De beatas a monjas dominicas: El proceso de constitution del monasteries de santa catalina de sena de zamora a finales del siglo XV

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Abstract

The fifteenth centuiy demonstrated a religious reformist environment that encouragedbesides that other aspects, an institutionalization process of the semireligious feminine life. This activity was often led by mendicants orders, especially franciscan friars. Nevertheless, dominican friars took part in this process, although our knowledge about their responsibility in this sense is lesser. Precisely through this research work we will tiy to illustrate this activity, introducing a specific case of a feminine community that was next to the church of Santiago del Bmgo of Zamora. This community became a convent of dominican nuns at the end of fifteenth centwy, and it had to experience a spatial transformation process according to the new situation. Fundamentally through the visits book of the contiguous parish church we know the conflictive relation that set up between the nuns monastery and that parish church. This church was used by the nuns to cany out their liturgical activities, although they never achieve the ownership of it.

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Rodriguez, A. Á. (2015, January 1). De beatas a monjas dominicas: El proceso de constitution del monasteries de santa catalina de sena de zamora a finales del siglo XV. Hispania - Revista Espanola de Historia. CSIC Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. https://doi.org/10.3989/hispania.2015.001

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