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The essays in this volume relate to two major aspects of the nature and effects of the reforms that radically changed the Western Church during the 11th and 12th centuries.

Author: Herbert Edward John Cowdrey

Publisher: Variorum Publishing

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The essays in this volume relate to two major aspects of the nature and effects of the reforms that radically changed the Western Church during the 11th and 12th centuries. The first is the emergence of the Crusades in so far as they developed under papal direction. Special attention is paid to the transformation in Western attitudes to warfare which occurred at this time. Secondly, the author discusses developments in the monastic order, looking in particular at Cluniac, Carthusian and Cistercian monasticism and the political, social and legal aspects of this process.

cole, Penny J. The Preaching of Crusades to the Holy Land, 1095–1270.
cambridge, Ma, 1991. colish, Marcia L. 'cicero, ambrose, and Stoic Ethics:
transmission or ... In his The Crusades and Latin Monasticism, 11th12th
Centuries, 253–66.

Author: Katherine Allen Smith

Publisher: Boydell & Brewer Ltd

ISBN: 9781843838678

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The monastic life, traditionally considered as an area of withdrawal from the world, is here shown to be shaped by metaphors of war, and to be actively engaged with battle in the world outside.
2013-09-19 By Katherine Allen Smith

BENJAMIN Z . KEDAR The Franks in the Levant , 11th to 14th Centuries JEAN
RICHARD Francs et Orientaux dans le ... J . COWDREY The Crusades and Latin
Monasticism , 11th - 12th Centuries ALAN FOREY Military Orders and Crusades
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Author: B. Z. Ḳedar

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: STANFORD:36105123377645

Category: History

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Steven Runciman characterized intellectual life in the Frankish Levant as 'disappointing'; Joshua Prawer claimed that the Franks refused to open up to the East's intellectual achievements. The present collection, the second by Benjamin Kedar in the Variorum series, presents facts that require a modification of these still largely prevailing views. The subjects covered range from the earliest laws of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, to intercultural contacts between Franks and Muslims, and studies of specific locations, Acre in particular.
2006 By B. Z. Ḳedar

... 11th–12th Centuries, chapter 11) —— Pope Gregory VII, 1073–1085 (Oxford,
1998) —— The Crusades and Latin Monasticism, 11th12th Centuries (Aldershot
and Brookfield, VT, 1999) —— Popes and Church Reform in the 11th Century ...

Author: David Bates

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300183832

Category: Biography & Autobiography

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Fifteen years in the making, a landmark reinterpretation of the life of a pivotal figure in British and European history In this magisterial addition to the Yale English Monarchs series, David Bates combines biography and a multidisciplinary approach to examine the life of a major figure in British and European history. Using a framework derived from studies of early medieval kingship, he assesses each phase of William’s life to establish why so many trusted William to invade England in 1066 and the consequences of this on the history of the so-called Norman Conquest after the Battle of Hastings and for generations to come. A leading historian of the period, Bates is notable for having worked extensively in the archives of northern France and discovered many eleventh- and twelfth-century charters largely unnoticed by English-language scholars. Taking an innovative approach, he argues for a move away from old perceptions and controversies associated with William’s life and the Norman Conquest. This deeply researched volume is the scholarly biography for our generation.
2016-11-01 By David Bates

The Crusades and Latin Monasticism, 11th12th Centuries. Ashgate, 1999. – “
Martyrdom and the First Crusade.” Crusade and Settlement: Papers Read at the
First Conference of the Society for the Study of the Crusades and the Latin East ...

Author: David A. Wacks

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 9781487505011

Category: History

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Medieval Iberian authors adapted French crusader culture to give voice to their own reality, shaped by domestic military conflict with Islam and an obsession with the conversion of subject Muslims and Jews.
2019-08-31 By David A. Wacks

H. E. J. Cowdrey, “The Reform Papacy and the Origin of the Crusades,” in H. E. J.
Cowdrey, The Crusades and Latin Monasticism, 11th12th Centuries (Aldershot,
U.K.: Ashgate, 1999), 65–66. 3. Steven Runciman, “The Pilgrimages to ...

