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1184 zu Ketzern erklärt

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1184 declared heretics
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„Die Ursprünge der Waldenser gehen auf Petrus Waldus im 12. Jahrhundert zurück“, erklärte zum Vortragsbeginn Carola Lautenschläger, die in ...
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"The origins of the Waldensians go back to Petrus Waldus in the 12th century", said Carola Lautenschläger, at the beginning of the lecture the in...
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Von Alexander IserHEIMATPFLEGE Beim Babbelabend sind die Waldenser ThemaKLEIN-GERAU - Die Geschichte der Waldenser war am Sonntagnachmittag Thema der Klein-Gerauer Heimatpflege. Vorsitzender Gerd Reinheimer wies darauf hin, dass es mit den Namen Guyot und Cezanne auch im Vereinsvorstand zwei Nachnamen gibt, die waldensischen Ursprungs sind. „Die Ursprünge der Waldenser gehen auf Petrus Waldus im 12. Jahrhundert zurück“, erklärte zum Vortragsbeginn Carola Lautenschläger, die in Waldensertracht gekleidet war. Sie stammt aus der Waldensergemeinde Rohrbach-Wembach-Hahn, die heute zu Ober-Ramstadt gehört. Waldus war ein reicher Kaufmann aus Lyon, der nach einem einschneidenden Lebensereignis Interesse am unverfälschten Wort der Bibel gewann, ...
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By Alexander IserHEIMATPFLEGE at the babbel evening are the Waldensians ThemaKLEIN-GERAU - the history of the Waldensians was home care on Sunday afternoon theme of small Gamr. Chairman Gerd Reinheimer pointed out that there are two surnames with the name Guyot and Cezanne in the Board of Directors, the Waldensian origin. "The origins of the Waldensians go back to Petrus Waldus in the 12th century", said Carola Lautenschläger, who was dressed in costume of the Waldensians to the beginning of the lecture. It comes from the Waldensian community in Rohrbach-Wembach-Hahn, which today belongs to Ober-Ramstadt. Forest was a rich merchant from Lyon, who won after a major life event at the pure Word of the Bible, interest...
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Le château s'anime pendant les vacances

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The Castle comes alive during the holidays
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Pendant une journée, après avoir découvert les sonorités des instruments de la fin du Moyen Age, les visiteurs peuvent s'initier à quelques pas de ...
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For a day, after discovering the sounds of the instruments at the end of the middle ages, visitors can learn a few steps from...
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Devenir orfèvre. Au Moyen Age, les bijoux, tant pour les dames que les seigneurs montraient la richesse et le prestige de celui qui les portait.Dans un atelier inédit, avec maître Étienne, les enfants s'exercent au repoussé sur métal, colorient un bijou, découvrent le sertissage d'un cabochon et auront la joie de repartir avec leur production.Sans réservation. Dès 8 ans. Du 24 au 30 octobre, de 10 h à 13 h et de 14 h à 17 h (durée : trente minutes). Initiation à la danse médiévale. Pendant une journée, après avoir découvert les sonorités des instruments de la fin du Moyen Age, les visiteurs peuvent s'initier à quelques pas de danse médiévale.Sans supplément, dans la limite des places disponibles. Dimanche 23 octobre à 11 h 30, 12 h 30, 1...
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Become a goldsmith. In the middle ages, jewelry, both for the ladies than the Lords showed the wealth and prestige of those who wore them. In a new workshop with master Étienne, children practice the regrowth on metal, coloring a jewel, discover the crimping of a cabochon and will have the joy to leave with their production. Without a reservation. From 8 years old. From 24 to 30 October, 10: 00 to 13: 00 and 14: 00 to 17: 00 (duration: 30 minutes). Introduction to medieval dance. For a day, after discovering the sounds of the instruments at the end of the middle ages, visitors can learn about medieval dance. Free of charge, within the limit of available places. Sunday 23 October at 11:30, 12: 30, 1...
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We Asked War Reenactors Why

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In France, I've been involved with Viking reconstructions of the 10th century—and off the back of that I had the opportunity to come here and try out the ...
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"Today I'm a poor Saxon warrior with leather clothing and a leather helmet. I've been involved in reenactments for four years now. The scale of this is amazing, especially to have horses involved—the ground starts to shake when they're all running near you." Arno, 31, environmental engineer from France. Saxon "I’m new at this, you see? We did choose a name; I think it was Torvin. I do it because I like the outside—I don't like living in a concrete building, so this is ideal for me. This is home." Carol, 59, sales assistant from Swindon. Saxon "Today I’m a middle-class lady helping with the cooking. I made pancakes for everyone for breakfast this morning. I originally joined because I enjoy sword fighting, but I'm not doing any of that on...
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Gold and silver treasures unearthed after centuries beneath our feet

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A 14th Century silver seal bearing the name of what appears to be a member of the aristocracy from Stinchcombe, is said to have been found in the ...
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Treasure which lay undiscovered in Gloucestershire for up to around 700 years until metal detectorists unearth it will be scrutinised by the coroner this week.A 14th Century silver seal bearing the name of what appears to be a member of the aristocracy from Stinchcombe, is said to have been found in the Newent area.It was found by John Feenan at an undisclosed location on October 20 last year, and a post-Medieval posy finger ring dating from 1656 to 1707 was discovered by Kenneth Prior at another undisclosed county location on March 3, 2015.Read: Lasting contributions of two great sons of Stroud to be commemorated Both are subject to treasure inquests on Wednesday October 19.The British Museum report in to the seal reveals it bears an in...
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History Weekend celebrates its debut at Winchester

