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Cecilia(Marianne Cecilia)1970-lccn-n50074520RichardIKing of England1157-1199lccn-n79115386LouisXIKing of France1423-1483lccn-n79043619CharlemagneEmperor742-814lccn-n80015526FrederickIIHoly Roman Emperor1194-1250lccn-n79032202JustinianIEmperor of the East483?-565lccn-n50036493Dahmus, Joseph Henry1909-LouisIXKing of France1214-1270HistorySourcesCatalogsIllustrationsExhibition catalogsApologetic worksControversial literatureLouis--IX,--King of France,FranceCrusadesKings and rulersCrusades (Seventh : 1248-1250)Crusades (Fourth : 1202-1204)Turkey--IstanbulEurope--Latin Empire, 1204-1261CultsChristian saintsBiography--Middle AgesIllumination of books and manuscripts, GothicRichard--I,--King of England,Church and stateKings and rulers--Religious aspectsHenry--II,--King of England,Charlemagne,--Emperor,Louis--XI,--King of France,Justinian--I,--Emperor of the East,Frederick--II,--Holy Roman Emperor,Hārūn al-Rashīd,--Caliph,Crusades (Eighth : 1270)Mexico--San Miguel de AllendeChristian patron saintsOtomi Indians--ReligionFasts and feastsMexico--San Luis de la PazHoly WeekOtomi Indians--Social life and customsIllumination of books and manuscripts, FrenchJoinville, Jean,--sire de,Canonization--Political aspectsArt patronageCrusader artArchitecture, GothicChurch architectureVillehardouin, Geoffroi de,Bible.--Old TestamentBibleCourts and courtiersArchitectureArt, GothicArt and stateSainte-Chapelle (Paris, France)RelicsJesus ChristBibliothèque nationale (France)Liturgics--TextsPsautier de saint LouisPsalters1214127012281246124812531256125712621269130013671490151015161517152815411561158915961597160916101611161516171618162016221627162816321637164116491650165116531656165816591663166616681671167216811685168716881689169016911695169717051706170917131715172117231724172517261727172917301732173417351736173717381741174217431744174617471748174917501751175617571758176117631765176617671768176917711772177417751776177817791782178517861787178817891790179317941798180718101815181618171818181918211822182318241825182618271830183118361837183918401841184218431844184618471848185018511853185418551857185818591860186118641865186618671868186918701871187218731874187518761877187818791880188118821883188418851886188718881889189018911892189318941895189618971898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151917191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014255948531650940.4D151ocn462472887ocn462472873ocn462472413ocn463118802ocn461772466ocn462472842ocn760963973ocn461469527ocn462426314ocn843605121ocn661942885ocn661729164ocn767443730ocn843597642ocn843597641ocn843597640ocn843597639ocn765535968ocn469964250ocn012878100ocn262038449ocn185478852ocn185477121ocn6905250522322ocn005449146book19790.88O'Connell, DavidThe instructions of Saint Louis : a critical textHistorySources742ocn462313966book19740.53LouisLes Propos de saint Louis693ocn004615895book19020.84Bibliothèque nationale (France)Psautier de saint Louis. Reproduction réduite des 92 miniatures du manuscrit latin 10525 de la Bibliothèque nationaleIllustrations393ocn002569199book19020.86Catholic ChurchLe Psautier de Saint LouisIllustrations393ocn017379830book18300.93PhilipCérémonies des gages de batailles : selon les constitutions du bon roi Philippe de France : répresentées en onzes figures : suivies d'Instructions sur la manière dont se doivent faire empereurs, rois ... chevaliers : avec les avisemens et ordonnances de guerre231ocn045571119book0.94Biblia de San LuisIllustrations192ocn007708744book18880.66RichardChronicles of the Crusades : being contemporary narratives of the crusade of Richard Coeur de LionHistorySources171ocn070846764rcrd20050.82Catholic ChurchAd vesperas Sancti Ludovici Regis Franciæ Antiphonaire des Invalides 1682172ocn041454295book0.92Die Kreuzritterbibel = The Morgan Crusader Bible = La Bible des croisadesIllustrations[Bd. 1] is facsim. recreation of the picture Bible of Saint Louis, the complete ms., of which 43 sheets are at the Pierpont Morgan Library, N.Y. (MS M.638); 2 sheets are at the Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris (Ms. nouv. acq. lat. 2294); 1 sheet is at the Jean Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles (83. MA. 55)172ocn034526177book19950.94Die Bibel Ludwigs des Heiligen : vollständige Faksimile-Ausgabe im Originalformat von MS M.240 der Pierpont Morgan Library, New