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					AHVS 60261 SAINTS AND SOCIETY The majority of the books and articles below are available in the JRUL. (A few are housed in Deansgate.) In addition, articles and chapters marked ‘(BOX)’ can be found in the AHVS60261 boxes in the Kantorowich Library, which is situated in Humanities Bridgeford Street. Items in the box are for reference only and may not be removed from the library. IMAGERY RELATING TO SAINTS Kaftal is the major reference work for the painted representation of saints in Italian art between 1300 and 1500. Although the four volumes of The Iconography of the Saints are not encyclopaedic, they are a good starting point for any investigation into the depiction of sanctity. Kaftal, George, The Iconography of the Saints in the Central and South Italiam Schools, Sansoni: Florence 1965 Kaftal, George, The Iconography of the Saints in the Painting of North-East Italy, Sansoni: Florence 1978 Kaftal, George, The Iconography of the Saints in the Painting of North-West Italy, Sansoni: Florence 1985 Kaftal, George, The Iconography of the Saints in Tuscan Painting, Sansoni: Florence 1952 DISCUSSION TOPICS WHO WAS A SAINT? TYPOLOGIES OF SANCTITY Goodich, M., ‘A Profile of Thirteenth-Century Sainthood’ in Comparative Studies in Society and History 18 (1976), 429-437. Goodich, M., ‘Ancilla Dei: The Servant as Saint in the Late Middle Ages’ in Women of the Medieval World, ed. J. Kirshner and S. Wemple, Oxford 1985, 119-136. (BOX) Goodich, M., Vita Perfecta: The Ideal of Sainthood in the Thirteenth Century, Stuttgart 1982. Kieckhefer, Unquiet Souls. Fourteenth-Century Saints and their Religious Milieu, Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press 1984. Kleinberg, A.M., ‘Saint Francis of Assisi and the burden of example’ (Chapter 6) in Prophets in their own Country. Living Saints and the Making of Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1992, pp. 126-148. (BOX) Kleinberg, A.M., Prophets in their own Country. Living Saints and the Making of Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1992.

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Vauchez, A., ‘The evolution of the criteria of sainthood from the late twelfth to the early fifteenth centuries’ (Chapter 13) in Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages, trans. Jean Birrell, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1997. (BOX) Vauchez, André, Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages, trans. Jean Birrell, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1997. Weinstein, D. and Bell, R., `Who was a saint?’ (Chapter 5) in Saints and Society. The Two Worlds of Western Christendom, 1000-1700, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1982, pp. 141-165. (BOX) Weinstein, D. and Bell, R., Saints and Society. The Two Worlds of Western Christendom, 1000-1700, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1982.
CANONIZATION

Goodich, M., ‘The Politics of Canonization in the Thirteenth Century: Lay and Mendicant Saints’ in Church History 44 (1975), 294-307. Kemp, E.W., ‘Pope Alexander III and the Canonization of the Saints’ in Transactions of the Royal Historical Society 27 (1945), 13-28. (BOX) Kemp. E.W., Canonization and Authority in the Western Church, London 1948. Kleinberg, A.M., ‘Proving Sanctity: Selection and Authentication of Saints in the Later Middle Ages’ in Viator 20 (1989), 183-205. (BOX) Toynbee, Margaret, Saint Louis of Toulouse and the Process of Canonisation in the Fourteenth Century, Manchester University Press: Manchester 1929. SAINTS AND THEIR BIOGRAPHERS Bekker-Nielson, H. (ed.), Hagiography and Medieval Literature, Centre for the Study of Vernacular Literature in the Middle Ages: Odense 1981. Coakley, J., ‘Friars as Confidants of Holy Women in Medieval Dominican Hagiography’ in Images of Sainthood in Medieval Europe, ed. R. BlumenfeldKosinski and T. Szell, Ithaca (NY) 1991. Coakley, J., ‘Friars, Sanctity and Gender: Mendicant Encounters with Saints, 12501325’ in Medieval Masculinities: Regarding Men in the Middle Ages, ed. C.A. Lees, T. Fenster and J.A. McNamara, University of Minnesota Press: Minneapolis 1994, pp 91-110. (BOX) Coakley, J., ‘Gender and the Authority of the Friars: The Significance of Holy Women for Thirteenth-Century Franciscans and Dominicans’ in Church History 60 (1991), 445-460. (BOX) Coon, Lynda L., Sacred Fictions: Holy Women and Hagiography in Late Antiquity, University of Pennsyvlania Press: Philadelphia 1997. Delehaye, H., The Legends of the Saints, trans. V.M. Crawford, London 1961 (translated from the French edition of 1907). Heffernan, Thomas J., Sacred Biography: Saints and their Biographers in the Middle Ages, Oxford University Press: Oxford 1988.

