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Simon Barton and Richard Fletcher

coined by P. A. Linehan, ‘Religion, nationalism and national identity in medieval Spain and Portugal’, in Religion and National Identity , ed. S. Mews, Studies in Church History 18 (Oxford, 1982 ), 161–99, at p. 162. 26 For a detailed study of the Pelagian forgeries, see Fernández Conde

in The world of El Cid
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Craig Taylor

’s understanding of France, and therefore of national identity in general, was rather different from that of a modern person. 16 Her country was a vague and uncertain physical space, defined more by its association with a specific people than by its administrative or geographical boundaries. She consistently spoke of villages and towns, but gave little evidence of understanding the wider administrative or political geography of the

in Joan of Arc
R. N. Swanson

national identity. 4 Here, and elsewhere, the spiritual side cannot be discounted; but it is difficult to disentangle. Even though few new English saints were canonised after 1300, continental cults were imported; and numerous unofficial devotions centred on English men (there seem to be none centred on women). 5 Saints acted as

in Catholic England