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Definition of Albigenses

Albigenses
Albigenses Al`bi*gen"ses, Albigeois Al`bi`geois", n. pl. [From Albi and Albigeois, a town and its district in the south of France, in which the sect abounded.] (Eccl. Hist.) A sect of reformers opposed to the church of Rome in the 12th centuries. Note: The Albigenses were a branch of the Catharists (the pure). They were exterminated by crusades and the Inquisition. They were distinct from the Waldenses.

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- May 2016. Retrieved 19 February 2019. Alphandéry, Paul Daniel (1911). "Albigenses" . In Chisholm, Hugh (ed.). Encyclopædia Britannica. 1 (11th ed.). Cambridge...
- church councils, the last of which, held at Tours, declared that all Albigenses should be put into prison and have their property confiscated. The Third...
- debate for centuries. Triclavianism was one of the beliefs attributed to Albigenses and Waldensians, who held that three nails were used to crucify Christ...
- Nicholas Weber in the Catholic Encyclopedia article Albigenses (1907) notes that the enemies of the Albigenses, a Christian sect in 12th- and 13th-century France...
- Cathar communities (Albigenses were a branch of Cathari in what was to later become southern France. Most people use the term Albigenses when referring to...
- created beings. The Council's decree Firmiter credimus (issued against the Albigenses) declared both that angels were created and that men were created after...
- the Bulgarian Orthodox Church reform movement. The Cathars (Cathari, Albigenses or Albigensians) were also accused by their enemies of the traits of Gnosticism;...
- placed in a monastery which had already come under the influence of the Albigenses, where he was educated and made the acquaintance of the four other brothers...
- doctrine new to the reformers, but was taught by earlier groups, such as the Albigenses in 1147. Though most of the Radical Reformers were Anabaptist, some did...
- from Languedoc, and placed in a monastery under the influence of the Albigenses, where he was educated and met the four Brothers later to be ****ociated...
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