-
ropean states have striven to transform their
agricultural sectors in the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries. Modernising agriculture
has increasingly meant emulating the new or-
ganisational models of manufacturing industry.
But since agriculture continues to rely heav-
ily on living resources (plants and animals),
the results of modernising farming have ofen
difered signifcantly from the manufactur-
ing sector. Modernised agriculture, in other
words, is something quite diferent than simply
industrialised agriculture. Ranging from the
Peter Moser is director of the Archives of
Rural History in Bern. His research interests
centre on the interaction of industrial societies
with their agricultural sectors.
Tony Varley lectures in political science and
sociology at the National University of Ire-
land, Galway. His research interests centre
mainly on agrarian politics and rural social
movements.
Hierarchies in Rural
Settlements
Jan Klápště (ed.)
approx. 472 p., 210 x 297 mm, 2013, RURALIA 9, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54517-2, approx. € 90
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
RURALIA
Tis volume includes thirty papers dealing
with the various aspects of social and eco-
nomic hierarchy in the rural settlement in
medieval Europe mainly from archaeological
point of view. Te authors from 15 countries
provide a broad overview of the current is-
sues, complemented for the most part by
extensive bibliographies. Very important are
also the high quality fgures. Te main topics
include the diferentiation of rural social and
economic structure, refected, for example,
in the building culture and various aspects of
everyday life. Te topic of discussion is the
hierarchy of power and the many ways it is
presented in archaeology. Te focus is on the
manor houses and manorial farms, as well as
the grain mills in rural areas and the impact
of mining activity. Tis book represents one
of the current felds of European archaeologi-
cal research and ofers a solid foundation for
further comparative studies.
RURAL HISTORY
Iberian Peninsula to Hungary and from Greece
to England, the chapters of this book deal with
four principal questions: Why have state elites,
and their civil society allies chosen to modernise
agriculture? What have they understood by ag-
ricultural modernisation? What sort of power
resources have they taken as necessary for efec-
tive modernisation? And what were the conse-
quences of the pursuit of modernising policies
for the farming population and for agriculture?
CLASSICS
Deus Medicus
Actes du Colloque du 15-16 juin
2012 à lUCL consacré aux dieux
guérisseurs et organisé par le Centre
dHistoire des Religions Cardinal
Julien Ries
René Lebrun, Agnès Degrève (éd.)
approx. 250 p., 20 ill. n/b, 156 x 234 mm, 2013, HR 12,
PB, ISBN 978-2-503-54929-3, approx. € 65
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
HOMO RELIGIOSUS
Les contributeurs essentiellement belges et
ßançais sont des spécialistes des religions
de l´antiquité gréco-romaine, égyptienne et
proche-orientale.
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lointaine jusquau début de lère chrétienne.
Les régions concernées sont la Mésopotamie,
lEgypte, lAnatolie, le monde minoen, hellé-
nique, biblique et paléo-chrétien.
Dans le présent volume le lecteur prendra
connaissance des contributions importantes
de spécialistes belges et français présentées à
loccasion dun colloque organisé à lUniversité
catholique de Louvain les 15 et 16 juin 2012
par le Centre dHistoire des Religions Cardinal
Julien Ries; le thème se focalisait sur les dieux
guérisseurs dans lantiquité méditerranéenne.
Une mise au point savérait nécessaire en raison
des découvertes récentes. Laction de divinités
bienfaisantes, de leurs lieux de culte et de leur
impact sociologique est analysée, parfois dans
une solution de continuité depuis lantiquité
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F orthcoming T itles Autumn 2013 / Classics
Franz Cumont, Les mystères
de Mithra
Nicole Belayche, Attilio Mastrocinque,
Daniela Bonanno (éd.)
approx. xc + 258 p., 150 x 235 mm, 2013, BICUMA 3,
PB, ISBN 978-88-8419-910-1, approx. € 70
Publication prévue pour octobre 2013
BIBLIOTHECA CUMONTIANA
SCRIPTA MAIORA
Les Mystères de Mithra reproduisent les con-
clusions des Textes et Monuments µgurés relatifs
aux Mystères de Mithra (1894-1899), l’œuvre
magistrale dans laquelle Franz Cumont a
rassemblé le corpus entier des témoignages
mithriaques (textes, inscriptions, monnaies,
gemmes, reliefs). Dans ces conclusions – dont
est republiée ici la troisième édition parue à
Bruxelles en 1913 –, Cumont soutient la thèse
de la continuité entre les conceptions et rites
difusés par les mages mazdéens et le culte de
Mithra dans l’Empire romain. Cette nouvelle
édition est enrichie par une introduction his-
toriographique et par la publication d’un écrit
inédit, annoté par T. Mommsen, dans lequel
Cumont expose ses premières réfexions sur
la difusion du culte de Mithra en Occident.
