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  • In mid-fifteenth-century Italy, Franciscan monks formed church-based financial societies and pawnshops called monti di pietà, charitable economic institutions that allowed Christians to loan money at interest to Christians.100 As one Franciscan explained in his history of these outfits, the problem was that Jews and Lombards advanced money in order to enrich themselves and not to serve their “fellow-men” out of “Christian charity.”

    Bloodlust

  • In mid-fifteenth-century Italy, Franciscan monks formed church-based financial societies and pawnshops called monti di pietà, charitable economic institutions that allowed Christians to loan money at interest to Christians.100 As one Franciscan explained in his history of these outfits, the problem was that Jews and Lombards advanced money in order to enrich themselves and not to serve their “fellow-men” out of “Christian charity.”

    Bloodlust

  • As the monti di pietà took shape, Christians began to contemplate ostracizing or expelling the Jews.

    Bloodlust

  • As the monti spread, so did the plan to remove the Jews.104 As Nelson puts it, “The Brotherhood of Man was the banner under which anti-Semitic friars, especially of the Franciscan Observants, cloaked their demagogic appeals to expel the Jewish pawnbrokers.”

    Bloodlust

  • As the monti di pietà took shape, Christians began to contemplate ostracizing or expelling the Jews.

    Bloodlust

  • As the monti spread, so did the plan to remove the Jews.104 As Nelson puts it, “The Brotherhood of Man was the banner under which anti-Semitic friars, especially of the Franciscan Observants, cloaked their demagogic appeals to expel the Jewish pawnbrokers.”

    Bloodlust

  • Intergalacticrobot: Là, sui monti dell'est skip to main

    Là, sui monti dell'est

  • Bastia was the standing point from which the old division of Corsica into the _di quà_ and the _di là dei monti_ — the country on this side and the country on the other side of the mountains — was made; the line of intersection commencing at the point of Gargalo, below Aleria, on the eastern coast, and following a range of mountains westward to the

    Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia with Notices of their History, Antiquities, and Present Condition.

  • Aque.fonti. monti.colli. boscheti.animali. di prauato il coloramento cum la distantia, & cum il lume opposito ... shaking her trisulked and three parted tongue

    Hypnerotomachia The Strife of Loue in a Dreame

  • Plaudono i monti al carme e i boschi e l’ acque de l’ Umbria verde: in faccia a noi fumando ed anelando nuove industrie in corsa fischia il vapore.

    VIII. On the Lineage of English Literature (I)

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