4 edition of Medieval Spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe found in the catalog.
by Univ Pr of Southern Denmark
Written in English
|Contributions||Tore Nyberg (Editor), Carsten Selch Jensen (Editor), Kurt Villad Jensen (Editor), John Lind (Editor), Lars Bisgaard (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||350|
Medieval Scandinavia. 2 years ago. This book, though not exactly what I was looking for was a very interesting look into the period it covers, and in defiantly a great read for anyone interested in Scandinavian history. Media Size: MB. DOWNLOAD PDF. the state of affairs. T hey don’t look very Christian—those strange faces made of leaves, and those women displaying cartoonishly enlarged genitals on the walls of medieval churches. Most people who have explored the medieval architecture of Western Europe have heard a tour guide explain that a particular carving or decorative feature is a pagan image obtruding itself subversively in a Christian sacred space.
The Bodleian suspect that the print was used as spiritual protection for the coffer’s content. Overall, the woodcut was incredibly rare. Not only was it found in its original context and dated to Europe’s earliest attempts at printing, but only four of its type . Delve into the rich tradition of the medieval church with over 40 volumes of works by men and women whose spiritual legacies benefit Christians today. Dialogue with Catherine of Siena, study with the early Dominicans, and reflect on the nature of God with Bernard of Clairvaux. The Classics of Medieval Spirituality collection—which incorporates a wide diversity of theological perspectives.
The traditional tales of the Vikings’ conversion to Christianity are sleek dramas full of zealous missionary saints, kings, and clerics who Christianize entire populations in a few heroic actions that are hardly short of miracles. As is the case with most medieval hagiography (a genre focused on recounting the lives of saints and other holy Continue reading The Vikings’ Conversion to. Royal Families of Medieval Scandinavia, Flanders, and Kiev book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Not enough attention has been paid by lineage compilers to the kingdoms of northern Europe, though the Scandinavian countries have some of the most ancient monarchies still in existence — even when the putative /5(1).
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Medieval spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe. Odense: Odense University Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Tore Nyberg; Tore S Nyberg; Tore Nyberg: Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /.
medieval spirituality in scandinavia and europe. a collection of essays in honour of tore nyberg. odense: odense university press XVI, p. Users. Bisgaard, Lars. Medieval spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe: a collection of essays in honour of Tore Nyberg (Odense: Odense University Press, ).
"medieval spirituality in scandinavia and europe. a collection of essays in honour of tore nyberg. Medieval Spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe book odense university press XVI, p." published on by De Gruyter.
The studies in the present selection of Giles Constable's work concentrate on culture and spirituality in the 11th and 12th centuries, though they also touch on the early and late Middle Ages. The cultural articles are concerned respectively with perceptions of time and the past, forgery (seen as a reflection of social and religious concerns.
Culture and Spirituality in Medieval Europe Giles Constable Farnham, Ashgate,ISBN: ; pp.;Price: £ This book investigates the nature of intellectual activity in the Middle Ages from the perspective of medieval Scandinavia by discussing how a multimodal and multilingual Scandinavian culture emerged through the dynamic interchange of foreign and.
The book’s ten chapters explore the role of monasteries in maintaining political and cultural borders, in breaking and sustaining linguistic boundaries in late medieval Europe, as well as in building and stabilizing Latin Christian cultural identities on the northern and southern frontiers of Europe.
This volume examines the various forms of contact between Scandinavia and the rest of Europe from to It consists of twenty-five papers from international scholars specialising in archaeology, onomastics, literature, art history, epigraphy, religious history and linguistics.
The study of Scandinavia has been, and still is, deeply influenced by the interpretation of its earliest history that was developed in the 19th century by political, legal, and literary historians, archaeologists, and anthropologists. Scandinavia figured prominently in discussions of early medieval Europe, not only as the homeland of the Vikings, but also as the region in which Germanic.
(PDF) The Russian Testament of King Magnus Eriksson - a Hagiographic Text. in Lars Bisgaard, Carsten Selch Jensen, Kurt Villads Jensen and John Lind (eds.), Medieval Spirituality in Scandinavia and Europe A Collection of Essays in Honour of Tore Nyberg, Odense| John H Lind.
Between the tenth and the twelfth centuries new Christian monarchies were established throughout northern and central Europe. By the year Scandinavia was divided between the kingdoms of Denmark, Norway and Sweden, still today features of the political map of Europe, while in central Europe the Magyars, the pagan nomadic raiders of the tenth century, now ruled a large Christian.
The regional cuisines of medieval Europe were the results of differences in climate, seasonal food variations, political administration and religious customs that varied across the continent. Though sweeping generalizations should be avoided, more or less distinct areas where certain foodstuffs dominated can be discerned.
In the British Isles, northern France, the Low Countries, the northern. The great fantasy sequence of the 21st century, Martin’s series is rooted in a world that is largely that of medieval Europe and Asia, with added dragons, giants, supernatural ice monsters and.
Description: This is the first one-volume survey in English of religion and devotion in Europe between and Intended primarily as a student textbook, it provides essential background for a proper appreciation of medieval Western society. In this book you will find: Fascinating legends and facts about the early Scandinavian monarchs and their families 35 genealogical charts featuring medieval royal families Some material never before published in English How Christianity came to Scandinavia and Kiev How the Scandinavian monarchs were related to Karl the Great (Charlemagne) and Reviews: 6.
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From emperors and queens to artists and world travelers, from popes and scholars to saints and heretics, Key Figures in Medieval Europe brings together in one volume the most important people who lived in medieval Europe between and Gathered from the biographical entries from the on-going series, the Routledge Encyclopedias of the Middle Ages, these A-Z biographical 1/5(1).
Although the main thesis of this book deals with the conversion of Scandinavia from paganism to Christianity around AD, the author spends much of the book providing background on the Viking Age.
Nevertheless, his summary of the history Viking Age which serves as background is well written and easy to s: 9. In Northern Europe/Scandinavia, for example, by all available evidence Vita Krist was marketed as a warrior god far more mighty than Thor and Odin combined.
He was an elite god for the Kings, nobles, and Chieftains, and it was the upper echelons of society that adopted this religion, because it was crafted in such a way that it helped them."Friendship, Love, and Brotherhood in Medieval Northern Europe, c.
" published on 15 May by Brill.Lived Religion and Gender covers a wide geographical area in western Europe including Italy, Scandinavia, and Finland, making this study an invaluable resource for scholars and students concerned with the history of religion, the history of gender, the history of the family, as well as medieval and early modern European history.