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Martin Luther in Rom

Die Ewige Stadt als kosmopolitisches Zentrum und ihre Wahrnehmung

[Luther in Rome: A Cosmopolitan Centre and its Perception]

Ed. by Matheus, Michael / Nesselrath, Arnold / Wallraff, Martin

Series:Bibliothek des Deutschen Historischen Instituts in Rom 134

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    November 2017
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    Aims and Scope

    About 500 years ago, Martin Luther visited Rome. Reflections about his journey often inquire as to its having been a critical factor for the Reformation, a prejudicial perspective often leading to a negative view of the trip and the city. The volume seeks to free up the theme from this paradigm, and to impart a differentiated picture of the city of Rome, Luther’s Roman journey, and the recollected images associated with it.


    xviii, 534 pages
    Type of Publication:
    Reformation; History; Martin Luther; Rome
    Academics (History, Theology), Libraries, Institutes

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    Michael Matheus, JGU Mainz; Arnold Nesselrath, HU Berlin; Martin Wallraff, LMU Munich, Germany

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