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Introduction: Animals in Culture

Brigitte Resl

Brigitte Resl is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Liverpool and is author of Understanding Animals, 1150-1350 and co-author of Writing Nature in the Early Middle Ages. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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A Cultural History of Animals in the Medieval Age Volume 2

Berg, 2007

Cultural History Chapter

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... they were entitled, sometimes as often as three times per day.B. Pohl-Resl, Rechnen mit der Ewigkeit. Das Wiener Bürgerspital im späten Mittelalter (Vienna: Oldenbourg, 1996), pp. 97–110.B. Pohl-Resl, Rechnen mit der Ewigkeit. Das Wiener...

Artistic Representations

Brigitte Resl

Brigitte Resl is Professor of Medieval History at the University of Liverpool and is author of Understanding Animals, 1150-1350 and co-author of Writing Nature in the Early Middle Ages. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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A Cultural History of Animals in the Medieval Age Volume 2

Berg, 2007

Cultural History Chapter

4

... rather than as a literal reminder of the individual Bible episode.Agnus Dei. Besse. © Brigitte Resl.Lions are nevertheless more complicated in their meanings than sheep. Although they can stand for evil or the devil, they can equally serve...