The Monastic Order in Yorkshire, 1069-1215

Author: Janet Burton

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521034463

Category: History

Page: 380

View: 1259

This 1999 book explores the dramatic growth of the monastic order in Yorkshire.

The Cistercians in the Middle Ages

Author: Janet Burton,Janet E. Burton,Julie Kerr

Publisher: Boydell Press

ISBN: 184383667X

Category: History

Page: 244

View: 3062

A full and comprehensive survey of the development of the Cistercian Order which emerged from the tumultuous intellectual and religious fervour of the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

Norm und Realität

Kontinuität und Wandel der Zisterzienser im Mittelalter

Author: Franz J. Felten,Werner Rösener

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 3643104081

Category: Europe

Page: 620

View: 8045


Encyclopedia of Monasticism

Author: William M. Johnston

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 113678716X

Category: Reference

Page: 2000

View: 4134

First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

England and Europe in the Reign of Henry III (1216-1272)

Author: Björn K. U. Weiler,Ifor Rowlands

Publisher: Ashgate Pub Limited

ISBN: 9780754604679

Category: History

Page: 239

View: 1054

This volume of essays, based on papers given at a conference on England and Europe in the reign of Henry III, at the University of Wales, Swansea in April 2000, investigates the close political, economic and cultural ties that developed between England and its neighbours during the reign of Henry III. The essays demonstrate the variety and strength of these contacts between England and her neighbours, and by seeking to place Henry's England within a broader geographical and thematic range, contribute to a broader understanding of England's place within 13th century Europe.

Learning and Literacy in Medieval England and Abroad

Author: Sarah Rees Jones

Publisher: Brepols Pub


Category: Education

Page: 222

View: 8554

How did people know what they knew, and learn what they learnt? As Derek Pearsall's introduction makes clear this is the primary focus of this collection of essays published in celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the foundation of the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of York. The learning materials included range from grammar books to mystery plays, and from court records to monastic chronicles, as well as liturgical and devotional texts. But the essays are not only concerned with texts alone, but with the broader and often fluid social environments in which learning took place. Many of the papers therefore question the validity of some distinctions habitually used in the discussion of medieval culture, such as the opposition between orality and literacy, between Latin and the vernacular or between secular and religious. All but one of the contributors are literary scholars and historians who completed their post-graduate work at the University of York. They are Joyce Hill, John Arnold, Linda Olsen, Janet Burton, Patricia Cullum, Katherine Kerby-Fulton, Deborah Cannon, Pamela King, and Stacey Gee. Katherine Zieman, although not a York graduate, is a most welcome contributor to the volume.

Religious and Laity in Western Europe, 1000-1400

Interaction, Negotiation, and Power

Author: Emilia Jamroziak,Janet E. Burton

Publisher: Brepols Pub


Category: History

Page: 399

View: 9889

This volume examines forms of interaction between monastic or mendicant communities and lay people in the high Middle Ages in Britain, France, the Low Countries, and Scandinavia. The nineteen papers explore these issues in geographically and chronologically diverse settings in a way that no English-language collection has yet attempted. It brings together the latest research from established as well as younger historians. The first section, 'Patrons and Benefactors: power, fashion, and mutual expectations', examines lay involvement in foundations, the rights held by patrons, and how they used these powers as well as networks of relationships with broader groups of benefactors. The authors demonstrate how changing fashions shaped the fortunes of particular orders and houses and explore how power relations between different types of patrons and benefactors - royal figures, kinship, and other social groupings - affected the mutual expectations of the various parties. The second section of the volume, entitled 'Lay and Religious: negotiation, influence, and utility', shows how lay people's ideas of the role of religious houses could impact upon their patronage of, and support for, monastic or mendicant institutions. Conversely, religious communities offered multi-faceted benefits - practical, intellectual, or spiritual - for the secular world. The book concludes by focusing on the rapid growth of confraternities, their relation to their urban mendicant and monastic contexts, and how the role and forms of confraternities evolved in the late medieval period.

Recording medieval lives

proceedings of the 2005 Harlaxton Symposium

Author: Julia Boffey,Virginia Davis

Publisher: N.A


Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 324

View: 9672


Perspectives for an architecture of solitude

essays on Cistercians, art and architecture in honour of Peter Fergusson

Author: Terryl Nancy Kinder,Peter Fergusson

Publisher: N.A


Category: Architecture

Page: 409

View: 7609


Magische Performativität

althochdeutsche Zaubersprüche in ihrem Überlieferungskontext

Author: Christa M. Haeseli

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783826045493

Category: Charms

Page: 255

View: 8592



das Buch vom Beiwerk des Buches

Author: Gérard Genette

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783518291108

Category: Authors and publishers

Page: 401

View: 8179