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The textual corpus

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This chapter discusses each one of the Limburg sermons individually or in related groups. The translated St. Georgen sermons form quite obviously the largest group. The chapter explains sixteen additional Limburg sermons: the first seven as a group, because they exhibit strong mutual connections, and the remainder one by one. In this way the reader will gain a good idea of what the Limburg sermons have to offer. The chapter concludes with a preliminary review in which a number of important results are discussed in conjunction with one another. The observations put forth in this chapter pertaining to the Limburg sermons collection in manuscript H will on the whole also hold true for stage H*.

Keywords: Limburg sermons; manuscript H; translated St. Georgen sermons



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