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Charles West

the throne of judgement scattereth away all evil with his eyes’ [Proverbs 20:8], and again, ‘The king that faithfully judgeth the poor, his throne shall be established for ever’ [Proverbs 29:14]. Concerning indeed priestly agreement and discrimination, it is said to the Lord

in The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga
I.S. Robinson

This chapter contains the text of Annals of Lampert, translated and annotated by I.S. Robinson.

in The Annals of Lampert of Hersfeld
Michael Staunton

you can turn, a man of such authority abandoned by friends, high and low.’ ‘I commit my care to the Lord’, said the archbishop. ‘Entry to either kingdom is closed to us, nor does any hope of consolation advise us to hurry back to the Roman mercenaries, who steal the spoils of the poor without discrimination. But there is another way for us to proceed, for I have heard that men are more generous

in The lives of Thomas Becket
Trevor Dean

leadership came from within the popolo , this could be instigated by noble families (as at Piacenza: [65] ). In response to popular challenge, knights formed their own societies, and used their power bases in the countryside to disrupt the city’s markets, food supplies and sources of water. In Asti they too adopted the slogan of equality and demanded equal treatment, not discrimination. 16 And nobles with

in The towns of Italy in the later Middle Ages
I. S. Robinson

his conduct was the fact that, although he was now more than fifty years old, he was so zealous that he learned to read the Holy Scriptures in Greek. Since his heart overflowed with piety and mercy to an incredible degree, an innumerable crowd of poor people incessantly came to benefit from his generosity and he provided for their needs without any discrimination. While he was devoting himself to

in The Papal Reform of the Eleventh Century