YorkIllustrations162ocn000767831book18300.77FranceCérémonies des gages de bataille selon les constitutions du roi Philippe de France, représentées en onze figures; suivies d'instructions sur la manière dont se doivent faire empereurs, rois, ducs, etc.; avec les avisemens et ordonnances de guerre publiées d'après le manuscrit de la bibliothèque du roi131ocn270926649book20020.84The book of kings : art, war, and the Morgan Library's medieval picture bibleHistoryCatalogsExhibition catalogs"The Morgan Picture Bible was designed to bring selected Old Testament stories into the 13th-century, the time of its original audience. The creators' original intention was to make these stories not only powerful and meaningful, but as appealing and entertaining as possible by placing biblical heroes in contemporary castles, cathedrals, and other daily settings."--Amazon+-+5167948546131ocn016464472book16370.98Dv Franc-alev et origine des droicts seignevriavx : avec les loix donnees av pays d'Albigeois par Simon Comte de Montfort, l'an 1212 : ensemble les vsages & coustumes donnees par le roy S. Lovys, à la ville d'Aigues-mortes, l'an 1246 : et les anciennes coustumes de Lorris données par le roy Lovys, le grosHistorySources121ocn665155675file19020.53Miniatures du Psautier de s. Louis manuscrit lat. 76 A de la bibliothèque de l'Université de Leyde. Édition phototypique111ocn025229330book18730.95Jehiel ben JosephṾikuaḥ Rabenu Yeḥiʼel mi-Paris asher hayah lo ʻim meshumad eḥad lifne ha-melekh Ludṿig ha-teshiʻi mi-Tsarfat ... ṿe-nilṿeh elaṿ shir be-derekh tokheḥah ʻal seder ha-parashiyot me-et R. Mosheh ben Avraham Meʼir AṿinyonApologetic worksControversial literature112ocn018352541score19450.79De Lamarter, EricFestival prelude : in honor of St. Louis, King of France : for the organ112ocn003054444book19440.66LouisSaint Louis enseignements à son fils aîné91ocn299539516book18810.47Joinville, JeanHistoire de Saint Louis91ocn034967549rcrd19950.93Farnborough AbbeyLætabunda a Mass for Saint Louis : Gregorian chant and music by Langlais and Duruflé82ocn832738585book16880.29Filleau de la Chaise, JeanHistoire de S. Louis : divisée en XV. livres162130ocn000346844book19080.50Villehardouin, Geoffroi deMemoirs of the crusadesHistoryThe Memoirs of Villehardouin and Joinville, here reproduced in an English form, are the first in date, those of Villehardouin having been written probably in the days of our King John, early in the thirteenth century; while those of Joinville were completed about a century later, in October 1309, shortly after our Edward II had begun to reign. Both are monuments of the French language, and of French prose, at an early stage of development. Both are written by eye-witnesses who had taken an important part, in the case of Villehardouin a very important part, in what they describe. Both deal with stirring episodes in one of the most stirring chapters in human history, the chapter that tells how, for some three centuries, Christendom put forth its power to capture, and again recapture, "those holy fields over whose acres walked those blessed feet which, fourteen hundred years ago, were nailed, for our advantage, on the bitter cross," and both serve to illustrate the varied motives that went to the initiation and maintenance of that great movement. - Introduction101513ocn233549178book19630.35Shaw, Margaret R. BChronicles of the CrusadesHistoryFrom the Publisher: Two famous, firsthand accounts of the holy war in the Middle Ages. Originally composed in Old French, the two chronicles brought together here offer some of the most vivid and reliable accounts of the Crusades from a Western perspective. Villehardouin's Conquest of Constantinople, distinguished by its simplicity and lucidity, recounts the controversial Fourth Crusade, which descended into an all-out attack on the Eastern Christians of Byzantium. In Life of Saint Louis, Joinville draws on his close attachment to King Louis IX of France to recall his campaigning in the Holy Land. Together these narratives comprise a fascinating window on events that, for all their remoteness, offer startling similarities to our own age+-+63449959659702ocn000186475book19670.26Dahmus, Joseph HenrySeven medieval kingsHistoryBiography9552ocn000271105book19680.30Labarge, Margaret WadeSaint Louis : Louis IX, most Christian King of FranceBiographyBiography of the medieval king with an account of the crusades he conducted7754ocn005028961book19790.56Jordan, William CLouis IX and the challenge of the Crusade : a study in rulership7706ocn229020955book19960.66Le Goff, JacquesSaint LouisBiography"Armed with the considerable resources of the nouvel historien, Jacques Le Goff mines existing materials about Saint Louis to forge a new historical biography of the king. Part of his ambitious project is to reconstruct the mental universe of the thirteenth century: Le Goff describes the scholastic and intellectual background of Louis' reign and, most importantly, he discusses methodology and the interpretation of written sources - their composition, provenance, and reliability."