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The Cultural Project of Krastyo Peykich (1666-1730): A 'Spiritual Weapon' for the Catholic Undertaking in Eighteenth-Century East Central Europe

@inproceedings{Manova2012TheCP,
  title={The Cultural Project of Krastyo Peykich (1666-1730): A 'Spiritual Weapon' for the Catholic Undertaking in Eighteenth-Century East Central Europe},
  author={Iva Manova},
  year={2012}
}
Krastyo Peykich (1666-1730) was an early modern author, Bulgarian by birth, Roman and Venetian by education, active as a Catholic missionary in central and east-central Europe in the decades around the very end of the seventeenth and the beginning of the eighteenth centuries, whose polemical works dealt with controversialist theology and political and juridical issues. This study discloses his cultural project and the historical relevance of the latter, by means of a reading of his works and an… Expand