Session 630: Representation of Kings, Nobility, and Clergy in Chronicles and Contemporary Sources
Tuesday 7 July 2015, 11.15-12.45
|Moderator/Chair:||Guy Perry, School of History, University of Leeds|
|Paper 630-a||The Relations between Raymond VI Count of Toulouse and the Clergy during the Albigensian Crusade in Light of the Chronicles by Guillaume de Puylaurens|
Index terms: Crusades, Historiography - Medieval, Religious Life
|Paper 630-b||The Seignioral Nobility's Patronage in the Castile's Monasteries and Convents during the First Half of the 15th Century|
Index terms: Ecclesiastical History, Mentalities, Monasticism, Social History
Within the latter, were perpetual masses, anniversaries, and chaplencies. These relations ‘por siempre jamás’ guaranteed economical survival of the monastery by the deceased’s lended rents, who in exchange, pursued his salvation and the maintenance of his memory.