The Proprietary Church in the Medieval West

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Although there have been many regional studies of the proprietary church or particular aspects of it, this is the first extensive study of it covering most of western Europe, from the end of the Roman Empire in the West to about 1200. The book aims at a broad survey in varying degrees of intensity and with a shifting geographical focus; and it asks questions that are as much social and religious as legal or administrative.

The book vindicates, for village and estate churches, Ulrich Stutz's basic concept of a church with its possessions, revenues, and priestly office as an object of what we can reasonably call property. But it largely rejects his and his followers' application of this to great churches, and sees the position of intermediate churches (such as small or middling monasteries) as various, changeable, and ambivalent. Above all it turns away from Stutz's view of the property relationship as a distinct institution or system of 'Germanic church law', presenting it rather as a fluid set of assumptions and practices taking shape as customary law.

Susan Wood considers also the changing background of ideas and the bearing on it of important polemical writings (with some questioning of their established interpretations). Finally the book discusses how property in churches was imperfectly superseded by the new canon-law patronage, in the increasingly bureaucratic post-Gregorian Church.

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This is a book that adds substantially to the sum of knowledge ( Julia Barrow, Medium Aevum)

No other scholar has treated this subject in so comprehensive and detailed a way as Susan Wood. ( TLS)

Wood has shown that proprietary churches were an integral part of Christian society. The research is exhaustive; the writing is appealing in its clarity; and the judgements are based on long and wise reflection. The author has written a truly great book. ( Dr Nicholas Orme, Church Times)

[A] formidable, fascinating, actually readable book ( Richard Kay, American Historical Review)

the new locus classicus for those looking for a definitive, comparative and long-tearm study of how and in what way churches were owned in the early Middle Ages, and of when and in what ways that changed. ( Charles West, Ecclesiastic History)

Admirable and forceful clarity...undoubtedly the new locus classicus for those looking for a definitive, comparative and long-term study of how and in what way churches were owned in the early Middle Ages, and of when and in what ways that changed. ( Journal of Ecclesiastical History)

Here, then, sustained across nearly a thousand pages, seen through the bifocal lenses of a richly paradoxical theme, is a comprehensive vision of the earlier medieval world, in which every piece of evidence touched on is handled with respect, every person with sympathy, and the interrelationships between ideas and practices analysed with rare finesse. This book is not Mansfield Park or Barchester Towers: it is a historian's Middlemarch. ( Janet Nelson, English Historical Review)

Contenuti:

  • Part I: Beginnings
  • 1: The Roman Empire and Post-Roman Kingdoms
  • 2: A New Stage: Bavaria, Alemania, and Lombard Italy, Mid-Eighth to Mid-Ninth Century
  • 3: The Converging of Private and Parish Churches
  • 4: The Question of Origins
  • 5: Early Monasteries: Their Founders and Abbotts
  • 6: Some Non-Frankish Patterns of Family Interest in Monasteries
  • 7: Transition to Outside Lordship of Monasteries
  • 8: The Emergence of Bishop's Lordship over Monasteries
  • 9: The Emergence of Lay Ruler's Lordship over Monasteries
  • Part II: Lordship over Higher Churches, Ninth to Eleventh Centuries
  • 10: Kings and Princes
  • 11: Nobles other than Founder's Heirs
  • 12: Noble Founders and their Heirs
  • 13: Great Churches as Lords of Monasteries
  • Part III: Lower Churches as Property, Ninth to Eleventh Centuries
  • 14: Lesser Churches' Resources in Lands and other Possessions
  • 15: Lesser Churches' Resources in Tithes and Offerings
  • 16: Proprietors' Arrangements with their Priests
  • 17: Lay Proprietors
  • 18: Priests as Proprietors
  • 19: Higher Churches as Proprietors
  • 20: Some Proprietary Elements in a Bishop's Authority
  • Part IV: Ideas, Opinion, Change
  • 21: The Juridical Condition of Churches
  • 22: Legislation and Reforming Opinion
  • 23: Monastic Reform: Lordship and Liberty
  • 24: Gregorian Reform
  • 25: Towards a Bureaucratic Church
  • 26: The Longer Term
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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