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Mooney, C. (ed.), Gendered Voices: Medieval Saints and their Interpreters, University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia 1999. FEMALE SANCTITY Bornstein, D. (ed), Women and Religion in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1996. Goodich, M., ‘The Contours of Female Piety in Later Medieval Hagiography’ in Church History 59 (1981), 20-32. Petroff, Elizabeth A., Body and Soul. Essays on Medieval Women and Mysticism, Oxford: Oxford University Press 1994. CLARE OF ASSISI Armstrong, R.J. (ed.), Clare of Assisi. Early Documents, Saint Bonaventure NY 1993. Gill, K., ‘Scandala: controversies concerning clausura and women’s religious communities in late medieval Italy’ in Christendom and its Discontents. Exclusion, Persecution and Rebellion 1000-1500, ed. S.L. Waugh and P.D. Diehl, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1996. Mooney, Catherine M., ‘Imitatio Christi or Imitatio Mariae? Clare of Assisi and her Interpreters’, in Catherine M. Mooney (ed.), Gendered Voices. Medieval Saints and their Interpreters, University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia 1999, pp. 52-77. Moorman, J., A History of the Franciscan Order from its Origins to the year 1517, Oxford University Press: Oxford 1968. Petroff, Elizabeth A., ‘A Medieval Woman’s Utopian Vision: The Rule of Saint Clare of Assisi’, in Elizabeth A. Petroff, Body and Soul. Essays on Medieval Women and Mysticism, Oxford University Press: Oxford 1994, pp. 66-82. Ranft, ‘An overturned victory: Clare of Assisi and the thirteenth [-century] church’, Journal of Medieval History 17 (1991), 123-134. (BOX) Schulenburg, J., ‘Strict active enclosure and its effects on the female monastic experience’, in Medieval Women. Vol. 1. Distant Echoes, Kalamazoo 1984, pp. 5186. Wood, Jeryldene, ‘Clara, claris, praeclara’, from Women, Art, and Spirituality. The Poor Clares of Early Modern Italy, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1996, pp. 11-33. (BOX) Wood, Jeryldene, ‘Perceptions of holiness in thirteenth-century Italy: Clare of Assisi’, Art History 14 (1991), 303-328. (BOX) Wood, Jeryldene, Women, Art, and Spirituality. The Poor Clares of Early Modern Italy, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1996. HUMILITY OF FAENZA

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Brundage, J.A. and Makowski, E.M., ‘Enclosure of nuns: the decretal Periculoso and its commentators’, Journal of Medieval History 20 (1994), pp. 143-155. Mooney, C.M., ‘Authority and Inspiration in the Vitae and Sermons of Humility of Faenza’, in Medieval Monastic Preaching, ed. C. Muessig, Leiden 1998, pp. 123144. Petroff, Elizabeth A., ‘Writing the Body: Male and Female in the Writings of Marguerite d’Oingt. Angela of Foligno and Umiltà of Faenza’, in Elizabeth A. Petroff, Body and Soul. Essays on Medieval Women and Mysticism, Oxford University Press: Oxford 1994, pp. 204-224. Warr, Cordelia, ‘Viewing and Commissioning Pietro Lorenzetti’s Saint Humility Polyptych’, Journal of Medieval History 26/3 (2000), pp. 269-300.
SAINT CATHERINE OF SIENA

Bell, Rudolph M., ‘I, Catherine’ in Holy Anorexia, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1985, pp. 22-53. (BOX) Raymond of Capua, The Life of Saint Catherine of Siena, trans. George Lamb, Harvill Press: London 1960. MIRACLES
WHAT IS A MIRACLE?

