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The Benedictines in the Middle Ages

James G. Clark - History - 2011 - 374 pages
A comprehensive survey of the origins, development, and influence of the most important monastic order in the middle ages.
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Reading the Ovidian Heroine: "Metamorphoses" Commentaries 1100-1618

Kathryn L. McKinley - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 187 pages
This study investigates the reception of Ovidian heroines in "Metamorphoses" commentaries written between 1100 and 1618 on the Continent in England. Medieval and early modern ...
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The Art and Architecture of English Benedictine Monasteries, 1300 ..., Volume 25

Julian M. Luxford - Architecture - 2005 - 281 pages
Oxbow says: Subtitled `A Patronage History', this book examines the commissioning and financing of works of art and architecture in the Benedictine monasteries and nunneries of ...
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The Religious Orders in Pre-Reformation England

James G. Clark - History - 2002 - 250 pages
Essays provide evidence for the vigour and involvement of religious orders in the years immediately prior to the reformation.
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A Monastic Renaissance at St Albans: Thomas Walsingham and His Circle C.1350 ...

James G. Clark - History - 2004 - 316 pages
A Monastic Renaissance at St Albans is a study of intellectual life at the abbey of St Albans - one of Britain's greatest Benedictine monasteries - during the lifetime of ...
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Gower's Vulgar Tongue: Ovid, Lay Religion, and English Poetry in the ...

T. Matthew N. McCabe - Literary Collections - 2011 - 258 pages
Why did Gower choose to write his most famous poem in English? New insights into his purpose and the context and tradition of the poem are presented here.
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Representations of the Feminine in the Middle Ages

Bonnie Wheeler - Literary Collections - 1993 - 355 pages
The essays in this volume have a common theme and preoccupation: an intention to present medieval women - in life, literature, hagiography and art - as they thought of ...
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