Historiografia na encruzilhada

Expectativas escatológicas, exegese bíblica e ciclos astronômicos nos tempos de Carlos Magno

Palavras-chave: Historiografia carolíngia, escatologia, cultura carolíngia

Resumo

Este artigo sugere que o esforço carolíngio em redefinir o calendário no momento da coroação de Carlos Magno para o ano 6000 da Criação e 801 da Encarnação de Cristo deve ser considerado como apenas um dos períodos no ciclo dos processos de realinhamento, redefinição e reimplantar o calendário desde os tempos de Agostinho. A primeira vez em que estudiosos como Jerônimo e Agostinho tiveram que abordar o final do calendário da história sagrada universal foi durante os séculos IV e V. O período carolíngio testemunhou a segunda “época do acerto de contas”, quando a data de Eusébio para a Encarnação do Anno Mundi 5199 levou os estudiosos a reconsiderar o significado da regra carolíngia por volta do ano 801, ou seja, o Anno Mundi 6000.

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Biografia do Autor

Dmitri Starostin, University of St-Petersburg

Assistant Professor, Department of History

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STAROSTIN, D. Historiografia na encruzilhada: Expectativas escatológicas, exegese bíblica e ciclos astronômicos nos tempos de Carlos Magno. História da Historiografia: International Journal of Theory and History of Historiography, v. 13, n. 33, p. 229-270, 9 ago. 2020.
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