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Paganism in the Middle Ages : threat and fascination, edited by Carlos Steel, John Marenbon, Werner Verbeke

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Paganism in the Middle Ages : threat and fascination
Title
Paganism in the Middle Ages
Title remainder
threat and fascination
Statement of responsibility
edited by Carlos Steel, John Marenbon, Werner Verbeke
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Summary
In this volume the persistence, resurgence, threat, fascination, and repression of various forms of pagan culture are studied in an interdisciplinary perspective from late antiquity to the emergent Renaissance. Contributions deal with the survival of pagan beliefs and practices, as well as with the Christianization of pagan rural populations or with the different strategies of oppression of pagan beliefs. The authors examine problems raised by the encounter with pagan cultures outside the Muslim world and show how philosophers contrived to 'save'' the great philosophers and poets from ancient
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299
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Index
no index present
LC call number
BL432 .P34 2012
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Verbeke, Werner
  • Marenbon, John
  • Steel, Carlos
Series statement
Medievalia Lovaniensia. Series I / Studia
Series volume
43
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  • Classical antiquities
  • Paganism
  • Paganism
  • Religion
Label
Paganism in the Middle Ages : threat and fascination, edited by Carlos Steel, John Marenbon, Werner Verbeke
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online resource
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text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
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Contents
  • Paganism in the Middle Ages; Copyright; Contents ; Introduction; The Spooky Heritage of ancient Paganisms ; 1. Starting with the Heimskringla Saga; 2. Omnipresence of pagan Reminiscences; 3. Filling the Gaps; 4. Essence and Representation of God and Spirits; 5. Intermediaries; 6. Taboo; 7. Objects; a. Amulets, Charms; b. Potions and Food; 8. Beliefs; a. Signs and Gestures; b. Horoscope and Astrology; 9. Rituals; a. Prayers, Curses, Spells ; b. Magic; 10. Conclusion; De-Paganizing Philosophy; Christians in Search of a Philosophy; Platonism at the Defence of Pagan Religion
  • The Liberation of Philosophy from Paganism or a Worse form of Slavery?Augustine's Ideal of the Unity of True Philosophy and True Religion; Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy; Eriugena on the Identity of True Philosophy and True Religion; A Problem of Paganism; Albertus Magnus Über Die Philosophi Theologizungen Und Die Natürlichen Voraussetzungen Postmortaler Glückseigkeit: Versuch Einer Bestandsaufnahme ; I; II; III; Le Chieval Dans Les Croyances Germaniques Entre Paganisme et Christianisme; I. Le Cheval Dans La Religion Germanique Ancienne
  • II. Qu'est-ce Que Le Passage au Christianisme a Changé?Eléments De Rupture; A. La Disparition De L'offrande Funéraire Du Cheval; B. Les Conflits Autour Du Sacrifice Du Cheval En Scandinavie à La Fin Du Paganisme; Formes de Continuité; A. Le Cheval Est Resté Présent Dans La Liturgie Et La Lrédication Chrétiennes; B. La Permanence De Certaines Pratiques; C. Des Rites Clandestins; Des Pratiques Sacrificielles Secrètes; La Symbolique Du Cheval Dans La Magie Médiévale
  • Martyrs, Relics and Holy Places: The Christanization of the Countryside in the Archdiocese of Rheims during the Merovingian PeriodLemarignier's 'Gaule Monastique' and 'Gaule Conciliaire'; The Process of Christianization in the Archdiocese of Rheims; The Cycle of Rictiovarus; The Life of St Eligius; In Search of an Alternative Christian Landscape: Martyrial Basilicas in the Countryside of the Archdiocese of Rheims?; Paganisme et Cute Reliques: Le Topos du Sang Vivifiant la Végétation; La Force Vivante Qui Réside Dans Les Reliques; Sang et Végétation; Les Reliques et La Végétation Revivifée
