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The Cathedral of Bourges: A Witness to Judeo-Christian Dialogue in Medieval Berry

The Cathedral of Bourges: A Witness to Judeo-Christian Dialogue in Medieval BerryMargaret Jennings (Boston College)Studies in Christian-Jewish Relations, Volume 6 (2011): Jennings CP1-10AbstractBegun in 1195, just one year after Chartres, and essentially finished thirty-seven years later, the high Gothic Cathedral of Saint Stephen at Bourges en Berry rose at an auspicious time for Jewish-Christian relations.
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Angulus et Christus in the Five‐fold Division and Unification of the World and Nature in Eriugena and Maximus the Confessor

Angulus et Christus in the Five‐fold Division and Unification of the World and Nature in Eriugena and Maximus the ConfessorKim, JaehyunMedieval English Studies, vol. 10 (2002) No. 2AbstractIncreasingly in Eriugenian studies, it is necessary to revisit the question of how we locate Eriugena within the wider context of the ninth‐century Caroline synthesis in theology.
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Notes on a private library in fourth/tenth-century Baghdad

Notes on a private library in fourth/tenth-century BaghdadLetizia Osti (UNIVERSITÀ DEGLI STUDI DI MILANO)Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies 12 (2012)AbstractThe importance of bibliophilia and its by-product—the library—for medieval Arabic culture is well documented in the sources and has been studied by scholars since the 1800s.
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Violence Against Women in Medieval Martyr Legends

Violence Against Women in Medieval Martyr LegendsBy María Beatriz Hernández PérezPaper given at the 8th Global Conference: Violence and the Contexts of Hostility (2009)Introduction: Among the records expressing medieval attitudes on violence, those provided by hagiography may offer specific and enriching insights.
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Christopher Columbus’ flagship may have been found

An underwater archaeological search may have discovered the Santa Maria, the flagship of Christopher Columbus when he sailed across the Atlantic reaching the New World in 1492.Barry Clifford, an American archaeological explorer, announced today that his team have come across the remains of a ship off of Haiti’s northern coast.
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