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Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage, c.1100-1500

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Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage, c.1100-1500 examines one of the most popular expressions of religious belief in medieval Europe-from the promotion of particular sites for political, religious, and financial reasons to the experience of pilgrims and their impact on the Welsh landscape. Addressing a major gap in Welsh Studies, Kathryn Hurlock peels back the historical and religious layers of these holy pilgrimage sites to explore what motivated pilgrims to visit these particular sites, how family and locality drove the development of certain destinations, what pilgrims expected from their experience, how they engaged with pilgrimage in person or virtually, and what they saw, smelled, heard, and did when they reached their ultimate goal.



Autorentext

Kathryn Hurlock is Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.  She is the author of Wales and the Crusades, c.10951291 (2011), Britain, Ireland and the Crusades, 10001300 (2013), and several articles on aspects of Welsh, crusading, and pilgrimage history.




Klappentext

Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage, c.11001500 examines one of the most popular expressions of religious belief in medieval Europefrom the promotion of particular sites for political, religious, and financial reasons to the experience of pilgrims and their impact on the Welsh landscape. Addressing a major gap in Welsh Studies, Kathryn Hurlock peels back the historical and religious layers of these holy pilgrimage sites to explore what motivated pilgrims to visit these particular sites, how family and locality drove the development of certain destinations, what pilgrims expected from their experience, how they engaged with pilgrimage in person or virtually, and what they saw, smelled, heard, and did when they reached their ultimate goal.




Zusammenfassung

Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage, c.11001500 examines one of the most popular expressions of religious belief in medieval Europefrom the promotion of particular sites for political, religious, and financial reasons to the experience of pilgrims and their impact on the Welsh landscape. Addressing a major gap in Welsh Studies, Kathryn Hurlock peels back the historical and religious layers of these holy pilgrimage sites to explore what motivated pilgrims to visit these particular sites, how family and locality drove the development of certain destinations, what pilgrims expected from their experience, how they engaged with pilgrimage in person or virtually, and what they saw, smelled, heard, and did when they reached their ultimate goal.




Inhalt
1. Introduction.
2. Promotion and Reward.
3. Distance, Duration, and Difficulty.
4. Authentic Pilgrimage.
5. Family and Locality.
6. Virtual Pilgrimage.
7. Politics and Pilgrimage.
8. Conclusion.        

Produktinformationen

Titel: Medieval Welsh Pilgrimage, c.1100-1500
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EAN: 9781137430984
ISBN: 1137430982
Format: Fester Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 280
Gewicht: 478g
Größe: H216mm x B153mm x T20mm
Jahr: 2018
Auflage: 1st ed. 2018

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