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Episcopal Power and Florentine Society, 1000-1320

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$81.50 • £65.95 • €73.50

ISBN 9780674258914

Publication Date: 02/26/1991

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  • Preface
  • Maps
  • Introduction
  • 1. The Emergence of the Patrilineage and the Conflict with Episcopal Interests
  • 2. The Bishop, the City, and the Contado in the Twelfth Century
  • 3. Rural Communes and the Challenge to Episcopal Hegemony in the Countryside, 1180–1250
  • 4. Episcopal Property and the Transformation of Florentine Society, 1250–1320
  • Conclusion
  • Abbreviations
  • Appendix A. Chronology of Florentine Bishops to 1321
  • Appendix B. Comparison of a Bullettone Entry with Its Model
  • Appendix C. Episcopal Castelli in the Diocese of Florence, 1000–1250
  • Appendix D. Entries in the Bullettone According to Date, Region, and Type
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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