CLERGY IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD

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Libro del gran escritor JULIA BARROW , 2015 autor de 191 paginas completamente en español y traducidas a diferentes idiomas de la mano de la editorial y distribuidora CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS sobre el genero Historia titulado CLERGY IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD, disponible en varios formatos como epub o PDF listos para leer. 9781107451308

  • Categoria Historia
  • Autor JULIA BARROW , 2015
  • Editorial CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Paginas 191
  • ISBN 9781107451308

Sinopsis y resumen del libro CLERGY IN THE MEDIEVAL WORLD

Unlike monks and nuns, clergy have so far been marginalized in Middle Ages accounts, but played an important role in medieval society.

This first wide-ranging study of the secular clergy examines how ordination provided a framework for clerical life cycles and describes the influence exerted on the secular clergy by monastic ideals before charting the typical career paths of clerics.

Focusing on northern France, England, and Germany in the 800c.1200 period, Julia Barrow explores how entry into clergy used to occur in childhood, with parents making decisions for their children, although other relatives, mainly clergy uncles, were also influential.

By comparing two main types of family structure, Barrow offers an explanation of why the Gregorian reformers faced little serious opposition to demanding the end of clerical marriage in the 11th and 12th centuries.

Changes in educational provision c.1100 also help explain the growing social and geographic mobility among clergy.

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