Goodich, M., ‘Cult and miracle in the fourteenth century’ (Chapter 1) in Violence and Miracle in the Fourteenth Century. Private Grief and Public Salvation, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1995, pp. 1-24. (BOX) Goodich, M., Violence and Miracle in the Fourteenth Century. Private Grief and Public Salvation, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1995. Goodich, Michael, Lives and Miracles of the Saints: Studies in Medieval Latin Hagiography, Variorum Collected Series: Aldershot 2004. Hardon, J.A., ‘The Concept of Miracle from Augustine to Modern Apologetics’ in Theological Studies 15 (1954), pp. 229-257. (BOX) Jansen, Katherine L. ‘Miraculous Crucifixes in Late Medieval Italy’, in Signs, Wonders, Miracles. Representations of Divine Power in the Life of the Church (Studies in Church History 41), eds. Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory, Boydell and Brewer: Woodbridge and New York 2005, pp. 203-227. (BOX) Jones, Timothy S. and Sprunger, David A., Marvels, Monsters and Miracles: studies in the medieval and early modern imaginations (Studies in Medieval Culture 62), Medieval Institute Publications: Kalamazoo, Mich. 2002. Kee, H.C., Miracles in the Early Christian World: A Study in Sociohistorical Method, New Haven 1983. Ward, B., Miracles and the Medieval Mind: Theory, Record, Event, 1100-1215, Philadelphia 1982.

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THE BODY OF THE SAINT Bynum, C.W., ‘Why all the fuss about the body? A Medievalist’s Perspective’, in Critical Enquiry 22 (1995), pp. 1-33. Bynum, C. W., ‘The female body and religious practice in the later middle ages’ in Fragmentation and Redemption: Essays on Gender and the Human Body in Medieval Religion, Zone Books: New York 1992, pp. 181-238. (BOX) Bynum, C.W., ‘Women’s stories: women’s symbols: a critique of Victor Turner’s theory of liminality’ in Fragmentation and Redemption: Essays on Gender and the Human Body in Medieval Religion, Zone Books: New York 1992, pp. 27-52. Bynum, Caroline Walker, Fragmentation and Redemption: Essays on Gender and the Human Body in Medieval Religion, Zone Books: New York 1992.
DEATH AND DISSECTION

Park, Katharine, ‘The life of the corpse: Division and Dissection in Late Medieval Europe’, Journal of the History of Medicine 50 (1995), pp. 111-132. (BOX) Brown, Elizabeth A.R., ‘Death and the Human Body in the Later Middle Ages: the legislation of Boniface VIII on the division of the corpse’, Viator 12 (1981), pp. 221-270. (BOX) Park, Katharine, ‘The Criminal and the Saintly Body: Autopsy and Dissection in Renaissance Italy’, Renaissance Quarterly 47 (1994), pp. 1-33. (BOX)
THE HEART

Freyhan, R., ‘The Evolution of the Caritas Figure in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries’, in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 11 (1948), pp. 68-86. (BOX) Jager, Eric, ‘The book of the heart: reading and writing the medieval subject’, Speculum 71 (1996), pp. 4-26. (BOX) Jager, Eric, The Book of the Heart, University of Chicago Press: London and Chicago 2000.
CLARE OF MONTEFALCO

