Emperor of Culture:
Alfonso X the Learned of Castile
and His Thirteenth-Century Renaissance
edited by
Robert I. Burns, S.J.

List of Illustrations

Chapter One:  Stupor Mundi: Alfonso X of Castile, the Learned  by  Robert I. Burns, S. J.
Chapter Two: Image and Reality: The King Creates His Kingdom by  Joseph F. O' Callaghan
Chapter Three: Alfonso el Sabio and the Thirteenth-Century Spanish Language by  Lloyd Kasten
Chapter Four: Manuscript Illustration: The Cantigas in Contemporary Art Context  by  Ellen Kosmer and James F. Powers
Chapter Five: Jewish Collaborators in Alfonso's Scientific Work  by Norman Roth
Chapter Six: Drama, Ritual, and Incipient Opera in Alfonso's Cantigas  by  John E. Keller
Chapter Seven: Alfonso's Scriptorium and Chancery: Role of the Prologue in Bonding the Translatio Studii to the Translatio Potestatis by Anthony J. Cárdenas
Chapter Eight: The Road Through Roncesvalles: Alfonsine Formation of  Brunetto Latini and Dante--Diplomacy and Literature by Julia Bolton Holloway
Chapter Nine: Alfonso as Troubadour: The Fact and the Fiction by Joseph T. Snow
Chapter Ten: Alfonsine Historiography: The Literary Narrative  by Nancy Joe Dyer
Chapter Eleven: Melodic Survivals? Kurt Schindler and the Tune of Alfonso's Cantiga "Rosa das rosas" in Oral Tradition by Israel J. Katz
Chapter Twelve: The Legislative Works of Alfonso el Sabio by Jerry K. Craddock
Chapter Thirteen: In Search of a King: An Alfonsine Bibliology by Anthony J. Cárdenas


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