Class Note for HISTORY 112 at UMass(6)
Class Note for HISTORY 112 at UMass(6)
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History 112 Fall 2003 Professor Ogilvie Lecture 15 102303 Pagans lews and Christians Picture interior of the Pantheon in Rome The triumph of the church over paganism was not one of obliteration but of widening embrace and assimilation Rams ay Mac Mullen Announcements lOctober 28 Law School information session with David Peters 78 PM Herter 601 lOctober 29 History Club Ghost Tour of campus meet 7 PM in Herter lobby II will be in Herter on Monday afternoon if you want to talk about dropping the course 111 and 35 The smagogue at Sardis Photograph ludaism in the Roman Empire lRoman toleration 70 and 135 destructions were politically motivated l Godfearers and proselytes attended Torah study prayer kept Sabbath and festivals to varying degrees lConversion widespread under pagan empire lTension with early Christianity Christian margrdom Picture artisfs conception ofPolycarp of Smyrna brought before the judge lPagans sacri ce ensures divine favor gods are ckle and easily offended lRefusal to sacri ce was grounds for martyrdom witnessing ILegends of martyrs strengthened faith IChristian historians emphasized martyrdom and miracles I313 CE Edict of Milan ends martyrdom Heresv Christians persecute Christians 2nd century CE gnostics Marcion 325 CE Council of Nicaea Arian heresy is Christ human or divine uPelagianism salvation by bootstrap uArguments over heresy are also struggles for power uHeresy is de ned retrospectively consequence of orthodoxy uln High Middle Ages Inquisition established in West to ght heresy Christian persecution of pagans I313 Edict of Milan I391 Theodosius outlaws sacri ce I399 Sanctuaries start to be destroyed I415 Hypatia of Alexandria lynched IOrganized public paganism eliminated leaving private superstitious practices Convertino the barbarians Picture baptism of Clovis king of the Franks by St Remy relief sculpture at the Cathedral of Reims lMissions to barbarians kings converted often through wives people follow reluctantly some new martyrs are produced lFall of Western Roman Empire Church takes on unifying role lMonasteries spread religion in rural areas lResults in West political fragmentation in East Byzantium close churchstate ties of Roman times are sustained The medieval Christian communitv Photograph Cathedral ofReims uChurch community of believers imagined community monastery is a microcosm uPilgrimages Jerusalem Aachen Santiago uFestivals and mystery plays reiterate events of Christian history uThe ties that bind the sacraments lMediate between God and Christians ensure salvation lEstablish and sustain community The ews in Christian Europe Photo model of the medieval synagogue in Worms Germany lConstantine prohibits conversion to Judaism lSettlement connected With trade banking helped sustain a scattered community lDevelopment of Talmudic study and mysticism high literacy lPogroms and expulsion begin after First Crusade on large scale European lews 11001500 Map ofjewish expulsion and migration taken from httpfcitcoeduusEeduholocaustgalleryexpulshtm
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