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“Recognised, Refuted, Rejected. The Quartodecimans and the Eastern Controversy in the heresiological traditions of the 3rd and 4th Centuries”, Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland, 23. -24. 08. 2018

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Gladly following the invitation of the conference organisators of the conference “Religious Polemics and Encounters in Late Antiquity: Boundaries, Conversions and Persuasion” which was hold at Åbo Akademi University in Turku, Finland, 23. -24. 08. 2018. My contribution goes partially back to my doctoral dissertation and one of my paper about bishop Victor I. of […]

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A Glimpse into Eternity. The Reception and Transformation of the Bildmotette ‘Adoration of God’s Lamb’ at the Multiplied and Modified Conference at University of Warsaw, 28-29. 06. 2018

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The proposed paper represent the first of several planned contributions to the reception history of a “Bildmotette” by J. Winghe and J. Sadeler in the Baltic region. My interest on the image goes back to my time at the German St. Gertruds Parish Church in Stockholm, where I discovered a painted copy of the original […]

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Mapping the Presence of Christians in the Catacombs of Priscilla, NAPS, Chicago, 24-26.05.2018

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This is the second presentation in the series about the Priscilla Catacombs in Rome. It aims to examine the distribution of specific  Christian inscriptions among all preserved still in situ inscriptions in the so called “Arenario” region. The paper was presented at the Annual Meeting of the North American Patristic Society which was hold May […]

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Presentation at the 6th International Hagiotheca Conference, Rome, 4-6 October 2017, Accademia d’Ungheria in Roma, Palazzo Falconieri, Via Giulia 1

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Bishop Calixtus I. of Rome (217?-222?) and his reception in the Refutatio omnium haeresium, an anonymous heresiography from the 3rd century, was the subject of my doctoral thesis. For this presentation at the 6th Hagiotheca conference, I shifted the focus from the actual life of Calixtus to his “afterlife”, memory and the development of his […]