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Work ID number BITAGAP texid 3824
Authors Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela
Incipit & Explicits texto: Quem crer na Virgem Santa [Mettmann 107]
Date / Place escrito/a 1250 ca. - 1282 ca.
Text Type: Poesia
Associated Persons Refere: Marisaltos (Localização Segóvia)
References (most recent first) Pittaway (2018-05-22), 'Infidels', 'traitors' and 'that ugly bearded crew': fear and loathing in the Cantigas de Santa Maria (CSM article 5/6)
Barton (2015), Conquerors, Brides, and Concubines: Interfaith Relations and Social Power in Medieval Iberia 58
Medrano del Pozo (2015), “‘Marisaltos', la judia segoviana protagonista de la cantiga CVII de Alfonso X el Sabio”, Iacobus. Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales 33-34:95-128
Szászdi León-Borja (2015), “La Cantiga de Santa Maria del Salto. Estudio jurídico de una ordalía”, Iacobus. Revista de Estudios Jacobeos y Medievales 33-34:129-36
Lipton (2014), Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography 209-13, 219
Teijeira et al. (2014), Reyes y prelados. La creación artística en los reinos de León y Castilla (1050-1500) 225
Patton (2012), Art of Estrangement: Redefining Jews in Reconquest Spain 144-46, 147 (fig. 72) , 168
Bedoll (2011), “Social Alienation and Political Subversion: Anti-Judaism in Medieval Spanish Music”, Jessica F. 22-23
Beneito de Pedro (2009), “Elementos de Reconquista: Moras y judías en la Cantigas de Alfonso X”, eHumanista 12:87-106
Montero Santalha (2008), “A estrutura métrica de algumas das Cantigas de Santa Maria”, Agália 93-94:87-134
Ray (2006), The Sephardic Frontier: The "Reconquista" and the Jewish Community in Medieval Iberia 169 , n. (gralha 197 para 107)
Parkinson (2005), Centre for the Study of the Cantigas de Santa Maria of Oxford University: Poem List , n. 107
Prado-Vilar (2005), “The Gothic Anamorphic Gaze: Regarding the Worth of Others”, Under the Influence: Questioning the Comparative in Medieval Castile 96
Prieto de la Iglesia et al. (1997), “La Cantiga 107 de Alfonso X y el proceso de transformación de la leyenda de María del Salto”, Estudios Segovianos 38:155-226
Mirrer (1996), Women, Jews, and Muslims in the Texts of Reconquest Castile 31-44
Filgueira Valverde (1992), “Os xudeos nas Cantigas de Santa María”, Sétimo Adral 172-73
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Keller (1959), “Folklore in the Cantigas of Alfonso el Sabio”, Southern Folklore Quarterly 23:175-83
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Subject Segóvia
Poesia - Incipit
Poesia - Até 1351 - Religiosa - Cantigas de Santa Maria
Judeus
Conversão religiosa
Number of Witnesses 2
ID no. of Witness 1 cnum 5492
City, library, collection & call number San Lorenzo de El Escorial: Real Biblioteca del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, T. I. 1 [Códice Rico] [MS T] (BITAGAP manid 1090)
Copied 1250 ? - 1300 ?
1271 ad quo (Ferreira)
1272 - 1278 (Chico Picaza)
Location in witness f. 153v
Title(s) Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela, “Quem crer na Virgem Santa [Mettmann 107]”, escrito/a 1250 ca. - 1282 ca.
Incipit & Explicits texto: Qven creuer na uirgen santa
glosa: Dest'un miragr'en uerdade
Poetic Stanza 1 x 2, 14 x 6
References Lipton (2014), Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography 209-13, 219
Teijeira et al. (2014), Reyes y prelados. La creación artística en los reinos de León y Castilla (1050-1500) 225
Patton (2012), Art of Estrangement: Redefining Jews in Reconquest Spain 144-46, 147 (fig. 72), 168
Prado-Vilar (2005), “The Gothic Anamorphic Gaze: Regarding the Worth of Others”, Under the Influence: Questioning the Comparative in Medieval Castile 96
Note Min., f. 154r
ID no. of Witness 2 cnum 5491
City, library, collection & call number San Lorenzo de El Escorial: Real Biblioteca del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial, B. I. 2 [Códice de los Músicos] [MS E] (BITAGAP manid 1087)
Copied Iohannes Gundisalvi ?, 1252 - 1300
1281 ad quo (Ferreira)
1272 - 1283 (Chico Picaza)
Location in witness f. 116r-116v
Title(s) Alfonso X, Rei de Leão e Castela, “Quem crer na Virgem Santa [Mettmann 107]”, escrito/a 1250 ca. - 1282 ca.
Incipit & Explicits texto: Quen creuer na uirgen santa
glosa: Dest'un miragr'en uerdade
Poetic Stanza 1 x 2, 14 x 6
References Alfonso X et al. (1959-72), Cantigas de Santa Maria 2:19-21 , n. 107
Record Status Created 1989-05-30
Updated 2019-05-09