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More than 20 speakers will be giving talks in the stunning surroundings of the 14th-century Hospitium and at one of the city's premier history attractions ...
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Hordes of history enthusiasts joined BBC History Magazine in Winchester last weekend, as our popular history festival made its exciting debut in the historic market town… Monday 17th October 2016 Submitted by: Ellie Cawthorne BBC History Magazine - 5 issues for £5 Winchester's Great Hall. (Jeni Nott) Featuring lectures, free talks, tours, a debate and a quiz, the three-day festival brought together more than 20 of the UK’s leading popular historians who spoke in front of eager audiences.    “We had a fantastic few days in Winchester, with an array of amazing speakers, talking in tremendous lecture venues,” said Dave Musgrove, director of BBC History Magazine’s History Weekends. “As ever with these events though, it’s the audience that ma...
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Recently rescued national treasure to go on public display

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The 15th century painting has been acquired by the Bowes Museum with help from private donors, Art Fund and Heritage Lottery Fund.
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An Old Master painting recently saved for the nation by the Bowes Museum is set to be showcased at a new exhibition held in the painting’s new home. The work is attributed to the workshop of Dieric Bouts the Elder and was acquired in July of this year with support from Art Fund, Heritage Lottery Fund and private donations for a total of £2.29m. It was one of two paintings export barred in 2015 following a sale from the Penrhyn Castle collection last year. The exhibition, Image and Substance: St Luke Drawing the Virgin and Child, focuses on the iconographic and historical significance of the painting.   “This outstanding painting is not only a significant 15th century Netherlandish devotional and art historical subject, it also reveals im...
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Bernard de Clairvaux : méditer pour découvrir la vérité

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Bernard of Clairvaux: meditate to discover the truth
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Rigoureux et énergique, ce moine fut l'un des champions de la réforme cistercienne du XIIe siècle, mais aussi l'un des hommes politiques les plus ...
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Rigorous and energetic, this monk was one of the champions of the Cistercian reform of the 12th century, but also one of the men political...
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Ce n'est pas un hasard si saint Bernard (1090-1153), abbé de Clairvaux en Bourgogne, eut une influence profonde sur des êtres aussi différents que le mystique Eckhart (v1260-v1328) ou Martin Luther (1483-1546), l'initiateur de la Réforme. Rigoureux et énergique, ce moine fut l'un des champions de la réforme cistercienne du XIIe siècle, mais aussi l'un des hommes politiques les plus influents de son époque, conseillant papes et princes et appelant à la croisade. Il eut un impact déterminant sur l'histoire de la mystique, notamment par ses célèbres Sermons sur le Cantique des Cantiques, mais... Article réservé aux abonnés
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It is no coincidence if St. Bernard (1090-1153), Abbot of Clairvaux in Burgundy, had a profound influence on human beings as different as the Mystic Eckhart (v1260-v1328) and Martin Luther (1483-1546), the initiator of the reform. Rigorous and energetic, this monk was one of the champions of the 12th century Cistercian reform, but also one of the more influential politicians of his time, advising Popes and princes and calling for the crusade. He had a decisive impact on the history of mysticism, especially by his famous Sermons on the song of songs, but... Article available to subscribers
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How Medieval Embroidery Works

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Both men and women practiced the craft in the Middle Ages. See authentic examples of medieval embroidery in Opus Anglicanum: Masterpieces of ...
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Contemporary embroiderer Rosie Taylor-Davies recreating a piece of medieval embroidery (VIDEO). Recreating a Middle Ages craft. Medieval embroidery is incredibly detailed. In this video from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, we watch first-hand as contemporary embroiderer Rosie Taylor-Davies recreates the amazing Middle Ages craft. First, she transfers the design from paper to cloth using charcoal—a technique called pouncing. Eventually, she adds gold thread by weaving it in with the regular thread. It's incredibly satisfying to watch her perfectly guide the thread in an out of the tiny holes in the cloth, and especially mesmerizing when she outlines the figure in black thread. Both men and women practiced the craft in the Middle...
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Flowering of the Middle Ages: WEA day school

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From farmer to cathedral builder, life in the middle ages will be under the microscope at a Day School arranged by the Pickering branch of the WEA.
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From farmer to cathedral builder, life in the middle ages will be under the microscope at a Day School arranged by the Pickering branch of the WEA. Tutor Dr Robert Wright describes the day: The course is called The Flowering of the Middle Ages, and in it we will explore the development of Europe’s economic life and technologicl capabilities during the medieval period.” Pickering Memorial Hall, Saturday October 29, from 10.00 am to 4.00 pm, cost 拢25. Enquiries to David Clark, at 01751 476118 or email jdsclark@btinternet.com.  Please note that David is a volunteer, so may not always be available. Related posts: Wine wool and spices Autumn courses with the WEA Japan meets the West: WEA day school WEA Day Schools on batik and railways
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Translating the Greeks into Arabic by Defending the 'Love of Wisdom'

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During the Middle Ages, theology was a paradigmatic discipline that was extremely important for the Arabic philosophers. It was during this time that ...
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Late last month, Ali Benmakhlouf came to New York University to discuss “Reading Arabic Medieval Philosophy: a Contemporary Perspective”: By Danny Dubbaneh Photo by Danny Dubbaneh. Ali Benmakhlouf is specialist in medieval Islamic philosophy, political theory, and Frege. He is editor of the Arabic edition of The Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon, and, most recently, author of Pourquoi lire les philosophes Arabes (Albin Michel, 2015). In this lecture, Benmakhlouf hints at the many issues he has discovered in the study of contemporary logic — particularly the way Al Kindi, Al Farabi, and Averroes disclosed many theological problems by linguistic and logical means. They were the philosophers responsible for translating ...
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