Papal Judges Delegate in the Province of Canterbury 1198-1254: A Study in Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and Administration (Oxford Historical Monographs)

Papal Judges Delegate in the Province of Canterbury 1198-1254: A Study in Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction and Administration (Oxford Historical Monographs)

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Author: Sayers, Jane
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This book is concerned with the ecclesiastical courts set up by the papacy to hear specific cases on its behalf in the localities. It embodies the results of the examination of a large number of records, particularly case records. One chapter outlines the central judicial structures of the church; other chapters include detailed studies of the procedure of the local courts and of the personnel - the judges, the proctors and the parties. Appendices of lists and selected documents illustrate the administration.

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Publisher: Oxford University Press, New York

Publication Date: 1971

Binding: Cloth

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