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International Encyclopaedia for the Middle Ages

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Éditeur : Brepols Publishers

Support : CD-Rom + Internet

Catégories :

Encyclopédies, ouvrages de référence

Histoire, sciences politiques et actualités

Lettres, sciences humaines et sociales

Langue : Anglais

Type de ressource : Texte intégral

Sujet(s) : Encyclopédie de référence pour les études médiévales : diocèses, prélats, civilisation et culture, auteurs scolastiques…

Résumé:

The International Encyclopaedia for the Middle Ages-Online (IEMA), an entirely new supplement to the Lexikon des Mittelalters (LexMA), is being produced under the joint auspices of the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Brepols Publishers; it will be made available at Brepolis, the Brepols site for online medieval encyclopedias, bibliographies, and databases. The chronological range of IEMA is 300-1500 CE, and it will cover all of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. IEMA will complement and fill in gaps in the coverage of the present Lexikon des Mittelalters (LexMA).

 

  • Editor in Chief: Patrick Geary (UCLA)

  • Editorial Board: Michael J. B. Allen (UCLA), Janos Bak (CEU), Paul Freedman (Yale), Hans-Werner Goetz (Hamburg), Eric Palazzo (Poitiers), Claudia Rapp (UCLA), Chase Robinson (Oxford), Paul Strohm (Columbia), Ian Wood (Leeds)

  • Executive Editor: Blair Sullivan (UCLA)

 

  • Dioceses

  • Prelates

  • Peoples, Tribes or Cultures

  • Scholastic authors

 

  • Uthredus de Boldon, Benedictine, ca. 1320-1397

  • Albertus Krantz, dean of Hamburg cathedral chapter, 1488-1517

  • Christianus Tiendorfer de Huerben, secular master at Vienna, fl. ca. 1425-1465; d. 1467

  • Henricus de Embecke de Nanexen, master at Paris and Prague, fl. ca. 1356 - ca. 1371

  • Jacobus de Sicilia, secular master of arts and medicine, fl. ca. 1378 - ca. 1383

  • Petrus de Rivo, rector of the university of Leuven, d. 1499

  • Sandivogius de Czechlo, scholar at Kraków and Paris, 1410-1476

  • Silvestro Mazzolini da Prierio, Master of the Sacred Palace, 1456/1457-1527

  • Guilelmus Textor, theologian at Basel, d. 1512

  • Henricus de Zoemeren, theologian at Leuven, ca. 1418-1472

  • Paulus de Worczyn, theologian at Kraków, 1384-1430

  • Petrus Rode de Luneburg, secular master at Leipzig, fl. ca. 1442 - ca. 1461; d. a. 1483

  • Uighurs, Turkic people,

  • Kocho Kingdom, Turkic kingdom,

  • Karakhanid, Turkic khanate, ca. 840-1211

 

  • Expected articles in the category "scholastic authors" (by Steven J. Livesey):

    Abbo Floriacensis, Adalbertus Brudzewski, Adam De Easton, Aegidius Carlerii, Aegidius Fabri De Bruxella, Albertus Engelschalk, Bartholomaeus Arnoldi De Usingen, Bartholomaeus De Brugis, Bertholdus Puchhauser De Ratisbona, Gabriel Biel, Georgius Schwarz, Heimericus De Campo, Helmoldus De Soltwedel, Henricus Platerburger, Hugo Bentius De Senis, Johannes Brasiator De Frankenstein, Johannes Clenck, Johannes De Gmunden, Magnus Hund De Magdeburg, Martinus Rentz De Wiesensteig, Matthias De Legnicz, Michael De Massa, Nicolaus Eymerici, Paulus Wann De Kemnat, Petrus De Pulka, Petrus Martinez De Osma, Stephanus De Prettin, Stephanus Gaudet, Thomas Bradwardine, Thomas De Strampino, Thomas Good De Docking, Wendelinus Steinbach.

     

  • Expected articles in the category "Peoples, Tribes or Cultures":

    Antes (Florin Curta), Arabs (Robert Hoyland), Bulgars (Florin Curta), Celtic peoples (principally in Britain) (Kristen Lee Over), Circassians (Warren C. Schultz), Germanic peoples (Roland Steinacher), Heruli (Roland Steinacher), Ilkhanids (Judith Pfeiffer), Jalayirids (Judith Pfeiffer), Khazars (Peter Golden), Liutizi (Christian Lübke), Magyars (Florin Curta), Normans in Britain and Ireland (Scott Kleinman), Normans in southern Europe (Graham Loud ), Oghuz tribe (Ilker Evrim Binbas), Prussians (Roman Czaja), Saljuks (Neguin Yavari), Sclavenes (Florin Curta), Turkmen people (Ilker Evrim Binbas), Türks (Peter Golden).

     

  • Expected articles in the category "bishops" and "bishoprics":

    Avila, diocese (Teofilo Ruiz), Braga, archdiocese and diocese (Bernard F. Reilly), Evora, diocese (Rita Costa Gomes), Girona, diocese (Lluís To Figueras), Gregory of Elvira (Alberto Ferreiro), Huesca, diocese (Julia Pavon), Idanna, diocese (Rita Costa Gomes), John of Biclaro (Alberto Ferreiro), Lisbon, archdiocese and diocese (Rita Costa Gomes), Lleida, diocese (Thomas Barton), Martin of Braga (Alberto Ferreiro), Oporto, diocese (Rita Costa Gomes), Palencia, diocese (Bernard F. Reilly), Pamplona, diocese (Julia Pavon), Potamius of Lisbon (Alberto Ferreiro), Santiago de Compostela, archd. and dio. (Bernard F. Reilly), Segovia, diocese (Bernard F. Reilly), Silves, diocese (Rita Costa Gomes), Tarazona, diocese (Clay Stalls), Toledo, archdiocese and diocese (Francisco J. Hernández), Tortosa, diocese (Thomas Barton), Tuy, diocese (Bernard F. Reilly), Valencia, diocese (Jaume Aurell), Vic, diocese (Paul Freedman), Zaragoza, archdiocese and diocese (Clay Stalls).

     

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