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Monastic Hospitality: Hardback: The Boydell Press: 9781843833260: 15 Nov 2007: Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ's injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book explores the practice and perception of monastic hospitality. Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ's injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book draws on a wide range of sources to explore the practice and perception of monastic hospitality in England c. 1070-c. 1250, an important and illuminating time in a European and an Anglo-Norman context; it examines the spiritual and worldly concerns compelling monasteries to exercise hospitality, alongside the administrative, financial and other implications of receiving and caring for guests. Analysis focuses on the great Benedictine houses of Southern England (Abingdon, Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, Reading, St Albans) for which a substantial and diverse body of material survives, but they are set in the context of other houses and other orders (chiefly the Cistercians) to show the wider picture in both England and Europe. JULIE KERR is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews. History Of Religion, , , , Monastic Hospitality, Julie Kerr, 9781843833260, Boydell & Brewer Ltd, , , , ,, [PU: Boydell & Brewer also Boydell Press]

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Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ´s injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book draws on a wide range of sources to explore the practice and perception of monastic hospitality in England c. 1070-c. 1250, an important and illuminating time in a European and an Anglo-Norman context; it examines the spiritual and worldly concerns compelling monasteries to exercise hospitality, alongside the administrative, financial and other implications of receiving and caring for guests. Analysis focuses on the great Benedictine houses of Southern England (Abingdon, Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, Reading, St Albans) for which a substantial and diverse body of material survives, but they are set in the context of other houses and other orders (chiefly the Cistercians) to show the wider picture in both England and Europet. Julie Kerr is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews. Monastic Hospitality: The Benedictines in England, c. 1070-c. 1250 Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 01.11.2007 Buch (fremdspr.), Boydell & Brewer Inc, .200

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Monastic Hospitality: The Benedictines in England, c. 1070-c. 1250 Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ's injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book draws on a wide range of sources to explore the practice and perception of monastic hospitality in England c. 1070-c. 1250, an important and illuminating time in a European and an Anglo-Norman context; it examines the spiritual and worldly concerns compelling monasteries to exercise hospitality, alongside the administrative, financial and other implications of receiving and caring for guests. Analysis focuses on the great Benedictine houses of Southern England (Abingdon, Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, Reading, St Albans) for which a substantial and diverse body of material survives, but they are set in the context of other houses and other orders (chiefly the Cistercians) to show the wider picture in both England and Europet. Julie Kerr is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-84383-326-0, Boydell & Brewer Inc

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Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ´s injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book draws on a wide range of sources to explore the practice and perception of monastic hospitality in England c. 1070-c. 1250, an important and illuminating time in a European and an Anglo-Norman context; it examines the spiritual and worldly concerns compelling monasteries to exercise hospitality, alongside the administrative, financial and other implications of receiving and caring for guests. Analysis focuses on the great Benedictine houses of Southern England (Abingdon, Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, Reading, St Albans) for which a substantial and diverse body of material survives, but they are set in the context of other houses and other orders (chiefly the Cistercians) to show the wider picture in both England and Europet. Julie Kerr is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews. Monastic Hospitality: The Benedictines in England, c. 1070-c. 1250 Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Boydell & Brewer Inc

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Monastic Hospitality: The Benedictines in England, c. 1070-c. 1250

Hospitality was an integral part of medieval monastic life. In receiving guests the monks were following Christ's injunction and adhering to the Rule of St Benedict, as well as taking on an important role within society and providing a valuable service for fellow religious. This book draws on a wide range of sources to explore the practice and perception of monastic hospitality in England c. 1070-c. 1250, an important and illuminating time in a European and an Anglo-Norman context; it examines the spiritual and worldly concerns compelling monasteries to exercise hospitality, alongside the administrative, financial and other implications of receiving and caring for guests. Analysis focuses on the great Benedictine houses of Southern England (Abingdon, Bury St Edmunds, Canterbury, Reading, St Albans) for which a substantial and diverse body of material survives, but they are set in the context of other houses and other orders (chiefly the Cistercians) to show the wider picture in both England and Europet. Julie Kerr is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of St Andrews.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781843833260
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1843833263
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Date de parution: 2007
Editeur: BOYDELL & BREWER INC
244 Pages
Poids: 0,721 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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