Christianity and the Renaissance: Image and Religious Imagination in the Quattrocento

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1.
Edward B. Tylor, Researches into the Early History of Mankind and the Development of Civilization ( London: Murray, 1865); James G. Frazer, The Fear of the Dead in Primitive Religion, 3 vols. ( London: Macmillan, 1933-36); Pierre Courcelle, "Anti-Christian Arguments and Christian Platonism: From Arnobius to St. Ambrose," in The Conflict between Paganism and Christianity in the Fourth Century, ed. Arnaldo Momigliano ( Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1963), 161.
2.
Alberto Tenenti, Il senso della morte e l'amore della vita nel Rinascimento ( Turin: Giulio Einaudi, 1957), chaps. 1 and 2.
3.
Philippe Arieè, The Hour of Our Death, trans. Helen Weaver ( New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1981), 95-201 and esp. 128-29; Michel Vovelle, La mort et l'occident de 1300 à nos jours ( Paris: Gallimard, 1983), 119-25.
4.
The literature on Italian confraternities has become too extensive to cite completely; I here cite only the most valuable. Gennaro Maria Monti, Le confraternite medievali dell'alta e media Italia, 2 vols. ( Venice: La Nuova Italia, 1927); Gilles Gerard Meersseman with the collaboration of Gian Piero Pacini, "Ordo fraternitatis: Confraternite e pietà dei laici nel medioevo", 3 vols., Italia sacra: Studi e documenti di storia ecclesiastica, 24 ( Rome: Herder, 1977); Il Movimento dei Disiciplinati nel VII centenario del suo inizio, Appendix 9 to Bollettino della Deputazione di storia patria per l'Umbria ( Spoleto, 1962); Risultati e prospettive della ricerca sul movimento dei disciplinati ( Perugia: Deputazione di storia patria per l'Umbria, 1972); Brian Pullan, Rich and Poor in Renaissance Venice: The Social Institutions of a Catholic State, to 1620 ( Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1971); Charles de la Roncière, "La place des confréries dans l'encadrement religieux du contado Florentin au XVIe siècle: L'exemple de la Val d'Elsa," Mélanges de l'Ecole française de Rome: Moyen âge, temps modernes 85 ( 1973): 31-77, 633-71; John Henderson, "The Flagellant Movement and Flagellant Confraternities in Central Italy, 1260-1400," Studies in Church History 15 ( 1978): 147-60; Ronald Weissman, Ritual Brotherhood in Renaissance Florence ( New York: Academic Press, 1982).
5.
The basic sources on the history of San Sepolcro include Pietro Farulli, Annali e memorie dell'antica città di S. Sepolcro (Foligno, 1713); Lorenzo Coleschi, Storia della città di Sansepolcro (Città di Castello: Tipografia S. Lapi, 1886); Guistiniano Degli Azzi, "Inventario degli archivi di Sansepolcro," Archivi della storia d'Italia, 4th ser. 4 ( 1914): 77-194; and the several volumes of Ercole Agnoletti, esp. Sansepolcro nel periodo degli abati (1012-1521) (San Sepolcro: n.p., 1976).
6.
This interpretation is an extension of the idea that the mendicants played the fundamental role in restoring the laity's adherence to the medieval Church following the problems associated with Gregorian reforms and the heretical movements. See esp. Meersseman, Ordo fraternitatis, 2:744, 920-32.
7.
Biblioteca comunale, San Sepolcro (hereafter BC) ser. 32, reg. 159, fol. 1r. The date of the statutes is derived from the accompanying list of incoming members begun in 1269. "Perceptio et exactio helemosinarum fit per dictos Rectores hoc modo: Ipsi omni quolibet die sabati post tertiam vadunt per terram specialiter per stratas et vicos ubi morantur artifices et boni homines et illi qui sunt de Fraternitate petendo denarios dei et unus eorum portat thefamam, et tunc omnis qui promiserunt se daturos denarios quolibet die sabati offerunt denarios in thefama, et etiam multi alii qui non sunt de Fraternitate. Item die dominica prima cuiuslibet mensis, omnes de Fraternitate et multi allii qui non sunt de Fraternitate congregantur apud

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