The Western calendar tradition is dominated by the Roman antecedents in many respects. This holds true for the names of the months and their length, for the mechanisms of intercalation and last but not...
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- Resistance to Order and Authority (ROAR)
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- Visibility of religious difference in Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean
- Historiography of the Perception of Islam through Manuscripts, Korans and their Displacement
- Imperial Mysticisms: Piety and Power in Early Modern Empires from a Global Perspective
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- “Distinctiones” in the context of medieval preaching
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