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Flagellation & the flagellants

James Glass Bertram

Flagellation & the flagellants

A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present time

by James Glass Bertram

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Published by William Reeves in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Flagellation,
  • Flagellants

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Rev. Wm. M. Cooper [pseud.].
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Paginationxi, 544 p., 21 leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages544
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25595143M


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The author deals in great detail with whipping in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome, the favorite parts of the body for whipping, flagellation and discipline in monasteries and convents, whipping in prisons, the rod in Russia, flagellation in America, whipping in Europe and the Far East, the flogging of slaves, military flogging, school punishments, and the birch in the boudoir, all 5/5(1).

History of flagellation among different nations. A narrative of the strange customs and cruelties of the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians, etc. with an account of its practice among the early Christians as a religious stimulant and corrector of morals.

Also anecdotes of remarkable eases of flogging, and of celebrated flagellants () (Reprint). In Polite moved to Paris where her first book The Flagellants was published in French inand was subsequently published in English in The book received critical acclaim, with Mel Watkins in The New York Times Book Review stating it was a complex, scathing and often brilliant depiction of the disintegration of a black couples Carlene Hatcher Polite was an /5.

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The line between pain and pleasure is as thin as the tail of a whip, and this classic work is the definitive history of flagellation through the ages. As it shows, flagellation is much more than a punishment -it is also intimately tied to discipline and eroticism, has a romantic and even comic side, and has also been used for medical purposes.

Flagellation & the Flagellants. A History of the Rod. In All Countries from the Earliest Period to the Present Time With Numerous Illustrations.

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A History of the Rod: Flagellation & the Flagellants in All Countries from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. First published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & /5. Flagellation & the flagellants: A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present time Bertram, James Glass, In the midth century, flagellants fearful of the Black Death sought by their own efforts to mitigate the divine judgment that they felt to be at hand.

In Pope Clement VI condemned flagellation, as did the Council of Constance (–18). Flagellation & the Flagellants A History of the Rod in All Countries from the Earliest Perio Flagellation & the Flagellants: A History of the Rod Fredonia Books (NL), Press Holdings International, Inc.

Book Format: Paperback. Number of Pages: Author: William M Cooper. ISBN Publication Date: May, Assembled Brand: Fredonia Books (NL). Flagellants are practitioners of an extreme form of mortification of their own flesh by whipping it with various instruments.

Most notably, Flagellantism was a 14th-century movement, consisting of radicals in the Catholic Church. It began as a militant pilgrimage and was later condemned by the Catholic Church as followers were noted for including public flagellation in their.

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A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present time. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Flagellation and the Flagellants: A History of the Rod in All Countries from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by William M. Cooper (, Paperback, Revised) at the best online prices at.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Flagellation and the Flagellants - a History of the Rod in All Countries from the Earliest Time to the Present Time by M. Cooper (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Flagellation was occasionally practised as a means of salvation by certain Jansenist convulsionaries in the 18th century, and also, towards the end of the 18th century, by a little Jansenist sect known as the Fareinists, founded by the brothers Bonjour, curés of Fareins, near Trévoux (Ain).

In a band of flagellants appeared during a. These are the sources and citations used to research The Flagellants and Flagellation during the events of the black death. This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Wednesday, May 6,   The Beautiful Flagellants of New York by Lord Drialys (pseudonym), Using his wealth and rakish charms he manages to familiarise himself with the whims and fancies of the flagellation loving belles of each city, savouring the singular pleasures a chastised posterior presents.

the final book in The Beautiful Flagellants trilogy Pages:   It’s only because I’m reading a book that looks at the effect of the Black Death across Europe that I know a bit more about them than I did last month. The Brotherhood of the Flagellants, or the Brethren of the Cross as they were more properly known, was a.

Public flagellation occurred in Italy until the nineteenth century and in Mexico, South America, the Philippines and other countries into the twentieth century.

Bibliography: "Flagellants." The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Edited by F. Cross and E. Livingstone. Oxford, "Flagellation, Flagellants.".

