The Miracles of St. John Capistran

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Fig. 2.1.Ground-plan of the fortified town of Ilok40
Fig. 2.2.Ground-plan of the Franciscan church and convent in Ilok as they looked the mid-fifteenth century42
Fig. 2.3.Magyar-speaking parts of the kingdom of Hungary-Croatia at the end of the Middle Ages47
Fig. 3.1.Ilok. ca. 182065
Fig. 4.1.The page-layouts of the corresponding N fol. 153v–l 54r and P fol. 20rv98
Fig. 4.2.The quantitative relation between N and Ia102
Fig. 4.3.Chronological relationship of the three early collections of Capistran's posthumous miracles114
Fig. 4.4.Naples, Biblioteca Nazionale, codex VIII.B.35. fol I02v–103r129
Fig. 4.5.Three classes of the miracles according to the number of versions132
Fig. 4.6.Three groups distinguished among 39 miracles narrated in two versions132
Fig. 4.7.Three groups distinguished among 229 miracles, each narrated in a single version132
Fig. 5.1.The church of Ilok after the prolongation of the nave in 1468156
Fig. 5.2.The fresco drawing from 1468 in the Observant church of Olomouc158
Fig. 5.3.The presentation of the miracle collections in the codices of Sant'Isidoro and in Kaizer's Testimonia170
Fig. 5.4.The transmission of the account of the miraculous resurrection first noted inN#l66andIa#136182
Fig. 7.1.Schematic representation of the characteristic scenarios in Capistran's posthumous miracle stories231
Fig. 7.2.Types of miracle-soliciting practices245

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