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By Sabrina Corbellini, Margriet Hoogvliet, Bart Ramakers

ISBN-10: 9004290389

ISBN-13: 9789004290389

The contributions to Discovering the Riches of the notice. non secular examining in past due Medieval and Early glossy Europe supply an cutting edge method of the examine of non secular interpreting from a protracted time period and geographically wide point of view, overlaying the interval from the 13th to the 17th century and with a particular concentrate on the 15th and the 16th centuries. tough conventional examine paradigms, the contributions argue that non secular analyzing during this "long 15th century" can be defined when it comes to continuity. They clarify that during spite of confessional divides, a number of studying practices endured to exist between medieval and early smooth readers, in addition to between Catholics and Protestants, and that the 2 teams every so often even shared an analogous non secular texts. participants contain: Elise Boillet, Sabrina Corbellini, Suzan Folkerts, Eleonore Fournie, Wim Francois, Margriet Hoogvliet, Ian Johnson, Hubert Meeus, Matti Peikola, Bart Ramakers, Elisabeth Salter, Lucy Wooding, and Federico Zuliani.

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Tijdschrift voor Letteren, Wetenschap en Kunst 6,2 (1879) 131–176. 2 Derolez A. , Corpus catalogorum Belgii: The medieval booklists of the Southern Low Countries vol. III: Counts of Flanders; Provinces of East Flanders, Antwerp and Limburg (Brussels: 1999) 116–120, nos. 24–28. P. van, “Maerlant voor stad en burgerij” in Pleij H. , Op belofte van profijt. Stadsliteratuur en burgermoraal in de Nederlandse letterkunde van de middeleeuwen (Amsterdam: 1991) 52–68, here 61–62. ��63/9789004290396_003 Approaching Lay Readership of Middle Dutch Bibles 19 medieval prohibitions of vernacular Bibles and Bible reading by laypersons, is very relevant to the current research theme of religious reading.

The story grows even more suspenseful. , “De Gentse staten van goed als bron voor de kennis van de materiële cultuur: moge­ lijkheden en beperkingen (Late middeleeuwen-vroege moderne tijden)”, in Daelemans F. ), Bronnen voor de geschiedenis van de materiële cultuur: Staten van goed en testamenten/ Sources pour l‘histoire de la culture materielle: Inventaires après décès et testaments. Handelingen van de studiedag te Bussel/ Actes de la journée d’étude de Bruxelles 24-10-1986, Archives et bibliothèques de Belgique/ Archief- en bibliotheekwezen in België: Numéro special/ Extranummer 25, 2 (Brussels: 1988) 51–73, here 51–52.

See also Derolez – Victor, Corpus catalogorum vol. III 116–117, nos. 24–25. 5 ‘ende oec van eenen bouke die heet Bestiaris en i Lucidaris, eenen Martijn, eenen dietsche van den Lantheeren en den Ewangelien in vlaemsch, mids dat Jan de Beere vors. de zelve bouke gheloofde te legghene onder den her Janne van Woelputte’. De Pauw, “Middeleeuwsche boekerijen” 152. 6 De Pauw suggests that the fifth, unspecified missing book concerns the vernacular Gospels. 10 In reality, the vernacular Bible was never generally forbidden, but Bible translators repeatedly testified in their prologues of the opposition of the clergy, even if they were respected clergymen or monks themselves.

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