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Historians of cartography long have suggested that the Hereford Mappa Mundi was created as a...
Although antiquarians, historians of cartography, palaeographers and art historians have written about the Hereford mappa...
In the preface to her study of the much-discussed Bayeux Tapestry, Suzanne Lewis, professor of...
Rarely does contemporary film offer any zippy ephemera to grace the office doors of medievalists,...
In this period of rapid and ongoing technological change, teaching undergraduates sophisticated research skills demands...
This essay, which is excerpted from a longer initial study of L’Advocacie Nostre Dame, is...
From Amazon: The Bayeux Tapestry, perhaps the most famous, yet enigmatic, of medieval artworks, was...
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Selections by the author: Marco Polo, 165-167; William of Rubruck, 357; Ludovico de Varthema, 322-324.
Selections by the author: Martin Behaim, 55-56; lignum aloes, 342-343; Psalter Map, 505-506.
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