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The king's two bodies; a study in mediaeval political theology,

by Kantorowicz, Ernst Hartwig,
, a study in mediaeval political theology, Published by : Princeton University Press, (Princeton, N.J.,) Physical details: xvi, 568 p. illus. 25 cm. ISBN:9780691017044.
Subject(s): Kings and rulers. | Great Britain -- Kings and rulers.
Year: 1957
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Bibliography: p. 517-530.

I. Plowden's reports --
II. Shakespeare: King Richard II --
III. Christ-centered kingship --
Norman anonymous --
Frontispiece of the Aachen Gospels --
Halo of perpetuity --
IV. Law-centered kingship --
From liturgy to legal science --
Frederick the Second; Pater et filius Iustitiae; Iustitia Mediatrix --
Bracton; Rex infra et supra Legem; Christus-Fiscus --
V. Polity-centered kingship : Corpus mysticum --
Corpus ecclesiae mysticum --
Corpus reipublicae mysticum --
Pro Patria mori --
VI. On continuity and corporations --
Continuity --
Fictio Figura Veritatis --
VII. The King never dies --
Dynastic continuity --
The Crown as fiction --
Dignitas non moritur --
VIII. Man-centered kingship: Dante --
IX epilogue

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