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The Resource Holy bones holy dust : how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe, Charles Freeman

Holy bones holy dust : how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe, Charles Freeman

Label
Holy bones holy dust : how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe
Title
Holy bones holy dust
Title remainder
how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe
Statement of responsibility
Charles Freeman
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
SALS
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1947-
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Freeman, Charles
Dewey number
235.2
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Christian saints
  • Relics
Target audience
adult
Label
Holy bones holy dust : how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe, Charles Freeman
Instantiates
Publication
Note
First published in 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.How the Christian Relic Emerged -- 2.The Incorruptible Flesh of the Martyrs -- 3.Creating a Christian Landscape -- 4.The Battle for Acceptance -- 5.The View from Byzantium -- 6.Bishops, Magic and Relics in the Post-Roman World -- 7.`A barbarous, fierce and unbelieving nation' -- 8.The Great Consolidator -- 9.Hope and Desperation in a Disordered World -- 10.Cults and the Rise of Anti-Semitism -- 11.Fervent Christian Pilgrims -- 12.`The eyes are fed with gold-bedecked reliquaries' -- 13.Looting the East -- 14.Louis LX and the Sainte-Chapelle -- 15.Sacred Flesh Between Death and Resurrection -- 16.`Christ's recruits ... fight back' -- 17.Protectors of it Popolo -- 18.The Virgin Mary and the Penitent Whore -- 19.The Wondrous Blood of Christ -- 20.Rescuers and Devils -- 21.`Of far-off saints, hallowed in sundry lands' -- 22.`dead images that ... may not ... help any man of any disease' -- 23.Protestantism and the New Iconoclasm --
  • Contents note continued: 24.Intimations of Reality -- 25.Reasserting the Miraculous -- 26.Within the Community of the Supernatural
Control code
000050141848
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xv, 306 p., [16] p. of plates
Isbn
9780300184303
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)824121125
Label
Holy bones holy dust : how relics shaped the history of medieval Europe, Charles Freeman
Publication
Note
First published in 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.How the Christian Relic Emerged -- 2.The Incorruptible Flesh of the Martyrs -- 3.Creating a Christian Landscape -- 4.The Battle for Acceptance -- 5.The View from Byzantium -- 6.Bishops, Magic and Relics in the Post-Roman World -- 7.`A barbarous, fierce and unbelieving nation' -- 8.The Great Consolidator -- 9.Hope and Desperation in a Disordered World -- 10.Cults and the Rise of Anti-Semitism -- 11.Fervent Christian Pilgrims -- 12.`The eyes are fed with gold-bedecked reliquaries' -- 13.Looting the East -- 14.Louis LX and the Sainte-Chapelle -- 15.Sacred Flesh Between Death and Resurrection -- 16.`Christ's recruits ... fight back' -- 17.Protectors of it Popolo -- 18.The Virgin Mary and the Penitent Whore -- 19.The Wondrous Blood of Christ -- 20.Rescuers and Devils -- 21.`Of far-off saints, hallowed in sundry lands' -- 22.`dead images that ... may not ... help any man of any disease' -- 23.Protestantism and the New Iconoclasm --
  • Contents note continued: 24.Intimations of Reality -- 25.Reasserting the Miraculous -- 26.Within the Community of the Supernatural
Control code
000050141848
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xv, 306 p., [16] p. of plates
Isbn
9780300184303
Other physical details
ill., maps
System control number
(OCoLC)824121125

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