Papal decretals relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the twelfth century by Catholic Church. Pope.

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  • Lincoln (England),
  • Great Britain

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  • Lincoln (England) -- History -- Sources,
  • Great Britain -- Church history -- Sources

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Statementedited with and introd. on the sources by Walther Holtzmann. With translations of the texts and an introd. on the canon law and its administration in the twelfth century by Eric Waldram Kemp.
SeriesThe publications of the Lincoln Record Society,, v. 47
ContributionsHoltzmann, Walther, 1891- ed.
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LC ClassificationsDA670.L69 R5 vol. 47
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 65 p.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6159123M
LC Control Number54014995
OCLC/WorldCa2916869

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with an introduction on the sources by Walther Holtzmann, with translations of the texts and an introduction on the Canon Law and its administration in the twelfth century by Eric Waldram Kemp, Publications of the Lincoln Record Society vol. 47, Hereford Church: Church of England.

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Lincoln Record Society". Holtzmann, W. and Kemp, E. (), Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century (Publications of the Lincoln Record Society 47), Hereford Imkamp, W. (), ‘ Pastor et sponsus. Papal Judges Delegate in the Province of Canterbury, – ().

See also Morey, Adrian, Bartholmew of Exeter, Bishop and Canonist 44 – 78 (Cambridge U Press, ); Holtzmann, Walter and Kemp, E.W., eds, Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century, 47 Lincoln Record Society ().Cited by: 3.

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Vol. 70, No.Apr., Published by: Oxford University Press. Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century by Walther Holtzmann. Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century by Walther Holtzmann (pp. For Alexander III, see Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century, Walther Holtzmann and E.

Kemp, eds. (Hereford: LRS, ), #xx, pp. 50–51, and Fasti III, p. Innocent’s uncle was Clement III (–); one nephew was Gregory IX (–) and another, Leonard, was settled with a prebend at : Everett U. Crosby. The archdeaconry which served the diocese of Canterbury was established shortly after Lanfranc's appointment as archbishop.

Vice-archdeacons occur in the twelfth century, and there may have been an abortive attempt in to divide the archdeaconry into three (see below). By Webster's reckoning, the False Decretals were written in Pope Nicholas I (), the first pope to quote them, did not begin his reign until thirteen years and three pontificates later.

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Holtzmann, Walther and Eric Waldram Kemp, eds. Papal Decretals relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century. The Lincoln Record Society, Volume Hereford: Hereford Times Limited, for Charles Johnson, trans.

London: Thomas Nelson and Sons,and Oxford, John of Salisbury. Holtzmann, W. ed., Papal decretals relating to the diocese of Lincoln in the twelfth century. Edited with an introduction on the sources, with translations of the texts and an introduction on the Canon law and its administrations by Eric Waldram Kemp, Lincoln Record Society, 47 ().

Papal Decretals relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the twelfth century. Rotuli Hogonis de Welles, episcopi Lincolniensis, The Registrum Antiquissimum of the cathedral church of Lincoln, Cth - Cth.

The Rolls and Register of Bishop Oliver Sutton, The Rolls of Richard Gravesend, Bishop of Lincoln, File Size: KB. This book is concerned with the changes in religious thought and institutions from the late eleventh century to the third quarter of the twelfth.

It concentrates on monks and nuns, but also takes into consideration hermits, recluses, wandering preachers, crusaders, penitents, and other less organised forms of religious life.

In particular it studies the variety of reform movements. Papal Decretals Lincoln: Papal Decretals relating to the diocese of Lincoln in the twelfth century, ed. Holtzmann and E. Kemp. Lincoln Record Society xlvii, Pat. Patent Rolls of the Reign of Henry III ().

2 vols. London, Prynne, Recs. III. Before the mid-eleventh century the pope was far from being the active leader of the Roman Catholic Church that he is today: he restricted himself to the local concerns of the diocese of Rome and was virtually ignored by the outside world.

This book is a study of the transformation of the role of the pope in the twelfth century, from which he emerged as monarch of the universal 4/5(2).

In collaboration with Walter Haltzmann of the University of Bonn, Bishop Eric edited ‘Papal Decretals Relating to the Diocese of Lincoln in the Twelfth Century’ for the Lincolnshire Record Society, 47, in He was a seasoned record society scholar even before he got to Sussex and at Lincoln he worked closely with the formidable.

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