7 edition of Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders (York Medieval Texts) found in the catalog.
November 10, 2005 by York Medieval Press .
Written in English
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Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders. Book Description: The creation of a past for themselves was of pressing importance to religious communities, enabling them to increase their status and legitimise their existence.
This book examines the process in a group of communities from the. The creation of a past for themselves was of pressing importance to religious communities, enabling them to increase their status and legitimise their existence.
This book examines the process in a group of communities from the southern part of Flanders (the monks of Saint-Bertin at Saint-Omer, the community of Saint-Rictrude at Marchiennes and the canons of Saint-Amé at Douai) over a period.
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This book examines the process in a. Karine Ugé. Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval : York Medieval Press. xv, $Author: Felice Lifshitz. Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders Hardcover – Dec 11 by Karine Ug é (Author) out of 5 stars 1 Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders book.
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Karine Uge. 30 Dec Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining Author: Karine Uge. Career. Arnulf II, born aboutwas the son of Baldwin III, Count of Flanders and Mathilde.
She was the daughter of Herman, Duke of Saxony. His father Baldwin III died in when Arnulf was just an infant. His grandfather, Arnulf I, was still alive and ruling Flanders.
When Arnulf I died three years later (), the regency was held by his kinsman Baldwin Balso. Creating the Monastic Past in Medieval Flanders The creation of a past for themselves was of pressing importance to religious communities, enabling them to Brand: Boydell & Brewer, Limited.
Creating the monastic past in medieval Flanders. [Part II: The hagiographic cycle of St Rictrude.] York Medieval Press, van Houts, Elisabeth. “Gender, memories and prophecies in medieval Europe,” in Medieval narrative sources. Arnulf of Flanders (c. –), called the Great, was a French nobleman and the third count of ruled from until his death.
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