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Author: J.K. Kitchen

? , pp. 633–37; A.E. Clark, China’s Saints: Catholic Martyrdom During the Qing (1644–1911) , Bethlehem, PA, 2011, p. 110–11. 11 P. Camporesi, The Incorruptible Flesh: Bodily Mutation and Mortification in Religion and Folklore , Cambridge, 1988; Laqueur, Work of the Dead , pp. 35–54. H. Thurston, The

In: Hagiography and the History of Latin Christendom, 500–1500
Author: Lars Hermanson

chivalrous caste from the eleventh to the twelfth century. R.W. Southern, 1951 , p. 13. 8 A parallel to this can be found in China under the Northern Song dynasty. As in Europe, the period from the mid tenth century to the twelfth century saw the emergence of a new well-educated elite who based their

In: Friendship, Love, and Brotherhood in Medieval Northern Europe, c. 1000-1200
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics
In: Mandarins and Heretics