+-+66388531757424ocn488485738file20090.56Lastra, YolandaAdoring the saints fiestas in central Mexico+-+453462747562639ocn002272569book18480.66RichardChronicles of the Crusades : being contemporary narratives of the crusade of Richard Coeur de LionHistorySources+-+62348289966215ocn181602159book20080.66Gaposchkin, M. CeciliaThe making of Saint Louis : kingship, sanctity, and crusade in the later Middle AgesHistoryChurch history"Canonized in 1297 as Saint Louis, King Louis IX of France (r. 1226-1270) was one of the most important kings of medieval history and also one of the foremost saints of the later Middle Ages. As a saint, Louis became the centerpiece of an ideological program that buttressed the ongoing political consolidation of France and underscored Capetian claims of sacred kingship. M. Cecilia Gaposchkin reconstructs and analyzes the process that led to the monarch's canonization and the consolidation and spread of his cult."--Jacket+-+25009965355367ocn000616205book19650.66Branner, RobertSt. Louis and the court style in Gothic architectureHistory4954ocn023286702book19920.63Richard, JeanSaint Louis : Crusader King of FranceBiographyThis is an English-language edition of Jean Richard's acclaimed study of Saint Louis (1214-70), firmly established as the classic modern life of one of the greatest figures in medieval history. It is, however, more than simply a biography. Saint Louis consists essentially of a skillful interweaving of personal details, French history, Capetian dynastic history, international relations within the West, and relations between the West and the Near East (with Louis' crusades as focal points). Jean Richard's canvas is thus a broad one, as it has to be if the impact and role of Saint Louis are to be appreciated, precisely because the range and scope of his actions were themselves so braod. Saint Louis is also a splendid evocation of the way in which contemporary politics were perceived and conducted, its analysis carefully rooted in the material substance and ideological persuasions which underlay them. Jean Richard offers a sustained exploration of many of the crucial components of the thirteenth-century world, with much to say about the emergence of the territorial unity of the French state under authority of the Capetian dynasty, the extension of that dynasty's influence into the Mediterranean, the history of the Latin East and the crusade--the preparations for, and experience of which, conditioned so much of Louis' thought and practical actions. Indeed the crusade is inseparable from his royal persona, just as the history of the crusading movements in the thirteenth century is inseparable from him. This English-language edition has been translated by Jean Birrell, and adapted for anglophone readers by Simon Lloyd, who has also provided a supplementary bibliography of English-language works. Saint Louis is a figure of perennial interest, and the appearance of this acclaimed study in this accessible format will enable large numbers of both specialist and non-specialist readers to engage at first hand with one of the great lives of medieval history4748ocn001058073book19550.56Joinville, JeanThe life of St. Louis3823ocn037782869book19980.74Weiss, Daniel HArt and Crusade in the age of Saint LouisIllustrations"The reign of Louis IX is widely recognized as one of the most important in the history of medieval France. Art and Crusade in the Age of Saint Louis examines the art patronage of the French king during the formative period of his reign. Focusing on the Sainte-Chapelle - the palace chapel and reliquary constructed in Paris - and on the Arsenal Old Testament - an illuminated Bible made to commemorate the king's disastrous crusade to the Holy Land - Daniel Weiss examines these works within their social, political, and religious contexts. This study offers a new perspective on the meaning of art produced during a defining moment in the history of medieval France and, more generally, thirteenth-century society, both the Byzantine east and the Latin west."