By Evan Burr Bukey
By António Barreto
By Rui de Pina
Rui de Pina, cronista e diplomata português (1440-1552)
Este livro apresenta «Chronica d'el rei D. Diniz - quantity I», de Rui de Pina.
- quantity I. Chronica D'el Rei D. Diniz
- Capitulo I. Como Elrei D. Diniz Sendo Ifante, Foi Levantado Por Rei, E Obedecido, E Das Virtudes Que Teve
- Capitulo Ii. Como Elrei D. Diniz Cazou Com Dona Isabel, Filha Delrei D. Pedro Daraguam, E Da Rainha Dona Costança, E De Suas Grandes Virtudes, E Santidade
- Capitulo Iii. Do Fundamento, E Cousas, Que Ouve Pera Elrei D. Diniz Aver Alguas Villas, E Castellos De Riba Dodiana, Que Foraõ De Castella
- Capitulo Iv. Dos Filhos Legitimos, Que Elrei D. Diniz Ouve Da Rainha D. Isabel, E Assi Doutros Bastardos
- Capitulo V. Do Desacordo, Que Ouve Antre Elrei D. Diniz, E Ho Ifante D. Affonso Seu Irmaõ
- Capitulo Vi. Do Que Succedeo Do Cazamento Do Ifante D. Affonso, Filho Delrei D. Diniz, E Do Ifante D. Fernando, Filho Delrei D. Sancho De Castella
- Capitulo Vii. Como Elrei D. Diniz Entrou Em Castella, E Da Crua Guerra, Que De Huuma Parte E Da Outra Se Fazia
- Capitulo Viii. Dos Grandes Maales E Danos Que De Hum Regno Ha Outro Se Faziam, E Dalguns Luguares De Castella, Que Hos Mouros Tomaram
- Capitulo Ix. Da Razam Porque Elrei D. Diniz Desistio Desta Guerra, E Se Tornou Ha Portugal
- Capitulo X. Dos Casamentos, E Escaibos Que Depois Da Concordia Se Fezeraõ Antre Estes Rex Em Alcanizes
- Capitulo Xi. Como Elrei D. Fernando Cazou Com A Ifante Dona Costança
- Capitulo Xii. Das Ajudas, Que Elrei D. Fernando De Castella, Ouve Delrei D. Diniz, Pera Ha Guerra Dos Mouros De Grada
By Ulinka Rublack
By Margaret H. Preston
The essays during this assortment research the intersections among gender, drugs, and standard fiscal, political, and social histories in eire among 1700 and 1950. collecting a few of the best voices in Irish stories and the heritage of drugs, the editors conceal a variety of issues together with midwifery, psychological overall healthiness, alcoholism, and boy or girl mortality.
Composed of 13 chapters, the quantity contains James Kelly's unique analyses of eighteenth-century dental perform and midwifery, putting the Irish event in a global context. Greta Jones, in an exploration of a ailment that affected millions in eire, explains the explanations for greater tuberculosis mortality between ladies. a number of essays name awareness to the tried containment of sickness, exploring the position of asylums and the gendered attitudes towards madness and reform. participants spotlight the usually missed effect of nurses and midwives, occupations frequently ruled by way of ladies.
Presenting a social heritage of Irish medication, the disparate essays are united through numerous universal subject matters: the inherent threat of existence in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century eire, the explicit brutality of women's lives on the time, and the heroics of numerous enlightened figures.
By Professor Jane Fenoulhet,Lesley Gilbert
This edited assortment explores the ways that our figuring out of the previous in Dutch heritage and tradition could be rethought to contemplate not just the way it types a part of the current yet the way it can relate additionally to the future.
Divided into 3 elements – The makes use of of delusion and historical past, The previous as Illumination of Cultural Context, and Historiography in concentration – this publication seeks to illustrate the significance of the previous through investigating the transmission of tradition and its variations. It displays at the heritage of historiography and appears seriously on the items of the historiographic procedure, reminiscent of Dutch and Afrikaans literary history.
The chapters disguise a number of disciplines and ways: a few authors supply a extensive view of a specific interval, similar to Jonathan Israel's contribution on delusion and heritage within the ideological politics of the Dutch Golden Age, whereas others zoom in on particular genres, texts or old moments, equivalent to Benjamin Schmidt’s research of the doolhof, a note that this present day capability ‘labyrinth’ yet as soon as defined a 17th-century academic entertainment park. This quantity, enlightening and residential to a number of paths of enquiry best in several instructions, is a wonderful instance of what a past-present doolhof may perhaps glance like.
By Jonathan Sumption
By Aleksandra Ziolkowska-Boehm
Acclaimed by way of his readers and critics alike, Melchior Wankowicz used to be well-known for growing his concept of reportage, i.e. the “mosaic strategy” the place the occasions of many of us have been implanted into the lifetime of one individual. Melchior Wankowicz placed into phrases the gorgeous, tragic and heroic occasions of Polish heritage that supplied a sort of sustenance for a people who thrive on patriotism and love in their kingdom. Wankowicz’s books formed nationwide awareness, glorified the heroism of the Polish soldier. Later in his lifestyles, Wankowicz for my part set an instance by way of status as much as the Communist get together that introduced him to path for his paintings.
In this booklet, Ziolkowska-Boehm deals a severe exam of Wankowicz’s paintings proficient by means of her reviews as his deepest secretary. Her entry to the author’s own information shed new gentle at the existence and paintings of the fellow thought of via many to be “the father of Polish reportage.”
By Rachel Fulton,Bruce W. Holsinger
Essays function shut readings of either everyday and lesser identified fabrics, delivering provocative interpretations of John of Rupescissa's alchemy; the connection among the dwelling and the saintly useless in Bernard of Clairvaux's sermons; the nomenclature of heresy within the early 11th century; the apocalyptic visions of Robert of Uzès; Machiavelli's De principatibus; the function of "demotic religiosity" in fiscal improvement; and the visions of Elizabeth of Schönau. participants write as historians of faith, paintings, literature, tradition, and society, coming near near their topics during the specific and the singular instead of throughout the thematic and the theoretical. twiddling with the wild probabilities of the historic fragments at their disposal, the students during this assortment improve a brand new and intriguing method of writing medieval history.
By Eileen Gardiner
THIS e-book provides an advent to the subject, an exploration of a taxonomy for medieval pilgrimage and an outline of what the early pilgrims have instructed us in regards to the direction. It positive factors descriptions of the monuments, relics and saints alongside the way in which, in addition to a stage-by-stage description of the adventure itself. Ancillary fabrics contain tourists’ details, an entire bibliography, a chronology and index.
THE ebook bargains complete colour photographs, a map of the direction and designated degree maps, photographs, searchable textual content and links to exterior assets, together with bibliography and different scholarly assets, go back and forth details and information about the websites and cities alongside the route.
54 images, 23 maps and plans.