Liturgy and the Arts in the Middle Ages: Studies in Honour of C. Clifford Flanigan
This volume contains a collection of essays in honour of the late Professor of Comparative Literature, C Clifford Flanigan, who died suddenly in 1993 at the age of 52. The scholarship of this book constitutes an example of the interdisciplinary approach to the study of ecclesiastical history which is the aim of the newly established Centre for Christianity and the Arts at the Theological Faculty at the University of Copenhagen.
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Dynamic Qualities in the Medieval Office
The Meaning and the Function of the Introit
Length and Festivity On some prolongation techniques
Stational Liturgy and Processional Antiphons in
Supera agalmata Angels and the celestial hierarchy
Beata Maria semper virgo in Piacenza Biblioteca
Liturgy as a Theological Place Possibilities and limitations
Liturgical representation and Late Medieval Piety
O vos omnes qui transitis per viam The quotation
On the Connection between Medieval Wooden Sculpture
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