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The Seven Deadly Sins 13

Author : Nakaba Suzuki
ISBN : 9781682332436
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The Seven Deadly Sins 13

Author : Nakaba Suzuki
ISBN : 1632362163
Genre : Exiles
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A GRAND SACRIFICE The Seven Deadly Sins fight against Hendrickson in his new form as an evil god, and one by one, its members fall in the face of Hendrickson s fury even the mighty Meliodas. But just when it seems like all is lost, a mysterious figure courageously rises to save the day! And that valiant hero turns out to be a trusted friend and comrade!The prayers of a grief-stricken maiden awaken hidden powers, bringing miracles and hope back to life."

Insights And Interpretations

Author : Colum Hourihane
ISBN : 069109991X
Genre : Art
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Established in 1917, the Index of Christian Art, located at Princeton University, is now the largest archive of medieval art in existence and the most specialized resource for the iconographer. Throughout its eighty-five years, it has justly been recognized as one of the most learned institutions for the study of the art and culture of the medieval world. The essays in this book, all by staff or scholars of the archive, highlight some of the current research in the archive and the scholarship for which it has been widely renowned. The studies cover art from the Late Antique period to the end of the fifteenth century and include most of the media represented in the archive, from manuscripts to sculpture to glass. From reinterpreting previous scholarship to making new insights into the medieval mind, they explore such themes as Jephtha's Daughter; Mary Magdalene; Saints Blaise, Paul, Joseph, and Elisabeth of Hungary; and topics including women in the Bibles moralisées, Late German sermons, the iconographic program at Bourges Cathedral, Franciscan devotional art, and a late medieval Islamic manuscript. This volume presents some of the most exciting and interdisciplinary approaches to the study of these subjects, from the home of medieval iconography in Princeton. The contributors are Adelaide Bennett, Lois Drewer, Ivan Great, Judith Golden, Gerald Guest, Margaret Jennings, Margaret Lindsey, Mika Natif, Lynn Ransom, Pamela Sheingorn, and A. E. Wright.

The Seven Deadly Sins 19

Author : Nakaba Suzuki
ISBN : 1632363496
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Sin In Medieval And Early Modern Culture

Author : Richard G. Newhauser
ISBN : 9781903153413
Genre : History
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A fresh consideration of the enduring tradition of the Seven Deadly Sins, showing its continuing post-medieval influence.

The Seven Deadly Sins Of Obesity

Author : Jane Dixon
ISBN : IND:30000064281011
Genre : Social Science
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Argues that the skyrocketing increase in obesity levels is not caused by individuals’ moral weakness, but is due to modern society lacking the virtues necessary for people to adopt and maintain healthy behaviors. In a fresh and highly original approach, the book proceeds to identify a set of seven social and environmental ‘sins’ that characterize our contemporary world, and then describes how each impacts on the level of obesity.

Margaret Of York Simon Marmion And The Visions Of Tondal

Author : Thomas Kren
ISBN : 9780892362042
Genre : Art
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Presented at a symposium held in 1990 to celebrate the Getty Museum's acquisition of the only known illuminated copy of The Visions of Tondal, twenty essays address the celebrated bibliophilic activity of Margaret of York; the career of Simon Marmion, a favorite artist of the Burgundian court; and The Visions of Tondal in relation to illustrated visions of the Middle Ages. Contributors include Maryan Ainsworth, Wim Blockmans, Walter Cahn, Albert Derolez, Peter Dinzelbacher, Rainald Grosshans, Sandra Hindman, Martin Lowry, Nigel Morgan, and Nigel Palmer.

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