2 edition of Nicholas Breakspear found in the catalog.
Alfred Henry Tarleton
|LC Classifications||BX1225 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
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Simon Webb's book is a straightforward and impartial biography of this twelfth-century pontiff, who started life as plain Nicholas Breakspear of Abbot's Langley near St Albans. 'There has been an awful lot of research done behind the Pope Adrian IV was not the greatest of most saintly of popes, but he was the only English pope so far, and he lived in very interesting times.4/5.
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This work has been selected by scholars as being cultural 4/5(1). Nicholas Brakespear ( - death pending approval) is an English writer of science fiction, whose work you have almost certainly never Nicholas Breakspear book Home My Books/5. Nicholas Breakspear (Hadrian IV), A.D. the Only English Pope CHAPTER Ireland Italy John king language Latin learning least legates letter Lives London Lord Manuel marched matter Middle Ages never Nicholas Normans Otto Papacy papal Paris peace period Peter Pope Pope's presents quoted Rahewin received regard remained Roman.
Nicholas’s visit to Norway is regarded as a major event in that country’s medieval history. Domesday book. Nicholas Breakspear born in Bedmond, near Abbots Langley. Breakspear was the son of a priest, an unusual but not bizarre parentage in the days of an unmarried clergy. His father had joined the priesthood as soon as he had been widowed.
Nicholas applied to join his father’s monastery but was turned down on the grounds of insufficient learning. This man was Nicholas Breakspear, the only Englishman ever to become pope. After his rejection from St. Albans, he made his way to France, joining a monastery there and beginning his remarkable career in the clergy.
Soon made Abbot, he regularly battled the monks under his command as he tried to enforce his strict discipline. Pope Adrian IV was not the greatest or most saintly of popes, but he was the only English pope so far, and he lived in very interesting times.
Simon Webb's book is a straightforward and impartial biography of this twelfth-century pontiff, who started life as plain Nicholas Breakspear of Abbot's.
An English Pope - Nicholas Breakspear chosen as pontiff On 4 Decembera new pope was elected, following the death of pope Anastasius IV.
The choice fell on Nicholas Breakspear, so far he has been the only pope from Britain. He assumed the name Adrian IV. Breakspear was probably born in Abbots Langley near. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
This book is an impartial and straightforward biography of the 12th century pontiff, known as Pope Hadrian (or Adrian) IV. The only English pope so far, Hadrian (who began life as plain Nicholas Breakspear) certainly lived in interesting times.
Breakspear’s exact birth date is unknown, but it is thought to have been around Origins. According to the older historiography Boso was an Englishman from St Albans and nephew of Nicholas Breakspear, future Pope Adrian IV, on his mother's ostensibly joined the Order of Benedictines at St Albans Abbey in the young age, and then entered the Roman Curia when his uncle Nicholas became cardinal.
Shortly after his election to the papacy he was promoted to the. Queries about the management of Nicholas Breakspear Catholic School and the progress of any individual child should be directed in the first instance to the school through the normal process as set out in the Pupil Communication Book.
Simon Webb's book is a straightforward and impartial biography of this twelfth-century pontiff, who started life as plain Nicholas Breakspear of Abbot's Langley near St Albans.
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Both the area between Ickenham and Harefield, and the Hertfordshire village of Abbotts Langley lay claim to having been the place of Nicholas' birth in the early eleven hundreds.