O recrutamento do Cabido da Sé de Lisboa (sécs. XII-XV): Um laboratório para o estudo dos poderes no Portugal medievo

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Abstract

The cathedral chapters were assumed throughout the medieval period (and even later) as privileged spaces for the insertion of clergy associated with the various lay and ecclesiastical powers, from the sovereign powers (Papacy, Crown) to the metropolitans and ordinary and even to municipal oligarchies. This intertwining of influences and powers was extremely important in the case of the Lisbon’s cathedral chapter, rooted in the city that became the most important city in the kingdom from the late medieval period. The study of its medieval recruitment, now proposed in a diachronic manner, allows us to glimpse, both in its conjunctural and structural dimension, some of the power relations established within.
Original languagePortuguese
Title of host publicationCatedrais, Cabidos e Capitulares
Subtitle of host publicationum longo percurso institucional e cultural
EditorsLuís Carlos Amaral, Adélio Abreu
Place of PublicationPorto
PublisherCEHR-UCP
Pages61-82
Number of pages21
ISBN (Print)9789895328710
Publication statusPublished - 20 Aug 2021

Keywords

  • Medieval Portugal
  • Medieval Lisbon
  • Cathedral Chapter
  • Social Recruitment

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