Elle propose en outre les notes manuscrites
conservées dans l’exemplaire personnel de Cu-
mont des Textes et Monuments µgurés relatifs
aux Mystères de Mithra, déposé à l’Academia
Belgica de Rome. Elle ofre enfn un large
panorama sur plus d’un siècle d’études mithri-
aques.
Te Strange Death of
Pagan Rome
Refections on a Historiographical
Controversy
Carlo Santini, Rita Lizzi-Testa (eds.)
approx. 350 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, GIFBIB 16, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54942-2, approx. € 95
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
GIORNALE ITALIANO DI FILOLOGIA
BIBLIOTHECA
Addressing the problem of the relationship be-
tween pagans and Christians cannot be separat-
ed from assessing the nature of the relationship
that linked or divided the members of two very
diferent religions. Te model of confict has
been disseminated by the Hungarian scholar
András Alföldi, who in 1934 presented a Chris-
tian Constantine in irreconcilable confict with
a pagan Rome and later (most notably in 1958,
in a seminar conference at the Warburg Insti-
tute) consolidated the idea of a confictual
model in which the aristocracy of Rome, faced
with a tightening of measures against tradition-
al cults, realized a real “pagan revival”, to raise
against Teodosius I “the last pagan army of
the ancient world”. Tis model was subjected to
a massive critique by Alan Cameron (Te Last
Pagans of Rome, Oxford 2011), but was power-
fully restated by Stéphane Ratti (Polémique en-
tre païens et chrétiens. Histoire, Paris 2012). Te
debate, then, in the course of less than a year,
has gained new, efervescent relevance.
Tis volume, edited by Rita Lizzi Testa, col-
lects the refections of some twelve scholars on
the theme of the last pagans of Rome. It is not
A. Alföldi’s model that provides the dialectic
reference for their discussions, but rather, the
more insidious in its paradoxical nature, Alan
Cameron’s, since for the English scholar the
very existence of the last pagans of Rome must
be doubted: there could be no confict because
no pagans remained in Rome when Teodo-
sius issued laws against paganism, so that the
concept of confict is a pure historiographical
construction. In his monumental book (more
than 800 pages), he argues his position through
learned demonstrations and the review of a vast
amount of literary, archaeological, epigraphic
and even artistic documentation. Nevertheless,
much of this evidence can be read again from
very diferent perspectives, and this is what the
contributors of the volume try to do.
Sepulkrale Hofarchitekturen
im Hellenismus
Alexandria - Nea Paphos - Kyrene
Anika Greve
Ca. x + 595 p., 95 b/w ills., 20 b/w line art,
156 x 234 mm, 2013, CS 3, HB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54409-0, Ca. € 110
Voraussichtliches Erscheinungsdatum November 2013
CONTEXTUALIZING THE SACRED
NEW SERIES
Studies in this series examine sacred space
through its material and textual culture, us-
ing this as a lens to explore various aspects
of social, political and religious experience,
change and continuity. An open and explor-
atory approach to theoretical frameworks
and methods of analysis and explanation will
be one of its central aims and contributions.
Te timeframe and geographic area repre-
sented encompass a number of dinerent dis-
ciplines and area studies; archaeology, an-
cient history, Assyriology, classical archae-
ology, Egyptology, Near Eastern archaeolo-
gy and philology. By integrating studies of
textual, architectural, iconographic, and ar-
chaeological forms of evidence, Contextual-
izing the Sacred encourages interdisciplin-
ary research. Contemporary concern with
religious landscapes of the Middle East (and
increasingly of Europe) is driving increased
study of its ancient cultures and the religious
roots of Europe. Tis series is a stimulating
medium for this developing held.
Hofarchitekturen — Innenhöfe, Vorhöfe und
Höfe — im Kontext von Grabanlagen begeg-
nen uns im gesamten antiken Mittelmeerraum.
