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Bibles on the market

30 October 2013

Traditional views on 'medieval' versus 'modern' and religious' versus 'secular' are in need of an update. Medievalist Suzan Folkerts received a Veni grant to study how laymen dealt with the first printed versions of Bible translations. Her project sheds new light on late medieval Dutch urban religious culture.

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