By Henry Charles Lea
Original yr of publication: 1887
Henry Charles Lea's 3 quantity The background of the Inquisition of the center Ages continues to be largely appeared through students within the box as one of many striking works of scholarship at the topic. In quantity 1, Lea provides historical past information regarding the Inquisition - the occasions which happened to advised the church to set up the Inquisition, the information concerning the position of the church and govt in society and man's dating to different males, the church, his executive, and God that allowed the Inquisition to develop into demonstrated, and the shape that the Inquisition took the place it was once brought. quantity 2 appears to be like on the Inquisition intimately for a few geographic components (Languedoc, France, Italy, Germany, Bohemia, etc.). In quantity three, Lea bargains with chosen points, resembling the witch trials, of the Inquisition. even if every one quantity is set 550 pages, Lea didn't exhaust his wisdom of the topic of the Inquisition, writing concerning the subject in different different volumes, together with yet now not constrained to, Superstition and Force, The historical past of the Inquisition in Spain, The background of the Inquisition within the Spanish Dependencies, and The historical past of Sacerdotal Christianity.
NB: This PDF has all 3 volumes - that's the way it was once published. the image of the canopy specifying basically quantity one is deceptive, even supposing it's the legit hide from the publisher.
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Verb, abbrev. cap. —Innocent. PP. III. Regest, x. 85; xn. —Pet. Blesensis Epist. 209. † Concil. Rotomag. ann. 1231 c. —P. Cantor. Verb, abbrev. cap. —Innocent. PP. III. Regest, i. —Chron. Andres. —Narrat. Restaur. Abbat. S. Mart. Tornacens. cap. —Joann. Saresberiens. Polycrat. Lib. v. cap. 15. Cf. Lib. vi. cap. 24. NEGLECT OF PREACHING. 23 There was another source of oppression which had a loftier motive and better results, but which was none the less grinding upon the mass of the people. It was about this time that the fashion set in of building magnificent churches and abbeys, and the invention of stained glass and its rapid introduction show the luxury of ornamentation which was sought.
Restaur. Abbat. S. Martini Tornacens. cap. —Synod. Wigorn. ann. 1240, c. —Ripoll Bullar. Ord. Prædic. VII. —Grandjean, Registre de Benoit XI. No. —Innocent. PP. III. Regest, vii. —G. B. de Lagrèze, La Navarre, t. ii. p. — Concil. Avenion. ann. 1320, c. 27; ann. 1237, c. —Teulet, Layettes ii. 306, No. —Conçu. Nimociens. ann. 1296, c. —Constit. Joann. Arch. Nicosiens. ann. 1321, c. —Concil. Vaurens. ann. 1368, c. 63, 64. 32 THE CHURCH. purity as an essential prerequisite to its functions, and practising a dissoluteness more cynical than that of the average layman, was not adapted to raise it in popular esteem; while the individual cases in which the peace and honor of families were sacrificed to the lusts of the pastor necessarily tended to rouse the deepest antagonism.
Ann. 1231 c. —P. Cantor. Verb, abbrev. cap. —Innocent. PP. III. Regest, i. —Chron. Andres. —Narrat. Restaur. Abbat. S. Mart. Tornacens. cap. —Joann. Saresberiens. Polycrat. Lib. v. cap. 15. Cf. Lib. vi. cap. 24. NEGLECT OF PREACHING. 23 There was another source of oppression which had a loftier motive and better results, but which was none the less grinding upon the mass of the people. It was about this time that the fashion set in of building magnificent churches and abbeys, and the invention of stained glass and its rapid introduction show the luxury of ornamentation which was sought.
A History of the Inquisition of the Middle Ages by Henry Charles Lea