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The history of the flagellants

Jean Louis de Lolme

The history of the flagellants

or the advantages of discipline; being a paraphrase and commentary on the Historia flagellantium of the Abbé Boileau, ... By somebody who is not doctor of the Sorbonne.

by Jean Louis de Lolme

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Published by sold by M. Hingeston; Yeats and Robertson; and Fielding and Walker in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesHistoria flagellantium. English.
ContributionsBoileau, Jacques, 1635-1716.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3,2-5,4-7,6,340p.
Number of Pages340
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21213339M

Flagellation & the Flagellants. a History of the Rod in All Countries, The Rev. Wm. M. Cooper, B.A. [James Glass Bertram] (John Camden Hotten, London, n.d. [c. ]) 7 3/4" X 5 1/4", pp, three quarter black moroccan leather over marbled boards, gilt title and decorations on spine, 5 raised bands, top edge gilt, good condition, corners worn, internally sound, binding sound. a history of the rod by rev. wm. m. cooper is from circa late 's(no date inside) after researching it. the book is in excellent condition. all pages firmly attached. no writing or underlining. in the photo the word "rod" appears cut off but it's all there - just the angle from my Rating: % positive.

A History of the Apocalypse – The Black Plague and the flagellants 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. Until the 14th century Europe was repeatedly swept by microscopic agents. The smallpox epidemics of the. Flagellation & the Flagellants. a History of the Rod in All Countries, The Rev. Wm. M. Cooper, B.A. [James Glass Bertram] (John Camden Hotten, London, n.d. [, from ads at end of book] "a new edition revised and corrected") 7 3/4" X 5 1/2", pp plus 32 pages of advertisements for "Very Important New Books", hardbound with red cloth, gilt lettering and decorations, spine worn at top and.

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William M. Cooper is a master of his subject. This book is a toprate work of history, albeit on a narrow aspect of history, corporal punishment. The book lives up to its ambition of giving an account of the history of corporal punishment i all parts of the world, from ancient times up to the 19th century, when the book was written.5/5(1).

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With numerous Illustrations [Cooper, Wm. M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Flagellation and the Flagellants; A History of the Rod in all Countries from the earliest Period to the present Time.5/5(1). 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 The history of the flagellants book it was a complex, scathing and often brilliant depiction of the disintegration of a black couples Carlene Hatcher Polite was an American writer/5.

Based on Abbé Boileau’s Historia Flagellantium (Paris, ), this expanded and handsomely illustrated History of the Flagellants traces the practice throughout history and literature—whether seen as punishment, religious self-discipline, political absolution such as the self-imposed flagellation of Henry II, or as a form of private atonement or erotic practice.

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 and the Flagellants: A History of the Rod in all Countries from the earliest Period to the present Time. With numerous Illustrations With numerous Illustrations Wm. Cooper. textsFlagellation & the flagellants [electronic resource]: A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present time.

Flagellation & the flagellants [electronic resource]: A history of the rod in all countries, from the earliest period to the present time. Bertram, James Glass, Pages: See Article History.

Flagellants, medieval religious sects that included public beatings with whips as part of their discipline and devotional practice. Flagellant sects arose in northern Italy and had become large and widespread by about   In his book "Flagellation and the Flagellants: A History of the Rod in all Countries from the Earliest Period to the Present Time," the Rev.

William Cooper explains that. 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.

Curiosities of Flagellation is a classic example of Victorian flagellant fiction. It was written and published by William Lazenby, a major figure in the underground world of Victorian erotica publishing. Five volumes were planned but only two were issued. The first volume was published in with the second appearing in o.

The History of the Flagellants, or the Advantages of Discipline. By Jean Louis De Lolme. - London - Fielding and Walker. " by 8", pp.

This book is a toprate work of history, albeit on a narrow aspect of history, corporal punishment. The book lives up to its ambition of giving an account of the history of corporal punishment i all parts of the world, from ancient times up to the 19th century, when the book was written.

Read more.5/5(1). Rules. Flagellants were expected to follow a number of very strict rules – 7 – the age from which sins were considered accountable and must be confessed.

3 – the number of times flagellation would take place each day (twice in the daytime and once in the evening). 33 – the number of days over which whipping had to occur (this number was chosen to represent Christ’s age at the time.

A group of religious zealots known as the Flagellants first begin to appear in Germany. These groups of anywhere from 50 to hooded and half-naked men march, sing and thrash themselves with. By the time the Plague had finally loosened its death grip, it had claimed the lives of nearly half of the world’s population in less than five years.

This special presentation, The Plague. A book chronicling one of the worst human disasters in recorded history really has no business being entertaining. But John Kelly's The Great Mortality is a page-turner despite its grim subject matter and graphic detail.

Credit Kelly's animated prose and uncanny ability to drop his reader smack in the middle of the 14th century, as a heretofore unknown menace stalks Eurasia from "from the /5().

GERMANY: THE FLAGELLANTS AND THE PERSECUTION OF THE JEWS. BYthe plague in France had ended or, at least, so far abated as to make possible the holding of a Council in Paris to tighten up some of the laws against heresy.

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The plague is thought to have originated in Asia over 2, years ago and was likely spread by trading ships, though recent research has indicated the .The History of the Flagellants, or the Advantages of Discipline; Being a Paraphrase and Commentary on the Historia Flagellantium of the Abbé Boileau by Jean Louis De Lolme (, Paperback) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price $Description.

Flagellation & the Flagellants. a History of the Rod in All Countries, The Rev. Wm. M. Cooper, B.A. [James Glass Bertram] (John Camden Hotten, London, n.d.

[] (first edition)) 7 3/4″ X 5 1/2″, pp plus 16 pages of advertisements for “Very Important New Books”, hardbound with red cloth, gilt lettering and decorations, spine worn at top and bottom and lower front.