Brink, Joel, ‘Cardinal Napoleone Orsini and Chiara della Croce: a note on the monache in Simone Martini’s Passion Altarpiece’, Zeitschrift fűr Kunstgeschichte 46 (1983), pp. 419-424. (BOX) Menestò, Enrico, ‘The apostolic canonization proceedings of Clare of Montefalco, 1318-1319’, in Women and Religion in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, eds Daniel Bornstein and Roberto Rusconi, trans. Marjorie J. Schneider, University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1996, pp. 104-129.
MARGARET OF CORTONA

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Bornstein, Daniel, ‘The Uses of the Body: The Church and the Cult of Santa Margherita da Cortona’, Church History 62 (1993), pp. 163-177. (BOX) Cannon, Joanna and Vauchez, André, Margherita of Cortona and the Lorenzetti: Sienese art and the cult of a holy woman in medieval Tuscany, Pennsylvania State University Press: Pennsylvania 1999. STIGMATA Bynum, C.W., ‘The Mysticism and Asceticism of Medieval Women: Some Comments of the Typologies of Max Weber and Ernst Troeltsch’, in Caroline Walker Bynum, Fragmentation and Redemption, Zone Books: New York 1992, pp. 53-78. Caplan, Jane, Written on the Body. The Tattoo in European and American History, London: Reaktion Books 2000. Constable, Giles, Three Studies in Medieval Religious and Social Thought, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge 1995. Gurewich, V., ‘Observations on the Iconography of the Wound in Christ’s Side, with Special Reference to its Position’, in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 20 (1957), pp. 358-362. Gustafson, Mark, ‘The Tattoo in the Later Roman Empire and Beyond’, in Written on the Body, ed. Jane Caplan, London: Reaktion Books 2000, pp. 17-31. Jones, C.P., ‘Stigma and Tattoo’, in Written on the Body, ed. Jane Caplan, London: Reaktion Books 2000, pp. 1-16. (BOX) Mac Innes, Ian, ‘Stigmata on Trial: The Nun of Portugal and the Politics of the Body’, in Viator 31 (2000), pp. 381-397. Thurston, Herbert, The Physical Phenomena of Mysticism, ed. J.H. Crehan, London 1952.
SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI

The following is only a small selection of the vast literature on Saint Francis, and on images of Saint Francis. Cook, William R., ‘Fraternal and Lay Images of Saint Francs in the thirteenth century’ in J. Sweeney and S. Chodorow, Popes, Teachers and Canon Law in the Middle Ages, Cornell University Press: Ithaca NY and London 1989, pp. 263-289. (BOX) Cook, William R., ‘The Saint Francis Dossal in Siena: An important interpretation of the life of Saint Francis of Assisi’, in Archivum Franciscanum Historicum 87 (1994), pp. 3-20. (BOX) Frugoni, Chiara, ‘Saint Francis, a Saint in Progress’, in Sandro Sticca (ed.), Saints. Studies in Hagiography, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies: Binghampton NY 1996, pp. 161-190. (BOX)

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Gardner, J., ‘The Louvre Stigmatisation and the problem of the narrative altarpiece’, in Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte 45 (1982), pp. 217-247. (BOX) Goffen, Rona, ‘Words and Images’ (Chapter 3) in Spirituality in Conflict, Pensylvania State University Press: University Park 1988, pp. 23-50. (BOX) Goffen, Rona, Spirituality in Conflict: Saint Francis and Giotto’s Bardi Chapel, Pennsylvania State University Press: University Park 1988. Gordon, Dillian, ‘The Reconstruction of Sassetta’s Altarpiece for San Francesco, Borgo San Sepolcro, a postscript’, Burlington Magazine 135 (1993), 620-623. Henk W. Van Os, ‘Saint Francis of Assisi as a second Christ in early Italian painting’, in Simiolus 7 (1975), pp. 115-132. (BOX) Moorman, J.R.H., A History of the Franciscan Order From its Origins to the Year 1517, Oxford : Clarendon Press (1968). Moorman, J.R.H., The Sources for the life of Saint Francis of Assisi, Manchester University Press: Manchester 1940. Nimmo, Duncan, Reform and Division in the Medieval Franciscan Order: from Saint Francis to the foundation of the Capuchins, Capuchin Historical Institute: Rome 1987. Salter, Emma Gurney, Franciscan Legends in Italian Art. Pictures in Italian churches and galleries, Dent: London 1905. Smart, A., The Assisi Problem and the Art of Giotto, Clarendon Press: Oxford 1971. Stein, Judith, ‘Dating the Bardi Saint Francis Master Dossal: Text and Image’, in Franciscan Studies 36 (1976), pp. 271-295. (BOX)
ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS OF PRIMARY SOURCE MATERIAL FOR SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI

