Crusading in art, thought and will / edited by Matthew E. Parker, Ben Halliburton, Anne Romine.

Leiden ; Boston : Brill, [2018]
Medieval Mediterranean; 0928-5520 v. 115.
The medieval Mediterranean : Peoples, economies, and cultures, 400-1500, 0928-5520 ; volume 115
xi, 304 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), plans ; 26 cm.
Crusades in art.
"Crusade scholarship has exploded in popularity over the past two decades. This volume captures the resulting diversity of approaches, which often cross cultures and academic disciplines. The contributors to this volume offer new perspectives on topics as varied as the application of Roman law on slavery to the situation of Muslims in the Latin East, Muslim appropriation of Latin architectural spolia, the roles played by the crusade in medieval preaching, and the impact of Latin East refugees on religious geography in late medieval Cyprus. Together these essays demonstrate how pervasive the institution of crusade was in medieval Christendom, as much at home in Europe as in the Latin East, and how much impact it carried forth into the modern era."-- Publisher's website.
List of illustrations
Notes on contributors
1. The Church of the Nativity and "Crusader" Kingship / Lisa Mahoney
2. Signs of Leadership: Buildings of Jerusalem in a Crusader Relief / Cathleen A. Fleck
3. Religion and Conflict: Investigating the Role of Relics and Holy Sites in the Religiously Diverse Society of Crusader Famagusta, Cyprus / Tomasz Borowski
4. Adaptations of the Roman Lex Aquilia in the Burgess Assizes of Jerusalem / Adam M. Bishop
5."Far be it from Me to Glory Save in the Cross of Our Lord Jesus Christ" (Galatians 6:14): Crusade Preaching and Sermons for Good Friday and Holy Week / Jessalynn Bird
6. The Typology of the Cross and Crusade Preaching / C. Matthew Phillips
7. Missing the Apocalypse in Preaching the Crusades / Charles W. Connell
8. Schismatics and Crusaders: Innocent II's Condemnation of John Comnenus in the History of Byzantine and Papal Relations with Latin Antioch / Richard Allington
9. Muslims in the "Gesta Family": Understanding of Muslim Religious Identity and the Use of Accounts of Violence to Depict Muslims as "Other" in the Gesta Francorum and Its Derivatives / Yan Bourke
10. Universal Monarchs: Crusading in the Life of St. Ignatius Loyola / Sam Zeno Conedera, SJ
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Parker, Matthew E., editor.
Halliburton, Ben, editor.
Romine, Anne, editor.
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