Dutch Review Of Church History Volume 84 (Dutch Review of by Wim Janse
By Wim Janse
The 24 essays during this quantity (Volume eighty five of the Dutch assessment of Church heritage sequence) discover the formation of clerical and confessional identities in early smooth Europe from 3 angles. the 1st a part of the ebook makes a speciality of schooling and theological education, the second one at the interpretation of Scripture and preaching, and the 3rd at the building of clerical and communal expectancies and self understandings. The interdisciplinary dialogue intersects with the confessionalization debate and proceeds from comparative views, confessionally, geographically, and dimensionally, neighborhood and (inter)national. what's in particular cutting edge is the wealthy portrait of the complexities of identities and the assets used to figure out them. an intensive creation bargains a close, systematic assessment and lays the root for discussions of the volume's clean findings. A publication overview part is annexed.
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The central shepherd on a Roman sarcophagus that was found in the neighbourhood of S. Lorenzo fuori le mura (ﬁg. 49) is now indisputably Christ. He is surrounded by the twelve apostles and by twelve pious, represented as sheep. Two shepherds standing in a position of rest at the ends of the sarcophagus-front complete the allegorical image. A sarcophagus from New York (ﬁg. 50) is still more explicit. The sitting shepherd became the judging Christ, because he caresses the ﬁrst sheep on his right, while he makes a restrained gesture in the direction of the goats on his left.
Erat denique Leonem venerabilem presbiterum et medicus sanctitate mire compositus, cuius notitia princeps non est incognitus, statimque ad se venire fecit ab aecclesia sanctorum Philippi et Iacobi, et fecit eum ﬁeri pater monasterii”: G. , Il Chronicon di Benedetto monaco di S. Andrea del Soratte [Fonti per la storia d’Italia 55] (Rome, 1920), p. 168. 53 J. Siegwart, Die Chorherren-und Chorfrauengemeinschaften in der deutschsprachigen Schweiz vom 6. Jahrhundert bis 1160 mit einem Überblick über die deutsche Kanonikerreform des 10.