The Bishop Reformed: Studies of Episcopal Power and Culture in the Central Middle Ages

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John S. Ott, Anna Trumbore Jones
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1 de gen. 2007 - 280 pàgines
The essays in this volume strive to re-envision the complexity of the episcopal office and its holder. The contributors signal his overlapping roles as artistic and architectural patron, as liturgist, as warrior and pastor, as intellectual and lawyer, and, not least, as lord and reformer.
 

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Lay Magnates Religious Houses and the Role of
21
Bishops and Religious Law 9001050
40
Archbishop Wulfstan and
58
Tables
66
Figures
81
The Image of the Bishop in the Middle Ages
86
unknown illuminator The J Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles
94
Conway Library Courtauld Institute of Art
106
Bishop Lietbert of Cambrai and
137
Siegfried I of Mainz 10601084
161
The Ecclesiology of Archbishop
189
What Made Ivo Mad? Reflections on a Medieval Bishops Anger
209
The Bishops of Piacenza Their Cathedral and
219
author
228
The Ambiguous Bishop
250
Index
265

Schaar and Dathe Trier as published
112
Bishop Gerard I of CambraiArras the Three Orders
122

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Sobre l'autor (2007)

John S. Ott is Associate Professor of History at Portland State University, USA. Anna Trumbore Jones is Assistant Professor of History at Lake Forest College, USA.

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