This e-book explores the area of spiritual considering on imprisonment, and the way photos of imprisonment have been utilized in monastic concept, the cult of saints, the early inquisitions, preaching and hagiographical literature and the area of the crusades to explain a perception of inclusion and freedom that used to be particularly significant to medieval Christians.
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