The Letters of Peter of Celle

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - History - 777 pages
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Peter of Celle was a figure of great authority and influence in twelfth-century France. His letters offer a unique insight into the ideals and values of the monastic world at a critical turning point for western religion. This is the first translation of his correspondence and the first complete modern edition, with full scholarly apparatus and a historical introduction.
 

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Contents

ABBREVIATIONS xl
xi
INTRODUCTION
xix
The Textual Tradition of the Letters
xxxiv
This Edition Ivi
lvi
The Disputed Election at SaintMeendeGael
695
Eskil of Lund and the establishment of
703
o Bishop Fulk and the mission to Estonia
719
the feast of the Conception of the Blessed Virgin
727
ADDENDUM
737
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Julian Haseldine is at University of Hull. Julian Haseldine is at University of Hull.

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