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The popes and the papacy in the early Middle Ages, 476-752 / Jeffrey Richards.


London ; Boston : Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1979.
ISBN 0710000987, 9780710000989

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Subjects Europe -- Church history -- 600-1500.
Europe -- Histoire religieuse.
Europe.
Papacy -- History -- To 1309.
Papacy.
Papauté -- Histoire -- Jusqu'à 1309.
Pausdom.
Pausen.
Description viii, 422 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date 1979.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 398-409) and index.
Contents I. The context -- 1. The ideological context -- 2. The political and religious context -- 3. The social and economic context -- II. The papacy under the Ostrogoths -- 4. The Acacian schism -- 5. The Symmachan schism: the events -- 6. The Symmachan schism: issues and participants -- 7. The rapprochement with the east -- 8. The Gothic reaction -- III. The papacy under the empire -- 9. The 'three chapters' controversy -- 10. The Lombardic crisis -- 11. The monothelete crisis -- 12. The papal revival -- 13. The final crisis -- IV. The popes -- 14. Class origins -- 15. Age and experience -- 16. Geographical origins and cultural attainments -- V. The papal administration -- 17. The central administration -- 18. The patrimonial administration -- 19. The papacy and the episcopate -- 20. Gregory the great and the episcopate -- Appendix 1: the popes -- Appendix 2: papal vacancies -- Appendix 3: papal ordinations.
Genre Church history.
History.
Geographic Area Europe
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4952990
(OCoLC)ocm04952990
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Richards, Jeffrey.
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