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The Interpretation of Heresy in the Historiographical and Hagiographical Sources of Aquitaine during the Early and High Middle Ages

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This paper examines the increasing use of the word 'heresy' after the turn of the millennium, whether it's aimed at describing 'Manichean' (pre-Cathar ?) heretics or simply church-reformers, without neglecting the depiction of more ancient heresies (such as Arianism) in more ancient sources. Did Aquitanian historians and hagiographers write a lot about heresy before the major event represented by the Albigensian crusade at the beginning of the 13th century?
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Julien Bellarbre. The Interpretation of Heresy in the Historiographical and Hagiographical Sources of Aquitaine during the Early and High Middle Ages. Leeds International Medieval Congress (IMC) 2009 organised and administered by the Institute for Medieval Studies (IMS), Jul 2009, Leeds, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-00745630⟩
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