By Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie
Brillante et courte synthèse, suggestive et instructive, des résultats de près d’un demi-siècle de recherches historiennes sur le climat.
Un élément essentiel dans les débats en cours sur l’avenir de los angeles planète.
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11, p. 70. 67 Augustine, Confessiones 8. 6, 12, pp. 122, 131. 68 Athanasius, Vita Antonii, pp. 77–101 (editorial introduction). 69 Through such media as sermons, pictorial representations, and vernacular translations, its account became widely known even by those who were not literate in Latin or literate at all. In the eleventh century a brotherhood of St. Antony was founded in the south of France at a place that claimed to have his remains, brought from the East. They specialized in care of those suffering from ergotism, or “St.
74. Augustine, De civitate dei 8. 27 (1, p. 248). 44 Augustine, Confessiones 6. 2, p. 74. 45 For a summary, see Volp, Tod und Ritual in den christlichen Gemeinde der Antike, pp. 77–86; Saxer, Morts, martyrs, reliques, is of enduring value. 42 43 14 origins to the saints)” (like the name of Xanten mentioned earlier). ”46 The earliest dateable case occurred during the time of persecutions. After the martyrdom of the North African youth Maximilian in 295, a woman called Pompeiana obtained his body and had it interred next to the body of St.
Miracula Theclae; see Davis, The Cult of St. Thecla; Johnson, The Life and Miracles of Thekla. 80 81 24 origins elaboration of apostolic history that took place in the first Christian centuries. 82 She is described as a companion of St. Paul, who had spurned the chance of marriage in favour of a life devoted to virginity, and was twice condemned to be executed for her beliefs. 83 There are several unusual features in her story. 84 At one point she dresses as a man. She teaches the word of God, with Paul’s approval.
Abrégé d'histoire du climat : Du Moyen Âge à nos jours by Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie