By Richard Sowerby
detritus of a superstitious age. Angels in Medieval England bargains a distinct viewpoint, through the use of angels as a prism during which to check the altering spiritual tradition of an strange age.
Focusing on one nook of medieval Europe which produced an abundance of fabric in relation to angels, Richard Sowerby investigates the way in which that old ideals approximately angels have been preserved and tailored in England throughout the Anglo-Saxon interval. among the 6th century and the 11th, the convictions of Anglo-Saxon women and men concerning the global of the spirits underwent a gentle transformation. This booklet is the 1st to discover that transformation, and to teach the ways that the Anglo-Saxons
tried to reconcile their non secular inheritance with their very own views in regards to the global, human nature, and God.