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Saracens, Demons, & Jews: Making Monsters in Medieval Art

£200.00

Product description

Published 2003. In excellent condition: dust jacket and board clean and undamaged, all pages clean and unmarked.

During the crusades, Ethiopians, Jews, Muslims, and Mongols were branded enemies of the Christendom. Illustrated with strikingly imaginative and still disturbing images, this book reveals the outrageously pejorative ways these rejected social groups were represented in virtually all media. Explores and to elucidates the artistic means by which boundaries were effectively blurred between imaginary monsters and rejected social groups.

Item details

Author(s):
Strickland, Debra Higgs
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
203.2x254
EAN-13:
9780691057194
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0691057194
ISBN-13:
9780691057194
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Princeton University Press
Title:
Saracens, Demons, & Jews: Making Monsters in Medieval Art

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Published 2003. In excellent condition: dust jacket and board clean and undamaged, all pages clean and unmarked.

During the crusades, Ethiopians, Jews, Muslims, and Mongols were branded enemies of the Christendom. Illustrated with strikingly imaginative and still disturbing images, this book reveals the outrageously pejorative ways these rejected social groups were represented in virtually all media. Explores and to elucidates the artistic means by which boundaries were effectively blurred between imaginary monsters and rejected social groups.

Author(s):
Strickland, Debra Higgs
Condition:
As new
Dimensions:
203.2x254
EAN-13:
9780691057194
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0691057194
ISBN-13:
9780691057194
Number of items:
1
Number of pages:
336
Publisher:
Princeton University Press
Title:
Saracens, Demons, & Jews: Making Monsters in Medieval Art

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