Rome re-imagined twelfth-century Jews, Christians and Muslims encounter the Eternal City /
|Other Authors / Creators:||Hamilton, Louis I.|
|Imprint:||Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2011.|
Christians > Italy > Rome > History > To 1500.
|Online Access:||Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.|
|Summary:||This collection examines the image of Rome through Arabic, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, and Persian descriptions of the eternal city. Placing the twelfth-century renaissance into a Mediterranean context. The city of Rome is revealed as a multi-vocal object of desire and a contested ideal.|
|Item Description:||Two sets of page numbers given; one bracketed, one not. The bracketed set relates to the page numbering of this volume.|
"Special offprint of Medieval encounters volume 17/4-5 (2011)"--Cover.
"This special issue of Medieval encounters is the result of a conference held at Drew University in the spring of 2008 and sponsored by Drew University and the Drew University Center on Religion, Culture and Conflict (CRCC)"--Pages 158-159.
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references and index.|