Author: Eleanor Harvey Tejirian

Publisher: Columbia University Press

ISBN: 9780231138642

Category: History

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Surveys two thousand years of Christian missions in the Middle East to shed light on the nature of the region's relationship with the West as well as on the missions' political, social, and economic consequences.

... BERNARD HAMILTON Monastic Reform , Catharism and the Crusades ( 900–
1300 ) H.E.J.COWDREY Popes and Church Reform in the 11th Century H.E.J.
COWDREY The Crusades and Latin Monasticism , 11th 12th Centuries
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Author: John Van Engen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015060082784

Category: Religion

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These ten essays by John Van Engen situate religion in the history of medieval Western Europe: as an unavoidable presence in everyday life, as a conceptual framework for social and political life, as a force integral to its historical dynamics. Four of the essays are bibliographical and retrospective in nature, reviewing the field broadly, but also pointing toward a more dialectical approach to understanding the interaction of religion and society in the European middle ages. Other studies deal with large topics usually subsumed under the abstract term 'Christianization'. They grapple with learned sources as well as those associated with 'popular' religion, and show what can be gained from an imaginative use of all that lawyers and theologians said about religion in their society. The essays, finally, look for the quality and dynamic of change, even inventiveness, released by religious action and conviction in medieval European society.
2004 By John Van Engen

... Essays in South Italian Church History H.E.J. COWDREY The Crusades and
Latin Monasticism , 11th - 12th Centuries H.E.J. COWDREY Popes and Church
Reform in the 11th Century GARY DICKSON Religious Enthusiasm in the
Medieval ...

Author: Brian Patrick McGuire

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015055199296

Category: History

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In these articles Professor McGuire explores the riches of the Cistercian exemplum tradition. These texts are made up of brief stories, often with a miraculous content, which provided moral support for novices and monks in Cistercian abbeys all over Europe in the High Middle Ages. The Cistercians have been seen mainly in terms of their great writers like Bernard of Clairvaux and the impressive buildings they left behind. But Cistercian literature also provides us with more humble insights from daily life, shedding light on questions of sexuality, anger, depression, and bonds of friendship, also between monks and nuns. They bring a freshness of insight and immediate experience, and their seeming naivety lets us be aware of monks' commitment to each other in individual and community bonds. In Cistercian storytelling, the Gospel's message meets an historical context and bears witness to a transformation of Christian life and idealism, while at the same time allowing us precious insights into how ordinary men and women, not just monks and nuns, lived and thought.

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( Cyprian Davis , O . S . B . ) . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 . 329 - 331 Cunningham , Lawrence ,
Thomas Merton and the Monastic Vision ( Ruth Fox , O . S . B . ) .

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Popes and Church Reform in the 11th Century BERNARD HAMILTON Monastic
Reform , Catharism and the Crusades ( 900-1300 ) ALANFOREY Military Orders
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Author: Norman Housley

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015053502632

Category: History

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These studies span the period from the origins of the crusading movement in the 11th century until its final active phase during the Renaissance. Some of the articles spring from Norman Housley's work on crusading against Christian heretics, mercenary companies and lay powers which were involved in conflict with the Church. Others reflect his interest in the way crusading developed after the fall of the Holy Land to the Muslims in 1291. A third group looks at other forms taken by religious warfare in Europe during the late Middle Ages and Renaissance. Certain themes recur throughout. One is the variety of ways in which war in God's name was portrayed and justified. Another is the conflict of interest brought about by the diversity of crusading in the period from c.1200 onwards. Above all, the author shows the complexity, longevity and significance of a movement whose impact on medieval society was massive and whose repercussions were profound.
2001 By Norman Housley

... The Invention of the Crusades , London 1998 , 9 , 55-60 ; E.H.J. Cowdrey , “
The Reform Papacy and the Origin of the Crusades ' , in The Crusades and Latin
Monasticism , 11th - 12th centuries , Aldershot 1999 , I. Of special interest is the ...

