Medieval Heresy: Popular Movements from the Gregorian Reform to the Reformation

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Wiley, Aug 30, 2002 - History - 504 pages
For the third edition, this comprehensive history of the great heretical movements of the Middle Ages has been updated to take account of recent research in the field.

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The awkwardness of this textbook is that the only common thread in the movements from those mysterious developments in the 10th century through to the Hussites & Lollards in the 15th is that at some ... Read full review

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Malcolm Lambert was Reader in Medieval History at the University of Bristol until 1991 when he retired to devote himself to writing and research. His previous books are Franciscan Poverty (1961, reissued 1998) and The Cathars (paperback edition, 1998). He is now working on a history of the Conversion of Britain.

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