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Robert of Arbrissel

sex, sin, and salvation in the Middle Ages

by Jacques Dalarun

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Published by Catholic University of America Press in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • France
    • Subjects:
    • Robert, of Arbrissel, ca. 1045-1117,
    • Catholic Church -- France -- Clergy -- History,
    • Abbaye de Fontevrault -- History,
    • Monastic and religious life -- France -- History -- Middle Ages, 600-1500

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJacques Dalarun ; translated with an introduction and notes by Bruce L. Venarde ; with a new preface by the author.
      ContributionsVenarde, Bruce L., 1962-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsBX4705.R567 D35 2006
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3399949M
      ISBN 100813214394
      ISBN 109780813214399
      LC Control Number2005014045

      Jacques DALARUN, Robert of Arbrissel: Sex, Sin, and Salvation in the Middle Ages. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press, pp. $ pb. ISBN Reviewed by Georgie Ann WEATHERBY, Gonzaga University, Spokane, WA In Robert of Arbrissel: Sex, Sin, and Salvation in the Middle Ages, Dalarun starts with an update to this twenty year old piece. Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central. Full title: Robert of Arbrissel [electronic resource]: sex, sin, and salvation in the Middle Ages / Jacques Dalarun ; translated with an introduction and notes by Bruce L. Venarde ; with a new preface by the author.

      Contemporaries hailed the preacher and reformer Robert of Arbrissel (c ) as a thunderclap of holy eloquence that lit up the Church - or they castigated him as a sponsor of sexual license. Robert has remained a controversial figure ever since, seen as a missionary to all manner of Christians, a heretic, a feminist, a founder of the ideal. Robert of Arbrissel Itinerant preacher, founder of Fontevrault, b. c. at Arbrissel (now Arbressec) near Rhétiers, Brittany; d. at Orsan, probably Robert studied in Paris during the pontificate of Gregory VII, perhaps under Anselm of Laon and later displayed considerable theological knowledge.

      The multifaceted Robert of Arbrissel (ca. ) is best remembered as the founder of Fontevraud, a monastery of men and women under the direction of an abbess. A restless nonconformist, Robert was both famous and infamous in his own lifetime and has been a subject of debate ever since. This book is the first detailed scholarly study of the Order of Fontevraud's English monastic houses. During the twelfth and thirteenth centuries the Order was notably prestigious and autonomous, renowned both for the prayerfulness of its members and for their independent management of their affairs. The huge following of Robert Arbrissel.


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This book tells the fascinating story of Robert of Arbrissel (ca. Robert was a parish priest, longtime student, reformer, hermit, wandering preacher, and, most famously, founder of /5.

The translations are highly readable and the book is abundantly annotated with an introduction, thorough notes to each document, a map, and a chronology. Robert of Arbrissel: A Medieval Religious Life invites students and teachers of the Middle Ages and general readers to draw their own conclusions about this fascinating medieval holy by: 4.

This book tells the fascinating story of Robert of Arbrissel (ca. Robert was a parish priest, longtime student, reformer, hermit, wandering preacher, and, most famously, founder of the abbey of Fontevraud. There men and women joined together in a monastic life organized so that women ruled men and men served women, according to the Cited by: 4.

Itinerant preacher, founder of Fontevrault, b. at Arbrissel (now Arbressec) near Rhétiers, Brittany; d. at Orsan, probably Robert studied in Paris during the pontificate of Gregory VII, perhaps under Anselm of Laon and later displayed considerable theological date and place of his ordination are unknown.

In he was recalled to his native Diocese of Rennes by. The translations are highly readable and the book is abundantly annotated with an introduction, thorough notes to each document, a map, and a chronology.

Robert of Arbrissel: A Medieval Religious Life invites students and teachers of the Middle Ages and general readers to draw their own conclusions about this fascinating medieval holy man.

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Gathering the major medieval sources for the first time in any modern language, this book traces Robert of Arbrissel's multifaceted life from humble origins to dramatic death and burial. Two short biographies, Robert's one surviving letter, an account of Robert's preaching in a brothel, and two highly critical letters addressed to Robert.

Robert of Arbrissel (c) had humble origins, but went on to become an important reformer, hermit, preacher, rebel and, in some eyes, heretic. This collection of contemporary and slightly later written sources on Robert of Arbrissel, translated from Latin into English, provides an Price: $ Robert of Arbrissel: a medieval religious life / Contemporaries hailed the preacher and reformer Robert of Arbrissel (ca.

) as a thunderclap of holy eloquence that lit up the Church-or they castigated him as a sponsor of sexual license.

Book Description: This book tells the fascinating story of Robert of Arbrissel (ca. Robert was a parish priest, longtime student, reformer, hermit, wandering preacher, and, most famously, founder of the abbey of Fontevraud.

journal of Medieval _ History ELSEVIER Journal of Medieval History 20 () Robert d'Arbrissel: Aristocratic patronage and the question of heresy W. Scott Jessee Department of History, Appalachian State University, Boone, NCUSA Abstract Robert d'Arbrissel, first of the wandering preachers of the late eleventh century in northwestern France, often skirted the edges of heresy.

Robert of Arbrissel, itinerant preacher, founder of Fontevrault, B. at Arbrissel (now Arbressec) near Rhetiers, Brittany; d. at Orsan, probably Robert studied in Paris during the pontificate of Gregory VII, perhaps under Anselm of Laon and later displayed considerable theological knowledge.

Entry for 'Robert of Arbrissel' - The Catholic Encyclopedia - One of 8 Bible encyclopedias freely available, this encyclopedia is one of the most comprehensive resource on. This chapter discusses the life of Robert of Arbrissel. He was an itinerant preacher, and founder of the abbey of Fontevraud.

He was born at Arbrissel and died at Orsan. The discussion examines the context in which Robert lived and worked and the various constructs. Inhabitants of Arbrissel are called Arbrisselois in French.

Personalities [ edit ] Robert of Arbrissel, the founder of the Abbey of Fontevrault, was born in Arbrissel. 47 Rue Robert d'Arbrissel, Fontevraud-l'Abbaye, France – Show map After booking, all of the property’s details, including telephone and address, are provided in.

Figures: ROBERT D’ARBRISSEL / LE FONDATEUR EXCENTRIQUE L’Abbaye Royale de Fontevraud, un lieu qui fut longtemps synonyme de silence, d’ascétisme Un lieu a priori peu propice au développement des individualités. Et pourtant, de véritables personnalités y ont marqué son histoire, à commencer par son fondateur, Robert d’Arbrissel.

Robert of Arbrissel. From the Catholic Encyclopedia. Itinerant preacher, founder of Fontevrault, b. c. at Arbrissel (now Arbressec) near Rhétiers, Brittany; d. at Orsan, probably Robert studied in Paris during the pontificate of Gregory VII, perhaps under Anselm of Laon and later displayed considerable theological knowledge.B.

Robert of Arbrissel, Priest [So called from the place of his birth.] H E was archpriest and grand vicar of the diocess of Rennes, and chancellor to the duke of Brittany; but divested himself of these employments, and led a most austere eremitical life in the forest of Craon, in Anjou.

Itinerant preacher, founder of Fontevrault, b. c. at Arbrissel (now Arbressec) near Rhétiers, Brittany; d. at Orsan, probably Robert studied in Paris during the pontificate of Gregory VII, perhaps under Anselm of Laon and later displayed considerable theological knowledge.

The date and place of his ordination are unknown.