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Crusade, Heresy and Inquisition in the Lands of the Crown of by Damian Smith

By Damian Smith

In line with broad learn of the first and secondary resources, Damian J. Smith right here presents the 1st complete account of the mixed impact of campaign, heresy and inquisition in and concerning the lands of the Crown of Aragon till the loss of life of James I the Conqueror in 1276. This paintings bargains with the slow lack of effect of the Crown in Provence and Languedoc culminating within the treaty of Corbeil in 1258. It then investigates the level of heresy within the lands of the Crown and in different parts of Christian Spain. within the ultimate half, the origins and improvement of the Aragonese inquisition are mentioned intimately with a specific emphasis at the function of Ramon de Penyafort.

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507. ‘Cum universis sancte’ was initially a privilege of Urban II to Peter I of Aragon in 1095 (MDI, 53, no. 34; Papsturkunden in Spanien. Vorarbeiten zur Hispania Pontificia: II Navarra und Aragon, ed. P. Kehr (Berlin, 1928), 120). 140 Miret, ‘Itinerario’, iv, 104; PVC, chs. 447–8; Chanson, ii, ch. 135; Smith, Innocent III and the Crown of Aragon, 136–7. 141 PVC, chs. 471–5. the defeat of the crown of aragon 39 would Philip II of France have reacted to Aragonese dominance in Languedoc? 142 The battle of Muret, as we have seen, was not just a minor incident, not simply the result of the overambition of a charismatic but unwise king, but rather a dramatic and significant moment in the history of a relationship between the lands of southern France and north-eastern Spain which had evolved over many centuries, and which had seen a significant build-up of the political power of the house of Barcelona during the eleventh and twelfth centuries.

Yet between the Iberian and Ligurian tribes of the mountains there had existed numerous ties. 31 Rather, for the more important players on the stage, the Ebro would become the focus. 32 It was the Ebro valley 30 T. Bisson, The Medieval Crown of Aragon (Oxford, 1991), 39–40. J. Maluquer de Motes (amb la colċlaboració d’ A. M. Rauret), Prehistòria i Edat Antiga [fins al segle III]. Historia de Catalunya, 7 vols, ed. P. Vilar, vol. 1 (Barcelona, 2003), 213–96; G. Fabre and R. Plana, ‘El substrat cultural preromà i les relacions entre les terres occitanes i catalanes durant l’antiguitat,’ in Càtars i trobadors: Occitània i Catalunya: renaixença i futur, ed.

310, 313–5; AHN, Cód. 653b, Cartulario Magno de la Castellanía de Amposta, 137–9, no. 140; AHN, OOMM, Amposta, encomienda Miravete, carp. 608, no. 29; AHN, Cód. 648b, 404–5, no. 355. 106 Both of them met Peter II at Colliure on 27 June 1209 (ACA, perg. Pere I, no. 328). 107 Layettes, v, 62–4, no. 176. 108 Chanson, i, 68–74, chs. 26–30. 109 Chanson, i, 70, ch. 28. 110 Chanson, i, 74, ch. 30. 111 PVC, chs. 101, 124; HGL, v, 36; Chanson, i, 93, ch. 37; 99, ch. 40. 112 MDI, 429–31, nos. 410–11. 113 Peter’s tactics were essentially to strive for peace, while making things as awkward as possible for Simon, further tying the lords of the region to himself, but making sure he did not give the appearance of aiding heresy.

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