Epigraphy in an intermedial context / Alessia Bauer, Elise Kleivane & Terje Spurkland, editors.
Contributor(s): Bauer, Alessia [editor.] | Kleivane, Elise [editor.] | Spurkland, Terje [editor.].Publisher: Dublin : Four Courts Press, Description: 216 pages : illustrations (black and white, and colour) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781846827167.Subject(s): Inscriptions, Norse -- Europe, Northern | Civilization, Viking -- Europe, Northern | Europe -- AntiquitiesDDC classification: 411.7
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Introduction: Old wine in new wineskins? / Terje Spurkland -- Philological considerations set in stone: looking again at the early medieval inscriptions of Wales / Anthony Harvey -- Roman script and runes in Anglo-Saxon inscriptions: an intermedial usage? / Elisabeth Okasha -- Coins and epigraphy: comments on literacy in eleventh-century Norway / Svein H. Gullbekk -- Haraldær stenmæstari - Haraldus magister: a case study on the interaction between runes and Roman script / Magnus Källström -- Fixed and fleeting? thoughts on the materiality and mediality of inscribed artefacts from medieval Bergen / Kristel Zilmer -- Epigraphic Ave Maria as evidence of medieval literacy / Elise Kleivane -- In the beginning was the Word ... new finds of lead amulets in Denmark / Lisbeth M. Imer & Rikke Steenholt Olesen -- A stone on paper: Intermediality and the Eggeby runic inscription / Marco Bianchi -- Runica manuscripta as an example of intermediality in manuscripts? / Alessia Bauer.
"Epigraphy refers to inscriptions on hard materials such as stone, metal and wood. As a discipline, it is often considered to be part of the literary sources written in a certain language or recorded in certain area." - Book cover