Titel: Church, State, Vellum, and Stone: Essays on Medieval Spain in Honor of John Williams
Herausgegeben von Therese Martin, Julie Harris
BRILL ACADEMIC PUB
Oktober 2005 - gebunden - 574 Seiten
The essays in this volume, written in honor of retired scholar John Williams, treat a variety of topics pertaining to Medieval Spain; providing an interdisciplinary, international, and intergenerational view of current work in the field.
Acknowledgements, Introduction CHURCH AND STATE Early Hispanic Churches: When Did the Number of Altars Begin to Increase?:Achim Arbeiter, Georg-August-Universitat, Gottingen The Legend of Bishop Odoario and the Early Medieval Church in Galicia: James D'Emilio, University of South Florida Count Raimundo of Burgundy and French Influence in Leon-Castilla (1087-1107): Bernard F. Reilly, Villanova University From Mercenary to Crusader: The Career of Alvar Perez de Castro (d. 1239) Re-examined: Simon Barton, University of Exeter The Life and Afterlife of San Isidro "the Farmer": Kenneth B. Wolf, Pomona College VELLUM Eschatological Expectations and the Revised Beatus: Peter K. Klein, Universitat Tubingen The Silos Beatus and the Silos Scriptorium: Ann Boylan Observations on the Illustrations of the Silos Beatus Manuscript:Angela Franco, Museo Arqueologico Nacional, Madrid Prayer, Patronage, and Piety at Las Huelgas: New Observations on the Later Morgan Beatus (M. 429): David Raizman, Drexel Heritage University Good Jews, Bad Jews, and No Jews at All:Ritual Imagery and Social Standards in the Catalan Haggadot: Julie A. Harris The Three Faces of Esther in Romanesque Bible Illustrations: Diane Reilly, Indiana University STONE Santo Domingo de Silos: New Interpretive Suggestions for the Medieval Church (1041-1143): Jose Luis Senra, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Reading the Walls: Masons' Marks and the Archaeology of Architecture at San Isidoro, Leon; Therese Martin, University of Arizona Cain's Blade and the Question of Midrashic Influence in Medieval Spanish Art: Pamela A. Patton, Southern Methodist University The Persistence of the Romanesque in the Kingdom of Aragon: Eileen P. McKiernan Gonzalez, Berea College "The Eventful Life of the Royal Tombs of San Isidoro in Leon": Rocio Sanchez Ameijeiras, Universidad de Santiago de Compostela Select Bibliography, Index
Therese Martin, Ph.D. (2000) in History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh, was John Williams' last doctoral student. She is Assistant Professor of Medieval Art History at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on royal architecture and female patronage in medieval Spain. Julie A. Harris, Ph.D. (1989) in Art History, University of Pittsburgh, is an independent scholar specializing in Medieval Spain. Her recent publications have examined art and architecture in the context of relations between Spain's diverse religious communities.