Les origines du culte de saint Martin de Tours aux Vè et VIè siècles

Bruno Judic 1
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CeTHiS - E.A. 6298 - Centre Tourangeau d'Histoire et d'étude des Sources
Abstract : The cult of saint Martin is associated with the saint's grave at Tours, and this is the logical frame of the rise of a saint's cult. However in the case of Martin, first saint who was not a martyr, we can observe a very large range of early witnesses specially in Italy. The role of Sulpicius Severus works must be asked as an incentive of a new devotion in a context of fight against arianism and of rise of asceticism.
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Bruno Judic. Les origines du culte de saint Martin de Tours aux Vè et VIè siècles. La figure de saint Martin de Tours. Histoire. Patrimoine. L'exemple de l'Ain, Nov 2009, Vonnas, France. pp.13-24. ⟨hal-00913248⟩

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