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By Robert Brentano

ISBN-10: 0520060989

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This publication isn't intended to be a definitive exploration of the complete of the 2 church buildings at the least. The test will be absurd. however the e-book isn't really intended, both, to be an excessive exploration of "certain points" of the 2 church buildings. it truly is intended fairly to be a longer essay concerning the hooked up changes among the 2 church buildings, to take advantage of "aspects" as touchstones for comparability. it really is intended to be a comparability of 2 overall kinds. those should not architectural kinds, even though there's a marked and critical distinction among English and Italian ecclesiastical structure within the 13th century. The nonarchitectural variety of the thirteenth-century Italian church may in reality be known as sustained Romanesque, or maybe sustained Burgundian.
 
Comparing England (or Britain) with Italy to be able to reveal extra absolutely one or either isn't really a brand new suggestion. Historians, like Tacitus and Collingwood, have made the comparability, and so have poets, like Browning and, with incredible intellectuality, Clough. this can be, at the very least in the community, the place angels feared to tread. The recognized Venetian nameless wrote from the opposite part in his Relation (of approximately 1500), and condensed for us his comparability within the commentary that in contrast to the Italians the English felt no true love, in simple terms lust. The spring bough and the melon-flower, Collingwood's urban and field—the lengthy continuity of the adaptation is startlingly obvious. Explaining the continuity (and probably there is not any more challenging kind of old explanation—its hassle is painful to the brain) isn't the activity that this booklet units itself. however it will be uninteresting and cheating to disregard the truth that the continuity exists. All that this booklet has to claim can be not more than that the thirteenthcentury Italian church used to be in reality, as Browning warned, a melon-flower. The publication could be just a gloss on amore. the emblem is extra inclusive, extra evocative, much less responsible of with the exception of the fundamental yet undefined, than special description might be. Melon-flower and amore, besides the fact that, thankfully for the aim of this e-book, say little or no concerning the complex, hooked up element of administrative background. Collingwood's (after Tacitus's) urban opposed to box presses much less deeply yet says extra. the final distinction among the kinds of the English and Italian church buildings has very much to do, and intensely without delay, with the truth that the population of Italy have been regularly city-dwellers and the population of england have been primarily not.
 
Although this e-book is ready either England and Italy, it methods them in a different way. The thirteenth-century Italian church is, really in English and French, virtually unknown. ahead of it may be defined or analyzed, it has to be recreated, shaped back intimately. The task is partially rather archaeological. the description of prior lifestyles has to be exposed. this isn't in any respect actual of the thirteenth-century English church. it's been good explored. This disparity in previous statement forces my e-book to speak even more of Italy than of britain; yet, whether it is a booklet approximately one church instead of the opposite, it's a e-book approximately England. England is intended to be visible, for a metamorphosis, opposed to what it was once now not. during this type of profile it has a distinct glance. England may possibly not look a rustic within the frozen North, incapable, within the distance, of responding totally to Lateran enthusiasm. Its complete reaction to ecclesiastical executive could appear sincerely hooked up with its, in fact quite, complete reaction to secular government.
 

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Nicola Bari (1195-1266)," ed. Francesco Nitti di Vito, 89-91, no. 57. ― 72 ― nections, the nature of their jurisdiction is generally unclear. There is occasional evidence of the priests of an area acting as a corporate unit, as if they considered themselves members of some sort of territorial archpresbytery. In a case of tithe disputed between Nicola archbishop of Salerno and the priests of Eboli, which the curia of Honorius III delegated to be heard by the archbishop of Amalfi (Giovanni) and the bishop of Sarno (Giovanni III), the priests acted together.

Sheehan, The Will in Medieval England , Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Studies and Texts, 6 (Toronto, 1963), particularly 258-265. ― 56 ― three sets of executors: York dignitaries for the archbishopric; west country clerics for the diocese of Worcester; cardinals and Stefano da San Giorgio for the curia and Italy. On 15 November 1286 Hugh's will was witnessed and sealed by several members of the British, or insular, colony in Rome: Richard (Corre), bishop of Lismore in the province of Cashel; Ralph, archdeacon of Wiltshire; Ralph de Bosco, papal chaplain and canon of Dunkeld; William Brun, earlier a proctor at Rome and here described as Hugh's chaplain.

Pietro of Assisi, as the Cistercian proctor at Rome, found his complement in the Cistercian cardinal, John of Toledo. [151] Although John was more apparently Cistercian [151] Langton, cardinal priest of San Crisogono (1206-1207) (see below, Chapter III); Curzon, cardinal priest of Santo Stefano in Monte Celio (1216-1219); Somercote, cardinal deacon of Sant'Eustachio (1239-1241) see also Sayers, "Canterbury Proctors," 324-326; Toledo, cardinal priest of San Lorenzo in Lucina (1244-1262) and cardinal bishop of Porto (1262-1275); Kilwardby, cardinal bishop of Porto (April 1278-September 1279); for a convenient guide to the cardinalate see Conrad Eubel, Hierarchia catholica medii aevi , 1 (Münster, 1913), 3-13.

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