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© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden,  DOI: 10.1163/18712428-09220004 CHRC  () – Church History and Religious Culture www.brill.com/chrc Resistance, Negotiation, and Adjustment: Cathedral Clergy and the Tridentine Reform in Portugal Hugo Ribeiro da Silva Abstract In the sixteenth and

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In: The Renaissance in Scotland
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cathedral clergy. The song has a form of a traditional liturgical sequence and consists of two parts of different authorship. The first one, the older of the two, could have been formulated shortly after the suppression of the rebellion. It offers a moralizing, satirical, and sensational story of Vogt

In: Germans and Poles in the Middle Ages
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ca 1311-17. Italy. Latin liturgical compilation by the Neapolitan cathedral clergy, containing narrative elements. After a series of short orations, known as part I, the text continues in parts II and III to narrate the legendary origins of the double cathedral of Naples in roughly 1500 words

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member of the cathedral clergy at Chartres and could have known the reformer Bishop Ivo (1090-1115), but this is less than certain. His standard of Latinity and knowledge of classical texts suggest a goo...

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Mittelmünster); against the resistance of his cathedral clergy, he agreed to the separation of the Bohemian missionary territory in order to erect an autonomous bishopric in Prague (I; 973). He pioneered the Gorzian reform in southern Germany in 974 by dissolving the personal union of the bishopric and abbey

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mouth of the Scheldt (Zeeland) removed from the bishopric of Utrecht and placed under the bishopric of Thérouanne (under the archbishopric of Reims). On his return journey, he was imprisoned by the archbishop of Cologne and charged with heresy by the Utrecht cathedral clergy. The stereotyped accusations

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did his rival Urban II ): Clement required the cathedral clergy of Ravenna to live communally. Allegiance to Clement extended from Rome and central Italy to Germany, Denmark, England, Portugal, Hungary and Croatia. Wilfried Hartmann

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ca 1311-17. Italy. Latin liturgical compilation by the Neapolitan cathedral clergy, containing narrative elements. After a series of short orations, known as part I, the text continues in parts II and III to narrate the legendary origins of the double cathedral of

in Encyclopedia of the Medieval Chronicle Online

Berlin (1821) was introduced despite the protest of the Reformed cathedral clergy; the Lutheran Petrus congregation that shared the cathedral accepted the liturgy. Initially, the acceptance of the Agenda was voluntary, though changes were prohibited. A survey in 1822 revealed that only a few pastors

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