Heresies of the high Middle Ages. by Walter L. Wakefield

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  • Christian sects, Medieval.

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Includes bibliographical references.

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StatementSelected sources translated and annotated by Walter L. Wakefield and Austin P. Evans.
SeriesRecords of civilization, sources and studies,, no. 81
ContributionsEvans, Austin P. joint comp.
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LC ClassificationsBT1315.2 .W32
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Paginationxiv, 865 p.
Number of Pages865
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Open LibraryOL5619541M
LC Control Number68028402

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages 24 cm: Contents: A historical sketch of the medieval popular heresies --Sources for the history of the heresies --A note on the translations --Early appearances of the heresies in Western Europe --Early traces of heresy in France, Italy, and Spain --A.

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ff.) (But if. In recent years, it has become very much easier to teach medieval heresy at undergraduate level. In addition to a long-established and outstanding collection of sources (Wakefield and Evans, Heresies of the High Middle Ages) we have been blessed, in the last five years, with two textbooks and a collection of essays on the Waldensians, three monographs on inquisition, two popular books, two.

This volume presents in English translation an extensive collection of sources for the history of the popular heresies in Western Europe during the Middle ages. More than seventy documents, ranging in date from the early eleventh century to the early fourteenth century and representing both orthodox and heretical viewpoints are included.

Chronicles and letters reveal the emergence of heretical. Topics covered include: King Arthur, Merlin and GlastonburyThe Grail Quest Mary MagdaleneThe real meaning of Black MadonnasThe Knights Templar, the Cathers, and Rosslyn ChapelMedieval Guides and TroubadoursHeresy and Heretics Let this book serve as your personal pilgrimage back to the High Middle Ages - a time of potent symbolism, occult.

Medieval heresies. There were many Christian sects, cults, movements and individuals throughout the Middle Ages whose teachings were deemed heretical by the established church, such as: Paulicians – an Armenian group (6th to 9th centuries) who sought a return to the purity of the church at the time of Paul the Apostle.

To learn more about this topic, review the accompanying lesson Heresies and Inquisitions in the High Middle Ages. This lesson covers the following objectives: Define and identify examples of heresy.

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