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Choreographing crucifixion : Good Friday ritual in late medieval England and its mystical consequence
Good Friday ritual in late medieval England and its mystical consequence
Bachelor of Arts
Late medieval religion, Mysticism, Good Friday, Christianity, Margery Kempe, John Mirk, Sarum liturgy, Antisemitism, Holy Week, John Wycliffe, Lollardy, England, Crucifixion, Piety, Fourteenth century, Fifteenth century
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Kromminga, Abigail Dorothea, "Choreographing crucifixion : Good Friday ritual in late medieval England and its mystical consequence" (2019). Honors Project, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
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70 pages. Includes bibliographical references (pages 67-70)