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Theology, Rhetoric, and Politics in the Eucharistic Controversy, 1078-1079

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ISBN-10: 0231126859

ISBN-13: 9780231126854

Edition: 2003

Authors: Charles Radding, Francis Newton, Albericus of Monte Cassino

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During the 11th century Eucharistic controversy which turned on whether sacramental consecration changed the nature of bread and wine at the altar. Alberic of Monte Cassino wrote a treatise which destroyed the arguments of his opponent. This book contains a full Latin text and translation.
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Book details

List price: $34.00
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 2/12/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 200
Size: 0.62" wide x 0.89" long x 0.05" tall
Weight: 0.682
Language: English

Charles M. Radding is a professor of history at Michigan State University.Francis Newton is a professor of classics at Duke University.

Berengar of Tours and the Eucharistic Controversy
The Carolingian Background and the Eleventh-Century Debate
Berengar's Theology of the Eucharist
Berengar's Early Critics
The Early Councils
The Aftermath of the Council of 1059: Lanfranc and Guitmund
The Movement Toward Rome
The Aberdeen Libellus Against Berengar of Tours
The Manuscript
The Rubric and Morin's Attribution to Berengar of Venosa
The Treatise and Its Author
Alberic of Monte Cassino and His "Lost" Treatise
Style and Content of the Libellus
Alberic's Literary Work
The Literary Style of the Aberdeen Libellus
The Content of the Libellus
Berengar of Tours and the Roman Councils of 1078 and 1079
The Sources
The Council of All Saints, 1078
Alberic and Berengar
Berengar and Alberic at the Lenten Council, 1079
Brief Epilogue: Berengar Remembers
The Text and Translation of the Libellus
The Dossier of Unconnected Sententiae Following the Libellus in the Aberdeen Manuscript