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This bibliography contains the primary sources, printed primary sources and the interpretive studies of the book When Ego Was Imago: Signs of Identity in the Middle Ages. The relevance of modern theory for the interpretation of medieval artifacts is shown to depend upon the parallel existence of theoretical activity by the producers and users of such artifacts. In the cultural landscape of the central Middle Ages, the axes of iconicity, semantics and materiality traced by charters, seals, and by both concrete and metaphorical images of the imprint, dynamically shaped the boundaries within which a sense of self was formulated, modulated, experienced, and enacted. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order form A to Z.

Keywords: Imago; Middle Ages



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