  • Le Sang et La Végétation: un Topos De La Mythologie PaïenneThunder over Lyon: Agobard, the Tempestarii and Christianity; Tempestarii; Pagan Priests?; Conclusion; The ''Pagan'' Dirc Van Delf; Winterstuc V (edition: 2, 22-24); Winterstuc XVIII (edition: 2, 87-101); Winterstuc XXXIII (edition: 2, 239-248); Somerstuc XIV (edition: 3, 499-512); I. Sapientia (lines 20-80); II. Justitia (lines 81-147); III. Fortitudo (animi) (lines 148-215); IV. Temperantia (lines 216-302); I. Amor (513, l. 19-39); A. (513, 19-39); B. (514, l. 40-60); C. (515, 61-74).; II. FIDES (edition: 3, 515, 75-108)
Control code
899261706
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 250 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789461661173
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
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not applicable
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)899261706
Label
Paganism in the Middle Ages : threat and fascination, edited by Carlos Steel, John Marenbon, Werner Verbeke
Publication
Antecedent source
not applicable
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Paganism in the Middle Ages; Copyright; Contents ; Introduction; The Spooky Heritage of ancient Paganisms ; 1. Starting with the Heimskringla Saga; 2. Omnipresence of pagan Reminiscences; 3. Filling the Gaps; 4. Essence and Representation of God and Spirits; 5. Intermediaries; 6. Taboo; 7. Objects; a. Amulets, Charms; b. Potions and Food; 8. Beliefs; a. Signs and Gestures; b. Horoscope and Astrology; 9. Rituals; a. Prayers, Curses, Spells ; b. Magic; 10. Conclusion; De-Paganizing Philosophy; Christians in Search of a Philosophy; Platonism at the Defence of Pagan Religion
  • The Liberation of Philosophy from Paganism or a Worse form of Slavery?Augustine's Ideal of the Unity of True Philosophy and True Religion; Boethius' Consolation of Philosophy; Eriugena on the Identity of True Philosophy and True Religion; A Problem of Paganism; Albertus Magnus Über Die Philosophi Theologizungen Und Die Natürlichen Voraussetzungen Postmortaler Glückseigkeit: Versuch Einer Bestandsaufnahme ; I; II; III; Le Chieval Dans Les Croyances Germaniques Entre Paganisme et Christianisme; I. Le Cheval Dans La Religion Germanique Ancienne
  • II. Qu'est-ce Que Le Passage au Christianisme a Changé?Eléments De Rupture; A. La Disparition De L'offrande Funéraire Du Cheval; B. Les Conflits Autour Du Sacrifice Du Cheval En Scandinavie à La Fin Du Paganisme; Formes de Continuité; A. Le Cheval Est Resté Présent Dans La Liturgie Et La Lrédication Chrétiennes; B. La Permanence De Certaines Pratiques; C. Des Rites Clandestins; Des Pratiques Sacrificielles Secrètes; La Symbolique Du Cheval Dans La Magie Médiévale
  • Martyrs, Relics and Holy Places: The Christanization of the Countryside in the Archdiocese of Rheims during the Merovingian PeriodLemarignier's 'Gaule Monastique' and 'Gaule Conciliaire'; The Process of Christianization in the Archdiocese of Rheims; The Cycle of Rictiovarus; The Life of St Eligius; In Search of an Alternative Christian Landscape: Martyrial Basilicas in the Countryside of the Archdiocese of Rheims?; Paganisme et Cute Reliques: Le Topos du Sang Vivifiant la Végétation; La Force Vivante Qui Réside Dans Les Reliques; Sang et Végétation; Les Reliques et La Végétation Revivifée
  • Le Sang et La Végétation: un Topos De La Mythologie PaïenneThunder over Lyon: Agobard, the Tempestarii and Christianity; Tempestarii; Pagan Priests?; Conclusion; The ''Pagan'' Dirc Van Delf; Winterstuc V (edition: 2, 22-24); Winterstuc XVIII (edition: 2, 87-101); Winterstuc XXXIII (edition: 2, 239-248); Somerstuc XIV (edition: 3, 499-512); I. Sapientia (lines 20-80); II. Justitia (lines 81-147); III. Fortitudo (animi) (lines 148-215); IV. Temperantia (lines 216-302); I. Amor (513, l. 19-39); A. (513, 19-39); B. (514, l. 40-60); C. (515, 61-74).; II. FIDES (edition: 3, 515, 75-108)
Control code
899261706
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 250 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789461661173
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)899261706

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