Module II: Further Reading & Image Credits

Selected Bibliography for Further Reading

Pnina Arad, “Mapping Divinity: Holy Landscape in Maps of the Holy Land,” in Jerusalem as Narrative Space: Erzählraum Jerusalem (ed. A. Hoffmann and W. Gerhard; Leiden: Brill, 2012), 263-276.

Evelyn Edson, Mapping Time and Space: How Medieval Mapmakers Viewed their World (London: The British Library, 1997).

Paul D.A. Harvey, Medieval Maps (London: British Library Board, 1991).

Benjamin Kedar, “Reflections on Maps, Crusading, and Logistics,” in Logistics of Warfare in the Age of the Crusades (ed. John H. Pryor; Aldershot and Burlington: Ashgate, 2006), 159-184.

Bianca Kühnel, Galit Noga-Banai, and Hanna Vorholt, eds., Visual Constructs of Jerusalem (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2014).

Marcia Kupfer, “The Jerusalem Effect: Rethinking the Center in Medieval World Maps,” in Visual Constructs of Jerusalem (ed. B. Kühnel, G. Noga-Banai, and H. Vorholt; Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, 2014), 353-368.

Milka Levy-Rubin and Rehav Rubin, “The Image of the Holy City in Maps and Mapping,” in City of the Great King: Jerusalem from David to the Present (ed. N. Rosovsky; Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1996), 352 – 379.

Milka Levy-Rubin, “The Crusader Maps of Jerusalem,” in Knights of the Holy Land: The Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem (ed. S. Rozenberg; Jerusalem: 1999), 231-237.

Burke O. Long, Imagining the Holy Land: Maps, Models, and Fantasy Travels (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002).

Michele Piccirillo and EugenioAlliatta, ed., The Madaba Map Centenary 1897–1997: Travelling through the Byzantine Umayyad Period (Jerusalem: Franciscan Printing Press, 1999).

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