The Phoenix and the Flame

The Phoenix and the Flame

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In 16th century Europe, culture and religious belief were so enmeshed that, together, they informed and underpinned every act, however mundane, of every ordinary man or woman. The Reformation ushered in revolutionary changes in Western society, but the people of Catholic Europe have usually been regarded as little affected. Spain, in particular, is supposed to have escaped the winds of change entirely. By considering the life of one small, but lively and distinctive, rural community, and the broader Mediterranean society of which it was part, The Phoenix and the Flame shows, how in Catholic Europe there in fact took place powerful changes which affected the daily life, belief and culture of the common people.70. 101. MSS. BCCMS. 313. l02. G. Gavignaud, a#39;[.a#39;organisation economique traditionelle com- munautaire dans les hauts pays catalansa#39;, in Conflent, Vallespir . 103. ... Curiously, the most important Catalan agricultural manual of the period, written by a friar, Miquel Agust1, uses no references from the ... Chauvet, 1947, p.

Title:The Phoenix and the Flame
Author: Henry Kamen
Publisher:Yale University Press - 1993-01-01

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