Piety and plague : from Byzantium to the Baroque / edited by Franco Mormando, Thomas Worcester
- Sixteenth century essays & studies series; 78
- The literature of plague and the anxieties of piety in sixth-century Byzantium / Anthony Kaldellis -- Mice, arrows, and tumors : medieval plague iconography north of the Alps / Pamela Berger -- Visualizing death : medieval plagues and the macabre / Elina Gertsman -- The making of a plague saint : Saint Sebastian's imagery and cult before the Counter-Reformation / Sheila Barker -- Protestants and plague : the case of the 1562/63 pest in Nuremberg / Ronald K. Rittgers -- The Canker Friar : piety and intrigue in an era of new diseases / William Eamon -- Poussin's the Plague at Ashdod : a work of art in multiple contexts / Elisabeth Hipp -- Plague as spiritual medicine and medicine as spiritual metaphor : three treatises by Etienne Binet, S.J. (1569-1639) / Thomas Worcester -- Pestilence, apostasy, and heresy in seventeenth-century Rome : deciphering Michael Sweerts' Plague in an ancient city / Franco Mormando.
- 9781931112734 (hardback : alk. paper) and 1931112738 (hardback : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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