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Visions of the end : apocalyptic traditions in the Middle Ages / Bernard McGinn.

New York : Columbia University Press, 1979.
ISBN 9780231045940, 0231045948

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Other Authors McGinn, Bernard, 1937-
Subjects Apocalyptic literature.
Church history -- Middle Ages, 600-1500.
Church history -- Middle Ages.
End of the world -- History of doctrines.
Église -- Histoire -- 600-1500 (Moyen Âge)
Fin du monde -- Histoire des doctrines.
Littérature apocalyptique.
Millennium (Eschatology) -- History of doctrines.
Millénium -- Histoire des doctrines.
Series Records of civilization, sources and studies ; no. 96.
Description xvii, 377 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-363).
Contents The tiburtine sibyl -- Antichrist in the fifth century -- The legend of Alexander -- Pseudo-Ephraem -- Gregory the great -- Byzantine apocalyptic -- Pseudo-Methodius -- Beatus of Liébana -- Muspilli -- Adso's Letter on the Antichrist -- Apocalyptic and non-apocalyptic themes of the eleventh century -- Apocalypticism and the great reform -- Gerhoh of Reichersberg -- The ages of the church -- Imperial apocalyptic -- The erythraean sibyl -- Joachim of Fiore -- Moslems, Mongols, and the last days -- The Joachite movement before 1260 -- Frederick II vs. the papacy -- Merlin, the British seer -- The angelic pope -- Bonaventure's apocalyptic theology of history -- The Franciscan spirituals -- Arnald of Villanova -- Fra Dolcino and the apostolic brethren -- John of Rupescissa -- The Fraticelli -- Rome and Avignon during the captivity -- Political prophecies : French versus German imperial legends -- Apocalypticism, the great schism, and the conciliar movement -- The Hussite movement -- Germany on the eve of the reformation -- Savonarola and late medieval Italian apocalypticism -- Christopher Columbus.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4804709
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