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The Thesoro De La Passion And The Passion Textual Tradition

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The Thesoro de la passion was a late medieval Castilian interpretation of centuries of Passion textual tradition, and as such it incorporated many facets of the theological texts that preceded it. This chapter focuses on both the general development of the Passion textual tradition and Li's own citation of theological works in an attempt to locate the Thesoro de la passion within the overall developmental framework of Passion texts in Europe as well as the Iberian Peninsula. The Thesoro de la passion inherited many of the features of the Latin Passion texts that preceded it, but it also was influenced by texts in the vernacular. A number of influential Catalan vitae Christi and Passion texts were produced in the peninsula in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries.

Keywords: passion textual tradition; Thesoro De La Passion

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