From pilgrimage to history: the Renaissance and global historicism
"In this study, John G. Demaray argues that modern global cultural historicism first arose, not in the eighteenth century as is commonly held, but in the Renaissance, out of the biblical and pilgrimage iconography of the medieval "Book of God's Works.""--BOOK JACKET.
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