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Bodily and spiritual hygiene in medieval and early modern literature [online] : explorations of textual presentations of filth and water / edited by Albrecht Classen

Contributor(s): CLASSEN, Albrecht [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Fundamentals of medieval and early modern culture: 19Publisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 2017Description: 1 resursă online (vii, 615 p.).ISBN: 9783110523799.Subject(s): | DE-Istorie | DE-Sociologie | | istorie | aspecte sociale | igienă | cărți străine | cărți achiziții | cărți electroniceOnline resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil
Contents:
Introduction: Bathing, Health Care, Medicine, and Water in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age Treating the Condition of ‘Evil’ in the Anglo- Saxon Herbals Bald’s Leechbook and the Construction of Male Health in Anglo-Saxon England The Necessitas Naturae and Monastic Hygiene Caring for the Body and Soul with Water: Guerric of Igny’s Fourth Sermon on the Epiphany, Godfrey of Saint-Victor’s Fons Philosophiae, and Peter of Celle’s Letters Affected yet Untouched: Spatial Barriers and the Neurobehavioral Impact on Lepers Living with Limited Interpersonal Touch in the Middle Ages Elemental Well-Being: Water and Its Attributes in Selected Writings of Hildegard of Bingen and Georgius Agricola Potiones ad sanandum: Text as Remedy in a Medieval Latin Bestiary Troubled Waters: Bathing and Illicit Relations in Marie de France’s “Equitan” and in Flamenca The Liquids in Gottfried’s Tristan und Isolde: Focus of Nature and Locus of Illness and Healing The Ambiguous Effects of Water and Oil in Middle English Romance: Acknowledged and Ignored Lodestone and Litmus Test: Aqueous Presentations of Emotional Experience in Medieval and Renaissance Literature The Sonnet about Women who Marry in Old Age: Filth, Misogyny, and Depravity Si Odore Solo Locus Pestilentiosus Fiat: Private Property, Public Health and Environmental Hygiene – Advantages of the English Common Law of Nuisance over the Corpus Juris Civilis Mens Sana in Corpore Sanus: Water, Wellness, and Cleanliness in Five Fifteenth- Century Medical Manuals Water, Environment, and Dietetic Rules in Bohemian Sources of the Early Modern Times The ‘Dirty Middle Ages’: Bathing and Cleanliness in the Middle Ages. With an Emphasis on Medieval German Courtly Romances, Early Modern Novels, and Art History: Another Myth-Buster The Field Surgery Manual Which Became a Medical Commonplace Book: Hans von Gersdorff’s Feldtbuch der Wundarzney (1517) Translated into Low German The Role of Therapeutic Bathing in the Sixteenth Century and Its Contemporary Scientific Explanations Testing the Waters: Early Modern Studies
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Introduction: Bathing, Health Care, Medicine, and Water in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age Treating the Condition of ‘Evil’ in the Anglo- Saxon Herbals Bald’s Leechbook and the Construction of Male Health in Anglo-Saxon England The Necessitas Naturae and Monastic Hygiene Caring for the Body and Soul with Water: Guerric of Igny’s Fourth Sermon on the Epiphany, Godfrey of Saint-Victor’s Fons Philosophiae, and Peter of Celle’s Letters Affected yet Untouched: Spatial Barriers and the Neurobehavioral Impact on Lepers Living with Limited Interpersonal Touch in the Middle Ages Elemental Well-Being: Water and Its Attributes in Selected Writings of Hildegard of Bingen and Georgius Agricola Potiones ad sanandum: Text as Remedy in a Medieval Latin Bestiary Troubled Waters: Bathing and Illicit Relations in Marie de France’s “Equitan” and in Flamenca The Liquids in Gottfried’s Tristan und Isolde: Focus of Nature and Locus of Illness and Healing The Ambiguous Effects of Water and Oil in Middle English Romance: Acknowledged and Ignored Lodestone and Litmus Test: Aqueous Presentations of Emotional Experience in Medieval and Renaissance Literature The Sonnet about Women who Marry in Old Age: Filth, Misogyny, and Depravity Si Odore Solo Locus Pestilentiosus Fiat: Private Property, Public Health and Environmental Hygiene – Advantages of the English Common Law of Nuisance over the Corpus Juris Civilis Mens Sana in Corpore Sanus: Water, Wellness, and Cleanliness in Five Fifteenth- Century Medical Manuals Water, Environment, and Dietetic Rules in Bohemian Sources of the Early Modern Times The ‘Dirty Middle Ages’: Bathing and Cleanliness in the Middle Ages. With an Emphasis on Medieval German Courtly Romances, Early Modern Novels, and Art History: Another Myth-Buster The Field Surgery Manual Which Became a Medical Commonplace Book: Hans von Gersdorff’s Feldtbuch der Wundarzney (1517) Translated into Low German The Role of Therapeutic Bathing in the Sixteenth Century and Its Contemporary Scientific Explanations Testing the Waters: Early Modern Studies

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