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    • Kalmthout, van; Réthelyi, Orsolya; Sleiderink, Remco (2013)
      The research project Beatrijs Internationaal brought together about a hundred literary translators and researchers in the field of historical and modern Dutch literature, translation studies and related disciplines, from ...
    • Debenedetti, Ana; Elam, Caroline (2019)
      The recent exhibitions dedicated to Botticelli around the world show, more than ever, the significant and continued debate about the artist. Botticelli Past and Present engages with this debate. The book comprises four ...
    • Macknight, Campbell; Paeni, Mukhlis; Hadrawi, Muhlis (2020)
      "The Bugis Chronicle of Bone is a masterwork in the historiographical tradition of South Sulawesi in Indonesia. Written in the late seventeenth century for a very specific political purpose, it describes the steady growth ...
    • Soens, Tim (2009)
      The Spade in de Dijk is the first synthesis on the organisation of water management in Coastal Flanders during the later Middle Ages. Based on the unique archival evidence produced by local water boards (wateringen), large ...
    • Svec Goetschi, Milena (2015)
      Religious sometimes broke their vows and returned illegally to the society of the late Middle Ages. The study deals with the most radical violation of the monastic way of life, the escape from the monastery and the apostasy ...
    • Wikström af Edholm, Klas; Jackson Rova, Peter; Nordberg, Andreas; Sundqvist, Olof; Zachrisson, Torun (2019)
      "The authors of the present volume, Myth, Materiality, and Lived Religion, focus on the material dimension of Old Norse mythology and the role played by myths in everyday life. More broadly expressed, the collection looks ...
    • Wirth, Jean (2015)
      The only document we have by a 13th-century architect, the Album of Villard de Honnecourt has been the subject of writings by art and architectural historians since the 19th century and has been considered the work of an ...