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Rtyrdom that was celebrated as a saint of white martyrdom, species
Rtyrdom that was celebrated as a saint of white martyrdom, species of non-violent martyrdom that was self-inflicted by way of strict chastity, self-abnegation, mortification in the flesh, and pious self-inflicted by means of strict chastity, self-abnegation, mortification on the flesh, and pious spiritual workouts (Noyes 2018, pp. 1845). According to seventeenth-century hagiograspiritual exercises (Noyes 2018, pp. 1845). Based on seventeenth-century hagiphies, “This mostmost chaste prince [Kazimierz] could rightly be called a Martyr of Chasographies, “This chaste prince [Kazimierz] could rightly be known as a Martyr of Chastity, for the reason that he was such a studious observer of chastity that he elected to die an early death tity, for the reason that he was such a studious observer of chastity that he elected to die an early .death…” (Ercole 1687,eight). eight). The prince purportedly spent nights prostrate outsideon the . . ” (Ercole 1687, p. p. The prince purportedly spent nights prostrate outdoors around the bare ground meditating on the Passion (di S. Clemizole Purity & Documentation Antonio 1629, pp. 245), wore a spiked iron bare ground meditating on the Passion (di S. Antonio 1629, pp. 245), wore a spiked iron chain against his bare skin (Ibid., p. 23), and induced death-like ecstasies through intense chain against his bare skin (Ibid., p. 23), and induced death-like ecstasies through intense spiritual devotion to objects and pictures (Ibid., p. 81). He also ignored doctors’ warnings spiritual devotion to objects and photos (Ibid., p. 81). He also ignored doctors’ warnings that sexual intercourse would increase his well being, instead rejecting marriage and thereby that sexual intercourse would improve his wellness, instead rejecting marriage and thereby ultimately bringing about his premature demise (Ibid., p. 59). in the end bringing about his premature demise (Ibid., p. 59). Ferreri coined the neologism Litalinian, eliding the toponyms Lituania (Lithuania) and Ferreri coined the neologism Litalinian, eliding the toponyms Lituania (Lithuania) and Italia (Italy). He adapted this term to to make an adjective delineating NBQX web hybrid Italo ithuaItalia (Italy). He adapted this term create an adjective delineating hybrid Italo ithuanian noblenoble identity in the service of promoting the Jagiellonian cult and lead to for canoninian identity in the service of advertising the Jagiellonian cult and lead to for canonization 12 (Dini 2014, pp. 1646).1646).12 He went so far as that the Grand Duchy ought to be should really zation (Dini 2014, pp. He went so far as to claim to claim that the Grand Duchy called Litaliania in lieu of Lituania, asLituania, as the namederived from l’Italia from l’Italia2014). be referred to as Litaliania rather than the name ultimately ultimately derived (Dini 2010, (Dini Though2014). Although his could have already been novel, been novel, the concepts undergirding it 2010 his terminology terminology may well possess the ideas undergirding it have been not: the Italianizing (even Romanizing) of the LithuanianLithuanianorigins from fugitives and had been not: the Italianizing (even Romanizing) with the nobility’s nobility’s origins from fuimmigrants immigrants of empire who settledwho settled around the Baltic littoral was broadly gitives and of the Roman the Roman empire on the Baltic littoral was extensively theorized in the fifteenth century amongst Italian and Lithuanian erudites.13 Ferreri’s Ferreri’s theorized from the fifteenth century amongst Italian and Lithuanian erudites.13 linkage was grounded around the account account ofecclesiast and h.