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Contents Preface 000 Introduction: Pilgrimage in Late Antiquity 000 1. Basil of Caesarea's and Gregory of Nyssa's Attitudes toward Pilgrimage 000 Basil and Gregory on the Cult of the Martyrs 000 Basil of Caesarea's Journey to Palestine 000 Gregory's Visit to Jerusalem: Pilgrimage or Diplomatic Mission? 000 Gregory's Ambivalence Regarding the Holy Places in Jerusalem 000 Cyril of Jerusalem as Promoter of Jerusalem 000 The Primacy of the East 000 2. Jerome's Position on Pilgrimage: Vacillating between Support and Reservation 000 From Babylon to Jerusalem 000 Jerome on Pilgrimage to Palestine (383/392) 000 Jerome's Interpretation of Matthew 27:52/53 000 Jerome and the Holy Places, 394/397 000 The Cult of the Martyrs 000 3. Augustine on Sacred Space 000 Augustine's Silence on Pilgrimage 000 Peregrinatio and Peregrinus: Spiritual Pilgrimage? 000 The Place of God 000 What makes place holy? 000 Miracles at the tombs of Martyrs 000 The Cult of the Martyrs 000 4. Pilgrimage in Monastic Culture 000 The Nature of the Sources 000 Xeniteia and Hesychia 000 Curiosity and Pilgrimage 000 Athanasius of Alexandria on the Holy Places 000 Evagrius Ponticus 000 Theodoret of Cyrrhus 000 5. Local Versus Central Pilgrimage 000 Pilgrimage to Holy Men 000 The Rise of a Second Jerusalem 000 Conclusion 000 Bibliography Primary Sources 000 Secondary Sources 000
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Christian pilgrims and pilgrimages -- Palestine -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600.
Palestine in Christianity -- History of doctrines -- Early church, ca. 30-600.