--Jacket+-+05867167053655ocn813285739file20120.74Blessed Louis, the most glorious of kings texts relating to the cult of Saint Louis of FranceHistoryChurch historySources"Louis IX, king of France from 1226 to 1270 and twice crusader, was canonized in 1297. He was the last king canonized during the medieval period, and was both one of the most important saints and one of the most important kings of the later Middle Ages. In Blessed Louis, the Most Glorious of Kings: Texts Relating to the Cult of Saint Louis of France, M. Cecilia Gaposchkin presents six previously untranslated texts that informed medieval views of St. Louis IX: two little-known but early and important vitae of Saint Louis; two unedited sermons by the Parisian preacher Jacob of Lausanne (d. 1322); and a liturgical office and proper mass in his honor - the most commonly used liturgical texts composed for Louis' feast day - which were widely copied, read, and disseminated in the Middle Ages. Gaposchkin's aim is to present to a diverse readership the Louis as he was known and experienced in the Middle Ages: a saint celebrated by the faithful for his virtue and his deeds. She offers for the first time to English readers a typical hagiographical view of Saint Louis, one in counterbalance to that set forth in Jean of Joinville's Life of Saint Louis. Although Joinville's Life has dominated our views of Louis, Joinville's famous account was virtually unknown beyond the French royal court in the Middle Ages and was not printed until the sixteenth century. His portrayal of Louis as an individual and deeply charismatic personality is remarkable, but it is fundamentally unrepresentative of the medieval understanding of Louis. The texts that Gaposchkin translates give immediate access to the reasons why medieval Christians took Louis to be a saint; the texts, and the image of Saint Louis presented in them, she argues, must be understood within the context of the developing history of sanctity and sainthood at the end of the Middle Ages."--Project Muse36013ocn003768091book19000.63Perry, FrederickSaint Louis (Louis IX. of France) the most Christian kingBiography+-+15365495663243493ocn137324988book20080.74Stahl, HarveyPicturing kingship : history and painting in the Psalter of Saint LouisIllustrations"Picturing Kingship presents the first art-historical study of the personal prayerbook of King Louis IX. The book approaches the Saint Louis Psalter through a rich range of perspectives and methodologies and positions it within the contexts of its production and use. Not only is the manuscript's production and structure given detailed study, but the king's ways of handling his prayerbook - his habits of reading, looking, and praying are also set forth in a narrative of his view of his sacred responsibilities as king."--Jacket+-+28137562752834ocn000460309book19680.70Labarge, Margaret WadeSaint Louis: the life of Louis IX of FranceBiography2773ocn039013800book19990.84Zink, MichelThe invention of literary subjectivityHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcIn The Invention of Literary Subjectivity, Michel Zink traces the rise of subjectivity in the lyrics of the French medieval period and examines both biographies and histories written by Abelard, Raymond Lulle, and Joinville. Between the realms of allegory and the claims of royal privilege, between the spiritual inheritance of scriptures and the secular appeal of epics and songs, Zink observes, a literature emerged that delighted in expressing personality and points of view+-+521403653526514ocn003750051book19770.82Joinville, JeanLa vie de Saint Louis : le témoignage de Jehan, seigneur de Joinville : texte du XIVe siecleChurch historyBiographyUne édition critique de la chronique de Joinville relatant les paroles et les faits du roi Saint Louis. Un document qui éclaire la personnalité de Louis IX, et qui permet de mieux appréhender la 7e croisade ainsi que les rapports entre la société médiévale occidentale et la civilisation arabe2627ocn001107836book19310.79Guillaume de Saint-PathusLes miracles de saint Louis+-+5167948546+-+5167948546Thu Oct 16 15:05:59 EDT 2014batch63861