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Intercessory prayer and the Carolingian monastic ideal, c. 750-820

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The establishment of a new concept of intercessory prayer, from an activity sought of the individual holy man to an occupation characterizing an entire monastic community, has recently received much attention; historians have shown that the function of intercession had become, by the Carolingian period, the pre-eminent feature of early medieval monasticism. The role of early medieval monasteries as powerhouses of prayer has encouraged scholarly attention along two particular areas...

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University of Oxford
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Theology Faculty
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Pembroke College
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Oxford Universuty
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Choy, R
Publication date:
2012
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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Oxford University, UK
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English
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2014-07-15

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