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    Peter Linehan
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Past and Present in Medie. has been added to your Cart. Series: Variorum Collected Studies (Book 384). Hardcover: 360 pages.

Past and Present in Medie.

Collected Studies Series, 38.  . Aldershot: Variorum, 1993. Pp. x + 347. 0 86078 341 3. R. B. Tate (a1). Collected Studies Series, 38.

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Each title in the Variorum Collected Studies series brings together for the first time a selection of articles by a leading authority on a particular subject.

Contents: History in a changing world: the case of medieval Spain; Past and present: the posthumous history of the Third Council of Toledo; Ecclesiastics and the Cortes of Castile and León; The Toledo forgeries . 150-c. 1300; Santo Martino and the context of sanctity in 13th-century León; Documento español sobre la Quinta Cruzada; Proctors. Each title in the Variorum Collected Studies series brings together for the first time a selection of articles by a leading authority on a particular subject. These studies are reprinted from a vast range of learned journals, Festschrifts and conference proceedings.

Start by marking Past and Present in Medieval Spain as Want to Read . The studies included in this selection - the opening two being published for the first time - are concerned with various aspects of the history of Christian Spain between the 6th century and the 14th

Start by marking Past and Present in Medieval Spain as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The studies included in this selection - the opening two being published for the first time - are concerned with various aspects of the history of Christian Spain between the 6th century and the 14th. A recurrent theme is that of the invention of the past: of the manner in which, for reasons which have seemed good to them, at different times and places, from Toledo in the The studies included in this selection - the opening two being published for the first time - are concerned with various aspects of the history of Christian Spain between the 6th. century and the 14th.

Variorum Collected Studies. Peter Linehan, St John's College, University of Cambridge, UK. Country of Publication. History & Military.

This fourth Variorum collection of articles by Peter Linehan comprises items largely from the past decade. The studies represent further investigation of themes broached in earlier works, in particular the latest report on the movements of Cardinal John of Abbeville, and the related subjects of historiography and historians, the interplay of history and government, and aspects of sacral monarchy.

Simon Barton, Peter Linehan. This volume is intended as a commemoration of the career of Richard Fletcher and his remarkable contribution to our understanding of the medieval world. The seventeen papers included here, written by some of the leading scholars of this period, reflect the three main areas of Fletcher's scholarly endeavours: Church and society in medieval Spain; Christian-Muslim relations, both in the Iberian peninsula and further afield; and, the history of the post-Roman world, with particular reference to the conversion of Europe.

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 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), entry to religious life, preaching, and letters and letter-writing

Book Description Variorum, UK, 1992. for anyone interested in early medieval Spanish history. this is a book which is worthy of attention

Book Description Variorum, UK, 1992. this is a book which is worthy of attention. ISBN/EAN: 9780860783084.

The studies included in this selection - the opening two being published for the first time - are concerned with various aspects of the history of Christian Spain between the 6th century and the 14th. A recurrent theme is that of the invention of the past: of the manner in which, for reasons which have seemed good to them, at different times and places, from Toledo in the 1240s to Cambridge in the 1920s, men have sought to appropriate and recolonise that past. Three more technical articles on the subject of 13th-century papal diplomatic in a Spanish setting illustrate the related activity of the invention of the future as reflected in the activity of the agents or proctors and others whose services were retained in order to ensure that it was their employer's particular view of the present that prevailed. Les études comprises dans cette sélection, dont deux paraissent ici pour la première fois, traitent des différents aspects de l’histoire de l’Espagne chrétienne entre le 6e et le 14e siècle. Un thème fréquent est celui de l’invention du passé: la façon dont à différentes époques et à différents endroits, de Tolède en 1240 à Cambridge en 1920, et pour des raisons qui lui semblent être les bonnes, l’être humain s’est efforcé de s’approprier et de reconquérir le passé. Trois articles d’ordre plus techniques sur la diplomatique papale au 13e siècle dans un cadre espagnol, illustrent l’activité attenante qu’était l’invention de l’avenir, telle qu’elle se traduisait au travers de l’action d’agents, de fondés de pouvoir et autres, dont les services étaient requis afin que la vision du présent de leurs employeurs prévale.