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Cities of God The Religion of the Italian Communes 1125 1325S are usually saints heretics of God: The Kindle theologians and religious leaders thereby ignoring the vast majority of those who lived in the communes In Cities of God Augustine Thompson gives a voice to of God: The Religion of Kindle the forgotten majority orthodox lay people and those who ministered to themThompson positions the Italian republics in sacred space and time He maps their religious geography as it was expressed through political and voluntary associations ecclesiastical and civil structures common ritual life lay saints and miracle working shrines He takes the reader through the rituals and celebrations of the communal year the people's corpor.
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Ate and private of God: The Religion of Kindle experience of God and the liturgy of death and remembrance In the process he challenges a host of stereotypes about orthodox medieval religion the Italian city states and the role of new religious movements in the world of Francis of Assisi Thomas Auinas and Dante Cities of God is bold revisionist history in the tradition of Eamon Duffy's Stripping of the Altars Drawing on a wide repertoire of ecclesiastical and secular sources from city statutes and chronicles to saints' lives and architecture Thompson recaptures the religious origins and texture of the Italian republics and allows their inhabitants a spiritual voice that we have never heard before.