Spunti di storiografia aquileiese dalla «attendibilissima» Passio di Felice e Fortunato: monachesimo premartiriale e devozione giudeocristiana all’arcangelo Michele

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Hints of Aquileian historiography from the «highly reliable» Passio by Felice and Fortunato: premartirial monasticism and Judeo-Christian devotion to the archangel Michael

Alessio Persic

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Abstract

The Passion of the Aquileian martyrs Felix and Fortunatus provides documentary evidence to the beginnings of monasticism in Western Europe with a good historical reliability as other literary sources both older and coeval can testify. It betrays a Christian spirituality characterized by firm and tena- cious ties with the Jewish matrix which has determined its ways of ritual prayer and its feelings against idolatry
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Hints of Aquileian historiography from the «highly reliable» Passio by Felice and Fortunato: premartirial monasticism and Judeo-Christian devotion to the archangel Michael
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)449-472
Number of pages24
JournalSTUDIA PATAVINA
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Giudeocristianesimo, culto micaelico, Aquileia cristiana, anacoresi premartiriale in epoca percostantiniana

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