A Companion to Medieval Miracle Collections

A Companion to Medieval Miracle Collections

A companion volume for the usage of medieval miracle collections as a source, offering versatile approaches to the origins, methods, and techniques of various types of miracle narratives, as well as fascinating case studies from across Europe.

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