Fortified Settlements of the 9th and 10th Centuries ad in Central Europe: Structure, Function and SymbolismHajnalka HeroldMedieval Archaeology: 56, (2012)AbstractThe structure, function(s) and symbolism of early medieval (9th–10th centuries ad) fortified settlements from central Europe, in particular today’s Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia, are examined in this paper.
Plagues, Epidemics and Their Social and Economic Impact on the Egyptian Society during the Mameluke PeriodIsa Mahmoud Alazzam, Sobhi Mahmoud Alazzam & Khalid Mahmoud Al-MazyidAsian Culture and History; Vol. 5, No. 2; (2013)AbstractThe study aims at shedding light on plagues and epidemics that hit Egypt during the Mameluke period through describing the plague disease and the plagues and epidemics that hit Egypt and the social and economic impact on the Egyptian society.
Augustine on Original PerceptionObertello, LucaMedieval Philosophy and Theology, vol. 1 (1991)AbstractThe image of God in the human person is to be found, according to St. Augustine, in the “highest part” of the human mind, to which he reserves the name mens.ι “One’s mind mens ,” he says, “is not of the same nature as God.
Conflict in the Parish: Antagonistic Relations Between Clerics and ParishionersBy Michelle Armstrong-PartidaA companion to pastoral care in the late Middle Ages (1200-1500), edited by Ronald J. Stansbury (Brill, 2010)Introduction: Guillem de Bruguera feared for his life. As rector of the church of Sant Marie in the coastal village of Cadaques, Guillem had made numerous enemies when quarreling with parish members over certain rights to their parish church.
Views on Sexuality in Croatian Medieval SourcesBy Stella Fatovic-Ferencic and Marija-Ana DürriglCroatian Medical Journal, Vol. 45:1 (2004)Abstract: We analyzed attitudes towards sexuality during the medieval period in Croatia. For that purpose we investigated numerous medical and literary texts, statutes, and specific natural philosophical work entitled “Lucidar”.
Building with God: Anglo-Norman Durham, Bury St. Edmunds and NorwichBy Hugh McCaguePhD Dissertation, York University, 1999Abstract: I shall argue that in the medieval period, the construction of churches and, to a considerable extent, urban planning, were deemed God-centred processes rather than human-centred activities.