Articles with keyword "Middle Ages"
Ironic term makes unequivocal mark
Writers of historical fiction look for the plausible when manipulating the facts
Excavations beneath Florence's cathedral reveal a church for a saint that never was.
Reflections on the approach of an "improper medievalist" to feasting, the body, and death.
1999 Jefferson Lecturer Caroline Walker Bynum talks about the legacy of the Middle Ages to the present day.
For clients ranging from courtesans to Voltaire, notaries served as financial advisers in eighteenth-century France.
Theology became flesh and blood in the sacred street theater of medieval England.
A scholar's epic journey to catalog two hundred years of medieval dress.