1 edition of The popes and the Hohenstaufen found in the catalog.
|Statement||By Ugo Balzani|
|Series||Epochs of church history|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 261 p.|
|Number of Pages||261|
The wealth of these cities was substantial, and whoever had control of them could expected to be able to pay for massive armies whenever he chose. But as David Abulafia shows in this powerfully written biography, Frederick was much less tolerant and far-sighted in his cultural, religious, and political ambitions than is generally thought. He supposedly remarked that there were three great frauds in history - Moses, Jesus and Muhammad. The papacy had long pursued policies aimed at preventing the same power from controlling both Germany and the South of Italy, the latter being called the Kingdom of Two Sicilies.
The office of Holy Roman Emperor has become a hereditary attachment of one family. In the course of the 7th century, his successors slowly detached themselves from the power of the exarchs, and by about they could successfully defy any attempt from Ravenna to remove them. As the example of Constantine and Sylvester revealed, emperors should ultimately defer to popes, recognizing their superior form of sacerdotal sovereignty. His grim and grisly role provoked a violent reaction in Rome, and in late July or early August Pope Stephen was imprisoned and later strangled. Besides ruling the region of Europe that encompasses modern Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, eastern France, and northern Italy, he also inherited the Kingdom of Sicily and parts of the Mediterranean that include what are now Israel, Lebanon, Malta, and Cyprus. The images present a meeting over nine hundred years earlier between Pope Sylvester, the bishop of Rome, and Constantine, the Roman emperor.
It is an ill wind however that bloweth no good to some one. Chapter 1 examines Gregory's conflict with Frederick over the emperor's contested crusade vow, a conflict that lasted until their reconciliation in ; Chapter 2, the years from toan often overlooked period of dialog and cooperation between the two powers, including their alignment of interests over the crusades and the fight against heresy; Chapter 3, the pope and emperor's increasingly unrestrained arguments over Frederick's political actions in Lombardy and perceived abuse of ecclesiastical liberties; and Chapter 4, Gregory's second excommunication of Frederick and their ensuing battles until the pope's demise. In his blind rage, Stephen not only abused the memory of Formosus but also treated his body with indignity. Gregory had claimed that the Popes were superior to all kings because they the Popes at the Day of Judgement would be responsible for the behaviour of all the sheep of their flock, and in the eyes of God, a king was one of that faithful herd. The images present a meeting over nine hundred years earlier between Pope Sylvester, the bishop of Rome, and Constantine, the Roman emperor. But the Pope and the Emperor were enemies.
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Viewed from this perspective, rather than as a hierarchical, feudal, or static society lacking public awareness, medieval Christendom formed a dynamic place of circulating people, texts, rumors, and shared performances. Subsequent popes have cause to regret this coronation.
Archived from the original on 4 November With the lateth-century model of the papacy in one's mind, it is difficult to imagine what it would have been like in the 16th or 14th centuries, let alone the 10th or the eighth.
This seemed not to have bothered Frederick very much. Still others have stressed the public as a "powerful rhetorical and discursive concept" rather than an actual space or lived interaction of citizens, conceptualizing the public within a nexus of texts, forming part of a social imaginary, a "fiction, which, because it can appear real, exerts real political force.
Investigation of the Church's own records, however, reveals that the claim of an unbroken papal continuity is false. Pope vs. The paintings commence with scenes of the pagan ruler's leprosy and refusal to bathe in the blood of slaughtered infants, a cure recommended to him by pagan priests, followed by his vision of the apostles Peter and Paul.
Innocent III thought that he had made certain that this situation would be only temporary. Henry VI is crowned emperor in Rome in and king of Sicily in Before his election, Pietro Pierleoni anti-pope Anacletus II was military leader of a rival army whose family had fought for 50 years in total for control of the Holy See—a confrontation subtly called the "Fifty Year War" by the Church today.
History might have been very different if he had succeeded.
Yet the recorded history of the lives of the clerical hierarchy bears no resemblance to its modern-day portrayal, and the true stories of the popes in particular are among the most misrepresented in religious history.
He provided refuge for some of the troubadours fleeing the devastation attending the Albigensian Crusade and they, with his encouragement, lay the bases for the lyric quality of the Italian language, a quality later exemplified by Dante.
The Church ordered its "secular arm" to force its dogma upon humanity by "mass murder" The Extermination of the Cathars, Simonde de Sismondi,and "the clergy, discharging in each district the functions of local state officials, seem never to have quite regained the religious spirit" Catholic Encyclopedia, Farley ed.
But the popes kept control of the Campagna, and the belt of papal lands between Rome and Ravenna remained intact as well; the Papal Statesas reconstituted by the late-medieval popes, reproduced almost exactly the boundaries of the former exarchate.
Archived from the original on 28 December Two main candidates soon emerged, one of who was a Hohenstaufen. It is an ill wind however that bloweth no good to some one. Meanwhile, the war of words between Frederick and the papacy continued.
Read an Excerpt Introduction Entering the chapel of Saint Sylvester in the basilica of Santi Quattro Coronati in Rome, one encounters a sequence of frescoes from the year that speaks to the dual nature of Christian sovereignty in the Middle Ages.
The Popes accused him of heresy. In many ways, the popes and the prince disagreed so publicly and so violently because they agreed on so much. Besides ruling the region of Europe that encompasses modern Germany, Czechoslovakia, Poland, eastern France, and northern Italy, he also inherited the Kingdom of Sicily and parts of the Mediterranean that include what are now Israel, Lebanon, Malta, and Cyprus.
Whatever people knew about the past they had learned by listening to stories and legends. Before supporting Frederick's elevation as emperor, Innocent had required that he promise to relinquish Two Sicilies and to undertake a crusade to liberate Jerusalem.
Political and territorial rather than ecclesiastical interests were at stake; but the popes could only fight as heads of the universal church, defending its liberty against a race of persecutors, and they had to employ their characteristic weapons—excommunication, propagandaand intrigue.
There is no doubt that Honorius was determined to buy or force his way into the papal chair and he succeeded, preserving his position for the term of his life. At all costs he must make peace with the Pope, and he must do it at once. The general populace labelled them the "Throat-cutters" but Dominic deemed them the "Militia of Jesus Christ" ibid.
As a "feudal" society, it has been argued, medieval Europe did not possess a genuine public sphere, lacking as it did the requisite economic conditions, spaces of interaction, and forms of communication—namely, print—for an informed citizenry engaging in discourse about the public good.
In the end, a fresh and fascinating picture develops of the most enigmatic of German rulers, a man whose accomplishments have been grossly distorted over the centuries. Around the same time we have the complaint of the papal legate Elmeric, who said that the popes were relaxing their zeal to persecute because there were "no more rich heretics".Author's Note: Some of the dates for the popes and events in papal history are estimates; even the Church admits as much.
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Frederick II () When the Emperor Henry VII Hohenstaufen died inhe was survived by his widow and young son, Frederick. But the cities were close to the Papal States, and the popes were reluctant to allow the German emperors to establish a base of power so close to them.
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