Contents: Introduction; Part 1: Judicial Institutions: (I) The Inquisition; (II) The Crisis of the Inquisition; (III) The Episcopacy; (IV) The Royal Tribunals; (V) Municipal Justice. Part 2: Criminal Procedure: (VI) Preliminaries of the Trial; (VII) The Interrogation a Confrontation; (VIII) Defense a Torture; (IX) Appeals; (X) Punishment. Part 3: The Law a Its Application: (XI) Heresy Statutes; (XII) The Geography of the Accused; (XIII) Social a Occupational Status of the Accused. Conclusion; Appendices; Glossary of Terms; a Bibliography.Coupled to this was the sixteenth -century shift of primary responsibility for prosecution of heresy from ecclesiastical to ... The indefatigable Pegna also edited another manual, De Catholicis lnstitutionibus authored by the Spanish Bishop ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Heresy Proceedings in Languedoc, 1500-1560|
|Publisher||:||American Philosophical Society - 2007-12-01|