L'antique ennemi (antiquus hostis) de Grégoire le Grand à Raoul Glaber

Abstract : Gregory the Great has given a rich exegesis of Behemoth and Leviathan in his Moralia as allegories of the devil. A carolingian manuscript contains an extract of the Moralia about the devil's character. This demonology can be traced further to John the Deacon at the end of the IXth century and Raoul Glaber in the XIth century.
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Bruno Judic. L'antique ennemi (antiquus hostis) de Grégoire le Grand à Raoul Glaber. Graphè, Université d'Artois, 2000, p. 45-73. ⟨hal-00968222⟩

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