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Animals in Medieval Contexts

ANIMALS IN MEDIEVAL CONTEXTS  

Trivent Publishing, H-1119 Budapest, Etele u. 59-61

DOI: 10.22618/TP.MAS

ISSN 3004-1015 (Print)

ISSN 3004-1023 (Online) 



SERIES EDITOR

Katherine S. Kanne, University College Dublin, kate.kanne@ucd.ie


HONORARY SERIES EDITORS

Alice Choyke, Central European University (Budapest/Vienna)

Gerhard Jaritz, Central European University (Budapest/Vienna)



ABOUT THE SERIES

Animals in Medieval Contexts is conceived to bring together scholars interested in the manifold ways humans have related to and depended on non-human animals for physical and spiritual existence in medieval Europe and beyond. The aim of the series is to bring together publications on all aspects of the animal-human relationship in the Middle Ages and Early Modern Age, exploring a variety of written, visual, and zooarchaeological sources. In cooperation with the Medieval Animal Data-Network (MAD), the series will also make peer-reviewed conference papers and proceedings available to a wider audience. Engaging traditional and emerging methodologies as well as perspectives in medieval studies, Animals in Medieval Contexts is envisaged as a forum to unlock the potential of interdisciplinary approaches to clarify the multifaceted, often mutual roles of animals and people in society.



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Edited by Katja Fält

Foreword by Gerhard Jaritz

Publication date: December, 2023

Pages: 176, colour

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