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Synonyms for Albigenses

a Christian religious sect in southern France in the 12th and 13th centuries

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(3) Lea discute pontos de varios documentos dos seculos XII e XIII que justificaram a cruzada contra aos albigenses. Entre as acusacoes, consta a ameaca de espalhar a corrupcao e a barbarie em toda a Europa.
Topics included Lollardy, the Albigenses, the Dominicans and the Inquisition, Foxe's martyrology, and tradition and scripture.
When the Inquisition in all its fury attempted to annihilate all opposition, although publicly targeting the offspring of Abraham, the Jews and the Arabs, the main target again was those who held Scripture as the truth from God, believing in a 24hour 6 day creation with a 7th day Sabbath; the Germanic Waldenses, Albigenses, Huguenots and other tribes in northern Italy and papal states.
While there, I wandered into the city hall ofthe town, where there hung an amazing painting called Femmesdes Albigenses. It depicts a group of semi-naked women confronting Roman crusaderswith stones; all of them, along with their Catholic townsmen, would bekilled that day or the next.
Se comparado as seitas hereticas, messianicas ou milenaristas como a Joaquim de Fiore, aos albigenses, hussitas, anabatistas, compreender-se-a muito bem esta critica ao cristianismo ortodoxo.
Of particular interest is Kelly's consideration of Maturin's drama, which forms the focus of chapter four, and his discussion of Maturin's final two publications, Five Sermons on the Errors of the Roman Catholic Church (1824) and The Albigenses (1824), both of which are analyzed in the study's final chapter.
Confronted with the ethnic and linguistic and religious diversity of l'Hexagone, a series of French rulers attempted to Frenchify and nationalize the Bretons and Normans in the north and the more Latin peoples of Languedoc, but they also had to suppress first the Albigenses and then the Huguenots.
It inevitably concentrates on the Holy Land, Byzantium, and their adjacent territories but also takes account of the 'crusading' factor in the wars of the Spanish re-conquest, the German expansion eastwards and in the Baltic, and the suppression of the Cathars or Albigenses. It surely does as much as can be done in one volume.