NP, ND c First Edition Thus. Softcover. Small octavo. Original wrappers pictorial same design front and back. An unusual clandestinely published American edition of this, the first volume complete in itself of a trilogy of flagellation novels that was originally published in Paris circa by Charles Carrington.

Spine heavily faded, page-edges toned, else a tight, clean. Though a number of cults dating back as far as ancient Egypt have practiced the act, this hub focuses specifically on Catholic flagellants.

Members of this movement practice what is known as corporal mortification, As an act of penance and piety, the flagellants practice numerous acts of self-inflicted harm from ranging from fasting in imitation of Christ to flagellation.

The Flagellants were denounced from the pulpit as an impious sect and harsh penalties were threatened against any who failed to return humbly to the bosom of the Church. Even those who obeyed were likely to find themselves in trouble if they had played a prominent part in the movement and hundreds were incarcerated, tortured or executed.

Flagellation & the Flagellants: A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present Time by Cooper, W M and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at It ceased almost as quickly as it had started, and for some time seemed to have died out.

Wandering flagellants are heard of in Germany in In Northern Italy, Venturino of Bergamo, a Dominican, afterwards beatified, attempted to revive the processions of flagellants inand led ab men, styled the "Doves", as far as Rome.

ISBN Suspense thriller examining the dark nature of saintliness, including flagellation. Tomasson, Katherine & Buist, Francis. Battles of the ' London: Pan Books, External links. Page about corporal punishment in the world "Forensic and Clinical Knowledge of the Practice of Crucifixion" by Dr.

Frederick Zugibe. Flagellation -- Fiction; Used for: Flagellants and flagellation; Whipping; Scourging; Flogging; Filed under: Flagellation. History of Flagellation Among Different Nations (New York: Medical Pub. Co., ), contrib.

by Jean Louis de Lolme and Jacques Boileau (illustrated HTML with commentary at ). flagellants flăj´ələnts, fləjĕl´ənts [], term applied to the groups of Christians who practiced public flagellation as a practice supposedly grew out of the floggings administered as punishment to erring monks, although flagellation as a.

Among the flagellants it was an extreme expression of the ascetic ideal. Self-flagellation as a penance was approved by the early Christian church. However, the flagellant movement itself did not appear until the 13th cent., and it was not until c that the flagellants grew into large, organized bodies.

flagellants (flăj`ələnts, fləjĕl`ənts), term applied to the groups of Christians who practiced public flagellation as a practice supposedly grew out of the floggings administered as punishment to erring monks, although flagellation as a.

The Black Plague and the flagellants In a society in which the rules of hygiene and microbiology were unknown, diseases were a normal aspect of everyday life.

From the 1 st century until the 14 th century Europe was swept repeatedly by microscopic agents. Can self-inflicted pain make us feel redeemed. Let’s throw some science at medieval and modern flagellants and see what we can reveal about humanity’s complex relationship with pain.

The Flagellants were a 13th and 14th century Christian movement. It began as a militant pilgrimage and was later condemned as heretical. The followers were noted for including public flagellation in their rituals.

Arco-flagellation is a method of penitence administered by the Adeptus Mechanicus but appointed by the Ecclesiarchy. It is used to punish any heresy not terrible enough to warrant immediate execution. The point of such extravagant punishments is to physically expunge the sin from a heretic's soul so that they may strengthen the Emperor when they die.Pronunciation of flagellation and it's etymology.

Related words - flagellation synonyms, antonyms, hypernyms and hyponyms. a set of Mohammedan dervishes who lacerate themselves with scourges, like the Flagellants. "The Nuttall The AP reports that a new book authored by the postulator for the cause of John Paul II's sainthood invokes the.

Woodcut of flagellants (Nuremberg Chronicle, )Flagellants are practitioners of an extreme form of mortification of their own flesh by whipping it with various instruments. Most notably, Flagellantism was a 14th-century movement, consisting of radicals in the Catholic Church.

It began as a militant pilgrimage and was later condemned by the Catholic Church as .