1. of or relating to Albigenses or Albigensianism
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  • To cite another sad example: in southern France a group of Albigensian vegetarians (a Cartharist religious group) were put to death by hanging in 1052 because they refused to kill a chicken!
  • This heresy was a compound of Priscillianism, the dualism of Manes, Oriental and Gnostic fancies, Gothic Arianism, and indigenous superstition, all fused together in what was known as Albigensianism, and which was hardly Castles and Cave Dwellings of Europe
  • Albigensianism, Hussitism, and Protestantism of later date, to mention only a few heresies, would have called for equal recognition. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • It was for this reason that, when Simon de Montfort and the armies of Pope Innocent III descended upon the region in 1209, it was called the Albigensian Crusade. The Sion Revelation
  • Pamiers, by Jacques Fournier in 1318, for the extirpation of the remnants of Albigensianism in the Foix region; this document is most important for the history of the Inquisition, representing as it does, and perhaps in this instance only, that particular tribunal in which the monastic inquisitor and the diocesan bishop had almost equal power, as decreed in 1312 by the Council of Vienna. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • It was also against them in southern France that the war known as the Albigensian crusade was proclaimed by Pope Innocent III in 1210, after all other previous efforts at conversion, including preach - ing missions by the Cistercians and the future Domini - cans, and coercion had failed. HERESY IN THE MIDDLE AGES
  • the late French historian Georges Duby saw Gothic art as in part a reaction to the Cathar heresy, a civilised counterpart of the bloody Albigensian crusade.
  • Many of them had already embraced Albigensianism and were its most active propagandists. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy
  • With the so-called Albigensian Crusade, the Vatican sought to stamp out deviant Christians—the Cathars—in southern France. Bloodlust
  • The final stand of the 500 believers there lasted 10 months during 1243 as the might of the Albigensian crusaders gradually wore them down.
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