England and the Avignon Popes

Michael Byers (Berlin and New York, 2000), 93-4. 45. On Clements and Innocent's crusading plans, see Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 1305-1378 (Oxford, 1986), passim, 'France, England, and the "national crusade", ...

Author: Karsten Pluger

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ISBN: 9781351195652

Category: History

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"Much has been written about the complex relationship between England and the papacy in the 14th century, yet the form (rather than the content) of the diplomatic intercourse between these two protagonists has not hitherto been examined in detail. Drawing on a wide range of unpublished sources, Pluger explores the techniques of communication employed by the Crown in its dealings with Clement VI (1342-52) and Innocent VI (1352-62). Methodologies of social and cultural history and of International Relations are brought to bear on the analysis of the dialogue between Westminster and Avignon, resulting in a more complete picture of 14th-century Anglo-papal relations in particular and of medieval diplomatic practice in general."
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The Papacy Scotland and Northern England 1342 1378

But none of this can have influenced - except perhaps very tangentially the 5 N. Housley , The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades , 13051378 ( Oxford , 1986 ) . See also A. Luttrell , “ The crusade in the fourteenth century ' , in Europe ...

Author: A. D. M. Barrell

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052189395X

Category: History

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The first full analysis of papal involvement in late medieval Britain.
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La Papaut et les croisades The Papacy and the Crusades

28. 4 Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 1305-1378 (Oxford, 1986). Cf. Norman Housley, The 1talian Crusades. The Papal-Angevin Alliance and the Crusades against Christian Lay Powers, 1254-1343 (Oxford, 1982); Housley, ...

Author: Professor Michel Balard

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409482703

Category: History

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This volume brings together a selection of the papers on the theme of the Papacy and the Crusades, delivered at the 7th Congress of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East. After the introduction by Michel Balard, the first papers examine aspects of crusader terminology. The next section deals with events and perceptions in the West, including papers on the crusades against the Albigensians and Frederick II, and on the situation in the Iberian peninsula. There follow studies on relations between crusaders and the local populations in the Byzantine world after 1204 and Frankish Greece, and in Cilician Armenia, while a final pair looks at papal interventions in Poland and Scandinavia.
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John Locke s Political Philosophy and the Hebrew Bible

As a result, a Papacy was established in Avignon, France that lasted from 1305 to 1378, in which seven Popes, all French, ... of the Crusades during the Avignon Papacy, see Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378 ...

Author: Yechiel M. Leiter

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9781108428187

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John Locke, whose ideas helped give birth to the United States, predicated his political theory on the Hebrew Bible. Why?
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The Medieval Papacy

N. Housely, The Italian Crusades: the Papal–Angevin Alliance and the Crusades against Christian Lay Powers, 1254–1343 (Oxford, 1982), and The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378 (Oxford, 1986), looks at the Avignon popes' ...

Author: Brett Edward Whalen

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9781137374783

Category: Religion

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During the Middle Ages, the popes of Rome claimed both spiritual authority and worldly powers, vying with emperors for supremacy, ruling over the Papal States, and legislating the norms of Christian society. They also faced profound challenges to their proclaimed primacy over Christendom. The Medieval Papacy explores the unique role that the Roman Church and its papal leadership played in the historical development of medieval Europe. Brett Edward Whalen pays special attention to the religious, intellectual and political significance of the papacy from the first century through to the Reformation in the sixteenth century. Ideal for students, scholars and general readers alike, this approachable survey helps us to understand the origins of an idea and institution that continue to shape our modern world.
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La Papaut et les croisades The Papacy and the Crusades

4 Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378 (Oxford, 1986). Cf. Norman Housley, The Italian Crusades. The PapalAngevin Alliance and the Crusades against Christian Lay Powers, 1254– 1343 (Oxford, 1982); Housley, ...

Author: Michel Balard

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317108542

Category: History

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This volume brings together a selection of the papers on the theme of the Papacy and the Crusades, delivered at the 7th Congress of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East. After the introduction by Michel Balard, the first papers examine aspects of crusader terminology. The next section deals with events and perceptions in the West, including papers on the crusades against the Albigensians and Frederick II, and on the situation in the Iberian peninsula. There follow studies on relations between crusaders and the local populations in the Byzantine world after 1204 and Frankish Greece, and in Cilician Armenia, while a final pair looks at papal interventions in Poland and Scandinavia.
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Avignon and Its Papacy 1309 1417

Regarding the Avignon papacy and crusades, see Norman Housley, The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378 (Oxford: Clarendon, 1986). On the Hundred Years' War, see Jonathan Sumption, The Hundred Years War: Volume II, Trial by Fire ...

Author: Joëlle Rollo-Koster

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781442215344

Category: History

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With the arrival of Clement V in 1309, seven popes ruled the Western Church from Avignon until 1378. Joëlle Rollo-Koster traces the compelling story of the transplanted papacy in Avignon, the city the popes transformed into their capital. Through an engaging blend of political and social history, she argues that we should think more positively about the Avignon papacy, with its effective governance, intellectual creativity, and dynamism. It is a remarkable tale of an institution growing and defending its prerogatives, of people both high and low who produced and served its needs, and of the city they built together. As the author reconsiders the Avignon papacy (1309–1378) and the Great Western Schism (1378–1417) within the social setting of late medieval Avignon, she also recovers the city’s urban texture, the stamp of its streets, the noise of its crowds and celebrations, and its people’s joys and pains. Each chapter focuses on the popes, their rules, the crises they faced, and their administration but also on the history of the city, considering the recent historiography to link the life of the administration with that of the city and its people. The story of Avignon and its inhabitants is crucial for our understanding of the institutional history of the papacy in the later Middle Ages. The author argues that the Avignon papacy and the Schism encouraged fundamental institutional changes in the governance of early modern Europe—effective centralization linked to fiscal policy, efficient bureaucratic governance, court society (société de cour), and conciliarism. This fascinating history of a misunderstood era will bring to life what it was like to live in the fourteenth-century capital of Christianity.
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Medieval Italy

The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378. Oxford: Clarendon, 1986. Mollat, Guillaume. The Popes at Avignon, 1305-1378, trans. Janet Love. London: T. Nelson, 1963. Partner, Peter. The Lands of Saint Peter: The Papal State in the ...

Author: Christopher Kleinhenz

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135948801

Category: History

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This Encyclopedia gathers together the most recent scholarship on Medieval Italy, while offering a sweeping view of all aspects of life in Italy during the Middle Ages. This two volume, illustrated, A-Z reference is a cross-disciplinary resource for information on literature, history, the arts, science, philosophy, and religion in Italy between A.D. 450 and 1375. For more information including the introduction, a full list of entries and contributors, a generous selection of sample pages, and more, visit the Medieval Italy: An Encyclopedia website.
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Routledge Revivals Medieval Italy 2004

The Avignon Papacy and the Crusades, 13051378. Oxford: Clarendon, 1986. Mollat, Guillaume. The Popes at Avignon, 1305-1378, trans. Janet Love. London: T. Nelson, 1963. Partner, Peter. The Lands of Saint Peter: The Papal State in the ...

Author: Christopher Kleinhenz

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781351664431

Category: History

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First published in 2004, Medieval Italy: An Encyclopedia provides an introduction to the many and diverse facets of Italian civilization from the late Roman empire to the end of the fourteenth century. It presents in two volumes articles on a wide range of topics including history, literature, art, music, urban development, commerce and economics, social and political institutions, religion and hagiography, philosophy and science. This illustrated, A-Z reference is a cross-disciplinary resource and will be of key interest not only to students and scholars of history but also to those studying a range of subjects, as well as the general reader.
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