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Das Feindbild der Kreuzzugslyrik. Das Aufeinandertreffen von Christen und Muslimen (review)

Das Feindbild der Kreuzzugslyrik. Das Aufeinandertreffen von Christen und Muslimen (review) Book Reviews gradually into a consolation, since Hathumoda was accepted in heaven at the same age as Jesus, and because through her intercession, the sisters' prayers would be even more effective. Agius reminded the sisters of their duty to commemorate their parents (their father Liudolf had died in 866 and was buried in Brunshausen) and to honor their mother Oda as long as she lived (she died in 912). He promised to come and visit to pray with them and hoped to stay in their esteem and their continuous employ. Whereas Hessi's daughter Gisla had founded Wendhausen and Karsbach (825­ 30), Liudolf and Oda founded Gandersheim in Brunshausen, with Hathumoda as abbess, after they had traveled to Rome in 845­46, bringing relics of Popes Innocent and Anastasius back with them, and asking the pope for permission to found Gandersheim and install Hathumoda as the first abbess. The two Lives of Liutbirga and Hathumoda include many details about events in their lives, and their behavior, dreams, visions, conversations, and death, which Paxton amply describes and interprets. It is fascinating how the various evolving life styles and history in the ninth century in Saxony come alive. Much more could be http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic Philology University of Illinois Press

Das Feindbild der Kreuzzugslyrik. Das Aufeinandertreffen von Christen und Muslimen (review)

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Book Reviews gradually into a consolation, since Hathumoda was accepted in heaven at the same age as Jesus, and because through her intercession, the sisters' prayers would be even more effective. Agius reminded the sisters of their duty to commemorate their parents (their father Liudolf had died in 866 and was buried in Brunshausen) and to honor their mother Oda as long as she lived (she died in 912). He promised to come and visit to pray with them and hoped to stay in their esteem and their continuous employ. Whereas Hessi's daughter Gisla had founded Wendhausen and Karsbach (825­ 30), Liudolf and Oda founded Gandersheim in Brunshausen, with Hathumoda as abbess, after they had traveled to Rome in 845­46, bringing relics of Popes Innocent and Anastasius back with them, and asking the pope for permission to found Gandersheim and install Hathumoda as the first abbess. The two Lives of Liutbirga and Hathumoda include many details about events in their lives, and their behavior, dreams, visions, conversations, and death, which Paxton amply describes and interprets. It is fascinating how the various evolving life styles and history in the ninth century in Saxony come alive. Much more could be

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JEGP, Journal of English and Germanic PhilologyUniversity of Illinois Press

Published: Mar 30, 2011

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