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The Resource Other Middle Ages : witnesses at the margins of medieval society, edited by Michael Goodich

Other Middle Ages : witnesses at the margins of medieval society, edited by Michael Goodich

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Other Middle Ages : witnesses at the margins of medieval society
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Other Middle Ages
Title remainder
witnesses at the margins of medieval society
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edited by Michael Goodich
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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The Middle Ages series
Other Middle Ages : witnesses at the margins of medieval society, edited by Michael Goodich
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Other Middle Ages : witnesses at the margins of medieval society, edited by Michael Goodich
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt130jv36
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-256) and index
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online resource
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cr
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black and white
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Contents
  • Apostates and Converts.
  • Obadiah the Convert (ca. 1100), Epistle.
  • Hermann of Scheda (ca. 1107 70), Opusculum de conversione sua.
  • Sa'id ibn Hasan of Alexandria, Masalik al Nazar (The Ways of Understanding) (1298).
  • Ramon Llull, De vita sua (1311/12)
  • III.
  • Sexual Nonconformists and the Fires of Lust.
  • Robert of Flamborough, Liber poenitentialis (1210/13).
  • Municipal Legislation of Pisa (1286) and Bologna (1288).
  • Arnaud of Verniolle (1323/24).
  • I.
  • Gerard Cagnoli (d. 1342) and the Exorcism of Lust.
  • Bridget of Sweden (d. 1371).
  • Third Lateran Decree on Lepers (1179).
  • Humbert of Romans, To the Leprous
  • IV.
  • Victims of the Devil: The Possessed, the Ecstatics, and the Suicidal.
  • Otloh of St. Emmeram (1010 after 1067), Liber de tentationibus suis.
  • Christina of Stommeln, Epistolae (1272).
  • Pope Celestine V (1212? 96), Autobiografia.
  • Giacomuccio Fatteboni (1325).
  • The Jews: From Tolerated Minority to Persecuted Foe.
  • Yves of Penguennan (1330), Follower of Yves of Treguier (d. 1303)
  • V.
  • Christian Heterodoxy.
  • Peter Waldo, Profession of Faith (1181/82).
  • Statutes Against Heresy (1229).
  • Arnauda da Lamotha of Montauban (1244).
  • Beatrice of Planisolles (1320).
  • Flordebellina of Milan and Others (1300), Disciples of Guglielma.
  • Thomassa (1318), Disciple of Clare of Montefalco
  • VI.
  • Caesarius of Heisterbach (ca. 1225) and Thomas of Cantimpre (ca. 1263) on Catherine of Louvain.
  • Insiders and Outsiders: Liminality and Integration.
  • The Orders of Penance at Bologna (1244) and Bergamo (1265).
  • Filippa di Leonardo di Gislerio (1254), Disciple of Clare of Assisi.
  • Salimbene de Adam (d. ca. 1287), Cronica.
  • Jo
  • Meir ben Isaac, Purim (1236).
  • Rabbi Judah ben Yehiel Asheri of Toledo (d. 1349), Testament.
  • Baruch the German of Languedoc (1320).
  • Anonymous Disciple of Abraham Abulafia, Shaarei Tzedek (The Gates of Justice) (ca. 1290/95)
  • II.
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1 online resource (viii, 265 pages).
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  • preservation
  • access
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Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.

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