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Sacred history : uses of the Christian past in the Renaissance world

Author: Katherine Elliot Van Liere; Simon Ditchfield; Howard Louthan
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume provides the first geographically broad, comparative survey of early modern 'sacred history', or writing on the history of the Christian Church, its leaders and saints, and its institutional and doctrinal developments, in the two centuries from c. 1450-1650. With deep medieval roots, ecclesiastical history was generally a conservative enterprise, often serving to reinforce confessional, national,
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Genre/Form: Church history
History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Katherine Elliot Van Liere; Simon Ditchfield; Howard Louthan
ISBN: 9780199594795 0199594791
OCLC Number: 754711922
Description: xvi, 339 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. I. Church history in the Renaissance and Reformation. Church history in early modern Europe : tradition and innovation / Anthony Grafton --
Primitivism, patristics, and polemic in Protestant visions of early Christianity / Euan Cameron --
Cesare Baronio and the Roman Catholic vision of the early church / Giuseppe Antonio Guazzelli --
What was sacred history? (mostly Roman) Catholic uses of the Christian past after Trent / Simon Ditchfield --
pt. II. National history and sacred history. The Germania illustrata, humanist history, and the christianization of Germany / David J. Collins, S.J. --
Renaissance chroniclers and the Apostolic origins of Spanish Christianity / Katherine Elliot Van Liere --
Imagining Christian origins : Catholic visions of a holy past in central Europe / Howard P. Louthan --
Elizabethan histories of English Christian origins / Rosamund Oates --
Reconstructing Irish Catholic history after the Reformation / Salvador Ryan --
pt. III. Uses of sacred history in the early modern Catholic world. The lives of the Saints in the French Renaissance c.1500-c.1650 / Jean-Marie Le Gall --
Doubting Thomas : the apostle and the Portuguese empire in early modern Asia / Liam Matthew Brockey --
Cultural history in the catacombs : early Christian art and Macarius's Hagioglypta / Irina Orgyshkevich --
Scholarly pilgrims : antiquarian visions of the Holy Land / Adam G. Beaver.
Responsibility: edited by Katherine van Liere, Simon Ditchfield, and Howard Louthan.
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