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Appendix A

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On the basis of the text of the Clementine set found in the registers in the Vatican archives, Amnon Linder has classified the sources for the Missa contra paganos into two groups according to their Holy Land specificity or generic character, as determined by their rubrics. An A-group being specifically for the Holy Land and a B-group, which consists of either untitled sets or sets carrying the rubric Contra paganos or similar variants like Contra Turchos. Both groups are further divided into two sub-groups: AI dating from the fourteenth century; AII dating from the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries BI chronologically close to Clements’ set and therefore probably performed in support of the cause of the Holy Land; BII where some probably were performed in support of the Holy Land but many were renewed in new initiatives mainly against the Turks.

Keywords: Amnon Linder; holy land; Turks; Vatican archives

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