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Monotheistic Kingship: The Medieval Variants

 


Monotheistic

 

 



This volume of essays intends to present diverse aspects of monotheistic kingship during the Middle Ages in two general-theoretical articles and a series of “case studies” on the relationship of religion and rulership. The authors discuss examples of the role of religion—based on both textual and iconic evidence—in Carolingian, Ottonian and late medieval western Europe; in Byzantium and Armenia; Georgia; Hungary; the Khazar Khanate; Poland, and Rus’.
Two studies explore the issue in medieval Jewish and Islamic political thought. The editors hope that these special inquiries will engender more comparative studies on the subject.



7
2004
Author(s)/Editor(s):
Aziz Al-Azmeh & János M. Bak (eds.)
ISBN:
963 7326 05 7
ISSN:
1587-6470 CEU MEDIEVALIA
Place of Printing:
Budapest
Pasts Incorporated: CEU Studies in the Humanities & Medieval Studies Department, CEU & CEU Press  
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