2 edition of Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church found in the catalog.
Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church
Charles W. Brockwell
|Statement||Charles W. Brockwell, Jr.|
|Series||Texts and studies in religion ;, v. 25|
|LC Classifications||BR754.P43 B76 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 274 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||274|
|LC Control Number||85026017|
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Within the natural law view human law is also treated as originating in, and as deriving authority from, the abstract notion of a divinely given morality.’ 47 Doe illustrated this relationship by drawing on the work of two of the foremost legal theorists of the fifteenth century, the royal justice John Fortescue and Reginald Pecock, bishop of Cited by: 2. The Politics of Fifteenth Century England: John Vale’s Book, ed. M. L. Kekewich et al. (Stroud, ), section II, and note illustrations. D. Youngs, 'The medieval commonplace book: the example of the commonplace book of Humphrey Newton of Newton and Pownall, Cheshire ()' Archives, 25 (), Printed books.
The Reconstruction of the Church of Ireland: Bishop Bramhall and the Laudian Reforms, [ McCAFFERTY, JOHN. Reginald Pecock?s Books and Textual Communities. Reginald, Pecock cc] CAMPBELL, KIRSTY. A Middle English Medical Remedy Book, edited from Glasgow University Library MS Hunter Almeida, Francisco Alonso. The remaining eleven articles are all drawn from Pecock's Book of Faith; although they are abridgements, they do reflect fairly accurately what Pecock does say in portions of his text (cf. Reginald Pecock, Reginald Pecock's Book of Faith, ed. J. L. Morison [Glasgow, ], pp. , , , , , , , ,
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Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Reginald Pecock; Reginald Pecock: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles W Brockwell. | c Bishop of Chichester. Born in Wales, he was educated at Oriel College, Oxford, was made master of Whittington College, London, inbishop of St.
Asaph inand of Chichester in An ardent but wayward defender of the church system of his day against the followers of [[John Wycliffe]],* Pecock employed a doubtful apologetic which. Pecock, Reginald (c–c).Bishop of Chichester (–9). A Welshman, educated at Oriel College, Oxford, Pecock was fellow there (–24) and under Humphrey, duke of Gloucester's patronage became master of Whittington College, London (–44), bishop of St Asaph (), of Chichester (), and a privy counsellor (–7).
A rationalist himself, he tried to win over lollards. Due to maintenance to our webshop, it is currently not possible to order books through To order Brill titles please contact our distributor at [email protected] maintenance is scheduled to last until Monday, December : Ian Johnson.
Adam Moleyns (died 9 January ) was an English bishop, lawyer, royal administrator and diplomat. During the minority of Henry VI of England, he was clerk of the ruling council of the essor: Richard Praty. Charles W. Brockwell, Jr. Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church: Secur-ing the Foundations of Cultural Authority.
(Texts and Studies in Religion Volume ) Lewiston, N.Y.: The Edwin Mellen Press. xvi, $ Bishop Reginald Pecock occupies an important place in the religious history of fifteenth-century England.
Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church: securing the foundations of cultural authority / Charles W. Brockwell, Jr Brockwell, Charles W [ Book: ]. Reginald Pecock, The Repressor of Over Much Blaming of Clergy, 2 vols., ed. Churchill Babington, London, Longman, Green, Longman and Roberts,I, p.
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Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church: securing the foundations of cultural authority / by: Brockwell, Charles W. Published: () An earnest and affectionate address to the poor More particularly in regard to the prevailing sin of drunkenness. Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church Securing the Foundations of Cultural Authority Brockwell, Charles W.
pages A study of the controversial Bishop Pecock, a minor but notorious theologian and "hammerer of Lollards" (Albion) who was misjudged by Catholics and Protestants alike.
How power was distributed and exercised is a key issue in understanding attitudes and assumptions in late medieval England. The essays in this volume all deal with those who had the power to make political decisions, whether kings, nobles or gentry, courtiers or clergy.
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Edited by Jacques le Goff and Pierre Nora. General: In the Workshop of History. By François Furet, translated by Jonathan Mandelbau. The record of the visitation is in the bishop's register. Chedworth was one of the three assessors appointed by the convocation to conduct the trial of Reginald Pecock, bishop of Chichester, for heresy in Bishop Reginald Pecock and the Lancastrian Church: Securing the Foundations of Cultural Authority.
Charles W. Brockwell, Jr. [REVIEW] J. Robert Wright -. Full text of "Reginald Pecock, churchman and man of letters, a study in fifteenth century English prose" See other formats. Waynflete, William of (DNB00) From Wikisource. bishop of Lincoln, in the parish church of Spalding on Easter Sunday, 21 Aprilunder the name of William Barbor.
Waynflete's next important public function was as assessor at the trial of Bishop Reginald Pecock [q. v.] for heresy, in November Whatever political animus may have.The Chichester Cathedral prayer book; written and illuminated in England by a Lancastrian scribe and artist during the episcopate of Reginald Pecock, by Reginald Pecock (Book) Sussex archaeological collections relating to the history and antiquities of the county by .Brockwell, Charles W., Jr.
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