Manufacturing a Past for the Present: Forgery and Authenticity in Medievalist Texts and Objects in Nineteenth-Century Europe

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BRILL, 2014. nov. 6. - 360 oldal
Manufacturing a Past for the Present contains a series of essays on forgeries and manipulated texts and objects mainly in the service of modern nations emerging during the long nineteenth century, and reflections on the related debates on authenticity.
 

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Romantic Lies about the Glorious Past of the Czech Nation
3
The Case of Toldy and Hanka Hermeneutically Reconsidered
31
Chapter 3 The Kalevala and the Authenticity Debate
56
Chapter 4 János Aranys Csaba Trilogy and Arnold Ipolyis Hungarian Mythology
81
Chapter 5 From the Anonymous Gesta to the Flight of Zalán by Vörösmarty
96
Part 2 Inventing a Past
107
Chapter 6 Forging the Cuman Law Forging an Identity
109
Chapter 7 Invented Middle Ages in Nineteenthcentury Hungary The Forgeries of Sámuel Literáti Nemes
129
Chapter 9 On Firkowicz Forgeries and Forging Jewish Identities
156
Fakes and Fantasies
171
Ancient Vase Forgeries
173
Chapter 11 Agilulf The Nonexistent Knight and the Forging of the Italian Germanic Past
224
Material Evidence and Participatory Past in NineteenthCentury Lithuania
267
Chapter 13 Time Stopped The Openair Museum Skansen of Artur Hazelius
287
A Forgery?
307
Index of Proper Names
317

The Case of Karl Benedict Hase
144

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