Italian Confraternities in the Sixteenth Century

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Italian Confraternities in the Sixteenth Century

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 336 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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Full Description

Confraternities were - and are - religious brotherhoods for lay people to promote their religious life in common. Though designed to prepare for the afterlife, they were fully involved in the social, political and cultural life of the community and could affect all men and women, as members or as the recipients of charity. Confraternities organised a great range of devotional, cultural and indeed artistic activities in addition to other functions such as the provision of dowries and the escort of condemned men to the scaffold. Other works have studied the local activities of specific confraternities, but this is the first to attempt a broad survey of such organisations across the breadth of early modern Italy. Christopher Black demonstrates clearly the extent, diversity and influence of confraternal behaviour, and shows how such brotherhoods adapted to the religious and social crises of the sixteenth century - thus illuminating current debates about Catholic Reform, the Counter-Reformation, poverty, philanthropy and social control.

Table of Contents

List of illustrations
Preface and acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
Map of Italy
1. Setting the scene
2. Confraternities: what, where, for whom?
3. Control and sponsorship
4. Internal organisation and religious life
5. External religious devotions
6. Confraternities and finances
7. Attitudes to poverty
8. Poverty: needs and general responses
9. Confraternity philanthrophy: 1. Hungary,
thirsty, a stranger, naked, and ill
10. Confraternity philanthrophy: 2. The
imprisoned, ignorant and dead
11. Confraternity buildings and their decoration
12. Conclusions and suggestions
Appendices
Bibliography
Index.