The Churches Dedicated to St. Clement in Medieval England: A Hagio-geography of the Seafarer's Saint in 11th Century North Europe
A 'hagio-geography' of the cult of martyr-pope Clement examining the founding and distribution of churches dedicated to him in England and Scotland in the late Anglo-Saxon and Viking era, and their often-assumed link with the Danish settlement. Involves a close study of the topography of early towns in England, and Norway and Denmark, in estimating the date of foundation of churches dedicated to St Clement.
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