Turismo de Galicia presents Number VII of the research journal on the Camino de Santiago and the world of pilgrimages, Ad Limina.
Edition Number VII of Ad Limina was coordinated by Professor Manuel Castiñeiras, member of the International Committee of Experts on the Camino de Santiago, with the intervention of several of its members – Simon Barton, Robert Plötz, Adeline Rucquoi and Manuel Castiñeiras- who will give reviews of some new publications on the Camino de Santiago.
The most relevant part of this number corresponds to the original articles signed by several researchers who sent their works from Galicia, Catalonia, Bari (Italy) and Edinburgh (United Kingdom).
Thus, it is composed of five articles and nine bibliographical reviews, highlighting the original work of Victoriano Nodar Fernández (University of Santiago de Compostela) “A possible representation of the Apostle Santiago on a capital of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in the light of the sermons of the Liber Sancti Iacobi”, Juan Antonio Olañeta Molina (Universitat de Barcelona) “Models, programmes and interpretation of the representation of Daniel in the lions’ den as an allegorical image of Christ Triumphant at some milestones of the Jacobean route “, Rosanna Bianco (Università degli Studi dice Bari) “Apulia in the Camino de Santiago. Worship and Iconography of Santiago de Compostela in Apulia”, Marta Ameijeiras Barros (The University of Edinburgh) “Mapping the cult of St James in England during the Middle Ages” and Miriam Elena Cortés López (University of Santiago de Compostela) “Before the gates of the Apostle. The stairways of the Plaza de la Quintana and the Plaza de las Platerías, in Santiago de Compostela”.