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..."Sermones Gilberti super Cantica canticorum" has separate signatures and special index. Imprint from colophon at end of 2nd pt. (leaf L7). Signatures: pi¹⁰ a⁸ b-d⁶ e⁸ f⁶ g⁸ h-r⁶ s⁸ [et]⁴ A⁸ B-I⁶ K-L⁸ (leaves s8 and L8 blank). Capital spaces...

Introduction

Burnam W. Reynolds

Burnam W. Reynolds is Professor of History at Asbury University, USA. He has written many journal articles and scholarly papers and is the author of Columbanus: Light on the Early Middle Ages (2011). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Prehistory of the Crusades : Missionary War and the Baltic Crusades

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...The Carolingian Empire after the Conquest of Saxony. The Baltic at the time of the Wendish Crusade, 1147. The Baltic lands and peoples during the Crusade era. The Crusades...

Their Understanding of the Middle Ages

Paul B. Sturtevant

Paul B. Sturtevant is an audience research specialist at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. He completed his PhD at the Institute for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds. He is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief of the very popular collaborative history web-magazine ‘The Public Medievalist’ (http://www.publicmedievalist.com/). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Middle Ages in Popular Imagination : Memory, Film and Medievalism

I.B.Tauris, 2018

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...We do not see things as they are, we see things as we are.Anaïs Nin, Seduction of the Minotaur (London: A. Swallow, 1961), p. 124.This chapter explores the ideas about the Middle Ages voiced by the Middle Ages in Popular Imagination study...

A peculiar institution

Burnam W. Reynolds

Burnam W. Reynolds is Professor of History at Asbury University, USA. He has written many journal articles and scholarly papers and is the author of Columbanus: Light on the Early Middle Ages (2011). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Prehistory of the Crusades : Missionary War and the Baltic Crusades

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...When the meeting concluded on a day in March 1147 at the Church of the Savior, which was perched on a low island on the river at Frankfurt, the leaders of the expedition, later sources briefly note, felt it advisable that one-third...

Tolerance for the Armies of Antichrist: life on the frontiers of twelfth-century Outremer

Jay Rubenstein

Jay Rubenstein, University of Tennessee Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Papacy, Crusade, and Christian–Muslim Relations

Amsterdam University Press, 2018

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...The ethos of holy war in the First Crusade depended in part on a rejection of Islam as a false religion inspired by Satan and connected to the eventual advent of Antichrist. For some European observers, eastern forms of Christianity were...

Innocent III and the Beginning of the Fourth Crusade

Edward Peters

Edward Peters, University of Pennsylvania (Emeritus) Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Papacy, Crusade, and Christian–Muslim Relations

Amsterdam University Press, 2018

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...This essay is an expanded version of a paper delivered at a memorial session for Jim Powell at the International Medieval Congress at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, in May, 2012. I am grateful to Jessalynn Bird and Alfred J. Andrea...

A History of Byzantinophobia

Anthony Kaldellis

Anthony Kaldellis (Professor and Chair of Classics at the Ohio State University) has published many books on various aspects of Byzantine history, culture, and literature. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Byzantium Unbound : Modernity, Imperial Bureaucracy and Islam

Arc Humanities Press, 2019

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...What things are called is incomparably more important than what they are. The reputation, name, and appearance, the usual measure and weight of a thing, what it counts for—originally almost always wrong and arbitrary, thrown over things...

Normans in the Mediterranean: The Hauteville Clan and Others

Leonie V. Hicks

Leonie V. Hicks is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at Canterbury Christ Church University. She is the author of Religious Life in Normandy, 1050-1300 (2007). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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A Short History of the Normans

I.B. Tauris, 2016

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...Writing in the 1080s, Amatus of Montecassino recorded that Normans began to migrate from Normandy to other parts of the world at the beginning of the eleventh century:Abandoning little in order to acquire much, these people departed...

Conclusion

André Muceniecks

André Muceniecks is a Professor of Church History at the Baptist Faculty of Sao Paulo and a resarch fellow at the State University of Campinas. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Saxo Grammaticus : Hierocratical Conceptions and Danish Hegemony in the Thirteenth Century

Arc Humanities Press, 2017

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...In This Book the Gesta Danorum was studied in an approach that is almost structuralist, although heavily grounded in Saxo’s text. Instead of reading histext at face value or picking mythological motifs and comparing it with other...

Eugenius III and the Northern Crusade

Iben Fonnesberg-Schmidt

Iben Fonnesberg-Schmidt, Aalborg University, Denmark Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Pope Eugenius III (1145–1153) : The First Cistercian Pope

Amsterdam University Press, 2018

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...The Second Crusade, of which the Wendish Crusade against the pagan Slavs formed a vital part, was envisioned as a three-pronged attack on the enemies of Christendom. In his letter, Divini dispensatione, Eugenius acknowledged the redemptive...