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The Art of Law

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Twenty New Contributions to the Upcoming Research Field of Historical Legal Iconology
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    Chapter 2 The Exhibition The Art of Law. Three Centuries of Justice Depicted
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    Chapter 3 The Mirror Axiom: Legal Iconology and The Lure of Reflection
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    Chapter 4 Changes in Late-Medieval Artistic Representations of Hell in the Last Judgment in North-Central Italy, ca. 1300–1400: A Visual Trick?
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    Chapter 5 Medieval Iconography of Justice in a European Periphery: The Case of Sweden, ca. 1250–1550
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    Chapter 6 Justitia, Examples and Allegories of Justice, and Courts in Flemish Tapestry, 1450–1550
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    Chapter 7 The Judgment of Cambyses: A Rich Iconographical Topic with Multiple Sources and a Long Tradition
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    Chapter 8 Multi-layered Functions of Early Modern Courtroom Equipment: Lüneburg for Example
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    Chapter 9 Civic Bodies and their Identification with Justice and Law in Early Modern Flemish Portraiture
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    Chapter 10 Lawyers and Litigants: The Corrupting Appeal and Effects of Civil Litigation in Hendrick Goltzius’ Litis abusus
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    Chapter 11 The Paradoxes of Lady Justice’s Blindfold
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    Chapter 12 Framing the Law: Joos de Damhouder and the Legal Iconology of the Grotesque
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    Chapter 13 The Mechanical Art of Rhetoric in an Ordinary Sixteenth Century German Formulary
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    Chapter 14 Liberté, égalité, fraternité ou la mort. The Iconography of Injustice in the Work of Pierre Goetsbloets
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    Chapter 15 Works of Art as a Form of Criminal Punishment in the Low Countries (14th–17th C.)
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    Chapter 16 “ut experiri et scire posset”: Pictorial Evidence and Judicial Inquiry in Hans Fries’ Kleiner Johannes Altar
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    Chapter 17 A Ghostly Corpse in the City? Spatial Configurations and Iconographic Representations of Capital Punishment in the ‘Belgian’ Space (16th–20th C.)
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    Chapter 18 Joseph-Jonas Dumont’s Prison Gatehouses: Architecture Parlante in Neo-Tudor Style
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    Chapter 19 Experiencing Justice in the Cour d’assises of Brabant (1893–1913): A Place of Education and Entertainment
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    Chapter 20 The Judge, the Artist and the (Legal) Historian: Théophile Smekens, Pieter Van der Ouderaa, Pieter Génard and the Antwerp cour d’assises
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    Chapter 21 Depictions of Justice in the Colonial Courts of British India: The Judicial Iconography of the Bombay High Court
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Title
The Art of Law
Published by
Springer International Publishing, September 2018
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-90787-1
ISBNs
978-3-31-990786-4, 978-3-31-990787-1
Editors

Stefan Huygebaert, Georges Martyn, Vanessa Paumen, Eric Bousmar, Xavier Rousseaux

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