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. paréage (French). An equal division of jurisdictional rights between two parties. Parlement (French). Royal court of justice. positio -onis (Latin). Response to disputed facts in a libellus (see articu- lus), intended to draw the judge’s attention to the strength of evidence for their side or the weakness in the other side’s case. procurator -oris (Latin). One appointed or delegated authority to man- age business or legal action for another. redditio -onis (Latin). the giving back or restoring of something, as in an oath of reddition, in which the receiving party swore

Springer Klimczak, N. (2016). The Black Masses of la Voisin: How a fortune teller became a murderess in the French Royal Court. Retrieved November 5, 2016, from http://www.ancient-origins.net/history-famous-people/black-masses-la-voisin-how-fortune-teller-became-murderess-french-royal-court-021057 Klimczak N. 2016 The Black Masses of la Voisin: How a fortune teller became a murderess in the French Royal Court Retrieved November 5 2016 http://www.ancient-origins.net/history-famous-people/black-masses-la-voisin-how-fortune-teller-became-murderess-french-royal-court-021057

, the relation of German courts to influen- tial French models, the observance of feast days and pilgrimages at court, etc. The volume goes a long way to demonstrate the importance of religious personnel, observance, and ritual at court, especially in Germany. Contributions focus on: the mirrors of princes (Wer- ner Rösener, Gisela Naegle); imperial and princely courts in the Empire (Joachim Scheider, Götz- Rüdiger Tewes); the chapel of the French royal court (Johannes Tripps); relic collections at the Bavarian courts (Carola Fey);the role of feastdays (Jan

originated in this way. The word, incidentally, was used initially by the French royal courts during the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. King Louis XIV drew up a daily list of events, giving time, place, and proper dress. It was posted in his palace at Versailles as an etiquette , French for “ticket,” to assist the nobles in what to do. In time, upper classes throughout the Western world adopted the code. Cuisine is a style of cooking that defines food preparation and consumption in a specific region or country. It informs us not only as to what certain people

, Nicolau, 14, 73 – 74, 80, 81 – 94, 111, 138, 146 Ferrer, Vincent, 191 fevers, 135, 168, 172 – 73 Fourth Lateran Council, 228 France, 76 – 77, 80, 110, 160. See also French royal court Francis of Assisi, 174 free will, 44, 59, 67, 85, 89 – 90, 101, 109, 122, 125, 163, 165 French Revolution, 238 – 39, 248 French royal court, 8, 14, 75, 77, 94, 95 – 96, 111, 115 – 17 Froissart, Jean, 117 Gassner, Johann Joseph, 238 Gaul, 45 – 46, 52 Geiler, Johann, of Kaisersberg, 191 gems, 77, 92, 164, 166 Germany and central Europe: concern over

Religion und Kirche 44 d’Espence drew attention to the points of Catholic-Reformed compatibility in Calvin’s treatment of the sacraments. Examples of their intellectual and reformist mediation could be multiplied. – To be a mediator, d’Espence once pointed out, was merely to imitate the one divine mediator of the Christian faith. The heresy accusations remind us how their’s was often a frustrating position. D’Espence illustrates this well. When in the religious dia- logue at the French royal court at Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1561 he gently rejected the

. Examples of their intellectual and reformist mediation could be multiplied. – To be a mediator, d’Espence once pointed out, was merely to imitate the one divine mediator of the Christian faith. The heresy accusations remind us how their’s was often a frustrating position. D’Espence illustrates this well. When in the religious dia- logue at the French royal court at Saint-Germain-en-Laye in 1561 he gently rejected the validity of Protestant ordination, because it lacked the laying-on of a bishop’s hands, he tried to strike a conciliatory note. This raised the Jesuit