Changing Minds

Changing Minds

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Changing Minds. Communication and Influence in the High and Later Middle Ages. Edited by Christian Krötzl Miikka Tamminen
Foundation Institutum Romanum Finlandiae
Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae 39
s.l. 2013, 178 pp.


Articles: iLari Ahokas/i, Remembering the Tyrant. Memory of the Early Abbots of Farfa in the Works of Gregory of Catino; iTeemu Immonen/i, Communicative Aspects of Eremitical Life in the Tenth- and Eleventh-Century Italy; iPekka Tolonen/i, The Secret Lineage of Mathilda of Lappion? On Saintly Women, Men and their Proponents in Thirteenth-Century Northern France and Flanders; iChristian Krötzl/i, Fama volat. On Propagation, Decision-Making and Influence in the Later Middle Ages; iJussi Hanska/i, From Historical Event to Didactic Story. Medieval Miracle Stories as a Means of Communication; iMarika Räsänen/i, Making a Saint for the Monastery of Fossanova. The Dispute on the Ownership of the Corpse of Saint Thomas Aquinas at the Time of His Canonisation (1323); iMiikka Tamminen/i, Saracens, Schismatics and Heretics in Jacques de Vitrys iHistoria Orientalis/i. Criticism, Messages and the Use of Sources; iKirsi Salonen/i, Illegal Business with Non-Christians and Pilgrims to the Holy Sepulchre. The Apostolic Penitentiary and the Contacts of Christians with Non-Christians during the Pontificate of Pope Pius II (1458‒1464).


ISBN 978-88-7140-515-5
ISSN 0538-2270