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Pope Joan

The covered-up pontificate of a woman or a fictional legend?
Verkaufsrang5427inBiografien
BuchPaperback
132 Seiten
Deutsch
epubli2018
Pope Joan. A concealed pontificate of a woman or a fictitious legend? In 1277, Martin of Troppau mentioned in his chronicle the pontificate of a woman who, as John Anglicus, had held the office of pope for two and a half years around 850 and was later removed from the list of popes. Since then, the world has been puzzling over the question of whether this is the truth or whether it is a legend that persisted....mehr
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InhaltPope Joan. A concealed pontificate of a woman or a fictitious legend? In 1277, Martin of Troppau mentioned in his chronicle the pontificate of a woman who, as John Anglicus, had held the office of pope for two and a half years around 850 and was later removed from the list of popes. Since then, the world has been puzzling over the question of whether this is the truth or whether it is a legend that persisted. Was there once a female pope? And what consequences does this have for apostolic succession and for the question of whether women should be ordained as priests? The textbook presents new materials and presents an amazing and consistent theory: a silver coin from the period 856 to 858 with the inscription SCS PETRVS (Saint Peter) and the papal monogram IOHANIS. Stylistically the coin belongs to the time before Pope Nicolaus I (858 - 867) and should therefore be assigned to a Pope John in the 850s. In this time there is only Johannes Anglicus, the female pope. Thus, there is a historical proof for the real existence of the Popess.
131 pages. A4 large format, several pictures (partly in colour)
ZusammenfassungPope Joan. A pontificate of a woman removed from the chronicles or a fictitious legend?
Details
ISBN/GTIN978-3-7467-6433-7
ProduktartBuch
EinbandartPaperback
Verlag
Erscheinungsjahr2018
Erscheinungsdatum23.09.2018
Seiten132 Seiten
SpracheDeutsch
Gewicht416 g
Artikel-Nr.34679502
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KategorieBiografien

Über den Autor

Habicht, Michael E.
Michael E. Habicht, geb. 1974, studierte Klassische Archäologie und Ägyptologie den Universitäten Zürich und Basel. Er hat sich auf das Neue Reich, die Königsgräber und Unterweltsbücher, sowie auf die Zeit von Echnaton, Nofretete und Tutanchamun spezialisiert. Michael E. Habicht, born 1974, studied Classical Archaeology and Egyptology at the Universities of Zurich and Basel. He specialized in the New Kingdom, the royal tombs and underworld books, as well as in the time of Akhenaton, Nefertiti and Tutankhamun. He is also Lecturer at Flinders University, Adelaide (Australia) Homepage: https://www.michaelhabicht.info/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michael.e.habicht/
Spycher, Marguerite
Graphological assessments for companies and global corporations, public administrations and non-profit organizations; besides many private individuals with special questions and concerns. Intensive study and treatment of psychological topics such as emotions in general, emotional competence, intuition, typologies, symbolism and aspects of neuroscience. Leadership issues are very important to me, and women in leadership positions are still my particular interest. Conception and realization of courses, presentations, workshops and conferences with topics on graphology and psychology. As a writer numerous publications in various organs. Professional background: Study of written psychology at the University of Zurich and at the School of the Association of German-speaking Graphologists.

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