Crusade, Heresy and Inquisition in the Lands of the Crown of by Damian Smith

By Damian Smith

In response to huge research of the first and secondary assets, Damian J. Smith right here presents the 1st complete account of the mixed impression of campaign, heresy and inquisition in and in regards to the lands of the Crown of Aragon until eventually the demise of James I the Conqueror in 1276. This paintings offers with the sluggish lack of impact of the Crown in Provence and Languedoc culminating within the treaty of Corbeil in 1258. It then investigates the level of heresy within the lands of the Crown and in different parts of Christian Spain. within the ultimate half, the origins and improvement of the Aragonese inquisition are mentioned intimately with a specific emphasis at the function of Ramon de Penyafort.

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Fabre and R. Plana, ‘El substrat cultural preromà i les relacions entre les terres occitanes i catalanes durant l’antiguitat,’ in Càtars i trobadors: Occitània i Catalunya: renaixença i futur, ed. M. Miquel (Barcelona, 2003), 24–43. 32 Maluquer de Motes, Prehistòria i Edat Antiga, 299–306; T. Liebmann-Frankfort, ‘Du tracté de l’Ebre à la paix de Dardanos: variations romaines sur le respect dû à la parole donnée,’ Latomus, 30 (1971), 585–97. 33 In the Civil War, while Caesar determined to secure the Pyrenean passes, his campaign quickly shifted to Ilerda (Lleida), while Augustus sought to make the superbly-fortified Tarraco (Tarragona) increasingly the administrative centre of a vast new Hispania Citerior as Rome’s two provinces became three (Tarraconensis, Baetica, Lusitania).

Ventura i Subirats, Alfons ‘el Cast’: El primer comte-rei (Barcelona, 1961). A full revision of this reign is also long overdue. 83 Alvira, Muret, 22. 84 On the Almohad movement, see M-J. Viguera Molins, Los Reinos de Taifas y Las Invasiones Magrebíes (Madrid, 1992); A. Huici Miranda, Historia política del imperio almohade, 2 vols (Tetuán, 1956); P. Guichard, al-Andalus frente a la Conquista Cristiana (Valencia, 2001), 85–112; R. Le Tourneau, The Almohad Movement in North Africa in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries (Princeton, 1969), ch.

Even if much of it had not been cleverly calculated, it had, nevertheless, been going on for a very very long time. The Long-term Relationship There is, of course, no doubt that the Pyrenees formed a barrier, sometimes a significant one, especially in winter and especially in the central Pyrenees. Yet between the Iberian and Ligurian tribes of the mountains there had existed numerous ties. 31 Rather, for the more important players on the stage, the Ebro would become the focus. 32 It was the Ebro valley 30 T.

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