This book provides a major study of the drawings, paintings and carvings of the crucifixion from tenth- and eleventh-century England, placing these works of art within the context of the tenth-century monastic revival. The drawings and paintings of the crucifixion are discussed in relation to the literature, theology, liturgy and devotional practices of the late Anglo-Saxon period.
Malaria is a mosquito-borne infectious disease caused by a eukaryotic protist of the genus Plasmodium.It is widespread in tropical and subtropical regions, including parts of..Подробнее
Subclinical involvement of the nervous system in uremic adults has been detected by certain neurophysiological techniques. These techniques have been employed in clinical..Описание
Contains four sets of exam papers from Cambridge ESOL. Student''s Books are available with or without answers. Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English 3 provides the most..В корзину Описание
Explores five learned translations generally accepted as being the work of one of the key figures in British history, Alfred the Great. Its comprehensive analysis of the texts,..Подробнее
The Romantic age was one of anger and its consequences: revolution and reaction, terror and war. Andrew M. Stauffer explores the changing place of anger in the literature and..Описание
This is a clear and accessible account of early Germanic alliterative verse which explains how such verse was treated by the Beowulf poet. There are differences of poetic style..Описание