Arnold of Brescia

noun
Italian theologian who censured the worldly possessions of monks and the temporal power of bishops and was condemned for dogmatic errors by the Second Lateran Council (early 12th century)
Instance Hypernyms: ↑theologian, ↑theologist, ↑theologizer, ↑theologiser

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  • Arnold von Brescia — Arnold von Brescia, Büste von G. Marini (1871) Arnold von Brescia (* um 1090 in Brescia; † 1155) war ein italienischer Regularkanoniker und Prediger. Im Hinblick auf eine Kirchenreform vertrat er die Auffassung, auch der Säkularklerus …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Arnold of Brescia — • Born at Brescia towards the end of the eleventh century, date of death uncertain Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Arnold of Brescia     Arnold of Brescia      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Arnold of Brescia — Arnold of Brescia, (c. 1090 ndash;1155), also known as Arnaldus ( it. Arnaldo da Brescia), was a monk from Italy who called on the Church to renounce ownership of property, participated in the Commune of Rome, and was hanged by the Church. Though …   Wikipedia

  • Arnold von Brescia — Arnold von Brescia, der kühnste und talkräftigste Gegner der Hierarchie im 12. Jahrh., geboren um 1100, gest. 1155, war ein Schüler Abälards und Geistlicher in seiner Vaterstadt Brescia. Als die Quelle des Verderbens in der Kirche erkannte er die …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Arnold von Brescia —   [ breʃʃa], Augustinerchorherr, * Brescia um 1100, ✝ Rom um 1155; Schüler von Abaelardus in Paris, predigte in Brescia gegen die Verweltlichung der Geistlichkeit und für die apostolische Armut der Kirche, später in Rom gegen die weltliche… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Arnold von Brescia — Arnold von Brescia, Schüler Abälards, wurde Mönch und führte ein ascetisches Leben. Damals war ganz Italien in Gährung, die Lombardei aber in offenem Kampfe für ihren republik. Städtebund gegen Kaiser Friedrich I. A. gab sich dem Zeitgeiste hin,… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Arnold of Brescia — ▪ Italian religious reformer Italian  Arnaldo da Brescia  born c. 1100, Brescia, Republic of Venice died c. June 1155, Civita Castellana or Monterotondo, Papal States       radical religious reformer noted for his outspoken criticism of clerical… …   Universalium

  • Arnold of Brescia — (c. 1100–55)    Heretic.    Little is known of Arnold’s early life. He is thought to have been born in Brescia and to have been a student of Peter abelard at the University of Paris. He then joined the Canons Regular. He achieved notoriety by… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • ARNOLD OF BRESCIA —    an Italian monk, and disciple of Abelard; declaimed against the temporal power of the Pope, the corruptions of the Church, and the avarice of the clergy; headed an insurrection against the Pope in Rome, which collapsed under the Pope s… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Brescia — Brescia …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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