Gregory the Great and his World Hardback

by Robert A. Markus;

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Gregory the Great and his World

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Markus's new and accessible work is the first full study of Gregory the Great since that of F. H. Dudden (1905) to deal with both Gregory's life and work as well as with his thought and spirituality. With his command of Gregory's works, Markus portrays vividly the daily problems of one of the most attractive characters of the age. Gregory's culture is described in the context of the late Roman educational background and in the context of previous patristic tradition. Markus seeks to understand Gregory as a cultivated late Roman aristocrat converted to the ascetic ideal, caught in the tension between his attraction to the monastic vocation and his episcopal ministry, at a time of catastrophic change in the Roman world. The book deals with every aspect of his pontificate: as bishop of Rome, as landlord of the Church lands, in his relations to the Empire, and to the Western Germanic kingdoms in Spain, Gaul, and, especially, his mission to the English.

Gregory the Great and his World by Robert A. Markus was published by Cambridge University Press in October 1997. The ISBN for Gregory the Great and his World is 9780521584302.

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Details for Gregory the Great and his World

Page last updated 3rd October 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatHardback
PublisherCambridge University Press (October 1997)
Number of Pages268
Thickness19 mm
Height228 mm
Width152 mm
Product Code1192242
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