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Out now: Sacris Erudiri 58 (2019)

The latest volume of Sacris Erudiri just arrived from the printers and is now available (soon also online at Brepolsonline).

It features the following contributions:

Thomas R. Karmann, “Alles habt ihr mit Grabmälern angefüllt …” Kaiser Julian und die Transformation spätantiker Funeralkultur

Marina Giani, Inenarrabilia sunt Dominicae incarnationis mysteria. The Sermon on the Nativity in Porto, Biblioteca Pública Municipal, Santa Cruz de Coimbra 31 (56)

Giulio Malavasi, Sulla datazione dei Tractatus in psalmos 89 e 90 series altera di Gerolamo

Matthieu Pignot, Ritual Performance and Christian Belonging: Signing Foreheads with the Cross in the Writings of Augustine of Hippo

Matthias Smalbrugge, Augustine’s Reception of Augustine. How to Compare Images and How to Write History?

H. A. G. Houghton, New Identifications Among the Sixth-Century Fragments of Augustine in Cambridge University Library

Javier Soage, El códice Paris, lat. 5600 y cinco exposiciones anónimas

Innocent Smith, o.p., 1 Timothy 2, 1 and the Expositiones Missae of Thomas Aquinas

Anne Bagnall Yardley & Jesse D. Mann, The Prayer Life of a Fifteenth-Century English Priest: Winchester College MS 48

Behind the Bishop’s Back. The Middle and Lower Clergy in Late Antiquity Papers collected by the Presbyters in the Late Antique West Project. Edited by Robert Wisniewski

Robert Wisniewski, Introduction

David G. Hunter, Ambrosiaster and Damasus: A Presbyter’s Perspective on Clerical Misconduct

Juliette J. Day, Presbyters in Late Antique Women’s Monasteries: Roles, Responsibilities and Conflicts

Jerzy Szafranowski, Behind the Abbot’s Back. Clerics within the Monastic Hierarchy

Raúl Villegas Marín, Legimus supra magistrum non esse discipulum: Pope Celestine I, the “Augustinian Controversy”, and the Clerical cursus honorum

Robert Wisniewski, The Last Shall Be Last: the Order of Precedence among Clergy in Late Antiquity

Rebecca A. Devlin, Separating the Secular from the Spiritual: Wives, Sons and Clients of the Clergy in Late Antique Hispania

Thomas Deswarte, Isidore of Seville and the Hispanic Order of Grades

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