On monumental sculptures of Synagoga and Ecclesia in the thirteenth century, in France and Germany, in relation to Christian-Jewish encounters
Paired female personifications of Church and Synagogue had become an established subject for medieval art from as early as the ninth century. But in the thirteenth century the theme gained particular popularity, given pride of place in decorative programs adorning the most ambitious cathedral building projects of northern Europe. While the figures…[Read more]
On illuminated World Chronicles and heresy in the city of Regensburg in the late Middle Ages.
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