By Andrew LathamAt the end of the twelfth century, Pope Innocent III issued a document known as the Quanto personam. What kind of influence did it have on ideas about sovereignty and power in the medieval era?The Quanto personam, which emphasized the absolute power of the Pope, had inadvertently led to a wide intellectual exchange concerning the boundary of the powers wielded by both spiritual and secular authorities.
Between A Rock And A Hot Place: The Role Of Subjectivity In The Medieval Ordeal By Hot IronBy Ian C. PilarczykAnglo-American Law Review, Vol. 87 (1996)Abstract: Before their gradual disappearance in the Middle Ages, ordeals were used as a form of adjudication of guilt and innocence in criminal proceedings.
Unauthorised miracles in mid-ninth-century Dijon and the Carolingian church reformsBy C.M.A. WestJournal of Medieval History, Vol.36:4 (2010)Abstract: In the early 840s, Archbishop Amolo of Lyons wrote to one of his suffragan bishops about extraordinary miracles reportedly taking place at Dijon in the wake of the arrival of mysterious new relics.
Richard Henry Lee was one of the leading lights of the Revolutionary generation and played important roles at almost every stage of America’s drive for independence. He was born at Stratford in Westmoreland County, Virginia and received his education at Wakefield in Yorkshire, England. As a young man at the beginning of the French and Indian War, he raised a militia unit, but — perhaps fortuitously for him — his services were rejected by Edward Braddock.
Pioneer Valley(AO-140: dp. 21,880 (f), 1. 524& 39;; b. 68& 39;, dr. 30& 39; s. 16 k.cpl. 52; a. none; cl. Suamico; T. T2-SE-Ai)Pioneer Valley, built as MC hull 1947 for U.S. Maritime Commission by Kaiser Corporation, Portland Ore., was laiddown 27 July 1944; launched 6 September, sponsored by Mrs. Charles R.