Heresies of the high middle ages / selected sources translated and annotated by Walter L. Wakefield and Austin P. Evans Wakefield, Walter L. (Walter Leggett)

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Wakefield, Walter L. (Walter Leggett)
Europe -- Church history -- 600-1500 -- Sources; Heresies, Christian -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500 -- Sources; Christian heresies - History - Middle Ages, 600-1500 - Sources.
  • Introduction. A historical sketch of the medieval popular heresies ; Sources for the history of the heresies ; A note on translations.
  • Early appearances of the heresies in Western Europe. Early traces of heresy in France, Italy, and Spain ; "Manichaeans" in Aquitaine ; Heresy at Orléans ; The conversion of heretics by the Bishop of Arras-Cambrai ; Heretics at Monforte ; Heretics at Châlons-sur-Marne and Bishop Wazo.
  • The development of heresy from the late eleventh to the mid-twelfth century. Ramihrdus: heretic of reformer? ; The heresy of Tanchelm ; "Manichaeans" near Soissons ; Heresy in Ivoy, near Trier ; Henry of Le Mans ; A monk's description of the errors of Henry ; The teachings of Peter of Bruys ; Bernard of Clairvaux against Henry ; An appeal to Bernard of Clairvaux and a sermon in reply ; A warning from Périgueux ; An appeal from Liège to the pope ; Eudo of Brittany ; Arnold of Brescia.
  • The spread of heresy in Italy, 1160-1216. Civil unrest as a background for heresy ; The letter of Master Vacarius against the errors of Hugo Speroni ; The origins of the Humiliati ; The heresy of the Cathars in Lombardy ; The origins of the Cathars in Italy ; Bonacursus: a description of the Catharist heresy ; The heresy of the Passagians ; An account of the hospitality of heretics by Yves of Narbonne.
  • Heresy in southern France, 1155-1216. A debate between Catholics and heretics ; Action against heresy in Toulouse ; The origins of the Waldensian heresy ; The Waldenses at the Third Lateran Council ; A profession of faith by Waldes of Lyons ; Stephen of Bourbon on the early Waldenses ; Debate between Catholics and Waldenses ; Alan of Lille: a scholar's attack on heretics ; The reconciliation of a group of Waldenses to the Church ; An exposure of the Albigensian and Waldensian heresies ; A description of Cathars and Waldenses by Peter of Vaux-de-Cernay.
  • Historical movements in northern Europe, 1155-1216. An incident at Cologne in 1163 ; The fate of heretics in England ; "Publicans" at Vézelay ; From heresy to witchcraft ; The spread of heresy in northern Europe ; The Amalricians.
  • Heresy in the thirteenth and early fourteenth centuries, 1216-1325. The varieties of heresy ; Dissent between the Poor Lombards and the Poor of Lyons ; A debate between a Catholic and Patarine ; Subjects and texts for preaching against heresy ; James Capelli on the Cathars ; Moneta of Cremona: excerpts from a Summa against Cathars ; The Summa of Rainerius Sacconi ; Waldenses in the thirteenth century ; Tenets of the Italian Cathars ; An inquisitor's notebook, by Anselm of Alessandria ; Bernard Gui's description of heresies.
  • Catharist literature of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. Bogomil literature adopted by the Cathars ; The Catharist rituals ; A "Manichaean" treatise ; The book of the two principles ; The Catharist Church and its interpretation of the Lord's Prayer.
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