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Lecture on the High Medieval Church by Professor Lisa M. Lane, MiraCosta College. CC 2008. (Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike licensed.)

Lecture on the High Medieval Church by Professor Lisa M. Lane, MiraCosta College. CC 2008. (Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike licensed.)

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  • High Middle Ages Culture and Society Lisa M. Lane History 103 Music: Hildegard von Bingen, O Greenest Branch (12th c.)
  • Medieval Church Lisa M Lane
  • The Imperial Papacy Innocent III 1198-1216 Urban II and First Crusade 1095 Innocent’s dream of St. Francis John, by the grace of God king of England, lord of Ireland, Duke of Normandy...etc. By this charter attested by our golden seal we wish it to be known to you all that...we offer and freely yield to God and to SS Peter and Paul...and to the Holy Roman Church our mother, and to our lord Pope Innocent III and his catholic successors, the whole kingdom of England and the whole kingdom of Ireland with all their rights (1213)
    • interdict
    • excommunication
  • Towns, heresy and new orders
  • Cathedrals
    • Romanesque
    Gothic
  • Faith and Reason It must be said that God's existence can be proved in five ways. The first and most obvious way is based on the existence of motion. It is certain and in fact evident to our senses that some things in the world are moved. Everything that is moved, however, is moved by something else, for a thing cannot be moved unless that movement is potentially within it. A thing moves something else insofar as it actually exists, for to move something is simply to actualize what is potentially within that thing. Something can be led thus from potentiality to actuality only by something else which is already actualized. -- Aquinas Abelard and Heloise St Thomas Aquinas Logic + Faith St. Bernard of Clairvaux and Hildegard of Bingen 12th century 13th century
  • Chivalric culture Mariolatry Tournament Troubador Knight and Lady
  • Image sources
    • Imperial Papacy
    • http://www. medievaltymes . com/courtyard/images/crusades/first_crusade_route_map .jpg
    • Towns, heresy and new orders
    • http://www. prague-hotel-service .com/upload/spaw/oldtsq-1.JPG http://www. allempires . com/empires/venice/Commercial-routes .jpg
    • Cathedrals
    • http://www. freefoto .com/images/14/17/14_17_3---Romanesque-Church--Monteriggioni--Tuscany--Italy_web.jpg
    • http://www. columbia .edu/cu/gsapp/BT/EEI/MASONRY/14typgoth.jpg
    • http://media-2.web. britannica .com/eb-media/63/29963-004-2202D622.jpg
    • http://www. saintmarycathedral .org/images/renovation3.jpg
    • http://www. brynmawr .edu/Acads/Cities/wld/00436/00436a.jpg
    • Scholasticism and universities
    • http://www. texasmusicforge . com/images/AbelardHeloise .JPG
    • http://www. sciencemusings .com/uploaded_images/Aquinas-720293.jpg
    • http://bp2. blogger .com/_xmIuUUZvjPo/R8bWJ_zXNBI/AAAAAAAAALU/1dO2AMRmWP8/s400/Hildegard. png
    • Chivalric culture
    • http://www. texasmusicforge . com/images/AbelardHeloise .JPG
    • http://content.answers.com/main/content/wp/en/thumb/1/12/170px-Vladimirskaya.jpg
    • http://upload. wikimedia .org/wikipedia/en/thumb/9/9d/Perdigon_with_fiddle,_reversed.PNG/180px-Perdigon_with_fiddle,_reversed.PNG
    • http: //cla . calpoly .edu/~dschwart/engl513/courtly/picg2x.jpg