ICS BiblioSelect: Relics

Ditchfield, Simon. “Martyrs on the Move: Relics as Vindicators of Local Diversity in the Tridentine Church.” Studies in Church History 30 (1993), 283-94.

Fichtenau, Heinrich. “Zum Reliquienwesen im früheren Mittelalter.” Mitteilungen des Instituts für österreichischeGeschichts Forschung 60 (1952). 66-8.

Frank, Georgia. Loca Sancta Souvenirs and the Art of Memory," in Pèlerinages et lieux saints dans l’antiquité et le moyen âge : mélanges offerts à Pierre Maraval. Eds. Béatrice Caseau, Jean-Claude Cheynet and Vincent Déroche. Paris: Travaux et Mémoires. Association des amis du Centre d’histoire et civilisation de Byzance, 2006. Pp. 193-201.

Geary, Patrick. ‘The Ninth Century Relic Trade. A Response to Popular Piety?” Religion and the People 800-1700. Ed. James Obelkevich. Chapel Hill, NC, 1989, 8-19.

Geary, Patrick. “Sacred Commodities: the Circulation of Medieval Relics.” In Arjun Appadurai, ed. The Social Life of Things. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986, 169-191.

Goodson, Caroline.  ‘The Relic Translations of Paschal I: Transforming City and Cult.” In A. Hopkins and M. Wyke, eds. Roman Bodies: Antiquity to the Eighteenth Century. London: The British School at Rome 2005, 123-41.

Hahn, Cynthia. “What Do Reliquaries Do for Relics?” Numen 57 (2010): 284-316.

Hahn, Cynthia. “Loca Sancta Souvenirs: Sealing the Pilgrim’s Experience.” In Robert Ousterhout, ed., The Blessings of Pilgrimage. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1990, 85–96.

Heinzelmann, M. Translationsberichte und andere Quellen des Reliquienkultes. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1979.

Hunt, E. D. “The Traffic in Relics: Some Late Roman Evidence.” In S. Hackel, ed., The Byzantine Saint. University of Birmingham Fourteenth Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies.  London, 1981, 171–80.

Kötting, Barnhard.  Der fruhchristliche Reliquienkult und die Bestattung im Kirchengebäude. Köln, Opladen: Westdeutscher Verlag, 1965.

Mango, Cyril. “Constantine’s Mausoleum and the Translation of Relics.” Byzantinische Zeitschrift 83 (1990): 54-61.

Miller, Patricia Cox. “On the Edge of Self and Other: Holy Bodies in Late Antiquity.” JECS 17/2 (2009): 171-93.

Miller, Patricia Cox. “Relics, Rhetoric and Mental Spectacles in Late Ancient Christianity." In Giselle de Nie, Karl F. Morrison, and Marco Mostert, eds. Seeing the Invisible in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages: Papers from ‘Verbal and Pictorial Imaging: Representing and Accessing Experience of the Invisible, 400-1000’ (Utrecht, 11-13 December 2003). Turnhout: Brepols, 2005, 25-52.

Miller, Patricia Cox. “Visceral Seeing: The Holy Body in Late Ancient Christianity.” JECS 12/4 (2004): 391-411.

Miller, Patricia Cox. (2000). “The Little Blue Flower is Red: Relics and the Poeticizing of the Body.” JECS 8/2: 213-236.

Smith, Julia M. H. “Relics: An Evolving Tradition in Latin Christianity.” In Cynthia Hahn and Holger A. Klein, eds., Saints and Sacred Matter: The Cult of Relics in Byzantium and Beyond. Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, 2015, 41-60.

Thacker, Alan. "Rome of the Martyrs: Saints, Cults and Relics, Fourth to Seventh Centuries." In Éamonn Ó Carragáin and Carol Neuman de Vegvar eds., Roma felix: Formation and Reflections of Medieval Rome. Aldershot, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2007, 13-50.

Thacker, Alan. “Martyr Cult Within the Walls: Saints and Relics in the Roman tituli of the Fourth to Seventh Centuries.” In A. Minnis and J. Roberts, eds., Text, Image, Interpretation. Turnhout: Brepols.2007, 31-70.