ZBÍRAL, David. Relikvie, nebo hnijící maso? Spor o výklad mrtvol Petra Parenza a Armanna Pungilupa (Relic or putrefying flesh? ‘Cathar heresy’ and the corpses of Pietro Parenzo and Armanno Pungilupo). Iva Doležalová - Eleonóra Hamar - Luboš Bělka (eds.). In Náboženství a tělo. Brno - Praha: Masarykova univerzita - Malvern, 2006. p. 89-94, 6 pp. ISBN 80-210-4115-3.
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Original name Relikvie, nebo hnijící maso? Spor o výklad mrtvol Petra Parenza a Armanna Pungilupa
Name (in English) Relic or putrefying flesh? ‘Cathar heresy’ and the corpses of Pietro Parenzo and Armanno Pungilupo
Authors ZBÍRAL, David (203 Czech Republic, guarantor).
Iva Doležalová - Eleonóra Hamar - Luboš Bělka (eds.).
Edition Brno - Praha, Náboženství a tělo, p. 89-94, 6 pp. 2006.
Publisher Masarykova univerzita - Malvern
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Original language Czech
Type of outcome Proceedings paper
Field of Study 60300 6.3 Philosophy, Ethics and Religion
Country of publisher Czech Republic
Confidentiality degree is not subject to a state or trade secret
RIV identification code RIV/00216224:14210/06:00017653
Organization unit Faculty of Arts
ISBN 80-210-4115-3
Keywords in English heresy and orthodoxy; relics -- Christianity -- Middle Ages; Armanno Pungilupo; Pietro Parenzo; Inquisition
Tags Armanno Pungilupo, heresy and orthodoxy, Inquisition, Pietro Parenzo
Tags International impact, Reviewed
Changed by Changed by: doc. PhDr. David Zbíral, Ph.D., učo 52251. Changed: 23/10/2008 23:39.
Abstract
Práce o kultu těl Petra Parenza a Armanna Pungilupa, na němž lze poodhalit některé roviny konstrukce hereze ve středověké Itálii.
Abstract (in English)
The concept of heresy as deviation from a clearly defined orthodoxy is still extremely influential in the historical discourse. The events around the corpses of Pietro Parenzo (d. 1199) and Armanno Pungilupo (d. 1269), however, show that the notion of heresy, explicit or implicit, can be very puzzling. In a way, it perpetuates the classifications and the myths of legitimacy that medieval churchmen created in order to destroy their enemies.
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