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15) This hagiographer's career led him to some of the most influential intellectual and political centers of the Carolingian Renaissance.
In the first seven chapters, Pedersen explores this "give and take" beginning with the birth of science, the early church fathers, the Carolingian Renaissance, medieval science and theology, and ending with the early modern science of Isaac Newton.
In fact, it wasn't until the 8th and 9th centuries, the period of the Carolingian Renaissance, that representations of Christ's body began to routinely appear on crosses.