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The "Gregorian" Dialogues and the origins of Benedictine monasticism

Author: Francis Clark
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2003.
Series: Studies in the history of Christian thought, v. 108.
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This book condenses and updates the cogent case showing that Gregory the Great did not write the famous Dialogues traditionally ascribed to him. It throws much new light on early Benedictine history  Read more...

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Named Person: Gregory, Pope; Benedict, Saint Abbot of Monte Cassino.; Grégoire, pape; Benoît, saint abbé du Mont-Cassin; Papa GregÓrio I; SÃo Benedito; I ) Gregor (Papst; Gregorius, Papa; Benoît <saint, abbé du Mont-Cassin, ca 480-ca 547>; GregÓrio I, Papa <Ca. 540-604>; Grégoire <I, pape, ca 540-604> / Dialogues - Paternité littéraire.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Francis Clark
ISBN: 9004128492 9789004128491
OCLC Number: 50334224
Description: xii, 464 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: Pt. I. The Dialogues in the tide of time. --
Pt. II. Internal textual evidence of the non-Gregorian authorship of the Dialogues. --
Pt. III. External evidence of the non-Gregorian authorship of the Dialogues from other documents and from the history of Benedictine origins. --
Pt. IV. The dialogist and his legacy : retrospect and future prospect.
Series Title: Studies in the history of Christian thought, v. 108.
Responsibility: by Francis Clark.

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'For the last twenty years a British scholar named Francis Clark has carried out a relentless and effective attack on the Gregorian authorship of the Dialogues. I think he has proven his point...As Read more...

 
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