Solche Räume am Grab entstanden aus einem
bestimmten Bedürfnis heraus, welches sich aus
den Todes- und Jenseitsvorstellungen der jewei-
ligen Bevölkerung entwickelte. Sie wurden teil-
weise aufwendig gestaltet und es wurden unter-
schiedliche Ausstattungen wie etwa Wasser- oder
Opferinstallationen integriert, die eindeutig auf
eine regelmäßige Nutzung dieser Hofarchitektu-
ren deuten. Funde von sowohl kultspezifschen
Gegenständen als auch einfacher Gebrauchske-
ramik untermauern die Bedeutung solcher Inter-
aktionsräume. Ausgehend von drei ausgewählten
Gebieten - Alexandria in Ägypten, Nea Paphos
auf Zypern und Kyrene in Libyen - in denen in
hellenistischer Zeit sowohl die Architektur der
Gräber als auch die der Höfe stark divergierten,
wird der Architektur und Ausstattung sowie der
Funktion und Bedeutung so genannter sepulkra-
ler Hofarchitekturen nachgegangen. Neben einer
Einbettung der Grabanlagen in den Kontext der
Grabarchitektur des übrigen Mittelmeerraumes
dieser Zeit werden auch unterschiedliche Vor-
bilder aus dem städtischen Kontext sowie der
Funerallandschafen der Regionen untersucht.
Welche Vorstellungen von einer postmortalen
Existenz können in den ausgewählten Regionen
noch festgestellt werden und inwiefern können
in diesem Zusammenhang Handlungen im Hof
rekonstruiert werden? Ein ausführlicher Katalog
der insgesamt 136 erhaltenen Hofarchitekturen
der drei Gebiete schließt sich der Arbeit an.
NEW SERIES
Te series Giornale Italiano di Filolo-
gia - Bibliotheca collects studies that are
intended to discuss topics on literature,
exegesis and textual criticism. Te publi-
cation rhythm is of one volume per year.
Te series is a supplement to the schol-
arly journal Giornale Italiano di Filolo-
gia (GIF).
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Hortus Artium Medievalium
19, 2013:
Le monachisme insulaire du
IV
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à la fn du XI
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approx. 400 p., 235 x 305 mm, IRCLA, 2013,
HAM 19, PB, Ref. 04010190
Publication date scheduled for October 2013
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Les lettres romanes -
67.1-2 (2013):
Ritualité de la littérature
approx. 350 p., 156 x 234 mm, 2013, LLR 67.1-2, PB,
ISBN 978-2-503-54572-1
Publication prévue pour septembre 2013
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Direct online access to articles fom leading miscellany olumes in Medieval Studies
ARCHAEOLOGY
Ritualité de la littérature :
Myriam Watthee-Delmotte et Laurent
Déom, Introduction. Expérience littéraire et
MODERN LITERATURE
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Chr. Sapin, M. Jurković, S. Bully, Introducti-
on – S. Lebecq, L´insularité monastique dans
l´Europe du Nord-Ouest (VI
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siècles) –
T. O’Carragain, Te View ßom the Shore: Per-
ceiving Island Monasteries in Early Medieval
Ireland – A. Dubreucq, Le monachisme in-
sulaire armoricain d´après les textes hagiogra-
phiques – M. Riera Rullan, El monasterio de
la isla de Cabrera (islas Baleares. siglos V-VIII
d.c.). Testimonios arqueológicos de los monjes
reprobados por el papa Gregorio Magno –
Y. Codou, Aux origines du monachisme en
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epcacité rituelle – Simon Brunfaut, Expres-
sion de soi et création littéraire : le « rituel »
du vivant – Laurent Déom, Ritualité de
l´émerveillement – Véronique Cnockaert,
Lecture lévi-straussienne de Pot-Bouille
d´Émile Zola. Vers un imaginaire culturel (et
culinaire) de l´adultère – Jérémy Lambert,
Du rite dans la µction au rite de la µction.
