Augustine to Early Middle Ages - Part 23 - St. Isidore of Seville and Visigothic Spain

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The influence of Visigothic Spain in Ireland, Britain and Gaul was enormous and central to an understanding of how the West could break with submission to the emperors in Constantinople. Hispano-Romans had a great appreciation for Classical Culture, both secular and Christian. The greatest of the Spanish thinkers, St. Isidore of Seville, is symbolic of the glory of Christian Visigothic life as a whole, and is the topic of this talk by Father Ignacio Barreiro. Taken from the series: "From Augustine and Chrysostom to the Papal-Frankish Alliance Christianity in the Early Middle Ages (395-752) - 2006 Hildebrand Institute"

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