The Early Humiliati
Cambridge University Press, 2000 M01 27 - 353 páginas
This book is the first major study in English of a group of late twelfth-century religious enthusiasts, the early Humiliati, who were condemned by the Church as heretics in 1184. However, in a remarkable transition, they were reconciled seventeen years later and went on to establish a highly successful religious order in north Italy. The Humiliati have been accorded little attention in previous studies both because of their local nature and because of the suppression of the Order in 1571, after one of their number made a disastrous attempt to murder Charles Borromeo. Using a combination of a wide range of sources, the nature of the early movement and its processes of institutional development are reconstructed. The book also includes a Bullarium Humiliatorum, a calendar of papal and episcopal letters and privileges, which will be of great use to scholars in the field.
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Chapter 8 THE HUMILIATI AND THE CHURCH IN THE LOCALITIES
Appendix I CALENDAR OF PAPAL AND EPISCOPAL LETTERS AND PRIVILEGES CONCERNING THE HUMILIATI
Appendix II PROFESSIONS OF FAITH
Appendix III WILLS
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF PRIMARY SOURCES AND PRINCIPAL WORKS CITED
Albert Alberzoni Alessandria Ambrosiana Apostolic Appendix approved archbishop of Milan Archivio ASVat Registro Vaticano ASVer Beltramus Bergamo bishop Borghetto Lodigiano Brera Brescia brethren Brolis brother canonical cardinal Cathars chapter church of San Cistercian clerics con®rms concerning Crotti Pasi Curia dif®culties diocese dispute documents domini Dominicans domus early Humiliati ecclesiastical Edition evidence Franciscan Ghiara Gregory heretics Humiliati Humiliati house humiliatorum Ibid identi®ed included Innocent III's Innocent IV Innocent's Jacques de Vitry Lanfranc later Lodi Lombardia Maria Master minister monastic Monza notarial Novara oaths of®ce Ognissanti Omnis boni principium ordinis ordo Original papal letters Pavia perhaps Peter petition Piacenza pope Porta Orientale Potthast preaching prelate priest profession provost Puricelli re¯ect records reference Register religious Rondineto rule San Cristoforo San Michele Second order sisters speci®cally storia Tertiaries Third order thirteenth century Tiraboschi Tortona Vercelli Verona VHMII Viboldone Vitry vows Waldensians Zanoni Zevio