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Siete Sacramentos
The Seven Sacraments

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Pazos López, Ángel (2018) Siete Sacramentos. Base de datos digital de Iconografía Medieval .

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Abstract

Los siete sacramentos son los signos por los cuales se les facilita a los cristianos el camino a la salvación de su alma, santificando ciertos momentos cruciales ritualizados a lo largo de su ciclo vital. Hasta el siglo XI no existe una clara distinción entre las celebraciones de los sacramentos y de los sacramentales. Los escritos de Pedro Lombardo en el siglo XII, así como los de Tomás de Aquino en el XIII, ya codifican los sacramentos en siete y en la forma en la que se conocen en la actualidad: bautismo, confirmación, penitencia, eucaristía, sagradas órdenes, matrimonio y extremaunción.

Resumen (otros idiomas)

The seven sacraments are the signs by which Christians are given the path to the salvation of their soul, sanctifying certain ritualized moments throughout their life cycle. From the 11th and 12th centuries, thanks to writers like Peter Lombard or Thomas Aquinas, we know that they are organized in seven: baptism, confirmation, penance, eucharist, holly orders, marriage and extreme unction. Each sacrament is represented by alluding to the most significant ritual scene in the medieval imaginary. From the 14th century we find iconographic programs of sacramental themes that relate the sacraments with virtues and vices, with their iconographic prefigures in the Bible, or with the sacrifice of Christ on the cross. The iconography of the sacraments should not be confused with that of the sacramental (consecration of churches, blessings, or funerals, among others).

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:liturgia; ritual; ceremonias; ciclo vital; rito de paso.
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Liturgy; Ritual; Ceremonies; Life Cycle; Rite of Passage.
Subjects:Humanities > Art history
Humanities > Art history > Gothic art
Humanities > Art history > Medieval art
Humanities > Art history > Romanesque art
Humanities > Religion > Christianity
ID Code:56739
Deposited On:11 Sep 2019 12:28
Last Modified:24 Sep 2019 09:58

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