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The Medieval Black Marketplace for Christian Relics



Relics had been extremely popular objects through the Center Ages, a lot in order that they spawned a really worthwhile (and extremely questionable) commerce that spanned from England to the Holy Lands… and that is what we’ll discover on this episode of SideQuest.

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Additional Studying:

“Furta Sacra” by Patrick Geary – https://www.google.com/books/version/_/vXriQodlUsQC
“The Medieval Pilgrimage Enterprise” by Adrian Bell and Richard Dale – https://weblog.oup.com/2011/12/pilgrimage/
“The Unmaking of a Saint: Thomas Becket and the English Reformation” by Robert E. Scully – https://www.jstor.org/steady/25025818

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