Habig, Marion A. (ed.), Saint Francis of Assisi. Writings and early biographies, SPCK: London 1979. Saint Francis according to Brother Thomas of Celano. His descriptions of the Seraphic Father AD 1229-1257, critical introduction by H. Rosedale, Dent: London 1904. The Little Flowers of Saint Francis of Assisi, trans. T.W. Arnold, Chatto and Windus: London 1925. Thomas of Celano, The Lives of Saint Francis of Assisi, trans. A.G. Ferrers Howell, Methuen and Co.: London 1908. RELICS
THE CULT OF RELICS

Brown, Elizabeth, ‘Death and the Human Body in the Later Middle Ages: the Legislation of Boniface VIII on the Division of Corpses’, Viator 12 (1981), pp. 221270. (BOX) Bynum, Caroline Walker, Fragmentation and Redemption: Essays on gender and the human body in medieval religion, Zone Books: New York 1991. 7

Geary, Patrick J. ‘Sacred Commodities: the circulation of medieval relics’, in Arjun Cappadurai (ed.), The Social Life of Things. Commodities in Cultural Perspective, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York (1986), pp. 169-194. (BOX) Geary, Patrick J., Furta Sacra: Thefts of Relics in the Central Middle Ages, Princeton University Press: Princeton 1990. Jacobus de Voragine, The Golden Legend, trans. William Granger Ryan, Princeton University Press: Princeton 1993. McCulloch, J., ‘The Cult of Relics in the Letters and Dialogues of Pope Gregory the Great’ in Traditio 22 (1976), pp. 145-184. Morris, C., ‘A Critique of Popular Religion: Guibert of Nogent on the Relics of the Saints’, in Studies in Church History 8 (1972), pp. 55-60.
BODY PART RELIQUARIES

Boehm, D. Drake, ‘Body-part reliquaries: the state of research’, Gesta 36 (1997), pp. 8-19. Bynum, C. Walker and Gerson, P., ‘Body part reliquaries and body parts in the Middle Ages’, Gesta 36 (1997), pp. 3-7. Moskowitz, Anita, ‘Donatello’s Reliquary Bust of San Rossore’, Art Bulletin (1981), pp. 41-48.
THE HOLY IMAGE OF EDESSA AND THE VERONICA

Belting, Hans, ‘The “Holy Face”: Legends and Images in Competitions’ (Chapter 11) in Likeness and Presence: a history of the image before the era of art, University of Chicago Press: Chicago (1994), pp. 208-224. (BOX) Belting, Hans, Likeness and Presence: a history of the image before the era of art, University of Chicago Press: Chicago 1994. Kessler, Herbert L. and Wolf, Gerhard (eds.), The Holy Face and the Paradox of Representation (Papers from a colloquium held at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome and the Villa Spelman, Florence, 1996), Nuova Alfa: Bologna 1998. Kessler, Herbert L., ‘Configuring the invisible by copying the Holy Face’ (Chapter 4) in Spiritual Seeing. Picturing God’s invisibility in medieval art, University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia 2000, pp. 64-87. (BOX) Kessler, Herbert L., Spiritual Seeing. Picturing God’s invisibility in medieval art, University of Pennsylvania Press: Philadelphia 2000. Kuryluk, Eva, Veronica and her Cloth. History, Symbolism and Structure of a True Image, Blackwell: Oxford 1991. Runciman, Steven, ‘Some remarks on the image of Edessa’, in Cambridge Historical Journal 3/3 (1931), pp. 238-252. Weitzman, Kurt, ‘The mandylion and Constantine Porphyrogennetos’, in Cahiers Archéologiques 11 (1960), pp. 163 ff.

