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Locus debet congruere locato. Les sermons de translation pour la maison d'Anjou-Naples (second quart du XIVe siècle)

Abstract : The essay focuses on three In translatione sermons, of which one is published here, transmitted by the Dominican Giovanni Regina, an important Thomist and friar of San Domenico Maggiore of Naples. Placed in the second quarter of the fourteenth century, they correspond to a crucial moment of the celebrations orchestrated by the first Angevin dynasty of the Kingdom, for its deceased. It is the transport of the body from a temporary burial to the definitive tomb, that is, in one of those tombs well known for their spectacularity and magnificence. These are texts that have been neglected despite their singularity and that are a key to interpret the meaning of the attentions that the Anjou devoted to funeral worship. Put simply, unique in their kind, they teach how earthly hierarchies extend into the afterlife.
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Jean-Paul Boyer. Locus debet congruere locato. Les sermons de translation pour la maison d'Anjou-Naples (second quart du XIVe siècle). Polygraphia, Dipartimento di Lettere e Beni Culturali dell’Università degli Studi della Campania ‘Luigi Vanvitelli’ 2020, pp.209-238. ⟨hal-03155275⟩

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