6 edition of History of the archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -242) and index.
|Statement||Adam of Bremen ; translated with an introduction and notes by Francis J. Tschan ; with a new introduction and selected bibliography by Timothy Reuter.|
|Series||Records of Western civilization|
|Contributions||Tschan, Francis Joseph, 1881-1947., Reuter, Timothy.|
|LC Classifications||BX1538.H35 A3313 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvi, 257 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||257|
|ISBN 10||0231125747, 0231125755|
|LC Control Number||2001053731|
Studi di Scandinavistica medievale, ed. Having no dynasty, but prince-archbishops of different descent, the Prince-Archbishopric became a pawn in the hands of the powerful. Since the city was the major taxpayer, its consent was mostly searched for. There is only a little information about the following archbishopsand Adam inserts reports about political relations in the reigns of Northern monarchs, such as under the successors of Knut the Great In the first part Adam treats the years between beginning of the pontificate and and deaths of Pope Leo IX and Emperor Henry IIIdescribing the relationship between the archbishop and the Saxon princes, the mission, events in the diocese, and relations between Emperor and Pope. This grove is so sacred to the people that the separate trees in it are believed to be holy because of the death or putrefaction of the sacrificial victims.
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Praeterea unam adhuc insulam recitavit a multis in eo repertam oceano, quae dicitur Winland, eo quid ibi vites sponte nascantur, pontifficum optimum ferentes. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. This is referenced online in [Ref. Lacking papal confirmation and imperial liege indult could bring a prince-bishop elect into the precarious situation to be dismissed by the Emperor or by any of his vassals powerful enough and keen to do so. English translation: F. The same attitude can be found in contemporary English sources like the anonymous Vita Edwardi, and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
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A famous example is the mention of Winland ch. Lutheran capitulars were interrogated, but the Chapter was left in office, with its decisions subjected to the consent of the restitution commission. Tilly then invaded the Prince-Archbishopric and captured its southern parts.
Get to Know Us. Except of the title, Duke of Saxony, Angria and Westphaliawhich History of the archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen book younger Duchy of Saxony granted its rulers, even after its dynastic partition inthis territory, consisting only of territorial fringes of the old Duchy of Saxonyhad little in common with the latter.
The city of Bremen regarded and still regards this privilege to be constitutive for its status as a Free imperial city of imperial immediacy. Taylor, ed. Urbanski, Chr. Hamburg stopped being used as part of the diocese's name. Nunneries had traditionally been institutions to provide unmarried daughters of the better off, who History of the archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen book be provided a husband befitting their social status or who didn't want to marry, with a decent livelihood.
Even Lutheran capitulars were uneasy in Calvinistic Bremen. Wiener-transcripts, B-sources Denmark It follows a spatial rather than a chronological order. While the consecutive Archbishops worked on discarding the bishopric's Estates from the political landscape, the latter fought for the enforcement of the modus vivendi to become a real constitution.
Die Zeit der Sachsen und Salier, part 2, Darmstadt with additions in part 3, When William became king of England inhowever, he was obliged to pay attention to these realms because of the threat represented by Denmark in particular. Once in a while the Chapter took up time and protracted elections for years, being itself the ruler for the time of sede vacante.
On 15 May the city embraced Lutheranism. The earlier archbishopric seat in Hamburg had been attacked and destroyed several times, and thereafter the sees of Hamburg and Bremen were combined for protection.
Otto and Bernhard helped their second brother Siegfriedwho since had called himself the Bishop Elect of Bremen, to gain the see of Bremen, with part of the diocesan territory being upgraded to form the Prince-Archbishopric of Bremen German : Erzstift Bremen.
The same attitude can be found in contemporary English sources like the anonymous Vita Edwardi, and the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. ISBN Adam based his works in part on EinhardCassiodorusand other earlier historians, consulting the library of the church of Bremen.
Mary's Cathedral. His view of William is understandably bitter . The latter was burned down by a trespassing Swedish army Altona was not part of Hamburg at the time ; Sweden's adversaries retaliated by burning down Wolgast in Swedish Pomerania.
All this is well known to historians of medieval Germany and Scandinavia, and skeptical voices have questioned much of the story of Hamburg-Bremen back to the very beginnings.Adam of Bremen's history of the See of Hamburg and of Christian missions in northern Europe from AD to is a primary source of knowledge concerning the.
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The see of Hamburg-Bremen attained its greatest prosperity and later had its deepest troubles under History of the archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen book Adalbert of Hamburg (–).
He was after Hamburg-Bremen's upgrade to the rank of a Patriarchate of the North and failed tjarrodbonta.comg stopped being used as part of the diocese's name. The next two archbishops, Liemar and Humbert, were determined opponents of Pope Gregory tjarrodbonta.coml: Bremen (seat of chapter), Vörde (seat of govt .The first book gives a history from onwards of the Church in Hamburg-Bremen, and pdf Christian mission in the North.
This is the chief source of knowledge of the North until the thirteenth century. The second book continues the history, and also deals with German history between and History of the Archbishops of Hamburg-Bremen. New York: Columbia University Press, Translated by Francis J.
Tschan. 8vo, red cloth, d.w. New York: Columbia Author: ADAM OF BREMEN.The first book gives a ebook from onwards of the Church in Hamburg-Bremen, and the Christian mission in the North.
This is the chief source of knowledge of the North until the thirteenth century. The second book continues the history, and also deals with German history between and