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Leadership and Community in Late Ancient Gaul [electronic resource]

Van Dam, Raymond
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EBook; Book; Online
Published
Berkeley : University of California Press March 1992
Language
English
Series
The Transformation of the Classical Heritage Ser
ISBN
9780520078956, 0520078950 (Trade Paper)
Target Audience
College Audience
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Mode of access: World wide Web.
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The Transformation of the Classical Heritage Ser. Vol. VIII
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    a| Annotation b| The rise of Christianity to the dominant position it held in the Middle Ages remains a paradoxical achievement. Early Christian communities in Gaul had been so restrictive that they sometimes persecuted misfits with accusations of heresy. Yet by the fifth century Gallic aristocrats were becoming bishops to enhance their prestige; and by the sixth century Christian relic cults provided the most comprehensive idiom for articulating values and conventions. To strengthen its appeal, Christianity had absorbed the ideologies of secular authority already familiar in Gallic society.
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