The authoritative volume on medieval authorities.
This volume offers case studies which reflect the variety of trajectories, concerns, actors and factors that contributed to the fashioning of the postmortem and lasting authority of historical persons in premodern intellectual history: a time span of two millennia. The cultural and religious history from Antiquity through the Renaissance may be read through the lens […]
via Publication – “Shaping Authority. How Did a Person Become an Authority in Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Renaissance?”, éd. S. Boodts, J. Leemans, B. Meijns — RMBLF.be
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