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Heretics’ Goods: Management Models between Political Implications and Socio-Economic Repercussions of Religious Repression in Medieval Europe (13 th -14t h Centuries)

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This study analyses the confiscation of the goods of heretics condemned in the Crown of Aragon in the 13th century, through legislation, inquisitorial sentences and confiscation of heretical goods, lands and other properties. A summary is also provided with the number of cases documented per year, the cities where they took place, all the names of the condemned heretics, the total amount of fines, a list of expropriated properties, and the names of the new property owners. Lastly, a quantitative global view of the impact of the confiscation of the goods of condemned heretics in the Crown of Aragon in the 13 th century is provided.


  • Heretics
  • Heresy
  • Crown of Aragon
  • Inquisition


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