The Antichrist and the Saint
Category: Medieval Europe
Антихристът и Светецът
Language: Bulgarian


This is a book about power, the pursuit of it, the conquest and its legal application in the thirteenth century. Two remarkable rulers are at the center of the text Emperor Frederick II Hohenstaufen, rebuked by the Church and accused of Antichrist, and King Louis IX, canonized after his death as a saint. Two personalities acting in different circumstances, but both respecting law and justice, good administrators and participants in Crusades. Different, but also the same in the application of power.


Table of contents

The Medieval Western European ruler

Emperor Frederick II of Hohenstaufen (1194—1250)

Louis IX, King of France (12141270)

They were called the Antichrist and the Saint



Publisher Polis
Language Bulgarian
Pages 164
Illustrations b/w figures
Binding paperback
ISBN 978-954-796-092-3
Creation date 2021
Size 14 х 21 cm

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