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Sammelwerk  Memory and commemoration in medieval England: proceedings of the 2008 Harlaxton Symposium
Barron, Caroline M. [Hrsg.]. - Donington (Lincolnshire) (2010)


In Reihe: Harlaxton medieval studies / 20
Deskriptoren: England Mittelalter Memoria Erinnerung Barron, Caroline M. (1939-)
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

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Medieval foundation stones and foundation ceremonies
Holder, Nick. • S. 6-23

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Contrasting patrons and their glass: the church of St. John the Baptist, Mileham, Norfolk
Daunton, Claire Gobbi. • S. 24-39

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The location of commemoration in late medieval England: the case of the Thorpes of Northamptonshire
Kinsey, Robert. • S. 40-57

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"Their name loveth for evermore"?: Obits at Exeter Cathedral in the later Middle Ages
Lepine, David N.. • S. 58-74

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Henry Scrope's window at Heydour, Lincolnshire
King, David. • S. 75-86

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Queenship, death and agency: the commemorations of Isabella of France and Philippa of Hainault
Ormrod, William Mark. • S. 87-103

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Who to commemorate and why? The commemoration of the nobility in eastern England in the fourteenth century
Ward, Jennifer C.. • S. 104-116

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Royal and noble commemoration in the Mendicant houses of London, c. 1240-1540
Steer, Christian. • S. 117-142

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Fifteenth-century monastic obituaries: the evidence of Christ Church Priory, Canterbury
Connor, Meriel E.. • S. 143-162

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"Entumbid right princly": the Beauchamp Chapel at Warwick and the politics of interment
Marks, Richard Bruce. • S. 163-184

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Death, memory and commemoration: John Lydgate and the "Macabrees Daunce" at old St Paul's Cathedral, London
Oosterwijk, Sophie. • S. 185-201
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The Robertsons remembered: two generations of Calais staplers at Algarkirk, Lincolnshire
Badham, Sally F.. • S. 202-217

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Late medieval holy kinship images and family commemoration: the evidence from Thornhill, West Yorkshire and Latton, Essex
Naydenova-Slade, Mellie. • S. 218-233

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The cage chantries of Christchurch Priory
Wood, Cindy. • S. 234-250

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English commemorative inscriptions: some literary dimensions
Griffith, David. • S. 251-270

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The commemoration of places in medieval England
Orme, Nicholas I.. • S. 271-291

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The origins of "All Souls" and its significance for Henry Chicele
Horden, Peregrine. • S. 292-308

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Developments in the study of medieval art since 1983
Binski, Paul. • S. 309-321

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Developments in the study of Middle English literature since 1983
Pearsall, Derek Albert. • S. 322-331

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Developments in the study of medieval history since 1983
Rosenthal, Joel Thomas. • S. 332-348