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Dictionary Catalog of the Research Libraries of the New York Public Library, 1911-1971
Author: New York Public Library. Research Libraries
Year: 1979
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Katalog over dansk og norsk litteratur
Year: 1933
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Dansk bogfortegnelse
Year: 1911
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Sveriges Offentliga Bibliotek. Accessions-katalog
Year: 1908
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Universitets-bibliothekets aarbog
Author: Universitetsbiblioteket i Oslo
Year: 1906
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Svenskt pressregister
Year: 1998
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Den store monsterkatalog
Author: Svend Dahl
Year: 1965
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Kraks blaa bog
Year: 1956
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Denmark and the Crusades, 1400-1650
Author: Janus Møller Jensen
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9047419847
Pages: 420
Year: 2007-04-24
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This ground-breaking study of the role of crusading in late-medieval and early modern Denmark argues that crusading had a tremendous impact on political and religious life in Scandinavia all through the Middle Ages, which continued long after the Reformation ostensibly should have put an end to its viability within Protestant Denmark.
The Medieval Gospel of Nicodemus
Author: Zbigniew S Izydorczyk
Publisher: Andesite Press
ISBN: 1298830257
Pages: 596
Year: 2015-08-13
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Court Cultures in the Muslim World
Author: Albrecht Fuess, Jan-Peter Hartung
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1136917802
Pages: 512
Year: 2014-06-03
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Courts and the complex phenomenon of the courtly society have received intensified interest in academic research over recent decades, however, the field of Islamic court culture has so far been overlooked. This book provides a comparative perspective on the history of courtly culture in Muslim societies from the earliest times to the nineteenth century, and presents an extensive collection of images of courtly life and architecture within the Muslim realm. The thematic methodology employed by the contributors underlines their interdisciplinary and comprehensive approach to issues of politics and patronage from across the Islamic world stretching from Cordoba to India. Themes range from the religious legitimacy of Muslim rulers, terminologies for court culture in Oriental languages, Muslim concepts of space for royal representation, accessibility of rulers, the role of royal patronage for Muslim scholars and artists to the growing influence of European courts as role models from the eighteenth century onwards. Discussing specific terminologies for courts in Oriental languages and explaining them to the non specialist, chapters describe the specific features of Muslim courts and point towards future research areas. As such, it fills this important gap in the existing literature in the areas of Islamic history, religion, and Islam in particular.
Words and Matter
Author: Jonas Carlquist, Virginia Langum
ISBN: 9188568644
Pages: 253
Year: 2015
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Last Things
Author: Caroline Walker Bynum, Paul Freedman
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press
ISBN: 0812208455
Pages: 376
Year: 2012-10-19
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When the medievals spoke of "last things" they were sometimes referring to events, such as the millennium or the appearance of the Antichrist, that would come to all of humanity or at the end of time. But they also meant the last things that would come to each individual separately—not just the place, Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory, to which their souls would go but also the accounting, the calling to reckoning, that would come at the end of life. At different periods in the Middle Ages one or the other of these sorts of "last things" tended to be dominant, but both coexisted throughout. In Last Things, Caroline Walker Bynum and Paul Freedman bring together eleven essays that focus on the competing eschatologies of the Middle Ages and on the ways in which they expose different sensibilities, different theories of the human person, and very different understandings of the body, of time, of the end. Exploring such themes as the significance of dying and the afterlife, apocalyptic time, and the eschatological imagination, each essay in the volume enriches our understanding of the eschatological awarenesses of the European Middle Ages.

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