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(Lat., ‘Apostolics’).

The bodies to whom the title has been applied, by themselves or others, include: (1) some Gnostic communities of the 2nd–4th cents.; (2) an ascetic body which flourished in the 12th cent. around Cologne and at Périgueux in France; (3) a sect originating at Parma in 1260, which drew its inspiration from Franciscan teaching on poverty and was condemned in 1286 and 1291; and (4) certain Anabaptist sects.

(1) some Gnostic communities of the 2nd–4th cents.; (2) an ascetic body which flourished in the 12th cent. around Cologne and at Périgueux in France; (3) a sect originating at Parma in 1260, which drew its inspiration from Franciscan teaching on poverty and was condemned in 1286 and 1291; and (4) certain Anabaptist sects.

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500) — Christianity.


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