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Pope Damasus and the Beginnings of Roman Hagiography
Sághy, Marianne. • S. 1-15
https://www.academia.edu/6473528

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Theological self-definition in Byzantine miraculous healing
Csepregi, Ildikó. • S. 17-30

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(Re)claiming Adalbert: patristic quotations and their function in Canaparius' Vita S. Adalberti
Gaspar, Cristian-Nicolae. • S. 31-39

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"Pull you Sons of Whores!": linguistic register and reform in the Legend of St. Clement
Geary, Patrick Joseph. • S. 41-49

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Hagiography and chronicles
Bak, János M.. • S. 51-58

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Hagiography and biography: the case of St. Francis of Assisi
Vauchez, André. • S. 59-67

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Idolatry or power: St. Francis in front of the Sultan
Bokody, Péter. • S. 69-81

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Blessed John the French, the first Franciscan Minister Provincial in Hungary, and his miracles
Andric, Stanko. • S. 83-102
https://www.academia.edu/4201970

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Fama Sanctitatis and the emergence of St. Margaret's cult in rural countryside: the canonization process and social mobility in thirteenth-century Hungary
Laszlovszky, József. • S. 103-123

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The techniques of a Hagiographer: the two Legendae of Saint Margaret of Hungary
Deák, Viktória Hedvig. • S. 125-136

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St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Italian vernacular literature: vitae, miracles, revelations, and the Meditations on the life of Christ
Falvay, Dávid. • S. 137-150

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Division and Reintegration of St. Stanislaus: a political analogy in sermons?
Kuzmová, Stanislava. • S. 151-163

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Saints, names, and identities: the case of Charles IV of Luxemburg
Nagy, Balázs. • S. 165-174
https://www.academia.edu/7834942

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Saints at home and abroad: some observations on the creation of iconographic types in Hungary of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Marosi, Ernö. • S. 175-206