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The People of the Pilgrimage

Author : J. A. Kerr Bain
Publisher :
Page : 536 pages
File Size : 29,18 MB
Release : 1888
Category : Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages in literature


Manual of the Church of the Pilgrimage

Author : Anonymous
Publisher : BoD – Books on Demand
Page : 57 pages
File Size : 23,77 MB
Release : 2023-02-06
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 3382111551


Reprint of the original. The publishing house Anatiposi publishes historical books as reprints. Due to their age, these books may have missing pages or inferior quality. Our aim is to preserve these books and make them available to the public so that they do not get lost.

The Pilgrimage of Arnold von Harff, Knight, from Cologne

Author : Malcolm Letts
Publisher : Taylor & Francis
Page : 360 pages
File Size : 38,17 MB
Release : 2017-05-15
Category : History
ISBN : 1317021371


Translated from the German from Groote's edition of 1860 and edited with notes and an introduction This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1946.

The Age of Pilgrimage

Author : Jonathan Sumption
Publisher : Paulist Press
Page : 580 pages
File Size : 10,7 MB
Release : 2003
Category : History
ISBN : 9781587680250


We are apt to forget how much people traveled in the Middle Ages. Not only merchants, friars, soldiers and official messengers, but crowds of pilgrims were a familiar sight on the roads of Western Europe. In this engaging work of history, Jonathan Sumption brings alive the traditions of pilgrimage prevalent in Europe from the beginning of Christianity to the end of the fifteenth century. Vividly describing such major destinations as Jerusalem, Rome, Santiago de Compostela and Canterbury, he examines both major figures -- popes, kings, queens, scholars, villains -- and the common people of their day.

Tourism, Religion and Pilgrimage in Jerusalem

Author : Kobi Cohen-Hattab
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 206 pages
File Size : 40,49 MB
Release : 2014-08-07
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 1317672100


Jerusalem is a city with a singular nature. Home to three religions, it contains spiritual meaning for people the world over; it is at once a tourist destination and a location with a complex political reality. Tourism, therefore, is an integral part of Jerusalem’s development and its political conflicts. The book traces tourism and pilgrimage to Jerusalem from the late Ottoman era, through the British Mandate, during the period of the divided city, and to the reunification of the city under Israeli rule. Throughout, the city’s evolution is shown to be intertwined with its tourist industry, as tourist sites, accommodations, infrastructure, and services transform the city’s structures and open spaces. At the same time, tourism is wielded by various parties in an effort to gain political recognition, to bolster territorial control, or to garner support. The city’s future and the role tourism can play in it are examined. While the construction of a “security fence” will have many implications on Jerusalem’s tourist industry, steps are proposed to minimize the effects of the security fence and optimize tourism. Written by leading academics, this title will be valuable reading for students, academics, and researchers in the fields of tourism, religious studies, geography, history, cultural studies, and anthropology.

Pilgrims and Pilgrimage in the Medieval West

Author : Diana Webb
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
Page : 299 pages
File Size : 35,7 MB
Release : 2001-02-16
Category : Religion
ISBN : 0857715666


Pilgrimage was an integral part not only of medieval religion but medieval life, and from its origins in the 4th-century Meditteranean world rapidly spread to northern Europe as a pan-European devotional phenomenon. Drawing upon original source materials, this text seeks to uncover the motives of pilgrims and the details of their preparation, maintenance, hazards on the route, and their ideas about pilgrimage sites - especially Jerusalem, Compostela and Rome - and gives an account of the multiplicity of interest which grew up around the many shrines along the way. The period covered is from about 1000 AD to 1500 AD - before the first crusade and the beginning of the great growth in pilgrimage in the Orthodox church, Byzantine of Russia. The bibliography includes printed sources and a listing of secondary works.