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Nicole Reinhardt

Frühen Neuzeit vols. I-III , ed. Norbert Brieskorn and Markus Riedenauer (Stuttgart, 2000-2003); seminal Adriano Prosperi, “I cristiani e la guerra: una controversia fra ‘500 e ‘700,” Rivista di Storia e Letteratura Religiosa 30 (1994): 54-83; on the adaptation of Augustinian coordinates, James Turner

Paul Otto

Dutch records until 1626, referring to the 1622 event. Earlier Dutch (and English) terms were limited to linguistic adaptations—using the very familiar term beads or the word used in the West Indian trade, coraelen , to refer to wampum. In fact, sewant came from Algonquian speakers—most likely

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Lotte Hellinga

straightforward purchase, but instead consider that the type was made available on a temporary basis. Although some minor adaptations were made to the type to render it suitable for printing in English (such as a high English w and the English contraction Æ), the type was not used again by Wynkyn de Worde

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Lotte Hellinga

stumbling over texts in Latin, to enunciate distinctly, clearly and elegantly. Bale lists ten plays that Radcliff had written himself, ranging from comedies and tragedies to plays on biblical subjects, but also notes adaptations of tales from the Decameron (Titus and Gisippus, Griseldis) and Melibeus fom

Bronwen Wilson and Angela Vanhaelen

prototypes. Stressing a process of ceaseless transformation and adaptation, this case study explores the on-going creation and re-creation of forms that cannot be assigned to a single region and its cultural traditions. As with “Amerasia,” inaccuracies were repeated in the realm of representation for

Timothy A. Turner

inclined to interpret the scene in light of Marlowe’s adaptation of the military handbooks he consulted. 2 Likewise, in his brief discussion of Calyphas, Robert A. Logan describes the character as “articulate and self-aware” and suggests that he “ chooses not to fulfill the manly gender role that his

-Reformation Christianity but also adaptations, revivals, and distinctly Protestant fashions, such as Luther images or magical uses of the Bible. Yet unlike Catholicism, the Reformed world lacked the conceptual framework within which to interpret acceptable forms of sacred intervention in the natural world. Medieval

Christopher Markiewicz

of their activities in the world, while its purpose is study of the conditions of outstanding individuals ( aʿyān ). 55 The adaptation of this technical approach was directed toward locating history within the classification of the sciences, for in the first chapter of the work, Ījī identifies

Claire Bosc-Tiessé

Ethiopian Painting: Indigenous Developments, the In fl uence of Foreign Models and Their Adaptation from the 13th to the 19th Century (Wiesbaden, 1983), 242. 57 Bosc-Tiessé, Art, Église et royauté , 335-38. But such parallels with divine models aim not only to undergird the uncertain royal power of the boy

sections on Mexican history, tribute payments, and daily life, it provides, as the editors aptly put it, "a kind of Rosetta stone for Mesoamerican studies." In 1992, the Codex Mendoza was published in a highly praised four- volume edition, of which the present book is a one-volume adaptation. The 1997