Volume IV, Issue 1
Spring 2013

Feature Articles

Introduction: Mappings
By Asa Mittman, California State University, Chico, USA, & Dan Terkla, Illinois Weslyan University, USA, pp. 1-4

Burchard of Mount Sion and the Holy Land
By Ingrid Baumgärtner, Universität Kassel, pp. 5-41

Transfer of Knowledge: Mappae Mundi between Texts and Images
By Bettina Schöller, Universität Zürich, pp. 42-55

The so-called Genoese World Map of 1457: A Stepping Stone Towards Modern Cartography?
By Gerda Brunnlechner, FernUniversität in Hagen, pp. 56-80

The Noachide Dispersion in English Mappae Mundi c. 960 – c. 1130
By Marcia Kupfer, Independent Scholar, pp. 81-106

Augustus, Rome, Britain and Ireland on the Hereford mappa mundi: Imperium and Salvation
By Diarmiud Scully, University College Cork, pp. 107-133

Forking Paths? Matthew Paris, Jorge Luis Borges, and Maps of the Labyrinth
By Asa Simon Mittman, California State University, Chico, USA, pp. 134-160

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Exhibitions
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Teaching Medieval Art

--3-D Medieval Art & Architectural History

--Not your Father’s Medieval Art: Contemporary Medieval Inspiration and Interaction

--Databases: Libraries, Museums, Churches, Major Digitizing Projects

Discoveries

--Collection of ancient Jewish Manuscripts Found in Afghanistan Fox Cave

--Cross of St. Oran Reassembled for 1450th Anniversary

--Confirmed: Capitoline Wolf is Medieval (Romanesque), not Etruscan

--14th-Century Bishop's Seal Found in Field on Display at Museum

--Jersey team Discovers Medieval Priory

-- Cologne Archeological Dig Revives Ancient Jewish Heritage

--Six Centuries Ago, a Cat Walked across this Medieval Manuscript

--Early Printed Book Contains Rare Evidence of Medieval Spectacles

--Portrait of Louis I of Orléans Found in The Agony in the Garden

--Discovered: Scale Model of Florence Cathedral Dome

--16th-century Locket found by 3-year old on Display at the British Museum

-- Curses, Musical Scores, and Jonah: Archaeologists' Quest to Decipher Medieval Graffiti Scrawled of Norwich Cathedral

Cover Image: Map of the Holy Land, Cambridge, Corpus Christi College Library, MS 26, f. iii v-iv r.
Photo: by permission of the Master and Fellows of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge

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