Cambridge Studies In Medieval Life And Thought: Fourth Series
Their Origins And Reception
de Danica (University College London) Summerlin
Sobre o livro
Despite the growing centralisation of medieval papal government, this study argues that twelfth-century papal councils - a critical mechanism for contemporary papal government - relied on input from local clerics to formulate the conciliar decrees and, later, ensure their dissemination, thereby limiting the influence of the papacy.