Viator: Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Volume 9 (1978)

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Univ of California Press, Nov 15, 2023 - History - 432 pages
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This title is part of UC Press's Voices Revived program, which commemorates University of California Press’s mission to seek out and cultivate the brightest minds and give them voice, reach, and impact. Drawing on a backlist dating to 1893, Voices Revived
 

Contents

AN ICONOGRAPHIC EXPLANATION OF THE WANDERER LINES 81b82a
THE FORMATION OF THE SALZBURG MINISTERIALAGE IN THE TENTH
POPE GREGORY VII AND EPISCOPAL AUTHORITY
THE EARLY ARS DICTAMINIS AS RESPONSE TO A CHANGING SOCIETY
THE FOUNDATION OF THE CONFRATERNITY OF TARRAGONA BY ARCHBISHOP
A TWELFTHCENTURY CONCEPT OF THE NATURAL ORDER by Richard C Dales
THE PERFORMING SELF IN TWELFTHCENTURY CULTURE by Martin Stevens
THE INDIAN TRADITION IN WESTERN MEDIEVAL INTELLECTUAL HISTORY
NEW LIGHT ON THE TRANSMISSION OF DONATUSS COMMENTUM TERENTII
NARRATIVE ANOMALIES IN LA CHANÇUN DE WILLAME by John D Niles
CORPORATE AUTONOMY AGAINST PAPAL
ARISTOTLE AND THE FRENCH MONARCHY 12601303 by Thomas Renna
RELIGIOUS CAREERS AND RELIGIOUS DEVOTION IN THIRTEENTHCENTURY
SOME NOTES ON THOMAS USKS
CONTRIBUTIONS OF FOREIGNERS TO DUBROVNIKS ECONOMIC GROWTH IN
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