By Frances Andrews, Christoph Egger, Constance Rousseau
This illustrated quantity is an articulate sequence of essays by means of uncommon authors on topics that are important to the paintings of Brenda Bolton as a pupil and instructor: blameless III, town of Rome, the overdue medieval Church and the city context of the Italian peninsula within the 12th to fourteenth centuries. The essays mix groundbreaking new analyses with cautious studying of the resources to illustrate the vibrancy of the examine of the ecclesiastical and social background of the Mediterranean within the overdue heart a long time.
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Once again, the message is of popes struggling against overwhelming odds. Pascal Montaubin moves us back much closer to the curia, to an area where senior churchmen could ensure more effective control. He uses the career of a curial official to demonstrate the functioning of nepotism in the mid-thirteenth century. Niccolò di Anagni was the nephew of Innocent’s relative, Cardinal Ugolino/pope Gregory IX (1227–1241). He was the only but illegitimate son of Gregory’s brother. With the aid of dispensations he nevertheless rose to be papal camerarius under Alexander IV and enjoy benefices in England and France as well as his home territory around Anagni.
Derek Baker, Studies in Church History, 9 (Cambridge, 1972), 79–91. repr. in Innocent III, no. XII. ‘Mulieres sanctae’, in Sanctity and Secularity: The Church and the World. Papers Read at the 11th Summer Meeting and the 12th Winter Meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society, ed. Derek Baker, Studies in Church History, 10 (Oxford, 1973), 77–95, repr. in: Women in Medieval Society. Papers of a Conference sponsored by Western Michigan University, at the Medieval Institute, Kalamazoo, Michigan, in May 1974, ed.
Diana Wood, Studies in Church History, 31 (Oxford, 1994), 153–167. repr. in Innocent III, no. XIX. (with P. Gerrard), ‘Claire et son temps’, Communio. Revue catholique internationale, 20 (1995), 121–132. ], Supplement. ‘Rome as a setting for God’s grace’, in Innocent III, no. I, 1–17. Innocent III: Studies on Papal Authority and Pastoral Care, Collected Studies Series, 490 (Aldershot, 1995). ‘Faithful to Whom? , 9 = 70 (1998), 53–72. ‘Qui fidelis est in minimo: The Importance of Innocent III’s Gift List’, in Pope Innocent III and his World, ed.
Pope, Church And City: Essays In Honour Of Brenda M. Bolton (Medieval Mediterranean) by Frances Andrews, Christoph Egger, Constance Rousseau