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HIS 4b Lecture 11 Reformation and the State

HIS 4b Lecture 11 Reformation and the State - 2-7...

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2-7 Reformation and the State • Church vs. Secular Ruler in Middle Ages • Church v. Pope v. King • who has power over the appointments? • church has lands and material wealth • who has power over land? • who has power over the taxes they collect • church courts v. secular courts • Powers acquired by rulers in Catholic Countries • Spain • 4 Kingdoms • Granada • muslim • go on a crusade against non-christians • gain land in the name of the church • given the power to appoint the bishops of Latin America, and Spain • eventually over all the realms it rules • Aragon • Nev • Castille • has the appointment of bishops (who appoint priest) • reform church before the reformation b/c crown was interested • considerable part of wealth by church held by 3 crusading orders • Knights of Templar orders • power to appoint laypeople to administer their lands • church collects tithes • in theory, 1/10 of the produce of the land • Ferdinand and Isabella • 1/3 of this income goes to the ground • part of ______ goes to crown • Spain’s golden age • Crown uses Church to unite Spain as a country by making it an identity
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• Spanish Inquisition
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