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Europe – to the decree on the cult of saints, relics, and images promulgated by the Council of Trent in late 1563. This last point – the focus of my analysis – is by no means self-evident, as Sander did not cite the decree explicitly in his Treatise , while his Latin work contains only brief references

In: Imago and Contemplatio in the Visual Arts and Literature (1400–1700)
In: Art in Dispute
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The Council of Trent (Latin Concilium Tridentinum) was the definitive ecclesiastical council (Council [ecclesiastical]) of the early modern period. With interruptions, it met in Trent (Latin Tridentum, Italian Trento) from 1545 to 1563. Its decrees, approved by the papacy, were too late to stem the

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1. Definition and background The Council of Trent (Latin  Concilium Tridentinum ) was the definitive ecclesiastical council ( Council [ecclesiastical] ) of the early modern period. With interruptions, it met in Trent (Latin Tridentum , Italian Trento