Space in the Medieval West : places, territories, and imagined geographies / edited by Meredith Cohen, Fanny Madeline.

Farnham, Surrey, UK ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, [2014]
xvi, 245 pages ; 25 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction / Meredith Cohen, Fanny Madeline, and Dominique Iogna-Prat -- Squarely built : an inquiry into the sources of "ad quadratum" geometry in Lombard architecture between the eleventh and the twelfth centuries / Emanuele Lugli -- The geometry of rib vaulting at Notre-Dame of Paris : architectural or exegetical space? / Stefaan van Liefferinge -- Gothic drawing and the shaping of space / Robert Bork -- Marking the city for Christ : spatiality and the invention of Utrecht's medieval cross of churches / David Ross Winter -- From plebs to parochia : the perception of the church in space from the ninth to the twelfth century (Dioceses of Rennes, Dol, and Saint-Malo) / Anne Lunven, translated from the French by Emanuele Lugli -- New masters of space : the creation of communication networks in the West (eleventh-twelfth centuries) / Thomas Wetzstein, translated from the French by Raeleen Chai-Elsholz -- Inventing legal space : from regional custom to common law in the Coutumiers of Medieval France / Ada-Maria Kuskowski -- The image of France in the Beatus Map of Saint-Sever / Sandra Saènz Lopez Perez -- France in the two geographical works of al-Idrīsī (Sicily, twelfth century) / Jean-Charles Ducène, translated from the French by Robert Bork -- From Gaul to the Kingdom of France : representations of French space in geographical texts of the Middle Ages (twelfth-fifteenth centuries) / Nathalie Bouloux, translated from the French by Katherine Bork -- The definition and boundaries of eucharistic space in the Grail prose romances : focalization and dissemination / Catheirne Nicolas, translated from the French by Raeleen Chai-Elsholz.
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