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Rethinking the Pseudo‐Eligius sermon collection

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Rethinking the Pseudo‐Eligius sermon collection

Auteurs : James Mccune [Royaume-Uni]

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Abstract

St Eligius of Noyon (d. 660) has been credited with the authorship of a collection of sixteen sermons since their publication in the sixteenth century. However, this article demonstrates through a detailed analysis of the sources used in these sermons that the collection cannot have been composed before the end of the ninth century. The sermons were written to be preached by a bishop in the vernacular to a mixed audience of clergy and laity. This article also shows how the sermons for Maundy Thursday can shed light on the theory and practice of public penance in the late Carolingian church.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-0254.2008.00238.x


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