O trono e o altar: as relações entre o monarca D. Dinis e o clero no Portugal medieval (1275-1325)
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This research aims to understand how D. Dinis (1279-1325) managed during his reign to soften the relations between the crown and the clergy. For when this monarch assumed the Portuguese throne in the second half of the thirteenth century, he encountered a kingdom in crisis due to the disagreements of earlier monarchs with ecclesiastical power. For this reason, one of his first acts as king was to end these conflicts that had been dragging practically since the reign of D. Sancho I (1185-1211). The problems with the clergy were solved with the establishment of concordats, in all were signed two, one in 1289 and another in 1309. With these concordats D. Dinis was able to strengthen the monarchical power without major conflicts with the ecclesiastical power, that had to open some privileges, however, their rights have been respected. Therefore, after several years of quarrels and intrigues involving the crown, the clergy and the nobility, we observed that D. Dinis was the monarch who, in fact, obtained some result, leaving to his son, D. Afonso IV (1325-1357), A kingdom in progress and development both in relation to the consolidation of the policy of royal sovereignty and to an evolutionary social and economic dynamic.
LUIZ, Láisson Menezes. O trono e o altar: as relações entre o monarca D. Dinis e o clero no Portugal medieval (1275-1325). 2017. 160 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em História) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2017.