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Jesus on a Jackass

Max Harris

Max Harris is the author of five previous books, including Sacred Folly: A New History of the Feast of Fools (2011) which won the Otto Grundler prize. He has served as Executive Director of the Wisconsin Humanities Council and has taught at Yale University and the University of Virginia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Christ on a Donkey — Palm Sunday, Triumphal Entries, and Blasphemous Pageants

Arc Humanities Press, 2019

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...This book might logically (and chronologically) have begun with a close reading of the biblical story of Christ’s entry into Jerusalem, paying careful attention to the underlying Greek and Hebrew texts. Recognizing that some readers might...

Thomasine Metamorphosis: Community, Text and Transmission from Greek to Coptic

David W. Kim

David W. Kim (PhD, Sydney) is a visiting research fellow at New College, University of Edinburgh, UK. His research includes Nag Hammadi Literature, Coptic Gnostic Studies, NT, Dead Sea Scrolls, early Christianity, Contemporary Christianity, and Asian Religions. He has written The Community Rules of Thomas in the ‘Fifth Gospel’, Revival Awaken Generations, The Wind-Blowing Desert: Thomasine Scholarship, Women in the Qumran Community, How Korean Christians in Diaspora Read the Hebrew Canon?, and Mary and Her Public Actions in Thomas. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Intercultural Transmission in the Medieval Mediterranean

Continuum, 2012

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...The Thomas people were initially a branch of the Jesus movement, composed under the individual leadership of Thomas, based on his own revelation and belief. If this is so, some questions should be considered, such as: What was the social...

Regnant Queenship and Royal Marriage Between the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Nobility of Western Europe

Hayley Bassett

Hayley Bassett is a postgraduate student of medieval history at Cardiff University. Her research interests include Anglo- Norman politics and diplomacy, particularly royal succession, regnant queenship, and gender authority. More specifically, her current work examines inter-dynastic marriage alliances as a tool of diplomacy in the twelfth century. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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A Companion to Global Queenship

Arc Humanities Press, 2018

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...ON AUGUST 21, 1131, Baldwin II, king of Jerusalem and veteran of the First Crusade, died in Jerusalem. His crown passed jointly to his eldest daughter Melisende, her husband Fulk (formerly the count of Anjou), and their infant son, Baldwin...

Salah Al-Din And The Christians Of Islamic Jerusalem

Maher Y. Abu-Munshar

Maher Y. Abu-Munshar is a lecturer at Al-Maktoum Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies, University of Aberdeen, UK. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Islamic Jerusalem And Its Christians : A History of Tolerance and Tensions

I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, 2007

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...After his success in uniting Muslims under his leadership and in his administrative reforms, Salah al-Din and his army proceeded towards Islamic Jerusalem. This chapter discusses the steps he took in liberating the city and offers...

Expressing New Rule: Seals from Early Islamic Egypt and Syria, 600–800 CE

Petra M. Sijpesteijn

Petra M. Sijpesteijn is professor of Arabic at Leiden University and director of the Leiden University Centre for the Study of Islam and Society. Her research concentrates on recovering the experiences of Muslims and non-Muslims living under Islamic rule, using the vast stores of radically underused documents surviving from the early Islamic world. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Seals—Making and Marking Connections Across the Medieval World

Arc Humanities Press, 2018

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...This article explores the usage, imagery, and linguistic expressions found on seals produced in the early Muslim empire and reveals how these developed from the seventh century to the ninth. Comparing Islamic and pre-Islamic samples exposes...

The Fatimid Holy City: Rebuilding Jerusalem in the Eleventh Century

Jennifer Pruitt

Jennifer Pruitt is an assistant professor in Islamic Art History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her research investigates art and architecture in the medieval Islamic world; the role of the caliphate and sectarian identity in architectural production; the status of Christian art in medieval Islam; and cross-cultural exchange in the medieval world. She is completing her book manuscript, Building the Caliphate: Construction, Destruction, and Sectarian Identity in Fatimid Architecture (909-1031). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Re-Assessing the Global turn in Medieval Art History : The Medieval Globe

Arc Humanities Press, 2018

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...This essay explores the architectural history of Jerusalem in the Abbasid (751-970) and Fatimid (970-1036) periods. Compared to the time of the Umayyads (661-750), Abbasid-era Jerusalem was characterized by a caliphal disinterest...

Kings Dead or Alive

Max Harris

Max Harris is the author of five previous books, including Sacred Folly: A New History of the Feast of Fools (2011) which won the Otto Grundler prize. He has served as Executive Director of the Wisconsin Humanities Council and has taught at Yale University and the University of Virginia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Christ on a Donkey — Palm Sunday, Triumphal Entries, and Blasphemous Pageants

Arc Humanities Press, 2019

Book chapter

...Any inquiry into how far Charlemagne’s innovation shaped his successors’ roles in triumphal entries and Palm Sunday processions over the next 350 years is hampered both by the sketchy nature of the contemporary records and the tendency...

The Land of Israel

Rodrigo Laham Cohen

Rodrigo Laham Cohen is a Professor at the University of Buenos Aires and at the National University of San Martín, and a Researcher in the Argentinian National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET). His PhD focused on Jewish Communities in the period of Gregory the Great. He has published widely on Christian Anti-Judaism and Jewish Anti-Christianity in Late Antiquity. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Jews in Late Antiquity

Arc Humanities Press, 2018

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...It is impossible to summarize the history of the Jews in the Land of Israel during late antiquity in a few pages, but we can present an overview. However, first it is necessary to lay out the most important events of the period.After...

Palms of Victory

Max Harris

Max Harris is the author of five previous books, including Sacred Folly: A New History of the Feast of Fools (2011) which won the Otto Grundler prize. He has served as Executive Director of the Wisconsin Humanities Council and has taught at Yale University and the University of Virginia. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Christ on a Donkey — Palm Sunday, Triumphal Entries, and Blasphemous Pageants

Arc Humanities Press, 2019

Book chapter

...According to the Ordo of Beroldus, a twelfth-century ordinal from Milan, the city’s annual Palm Sunday worship began in the Basilica of San Lorenzo with the chanting of “Magnum salutis gaudium” (Great joy of salvation). Magistretti...

The Impact of Christianity: A Quantitative Approach

Ian Wood

Ian Wood, Emeritus Prof. (Univ. of Leeds), has authored over 200 articles on the post-Roman West and the recent monograph: The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Transformation of the Roman West

Arc Humanities Press, 2018

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...Gibbon’s other observations on the role of religion in the fall of Rome require rather more attention. They can largely be regrouped into a slightly different formulation. The establishment of the Church had vast logistical implications...