Imagining Jerusalem in the medieval West

Jerusalem was the object of intense study and devotion throughout the Middle Ages. This collection of essays illuminates ways in which the city was represented by Christians in Western Europe, c. 700-1500. Focusing on maps in manuscripts and early printed books, it also considers views and architect...

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Other Authors: Donkin, Lucy (Editor, Hrsg.)
Document Type: Book
Published: Oxford [u.a.] : Oxford Univ. Press , 2012
Series:Proceedings of the British Academy 175
Online Access:Rezension
Related Items:Rezensiert in: [Rezension von: Lucy Donkin / Hanna Vorholt (eds.), Imagining Jerusalem in the medieval West]
Rezensiert in: Rezension von Lucy Donkin: Hanna Vorholt (ed.) Imagining Jerusalem in the Medieval West
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Table of Contents:
  • Adomnán's plans in the context of his imagining "the most famous city"
  • Thomas O'LoughlinThe exegetical Jerusalem : maps and plans for Ezekiel chapters 40-48 / Catherine Delano-Smith
  • The imaginary Jerusalem of Nicholas of Lyra
  • Lesley Smith
  • The "pictures" of Jerusalem in Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 156
  • Mary Carruthers
  • "Ista est Jerusalem" : intertextuality and visual exegesis in Peter of Poitiers' Compendium historiae in genealogia Christi and Werner Rolevinck's Fasciculus temporum
  • Andrea Worm
  • Studying with maps : Jerusalem and the Holy Land in two thirteenth-century manuscripts
  • Hanna Vorholt
  • Jerusalem under siege : Marino Sanudo's map of the water supply, 1320
  • Evelyn Edson
  • An illuminated English guide to pilgrimage in the Holy Land : Oxford, Queen's College, MS 357
  • Kathryn M. Rudy
  • Virtual pilgrimages to real places : the holy landscapes
  • Bianca Kühnel.