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Italian Cardinals, Reform and the Church as Property, 1492-1563

Publications of the UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies 22

Genres: Christianity
Format: Hardback
Publisher: University of California Press, Berkerley, United States
Published: 4th Dec 1985
Dimensions: w 152mm h 229mm d 15mm
Weight: 481g
ISBN-10: 0520049373
ISBN-13: 9780520049376
Barcode No: 9780520049376
Synopsis
"In the heart of her book Hallman performs an amazing feat: patiently tracing the acquisition, trading, subdividing, leasing, and renting of pieces of property that also happened in most cases to carry with them the cure of souls. She does so without losing the reader in a mass of detail by combining quantitative generalizations with examination of aptly chosen individual cases...In short, she demonstrates that the sixteenth-century Italian Church, to alter slightly the epithet used by Ginzburg's Menocchio, was increasingly "a prelates' business." This is a very important book. Not only will it serve those scholars in various disciplines who wich to trace the patronage networks of individual Italian cardinals. As I have indicated, it will also stimulate those interested in reformulating existing paradigms and periodization schemes in early modern European history." (Anne Jacobson Schutte, Lawrence University, in Renaissance Quarterly, Volume 40, Number 2, Summer, 1987).

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