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Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie ecclésiastiques (DHGE)

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Hrsg. v. Alfred Baudrillart, Albert De Meyer und Roger Aubert

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Umfassendes Nachschlagewerk mit über 70.000 Sach- und Personenartikeln zur Kirchengeschichte. Das vom Verlag Letouzey et Ané in Paris im Rahmen einer von ihm geplanten "Encyclopédie des sciences ecclésiastiques" ins Leben gerufenes Nachschlagewerk beinhaltet ausführliche Artikel mit weiterführenden Literaturhinweisen zu Heiligen, kirchlichen Amtsträgern, theologischen, philosophischen und historische Schriftstellern und Lehrern, Ordensgemeinschaften, Bistümern, Klöstern, Wallfahrtsorten, Ländern, Regionen u.a.

Der elektronischen Ausgabe liegt die von 1909 bis 2007 in 30 Bänden erschienene Printausgabe zugrunde. Updates: jährlich. Jährlicher Zuwachs: rund 1.000 Einträge.

 

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Brepols Publishers

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106279

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The Dictionnaire d'histoire et de géographie ecclésiastiques Online (DHGE) is an unparalleled source of information for anyone interested in the history of the Church. The DHGE has a wide coverage, including all continents and the period spanning Antiquity to the present day. The Dictionnaire's entries are divided into three distinct groups based on whether they deal with people, places or institutions.

The people that are included in the Dictionnaire are those who have played a role in the history of the Church either through their work or their writings. The second type of entry in the Dictionnaire deals with the Church's geographic history. Independently of the religious history of each country, the entries alongside the maps provide a history of the ecclesiastical provinces, i.e. the dioceses. As far as possible, a complete list of the bishops of each diocese concludes each monograph. The history and development of abbeys, priories and famous religious places can also be found in the Dictionnaire and, here also, there is a list of the abbots, priors or superiors associated with each one. The last group are entries dedicated to the main ecclesiastical institutions described from a purely historical perspective.

Key Features

- 30 volumes, 70,000 entries and sub-entries

- Updated yearly with new 1,000 entries per year

- Academic responsibility: the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and the Université Catholique de Louvain

- Text fully searchable

- Multilingual interface (English, French, German,

Spanish and Italian)

- Entries are divided in three distinct groups: people,

places or institutions

- Wide geographical and chronological coverage

Related Databases

- Live links to the bibliographic records of the Index Religiosus

- Enrichment with more than 2,200 biographical notes on bishops, drawn from the reference work Die Bischöfe des Heiligen Römischen Reiches

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