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61. Journal of Early Modern Studies: Volume > 6 > Issue: 1
Alexandru Mexi Early Modern Garden Design Concepts and Twentieth Century Royal Gardens in Romania: Peleş Castle and the Mannerist Landscape
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Built in between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century in a mountainous region in Romania, the Peleş Castle and its gardens were conceived according to the mid sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries landscape design principles. Thus, the surrounding landscape, the park and gardens at the royal residence in Sinaia make up an overall image of a Mannerist landscape in which the Villa or, in this case, the castle, is integrated in a complex allegorical, alchemical and political programme. To explore this chronologically incongruent design and to explore gardening principles perhaps invisible in plain sight for modern eyes, the following study aims to emphasize the presence of early modern Western European gardens in the design of the park and gardens at Peleş. This analysis will also reveal the various ways in which, by manipulating nature according to Late Renaissance and Mannerism principles, nature was staged to achieve political goals.
62. Journal of Early Modern Studies: Volume > 6 > Issue: 1
Gabriel R. Ricci Science, Art and the Classical World in the Botanizing Travels of William Bartram
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William Bartram would accompany his botanizing father, John, into the wilderness and he would famously memorialize his own explorations with an account that mixed romantic conventions with natural history and Quaker theology. William’s interior life corresponds to the spirit of Virgil’s Eclogues with its promise of the resto­ration of a Golden Age, replete with bucolic scenes of shepherds tending their flocks and singing nature’s praises. This paper addresses some of the political interpretations that Bartram’s work has received and argues that William was focused on a distant past which he was introduced to through the classical curriculum at the newly founded Academy of Philadelphia (1752). William’s curriculum guaranteed an introduction to the conventions of the sublime and the picturesque, since Addison’s Spectator was also required reading and he was well-versed in Linnaean nomenclature, but wherever William botanized his observations of the natural world were framed by classical literature. His tour of ancient Indian ruins where he imagined an Areopagus and a space free of strife and bloodshed is a dramatic example of William’s habit of importing a place defined by classical literature into his natural history.
63. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Fred C. Robinson Anglo-Saxon Studies: Present State and Future Prospects
64. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Sandro Sticca Praefatio Editoris
65. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Daniel P. Poteet II Condition, Contrast, and Division in the Ludus Coventriae "Woman Taken in Adultery"
66. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Joseph Szövérffy Marginal Notes on a New Edition of the Hymnarius Paraclitensis
67. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Clifford Davidson After the Fall: Design in the Old Testament Plays in the York Cycle
68. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
John F. Stephens Andrew the Chaplain and the Social Significance of Medieval Romanticism
69. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Susan L. Clark, Julian N. Wasserman Decameron 2.4: The Journey of the Hero
70. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Josiah C. Russell Death Along the Deer Trails
71. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Joseph B. Trahern, Jr. An Old English Verse Paraphrase of Matthew 25:41
72. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Contributors
73. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Helen Rodnite Lemay Guillaume De Conches' Division of Philosophy in the Accessus Ad Macrobium
74. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
James W. Marchand The "Credo" of Þrandir i Gotu
75. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Douglas Radcliff-Umstead The Catharists and the Failure of Community
76. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Larry S. Crist, Roger J. Steiner Musica Verbis Concordet: Medieval French Lyric Poems with their Music (a Discography)
77. Mediaevalia: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Mary E. Shaner The Fall of Nature in a Group of Kentish Poppyheads
78. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Calvin B. Kendall Dry Bones in a Cathedral: The Story of the Theft of Bede's Relics and the Translation of Cuthbert Into the Cathedral of Durham in 1104
79. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Susan M. Babbitt Nicole Oresme: The Limits of Imagination
80. Mediaevalia: Volume > 10
Richard W. Pfaff Some Anglo-Saxon Sources for the "Theological Windows" at Canterbury Cathedral