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Even supposing the subject of humor has been handled for different eras, early medieval humor is still principally overlooked. The essays amassed the following try to fill the distance, reading how the writers of early medieval assets intentionally hired humor to make their case. The essays diversity from the overdue Roman empire via to the 10th century, and from Byzantium to Anglo-Saxon England. the subject material is different, yet a couple of topics hyperlink them jointly, particularly using irony, ridicule and satire as political instruments.

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Wood (Brill, ). , ed. C. Halm (Berlin, ). , Sarah’s laughter when she hears that she is to have a child after menopause. Also Gen. . One genuine exception is Ecl. , tempus ridendi opposed to tempus flendi. See A. Rousselle, Porneia (Oxford, ), p. , citing Tertullian on the grim laughter of Christians contemplating the fate of pagans at the Last Judgement. . See The Name of the Rose, trans. W. Weaver (London, ), p. ’ And p. ’ See also Innes, below, pp. –. See Le Goff, ‘Le Rire’, pp.

Halsall, ‘Violence and society in the early medieval west: an introductory survey’, in Violence and Society in the Early Medieval West, ed. G. Halsall ( Woodbridge, ), pp.  –.  Below, ch. . Innes, below, p. . See J. L. Nelson, ‘Violence in the Carolingian world and the ritualization of ninth-century warfare’, in Violence and Society, ed. Halsall, pp. –, at p. ; P. Fouracre, ‘Carolingian justice: the rhetoric of improvement and contexts of abuse’, La giustizia nell’alto medioevo, secoli V–VIII (Settimane di Studi ) (Spoleto, ), pp.

Jerome as Satirist, p. . In the Confessions Augustine criticised the Manichees exploiting Persius’ recondite language. . St Augustine’s Confessions, ed. and trans. W. , London, ). The word aqualiculus was also picked up by Tertullian, Ieiun. : deus . . tibi venter est . . : Sancti Eusebii Hieronymi epistulae, CSEL –, ed. I. Hilberg and M. Kamptner, (Vienna, ); Commentariorun in Jeremiam Prophetan Libri VI, PL , cols. –. The same applies to sections of Prudentius’ theological polemics, such as the Contra Symmachum.

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