Religion in Social Context in Europe and America, 1200-1700

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Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2002 - History - 590 pages
Addressing practices in Europe and colonial Central and South America, the 22 papers collected here survey various religious practices that show the power of popular religion. Among the topics are four articles on the magi and the adaptation of their role into religious practice in the New World, the elevation to sainthood of the boys of Tlaxcala t

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Diocesan Synods in Late Medieval Italy
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The Liber Divisionis
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Rome on the Eve of the Great Schism
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