The Franciscans in Ireland 1400-1534 From Reform to Reformation

By: O Clabaigh, Colman N

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208 pp. Appendices, index, bibliography. Pale green and white glossy dust jacket with Monk's face has remains of library sticker to front DJ, library spine label. Book itself has tape marks on green cloth covers where the DJ was apparently taped on, normal library marks inside, otherwise clean and nice. Hard to find. The Franciscan Order was one of the most remarkable and influential forces in medieval and early modern Irish society. While the earlier and later phases of the movement have attracted the historian's notice, the remarkable second flowering which occurred between 1400 and 1534, has not been explained until now....A major feature of this work is the emphasis placed on the lifestyle of the friars themselves. Particular attention is paid to their religious, liturgical and disciplinary practices, their educational and governmental structures and their impact as demonstrated by the material listed in the Youghal Friary between 1490 and 1523. The first complete edition of this important and unique document is given as an appendix. ; Maynooth History Studies; Ex-Library; 9.30 X 6.20 X 1 inches; 208 pages

Title: The Franciscans in Ireland 1400-1534 From Reform to Reformation

Author Name: O Clabaigh, Colman N

Categories: Religion - Protestanism, History: Early Modern,

Publisher: Dublin, Four Courts Press: 2002

ISBN Number: 1851825487

ISBN Number 13: 9781851825486

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good in Good dust jacket

Seller ID: 7171

Keywords: Ireland Franciscan Friars Early Modern Europe,