Le Fils du roi de Michel Henry – Matthieu
Dubois, Ritualité de la plume et de l´épée :
la mise en jeu d´un « langage de Vie » –
Arlette Bouloumié, Un rituel d´évocation
des morts dans Tous les matins du monde
de Pascal Quignard – Stéphane Chaudier,
Désir de deuil et défaut du rite. La littérature
contemporaine face à la mort d´un proche –
Yannick Haenel, La Rayure. Notes sur le
sacré, la solitude, Georges Bataille et l´Italie
Varia : Margherita Lecco, I Jeux cavalle-
reschi del Tournoi de Chauvency tra rap-
presentazione e lirica cortese – Emmanuel
Picardi, Le dire-vrai d´Alceste – Beatrijs
Vanacker, La « µction à l´anglaise ». Au
sujet des stratégies préfacielles dans l´œuvre de
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M. A. Cau, C. Mas Florit, Tracing Settlement
Patterns in Late Antique Mallorca (Balearic
Islands): A Field Survey in the Eastern Territo-
ries – S. Gutierrez Lloret, J. Sarabia Bautista,
Te Episcopal Complex of Eio-el Tolmo de Mi-
nateda (Hellĺn, Albacete, Spain). Architec-
ture and Spatial Organization, 7
th
to 8
th
Cen-
turies AD – K. Filipec, Aquileian Missionary
Center in the Frankish Lower Pannonia at the
Turn of the Eighth into the Ninth Century –
J. Terrier, M. Jurković, I. Marić, Les sites de
l´ancienne église Sainte-Cécile et de l´agglomé-
ration médiévale de Guran en Istrie (Croatie) :
onzième campagne de fouilles archéologiques
– M. Čaušević-Bully, I. Marić, S. Bully, M.
Jurković, Le monastère Saint-Pierre D´Osor
(Île de Cres) : septième campagne d´études ar-
chéologiques – M. Blečić Kavur, Te Ampho-
ra ßom Osor – M. Mignozzi, Gli Slavi a Bari
nell´xi secolo: alcuni elementi di storia del co-
stume – F. Gutiérrez Baños, Un mural romá-
nico en la iglesia de san Mmillán de Segovia.
Transmigración de modelos textuales y de mo-
delos visuales en el arte medieval – E. Carre-
ro Santamaría, Cathedral and Liturgy in the
Middle Ages: Te Functional Deµnition of
Space and its Uses – B. Kavur, Heads Apart.
Te Invisible History of the Monastery of the
Serviti Order in Koper – N. Jakšić, Te Skull
Reliquaries of St Anselm and St Marcella, Pa-
tron Saints of Nin – M. L. Mezzacasa, Per un
corpus di croci astili tra Veneto e Trentino (se-
coli XIV-XV)
Comptes-Rendus
Chronique
Gaule (V
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s.) : les fouilles de l´église du
Saint-Sauveur, Lérins, île Saint-Honorat,
Alpes-Maritimes – D. Istria, Ph. Pergola,
Moines et monastères dans les îles des mers Li-
gure et Tyrrhénienne (Corse, Sardaigne, ar-
chipel toscan et archipel ligure) – R. Belcari,
Monachesimo insulare tirrenico. Fonti docu-
mentarie e attestazioni materiali a montecri-
sto e nelle altre isole dell´arcipelago toscano –
Ch. Gaillard, Étude archéologique de l´église
Saint-André (monastère de l´Île-Barbe, Lyon)
– S. Gioanni, Les « retraites insulaires »
en Dalmatie du IV
e
au XI
e
siècle. Idéal ascé-
tique, monastères et diplomatie pontiµcale –
N. Uroda, Beginnings of Monasticism on Cen-
tral Dalmatian Islands - Problems and Pers-
pectives – S. Gelichi, C. Moine, Peregrina-
zioni in sconµnati deserti - _uale archeolo-
gia per i monasteri della laguna veneziana?
– M. Agazzi, Monasteri veneziani: da Ca-
stello a Torcello al Lido – M. Čaušević-Bully,
S. Bully, Esquisse d´un paysage monastique in-
sulaire dans le nord de l´Adriatique: l´archi-
pel du Kvarner (Croatie) – M. Bradanović,
D. Ciković, Te Church of St Lawrence Out-
side the Town Walls of Krk – J. Ćus-Ruko-
nić, Ipotesi sull´ubicazione dei monasteri pa-
leocristiani e altomedioevali nell´insenatura
di Cherso – M. Jurković, Les monastères du
Kvarner au XI
e
siecle – N. Reveyron, Un ba-
teau pour une île. Réµexions sur la métaphore
de l´Arche de Noé dans la Vita sancti Hugo-
nis abbatis de Gilon – E. Cirelli, La dieta dei
monaci. Cultura materiale e alimentazione
nei monasteri benedettini tra IX e X secolo –
G. P. Brogiolo, Conclusion 
deux romancières ßançaises du XVIII
e
siècle
– Sarah Sindaco, De l´écrivain qui s´engage
à l´écrivain qui se souvient. Ou la littérature
ßançaise face à l´Histoire au tournant des
années 1960
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