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Wolf, Gerhard, ‘From Mandylion to Veronica: Picturing the “disembodied” face and disseminating the true image of Christ in the Latin West’ in Kessler, Herbert L. and Wolf, Gerhard (eds.), The Holy Face and the Paradox of Representation (Papers from a colloquium held at the Bibliotheca Hertziana, Rome and the Villa Spelman, Florence, 1996), Nuova Alfa: Bologna 1998, pp. 153-179. (BOX)
THE VIRGIN’S GIRDLE

Andrew Breeze, ‘The Girdle of Prato and its Rivals’ in Bulletin of the Board of Celtic Studies XXXIII (1986), pp. 95-100. Brendan Cassidy, ‘The Assumption of the Virgin on the Tabernacle of Orsanmichele’, in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 51 (1988), pp. 174-180. Cassidy, Brendan, ‘A Relic, some Pictures and the Mothers of Florence in the Late Fourteenth Century’ in Gesta 30 (1991), pp. 91-99. Cole, Bruce, Agnolo Gaddi, Clarendon Press: Oxford 1977. Hetherington, Paul, ‘A Purchase of Byzantine Relics and Reliquaries in FourteenthCentury Venice’ in Arte Veneta 37 (1983), pp. 9-30. M.R. James, The Apocryphal New Testament, Oxford 1924, pp. 216-218. Marina Warner, Alone of All Her Sex: The Myth and Cult of the Virgin Mary, London 1990. Norman, D., Siena and the Virgin. Art & Politics in a Late Medieval City State, Yale University Press: New Haven & London 1999. SIGHT / SEEING / READING
VISION/S AND SANCTITY

Biernoff, Suzannah, Sight and Embodiment in the Middle Ages, Palgrave Macmillan: Basingstoke and New York 2002. Bolzoni, Lina, The Web of Images: Vernacular preaching from its origins to Saint Bernardino of Siena, Ashgate: Aldershot 2003. Camille, Michael, ‘Before the Gaze. The Internal Senses and Late Medieval Practices of Seeing’, in Robert S. Nelson (ed.), Visuality Before and Beyond the Renaissance. Seeing as Others Saw, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York 2000, pp. 197-223. Camille, Michael, ‘Seeing and reading: some visual implications of medieval literacy and illiteracy’, in Art History 8 (1985), pp. 26-49. Chazelle, Celia M., ‘Pictures, books, and the illiterate: Pope Gregory I’s letters to Serenus of Marseilles’, in Word and Image 6 (1990), pp. 138-153. Duggan, L., ‘Was art really the book of the illiterate?’, in Word and Image 5 (1999), pp. 226 ff.

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Frugoni, Chiara, ‘Female mystics, visions, and iconography’ in Women and Religion in Medieval and Renaissance Italy, eds Daniel Bornstein and Roberto Rusconi, The University of Chicago Press: Chicago and London 1996, pp. 130-164. Hahn, Cynthia, ’Visio Dei. Changes in Medieval Visuality’, in Robert S. Nelson (ed.), Visuality Before and Beyond the Renaissance. Seeing as Others Saw, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge and New York 2000, pp. 169-196. Janet Soskice, ‘Sight and Vision in Medieval Christian Thought’, in Teresa Brennan and Martin Jay (eds.), Vision in context: historical and contemporary perspectives on sight, Routledge: New York and London 1996, pp. 29-44. Kruger, Steven F., Dreaming in the Middle Ages, Cambridge University Press: Cambridge (1982).

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