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* AISSCA: Italian Association for the Study of Sanctity, Cults and Hagiography
Association for the Study of the Saints, Cult and Agiography
English / Italian /

URL: http://www.aissca.it         Link Verified by NetSERF: 19 March 2011
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* American Benedictine Academy

URL: http://www.osb.org/aba/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 23 November 2006
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* Lollard Society, The
"Lollardy, or Wycliffism, was England's greatest medieval heresy. The movement originated in the 1370s or early 1380s in Oxford with the followers of John Wyclif (d. 1384).
The purpose of this website, and our society, is to provide a forum for those interested in the study of Lollardy and the religious culture of the later Middle Ages in England. We hope to be accessible to all levels of academic interest." Site includes links and a bibliography.

URL: http://lollardsociety.org/         Link Verified by NetSERF: 24 September 2013
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* Société des Bollandistes: Christian Hagiography
"For the Société des Bollandistes, however, hagiography is not a temporary fashion: it has been a tradition for more than 350 years! It was indeed in 1643 that the first volume of Acta Sanctorum, the prestigious collection of ancient and medieval Lives of saints (68 vol. in-folio), was published."

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