Two other socially significant passions, fear and joy, are in the focus of Wojtek Jezierski's contribution, which traces the importance of these emotions for the missionary communities on the southern and eastern Baltic shores, as expressed in the writings of Adam of Bremen, Helmold
of Bosau, and Henry of Livonia.
Wojtek Jezierski provides the only other contribution with a non-Scandinavian focus, undertaking an analysis of how festive hospitality is portrayed in Helmold
of Bosau's Chronica Slavorum.
Saint Bernard lui-meme, premier responsable de l'entreprise croisee, aurait affirme selon le chroniqueur Helmold
de Bosau que les nations barbares de l'Orient seraient amenees a la loi chretienne (44).
aastal, kui ruutel Helmold von Sagha asutas 100-margase vikaaria Puha Barbara kabelis, mis asus Niguliste kiriku surnuaial (in cimiterio beati Nicolai).
Uues kabelis oli ruumi juba kahele altarile, kuid Helmold von Sagha vikaaria (36) oli Barbara altari juures endiselt alles.
Massari, F., Conti, M.A., Fontana, D., Helmold
, K., Mariotti, N., Neri, C., Nicosia, U., Ori, G.G., Pasini, M., Pittau, P.
of Bosau, in a frequently quoted comment, was, however, much more explicit: 'It seemed to the organizers of the expedition that part of the army should be sent to eastern lands, part to Spain and a third part against the Slavs.' (59) Yet he stood alone in making such a statement, and his chronicle was written a generation after the expeditions he was describing.
Curiously, neither earlier not later sources record such conflation, but in the 1100s one can read such statements as, for example, Helmold
of Bosau: Quod si adieceris Ungariam in partem Slavaniae, ut quidam volunt, quia nec habitu nec lingua discrepat, eo usque latitudo Slavicae linguae succrescit, ut pene careat estimatione.
Aaremaad Rannu ja Sangaste-Karula vastavalt Johann von Dolenile ning Helmold