Aviad Kleinberg

Aviad Kleinberg is Professor of History at Tel Aviv University and the author of Prophets in Their Own Country: Living Saints and the Making of Sainthood in the Later Middle Ages.

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Cover: Seven Deadly Sins: A Very Partial ListSeven Deadly Sins: A Very Partial ListKleinberg, Aviad
Emanuel, Susan
PAPERBACK10/30/2010$21.50
Cover: Flesh Made Word: Saints' Stories and the Western ImaginationFlesh Made Word: Saints' Stories and the Western ImaginationKleinberg, Aviad
Todd, Jane Marie
HARDCOVER04/30/2008$31.50
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