Monday, September 14, 2020

Open Access Journal: Mirabilia: Revista Eletrônica da Antiguidade e Idade Média / Eletronic Journal of Antiquity and Middle Ages

[First posted in AWOL 29 October 2013, updated 14 September 2020]

Mirabilia: Revista Eletrônica da Antiguidade e Idade Média / Eletronic Journal of Antiquity and Middle Ages
ISSN 1676-5818
The word Mirabilia in latin is a neutral plural adjective which means "admirable things" or "wonders" and comes from the verb mirare, to regard, look at. Therefore, this name evokes the admirable aspects of the ancient and the medieval times.

The Journal Mirablia is an on line publication which provides articles, documents and academic reviews produced by scholars of Ancient and Medieval History from all over the world interested in increase and debate their interests.

This publication is connected to the deeper concept of Cultural History, which is expressed in the relationship between History and the other fields of knowledge and centers its studies in the literaires, religious, philosophycal and artistical aspects of those areas and their relationship in time and space.

The Journal Mirabilia intends not only to unite the studies of different branches in human sciences, but also to link the areas of Ancient and Medieval History in Brazil. The reason of this ambition is a simple one: the Brazilian scholars and students have a great difficulty to access the sources and the recent publications, an habitual problem to the countries of the Third World. Therefore, by approaching the two areas and providing them with opportunity of reaching the research findings in Brazil and abroad, We intend to strenghten the Brazilian studies of Ancient and Medieval History, proportioning to a greater number of people the acess to the result of the researches currently developed.
Issues accepting papers

Mirabilia Journal 31 (2020/2)

Past issues



War and Disease: A Tale of Destruction

Special Issue

Coronavirus, Population Genetics, and Humanities

Coronavirus and Genetics: in no way a miracle

Coronavirus, Black Swans and Gray Rhinos

Special Issue 1

The papyri of The Book of Jannes and Jambres in the context of the lost Greek novels

War and Disease. Between Pericles´s Funeral Oration and the plague of Athens

Pain generates understanding: Fair War and Crusades

Disease, Sin and Soul Medicine in the preaching of Saint Anthony (c. 1195-1231)

The just war in St. Thomas de Aquinas and its reflections in History

The episode of the lepers in Jaufre

A fame et impidemia libera nos, Domine! Mortality Crisis in Medieval Europe A fame et impidemia libera nos, Domine!

Disease, War, Identities in a(nother) TV series on the Borgias


Much more than flesh and bones: the body and the relationship with God in the Hebrew Bible

The Christian itinerary according to Evagrius Ponticus: the reach of its exegetical projections on the Holy Scriptures in general, and on the book of Ecclesiastes in particular

The Hagiographical Relations between Byzantium and the West during the Middle Byzantine Period

Mirabilia Journal 27 (2018/2)

Past issues

Mirabilia 01 (2001)

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