- CHRISTIAN HERETICAL SECT named after the City of Albi in the South of France. It arose in the eleventh century, flourishing in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries before being brutally suppressed by the INQUISITION. It professed a FORM of MANICHAEAN DUALISM which regarded CHRIST as an ANGEL with a phantom body, proclaimed that the ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH was corrupt, and taught a form of ESOTERIC and OCCULT knowledge as the means of SALVATION.
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Albigenses — [al΄bə jen′sēz΄] pl.n. [ML, after Albi, town in S France] a religious sect that flourished in the south of France c.A.D. 1020 1250 and was finally suppressed for heresy Albigensian [al΄bə jen′sē ən] adj., n … English World dictionary
Albigenses — Albigensian /al bi jen see euhn, sheuhn/, adj., n. Albigensianism, n. /al bi jen seez/, n.pl. members of a Catharistic sect in the south of France that arose in the 11th century and was exterminated in the 13th century by a crusade (Albigensian… … Universalium
Albigenses — Al•bi•gen•ses [[t]ˌæl bɪˈdʒɛn siz[/t]] n. pl. rel members of an ascetic Christian sect that arose in Albi in the 11th century and was destroyed in the 13th century • Etymology: < ML Albīgēnsēs, pl. of Albīgēnsis=Albīg(a) Albi+ L ēnsis ensis Al … From formal English to slang
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