Ephemerität und Permanenz bei Herrschereinzügen im spätmittelalterlichen Deutschland
The article describes different ways of visual representation of princely entries in medieval cities and towns.
The article elucidates diverse forms of visual representation of medieval and early modern court festivals.
The subject of the article is the "second ceremonial section", consisting of chapters 21-23 of the so called Golden Bull of 1356. The newly proposed reconstruction of the text structure of the Golden Bull demands revision of aĺl traditional points of view on this document. The article demonstrates relations between some aspects of pageantries described here with coronation procession in Aachen.
The aim of this article is to provide a critical analysis of most recent trends in the study of medieval art, especially those approaches which are signaled by last influential works of Jean Wirth, Jérôme Baschet and Olivier Boulnois. I give my view points on several problems and documents of medieval art, try to demonstrate strong and feable sides of recent methodology in the field.
A huge ccollection of studies of (late) medieval court orders.
The article deals with some specific technical forms of representation of royal and princely power in medieval Europe.
The series of studies collected in theis book represent different approaches of their authors to the problem of privat life in the past.
Often in the Middle Ages corpse of a dead ruler became centre of intesive ritual activity. One of its specific forms was plundering of the dead body or/and exhibiting it naked without any sort of insignia. The author disputes with explanations of this custom proposed in academaic publications of the last decades and demonstrates new cases, concerning secular rulers, mainly kings of England.
This study describes different forrms of adventus ceremonies practicised around 1500 in local towns of the principality of Trier.