Quaesivi vultum tuum. Liturgy, figura and Christ’s Presence

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Abstract

For medieval Christians, the figural, typological meaning is of the greatest importance in trying to make sense of historical events. There are not only figural meanings in the events of the past – i.e., those recounted in the Old Testament – that are fulfilled in the New Testament, but also in the events taking place after the life of Christ. Within this framework, the topic of God’s Face finds its meaning: the Holy Face is not only a relic, but also – or even primarily – a real figura.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteThe European Fortune of the Roman Veronica in the Middle Ages
EditorAmanda Murphy, Herbert L. Kessler, Marco Petoletti, Eamon Duffy, Guido Milanese, Veronika Tvrzníková
Pagine126-135
Numero di pagine10
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2017

Keywords

  • Classical heritage
  • Comparative literature
  • History of liturgy
  • Late antique and medieval Latin
  • Latino tardo-antico e medievale
  • Letteratura comparata
  • Storia della liturgiia
  • Tradizione classica

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