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Miracles and pilgrims popular beliefs in medieval England

Miracles and pilgrims popular beliefs in medieval England

Author: Ronald C Finucane
Publisher: New York St. Martin's Pr. 1995
Edition/Format:   Print book : 1. paperback edView all editions and formats

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ronald C Finucane
ISBN: 0312125283 9780312125288
OCLC Number: 1068147452
Description: 248 S. graph. Darst., Kt.
Contents: List of Illustrations and Maps - Introduction - PART 1: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND - Dark Age Christianity: Miracles in the Missionary Epoch -The Holy Dead and their Relics - Pilgrims' Progress and Wonder Tales - PART 2: ENGLISH SHRINES AND PILGRIMS - Faith-Healing: Medicine and Miracle - Saintly Therapy in Action: Shrine-cures and Home-cures - Recording and Sorting Posthumous Miracles - Murders and Miracle-cults in Twelfth-century England - Saints, Sickness and Snobbery: Shrines and their Clientele - Maps and Miracles: The Geography of Pilgrimage -The Changing Fortunes of a Curative Shrine: St. Thomas Cantilupe - PART 3: THE END OF THE MIDDLE AGES AND THE REFORMATION - Shifting Loyalties: New Shrines and Old Saints at the end of the Middle Ages - The Destruction of the Shrines - Conclusion - Abbreviations - Notes - Select Bibliography - Index
Responsibility: Ronald C. Finucane.


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