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Arnold of Brescia

Giovanni Battista Niccolini

Arnold of Brescia

a tragedy

by Giovanni Battista Niccolini

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Published by Longman, Brown, Green and Longman in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arnaldo da Brescia, -- d. 1155 -- Drama

  • Edition Notes

    Ex libris Beatrice Corrigan.

    Statementby Gio. Batt. Niccolini. Translated by Theodosia Garrow.
    ContributionsTrollope, Theodosia, 1825-1865
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 228 p.
    Number of Pages228
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18938748M

    This book argues that the twelfth-century political theorist and heretic Arnold of Brescia worked primarily as a religious ally published in , this book argues that the twelfth-century political theorist and heretic Arnold of Brescia worked primarily as a religious reformer and only secondarily as a revolutionary in the Commune of : George William Greenaway. Arnold of Brescia, a canon regular from Lombardy, was a disciple of the Peter Abelard, whose heretical propositions were condemned by St. Bernard of Clairvaux. Under the cloak of religious zeal, Arnold planned a political revolution advocating that neither clergyman who possess private property, nor Bishops who have secular rights of a.

    Arnold of Brescia (ca ), exiled twice and finally martyred, takes us into the student world of Paris during the blossoming of the twelfth-century Renaissance, through an infamous heresy trial, to teaching in Paris, then Zurich, and into Rome where he was the spiritual leader of .   An attempt to speak Arnold of Brescia's mind a millennium after his death, from a contemporary prospective. Arrested, hanged by the papacy, burned posthumously, with his ashes thrown into the River Tiber, Arnold of Brescia (c. - June ) Brand: Shari Arnold.

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Arnold of Brescia, Italian Arnaldo da Brescia, (born c. Brescia, Republic of Venice—died c. JuneCivita Castellana or Monterotondo, Papal States), radical religious reformer noted for his outspoken criticism of clerical wealth and corruption and for his strenuous opposition to the temporal power of the popes.

He was prior of the monastery at Brescia, where in he. | Radical church reformer. After studying under Peter Abelard,* he joined the Augustinian order.

He returned to Italy where he advocated the necessity of apostolic poverty by the church. His proposals were condemned by the Second Lateran Council and he was banished. Arnold then went to France, where he helped his teacher Abelard defend himself.

Arnold was Arnold of Brescia book religious reformer active in the first half of the twelfth century. He studied under Peter Abelard, led a revolt against the bishop in his hometown of Brescia, and eventually arrived in Rome, where he preached against the curia and developed some kind of /5.

Arnold of Brescia. [George William Greenaway] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: George William Greenaway. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC. Originally published inthis book Arnold of Brescia book that the twelfth-century political theorist and heretic Arnold of Brescia worked primarily as a religious reformer and only secondarily as a revolutionary in the Commune of Rome.

George Greenaway examines the posthumous influence of Arnold's ideas on the medieval church and on later religious Author: George William Greenaway. Originally published inthis book argues that the twelfth-century political theorist and heretic Arnold of Brescia worked primarily as a religious reformer and only secondarily as a revolutionary in the Commune of s: 0.

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Arnold of Brescia (ca ), exiled twice and finally martyred, takes us into the student world of Paris during the blossoming of the twelfth-century Renaissance, through an infamous heresy trial, to teaching in Paris, then Zurich, and into Rome where he was the spiritual leader of the city for almost a decade.

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Aperto anche la mattina per gustose /5(). (ARNALDUS, ARNOLDUS, ERNALDUS) Born at Brescia towards the end of the eleventh century, date of death uncertain.

If there is any truth in the statement made by Otto of Freising en that Arnold completed his studies under the direction of Abelard, he must have gone to Paris about This would explain the affection towards the French master which he showed later in life, and we could easily.

Arnold of Brescia () by Phillip D. Johnson, Paul R. Sponheim. Search by title, catalog stock #, author, isbn, etc. Just In Time for Spring!Pages: Arnold of Brescia (brĕsh`ə), c–, Italian monk and reformer, b.

Brescia. A priest of irreproachable life, Arnold studied at Paris, where according to tradition he was a pupil of Peter Abelard. He first gained prominence in a struggle at Brescia between the bishop and the city government. Arnold became sharply critical of the church.

Brescia (/ ˈ b r ɛ ʃ ə /, also US: /-ʃ ɑː, ˈ b r eɪ-/, Italian: (); Lombard: Brèsa [ˈbrɛsɔ, -hɔ, -sa]; Latin: Brixia; Venetian: Bressa) is a city and comune in the region of Lombardy in northern Italy.

It is situated at the foot of the Alps, a few kilometres from the lakes Garda and a population of more thanit is the second largest city in the region and the Country: Italy.

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Arnold of Brescia (c. – June ), also known as Arnaldus (Italian: Arnaldo da Brescia), was an Italian canon regular from Lombardy. He called on the Church to renounce property ownership and participated in the failed Commune of Rome. Exiled at least three times and eventually arrested, Arnold was hanged by the papacy, then was burned posthumously and (his.

The bibliography of Arnold of Brescia is very vast and of very unequal value. The following works will be found useful: W. von Giesebrecht, Arnold von Brescia (Munich, ); G. Gaggia, Arnaldo da Brescia (Brescia, ); and notices by Vacandard in the Revue des questions historiques (Paris, ), pp.

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From the Catholic Encyclopedia (ARNALDUS, ARNOLDUS, ERNALDUS) Born at Brescia towards the end of the eleventh century, date of death uncertain. If there is any truth in the statement made by Otto of Freisingen that Arnold completed his studies under the direction of Abelard, he must have gone to Paris about Arnold of Brescia words, approx.

2 pages The Italian religious reformer Arnold of Brescia (ca. ) preached a doctrine of absolute poverty and called for the Church to abandon economic and political was born at Brescia, a.