Medieval Cult of Saints, the

The medieval cult of saints: formations and transformations explores the politacal economy and visual topography of the cult of saint in Medieval Europe. Especially in the eleventh and twelfth centuries, litugies for veneration of saints were incorporated into public spectacles staged in sumptuous architecture and coordinated with market fairs that attracted audiences of locals and […]

Contest of Christian and Muslim Spain 1031 – 1157

This book draws upon the latest research findings to chart 130 years of Spanish history, from the fall of the caliphate to the rise and decline of the Hispanic Empire. It is the first account of the period to integrate Christian and Muslim Spain. The autor depicts and analyses the variour societies, cultures and governments […]

Miracles of Saint James, The

The 22 miracles associated with S. James from book II of the Codex Calixtinus are presented here in English translation, including the famous miracle of the hanged boy, who revives when his father returns from his pilgrimage to Santaigo de Compostela. The introduction analuzes the types, places, and recipients of the miracles and discusses the […]

St. James

S. James is the reference exhibition of the series of initiatives promotes by the Xacobeo 99 Paln. It is, at the same time, the greatest exhibition ever held analyzing the Galician and international scope of Jacobean worship

Santiago, saint of two worlds

This lovely exhibition catalogue is devoted to the history and contemporary presence of St. James, or Santiago as he is called in Spanish, whose exploits continue to be celebrated in Spain and the United States. The transcultural significance of this figure makes the book an appropriate addition to the Columbus Quincentenary celebration. This book presents […]

Pseudo-Turpín, el

Colección Científica Actas del VI Congreso International de Estudios Jacobeos