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Religion and the people, 800-1700 / edited by James Obelkevich.

; Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, [1979] .
ISBN 9780807813324, 080781332X

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Other Authors Obelkevich, Jim.
Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies.
Subjects Christian sociology -- Europe.
Europe -- Religious life and customs.
Europe -- Vie religieuse -- 600-1500 (Moyen Âge)
Godsdienst.
Middeleeuwen.
Sociologie religieuse -- Christianisme -- Europe -- Histoire -- 600-1500 (Moyen Âge)
Description 336 pages, [1] folded leaf of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes "Published under the auspices of the Shelby Cullom Davis Center for Historical Studies, Princeton University."
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction / James Obelkevich -- The ninth-century relic trade-- a response to popular piety? / Patrick J. Geary -- Popular religion and holy shrines-- their influence on the origins of the German Reformation and their role in German cultural development / Lionel Rothkrug -- Cheese and worms-- the cosmos of a sixteenth-century miller / Carlo Ginzburg -- The Catholic response to Protestantism-- church activity and popular piety in Rouen, 1560-1600 / Philip Benedict -- The wonderyear-- reformed preaching and iconoclasm in the Netherlands / Phyllis Mack -- The witches of the Cambrésis-- the acculturation of the rural world in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries / Robert Muchembled -- Witch hunting and the domino theory / H.C. Erik Midelfort.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3869877
(OCoLC)ocm03869877
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