Violence in Fifteenth-century Text and Image

Violence in Fifteenth-century Text and Image

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Special issue focusing on violence in fifteenth-century life, text, and image: warfare and justice, violence in family and milieu (court, town, village, and forest), hagiography, ethnicity and xenophobia, gender relations and sexual violence, brutality on the stage, and the relation of text and image in the depiction of violence.48 Of the thirteen historians who stayed true to the traditional account, only the authors of the works contained in B. N. F., fr. 10468 (fols. 105ra€“110v), and B. N. F. , fr. 10137 (fols. 1ra€“60v), did not mention Bodiloa#39;s beating specifically. See, respectively, nn. 45 above, and 49 below. 49 Namely, and in the order in which they have been discussed in the text, the authors of the histories contained in: B. N. F., fr. 5697; B. N. F., fr. 23019; B. N. F., fr. 10139 (fols. 2ra€“14v); B. N. F., n. a. fr. 7519 (fols.


Title:Violence in Fifteenth-century Text and Image
Author: Edelgard E. DuBruck, Yael Even
Publisher:Camden House - 2002
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