Demons: mediators between this world and the other : essays on demonic beings from the Middle Ages to the present
This volume presents a chronological series of essays on various demonic traits and traditions handed down from classical antiquity, reinterpreted and systematized in the Middle Ages in Europe, and extending their influences to our present day and culture
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The Iconography of Demons in German
Sibyls in Medieval Literature
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adventures Alexander animal Antoine appears Attila Bayerische belief Beloved Berlin Bilwis Bisclavret Bletz Christian concept contemporary context court courtly culture Cundrie cynocephali dead death demonic creatures demonology depicted deutsche deutschen devil Diemeringen dogheads Dracula Duke elements encounters engraving epic evil fear fictional fifteenth century figure Florence Florentine Folz fourteenth century function Gawain geography German ghost Girolamo Savonarola Green Knight Gruyter Hell Henry the Lion Herzog Ernst human Huns Ibid iconographic iles Lipari illustrations Iwein Jewish Jews Johann Katalog Kretzenbacher Landesbibliothek legends Lipari literary living London Mandeville Mandeville's manuscript Marie de France Middle Ages Mittelalters monsters motif Munich narrative Norbert H novel Paracelsus Parzival Petzoldt Reine Sibylle representation revenant romance sailor Sale Sale's scene Sethe Sethe's Sibilla Sibyl Sibylline spirits story Stuttgart supernatural symbol tradition Ulrich University vampire Walther werewolf wild Wild Hunt Wolfram von Eschenbach xylography