Author: Euangelos K. Chrysos

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ISBN: UOM:39015059296684

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... Crusaders From Jerusalem to Cyprus BERNARD HAMILTON Crusaders ,
Cathars and the Holy Places H.E.J. COWDREY The Crusades and Latin
Monasticism , 11th - 12th Centuries VARIORUM COLLECTED STUDIES SERIES
Crusaders ...

Author: Jonathan Riley-Smith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015079154772

Category: History

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Reflects Jonathan Riley-Smith's work as a historian, which began with research on the history of the military orders. This book covers the political and constitutional history of the kingdom of Jerusalem and the relations of the western settlers with the indigenous population of Palestine and Syria.

Also in the Variorum Collected Studies Series BENJAMIN ARBEL Cyprus , The
Franks and Venice , 13th - 16th Centuries H.E.J.COWDREY The Crusades and
Latin Monasticism , 11th - 12th Centuries BERNARD HAMILTON Crusaders ...

Author: Denys Pringle

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015060114363

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These studies examine the physical remains of Frankish settlement in Palestine in the 12th and 13th centuries. The present studies contribute to an understanding of the nature of Frankish settlement by illustrating aspects of the relationship between fort
2000 By Denys Pringle

Lock , Peter , The Routledge Companion to the Crusades ( London : Routledge ,
2006 ) . Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium ... Cowdrey , H. E. John , The Crusades
and Latin Monasticism , 11th - 12th Centuries ( Aldershot , UK : Ashgate , 1999 ) .

Author: Alan V. Murray

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2006 By Alan V. Murray

... the West ( 1291–1440 ) PETEREDBURY Kingdoms of the Crusaders From
Jerusalem to Cyprus BERNARD HAMILTON Crusaders , Cathars and the Holy
Places H.E.J.COWDREY The Crusades and Latin Monasticism , 11th - 12th
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Author: Anthony Luttrell

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: STANFORD:36105024890779

Category: History

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This fourth collection of Dr Luttrell's studies on the military order of the Hospital concerns its activities on the island of Rhodes, acquired between 1306 and 1310, where it struggled to contain the naval aggression of the Anatolian Turks and to settle the island and organise its society and economy. At the same time it had to exploit its Cypriot possessions and its European provinces in order to secure the manpower and resources needed to sustain its Eastern activities. The author has spent over 40 years working in the Hospital's archives on Malta and elsewhere throughout the West, studying the Hospitallers' military and naval affairs, their spiritual and medical activities, and the organisation of their Western priories and commanderies. These studies illustrate the workings of an extensive multi-national corporation dedicated to the defence of Christendom.

00 . Cowdrey , H . E . J . The Crusades and Latin Monasticism , 11th - 12th
Centuries . Variorum Collected Studies Series , vol . 662 . Aldershot , Hampshire :
Ashgate , 1999 . x , 274 pp . $ 97 . 95 . Edbury , Peter W . Kingdoms of the
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Author: Michael Goodich

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: UOM:39015059241912

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Hagiography is a rich source for our knowledge of many aspects of medieval culture and tradition. The lives and miracles of the saints may be read on several levels, both as an expression of the dominant ideology and as a reflection of long-term themes in medieval society. The essays in this volume attempt to exploit the Latin hagiographical sources of the medieval West as means of illuminating our understanding of a variety of such themes: childhood and adolescence, elite and popular religion, sainthood and politics, the mechanism of canonisation, women in the church, dreams, visions and the concept of the miraculous, and the convergence of heresy, disbelief and piety.
2004 By Michael Goodich

... Italian Church History H.E.J. COWDREY The Crusades and Latin Monasticism,
11th12th Centuries H.E.J. COWDREY Popes and Church Reform in the 11th
Century GARY DICKSON Religious Enthusiasm in the Medieval West: Revivals,
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Author: Sidney Harrison Griffith

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: IND:30000083537617

Category: History

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From 750 to 850 A.D. Christians, living under Islamic rule, began to compose theological works in Syriac and Arabic to counter the religious challenges of Islam. Griffith explores the works of writers who apologised for Christianity at that time.

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