Meens, R., Penance in medieval Europe, 600–1200 (2014) • CODECS: Online Database and e-Resources for Celtic Studies

Meens, R., Penance in medieval Europe, 600–1200 (2014)

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Meens (Rob) 2014a

Meens, Rob [Meens, R. M. J.], Penance in medieval Europe, 600–1200, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.

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Work Penance in medieval Europe, 600–1200
Place Cambridge
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Year 2014

Meens (Rob) 2014a

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“The Late Antique legacy”
“A new beginning? Penitential practice in the insular world”
“Insular texts on the move: penance in Francia and England”
“Penance and the Carolingian reforms”
“New penitential territories: the tenth and eleventh centuries”
“The twelfth century”
[Appendix 1] “The manuscripts of Theodore’s penitential”
[Appendix 2] “The manuscripts of the Excarpsus Cummeani
[Appendix 3] “The manuscripts of the Bede and Egbert penitentials”
[Appendix 4] “The manuscripts of Halitgar’s penitential”
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