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The divorce of Lothar II

Christian marriage and political power in the Carolingian world

by Karl Josef Heidecker

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Published by Cornell University Press in Ithaca .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lothair -- II, -- King of Lorraine, -- ca. 825-869,
  • Divorce (Canon law),
  • Marriage (Canon law),
  • Divorce -- France -- Lorraine -- History,
  • Lorraine (France) -- Kings and rulers -- Biography,
  • France -- History -- To 987,
  • Lorraine (France) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesDivorce of Lothar the Second
    StatementKarl Heidecker ; translated from the Dutch by Tanis M. Guest.
    GenreBiography
    SeriesConjunctions of religion and power in the medieval past, Conjunctions of religion & power in the medieval past
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDC655.2 .H4513 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24115726M
    ISBN 109780801439292
    LC Control Number2009025600
    OCLC/WorldCa417444609

      Chalcedon in Context: Church Councils – – Edited by Richard Price and Mary Whitby; The Acts of the Council of Constantinople of with Related Texts on the Three Chapters Controversy – Translated with an introduction and notes by Richard Price. The marital problems of the Carolingian Lothar II, of English kings - John, Henry III, and Henry VIII - and other monarchs, especially Spanish and French, up to Henri IV of France and La Reine Margot, have their place in this exploration of how canon law came to constrain pragmatic political manoeuvring within a system increasingly rationalised Author: David d'Avray.

    Book Description: When a Spanish monk struggled to find the right words to convey his unjust expulsion from a monastery in a desperate petition to a sixth-century king, he likened himself to an aborted fetus. 7 Interior Wound: The Rumour of Abortion in the Divorce of Lothar II and Theutberga. 7 Interior Wound: The Rumour of Abortion in the.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Author of Kerk, huwelijk en politieke macht, The divorce of Lothar II, The divorce of Lothar II, Charters and the use of the written word in medieval society, The divorce of Lothar II.

    [22] King Lothar II indeed visited Louis while he was at Attigny, and made an agreement with him, the details of which have not survived – see the Annals of St-Bertin, tr. Nelson, p. [23] Cf. Hincmar’s calls for a general synod of the Frankish church in De Divortio, Response 3 and Appendix Responsio 1, tr. Stone and West, p. Lothar II ceded lands to Louis II in for support of a divorce from his wife, which caused repeated conflicts with the Pope and his uncles. He was stripped of his inheritance, his wife's dowry, and his priesthood, but he refused to divorce Cornelia and was forced to go into hiding.


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It is translated into English and is. Lothar's attempts to divorce the latter and marry the former (and legitimize his children in the process) spanned fourteen years, from towhen his death closed the matter.

Since Lothar was a king, his marital woes demonstrated the modern axiom that the personal is political, so his attempts to obtain a divorce involved the German Author: Joyce Salisbury. Christian marriage is now considered monogamous and indissoluble, but it was not always so.

In this book Karl Heidecker argues convincingly that it was only with the highly publicized divorce of King Lothar II (–69) that a clear standard for Christian marriage became established in.

The Divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga, published by Manchester University Press, is available online for just £10 as part of the MUP sale, and at all good bookshops for £ Hincmar of Rheims King Lothar II.

Get this from a library. The divorce of Lothar II: Christian marriage and political power in the Carolingian world. [Karl Heidecker] -- "The Divorce of Lothar II illuminates the origin and development of Western notions of marriage and divorce and the separation of church.

This is a superb book that consists of a comprehensive analysis of the divorce of Lothar II. The author presents the issue with very specific details, but never bores the reader. The genealogies included help one navigate the many different people involved.

This is not only a study of one divorce, but is an excellent history of the Carolingian age.5/5. The De divortio Lotharii regis et Theutbergae reginae ("On the divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga") is an extended mid ninth-century treatise written by Hincmar, Archbishop of Reims (d.

), which survives in a single manuscript, Paris BnF. lat. It explores the issues arising from the attempt by Lothar II, king of Lotharingia (–), to rid himself of his wife Teutberga. This is a superb book that consists of a comprehensive analysis of the divorce of Lothar II.

The author presents the issue with very specific details, but never bores the reader. The genealogies included help one navigate the many different people involved. This is not only a study of one divorce, but is an excellent history of the Carolingian age.5/5(2).

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Books to : Get this from a library. The divorce of King Lothar and Queen Theutberga. Hincmar of Rheims's De Divortio. [Rachel Stone;] -- In the mid-ninth century, Francia was rocked by the first royal divorce scandal of the Middle Ages: the attempt by King Lothar II of Lotharingia to rid.

Lothar II was a Frankish 1 king, the great-grandson of was born in about AD and he and his two brothers inherited his father's, Lothar I's, kingdom in Following Frankish customs, the land was divided between the three sons, with Lothar II receiving the central portion, the heartlands of Frankish power, called Lotharingia.

Book Reviews The Divorce of Lothar II: Christian Marriage and Political Power in the Carolingian World. By Karl Heidecker. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. £ (hardback). The Carolingian king, Lothar II, had a marital problem: he had children in a long-term relationship with Waldrada and he was married to Theutberga.

Lothar’s attempts to divorce the latter and marry. The Divorce of Lothar II: Christian Marriage and Political Power in the Carolingian World. By Karl Heidecker. Translated from the Dutch byTanis M. Guest. (Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press. xii, $ ISBN ) Christian marriage is now considered monogamous and indissoluble, but it was not always so.

The divorce case of Lothar II was a key political issue in the Carolingian world in the s and s. Four kings, two popes and a host of bishops and secular aristocrats were caught up in its ramifications.(4) The details of the case were lurid, even sensational: the queen was accused of having committed incest with her brother, Hubert; this.

The book is a translation of the most significant source for the attempted divorce, In those supporting Lothar II's divorce were still able to discomfort Hincmar by drawing parallels between the trials of Ebbo and Theutberga; the matter was only finally settled in The book offers eye-opening insight not only on the political.

Lothar II of Lorraine. The question of the divorce of Lothair II, king of Lorraine (r. –), who had repudiated his wife Theutberga to marry his concubine Waldrada, engaged Hincmar's literary activities in another ocese: Reims. UNDER THE ANGEL’S GAZE: THE DIVORCE OF KING LOTHAR AND QUEEN THEUTBERGA.

Tuesday, 28 Jun Post by Charles West and Rachel Stone. Today sees the publication of a book that we’ve been working on for almost a decade, The Divorce of King Lothar and Queen ’s an annotated translation of a long ninth-century Latin treatise written by.

peasant women.1 For it was in these years that a Frankish king, Lothar II, made increasingly desperate efforts to divorce his wife, Queen Theutberga, and to marry instead a woman named Waldrada.

Despite attempting every strategy at his disposal, including trial by ordeal, orchestrated public ceremony and formal written confession, Lothar II.

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When Lothar II sought to divorce his wife, Hincmar forbade it and wrote De divortio Lotharii et Teutbergae (On the Divorce of Lothar and Teutberga) strongly affirming the Christian position against divorce.

Later Rothad, bishop of Soissons, deprived a priest of his powers. In the mid-ninth century, Francia was rocked by the first royal divorce scandal of the Middle Ages: the attempt by King Lothar II of Lotharingia to rid himself of his queen, Theutberga and remarry.

Even 'women in their weaving sheds' were allegedly gossiping about the lurid accusations Pages: In the mid-ninth century, Francia was rocked by the first royal divorce scandal of the Middle Ages: the attempt by King Lothar II of Lotharingia to rid himself of his queen, Theutberga and remarry.

Even 'women in their weaving sheds' were allegedly gossiping about the lurid accusations made.