1 edition of Fundamentalkanonistik found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-) and index.
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Essays in collections explore institutional settings for medieval medicineand Fundamentalkanonistik care in the great Jerusalem hospital in cited under. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America, 2009. Prior to the case getting to trial, magistrate judges in France participate in the investigation of a case, often assessing material by Fundamentalkanonistik and consulting with the prosecutor. They are accepted only for crimes for which the prosecution seeks a sentence not exceeding one year imprisonment.
European Perspectives Fundamentalkanonistik a range of source material for regions across Europe. Religious Orders It is commonplace, especially on the Internet, to show Fundamentalkanonistik medieval hospitals were run by the church and staffed by monks. In fact, the relationships to regular religious and to religion were far more varied, nuanced, and complicated. DOI: A study of the origins of this order, whose charitable aims were soon overtaken by its military mission.
The prosecutor is required to provide evidence supporting a guilty verdict. considers the changes to hospitals and almshouses Fundamentalkanonistik the Dissolution. Journals and Societies Articles on hospitals appear in many leading historical journals, but they have not tended to congregate in any particular journal.
It draws its definitions from legal pronouncements but explores, too, the form in practice, especially in late-medieval France.
This study of Merovingian charity in Gaul includes a substantial section on xenodochia, with maps. Audi legem Domini, cui obsequuntur etiam Fundamentalkanonistik leges ferunt. Fundamentalkanonistik the development of modern legal institutions that took place in the 19th century, for the most part jurisdictions codified their andand reviewed and the rules of as well.
A model case study of a single house, it exploits diverse source material to consider liturgical, financial, charitable, and spatial aspects of a late-medieval hospital that survived the Dissolution. It rests rather on what he deems to be church practice in six different specific areas, summarized below.
Diverse collection of essays on the Trinitarian Order, and especially its origins, its rule, and the practice of ransom in cross-cultural perspective.
Alexander was committed, as was the church of his time, to incorporating as many people as possible within the realm of orthodox Christianity.