Cultural and Social History volume 12, issue 2, P161-177 2015 DOI: 10.2752/147800415x14224554625118 View full text
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Suzanna Ivanič

Abstract: Increasing numbers of educated Catholic travellers visited holy sites in Europe during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Though we are beginning to uncover more about these holy sites in the context of 'local' religion, we know very little about how educated travellers encountered them. These sacred places were also places of mobility and exchange. This article explores the responses of an educated traveller from Bohemia on a pilgrimage to Loreto and his encounters with holy sites and religious materia…

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