Golein, Johannes (ca. 1325- ca. 1403)
The Legenda aurea is one of the most copied texts in all of the medieval Occident. In short texts, it blends sanctoral and temporal celebrations in the course of the year, following the order of the liturgical calendar. Popular not only in Latin but also in the vernacular languages, it had various uses, as a tool for preaching and as a source of moral edification through private reading for the layperson as well as the cleric.
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- Golein, Johannes (Author) | Jacobus, de Voragine (Author) | Jean, de Vignay (Translator) | Lullin, Ami (Former possessor) | Petau, Alexandre (Former possessor) Found in: Standard description