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Grégoire le Grand et le pouvoir royal

Abstract : Royal power according to Gregory the Great is exemplified in a passage from the Moralia in Job. Ancient biblical and pagan kings are opposed to prophets and holy men in a subtile rhetorical construction. This underlines a kind of royal sacrality which can be found elsewhere in Gregory for instance in the Regula pastoralis.
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Bruno Judic. Grégoire le Grand et le pouvoir royal. International Conference on Patristic Studies, 1995, Oxford, Royaume-Uni. p. 434-440. ⟨hal-00968200⟩



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