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    The Salvation of the Flesh in Tertullian of Carthage

    By: Carly Daniel-hughes

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    ISBN
    9780230117730
    Date Released
    Binding
    Hardcover
    Pages
    176
     

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    "Ideal for scholars and students of early Christianity, Dressing for the Resurrection examines Tertullian of Carthage's (160-220 C.E.) writings on dress within Roman vestimentary culture. It employs a socio-historical approach, together with insights from performance theory and feminist rhetorical analysis, to situate Tertullian's comments in the broader context of the Roman Empire, and to investigate them as evidence of the productive and disputed role clothing and adornment played in early Christian life and constructions of salvation"--

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