By Maddalena Betti
In "The Making of Christian Moravia" Maddalena Betti examines the production of the Moravian archdiocese, of which St Methodius was once the 1st incumbent, within the context of ninth-century papal coverage in imperative and south-eastern Europe. within the 19th and 20th century non secular and nationalistic matters broadly inspired the reconstruction of the historical past of the archdiocese of Methodius. providing a brand new examining of already widely-used resources, either Slavonic and Latin, Maddalena Betti turns recognition upon the jurisdictional clash among Rome, the Bavarian church buildings and Byzantium, with a view to discover the suggestions and the languages followed through the Apostolic See to achieve jurisdiction over the hot territories in vital and south-eastern Europe.
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