The Cathars: Persecuting Heretical Christians In The 13th Century

Flourishing in southern France, Catharism was a dualist Christian heresy whose followers opposed the corruption of the medieval Catholic Church and were subject to widespread persecution.

Dec 21, 2020By Jack Crawford
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By Jack CrawfordJack is a contributing writer with a primary interest in Medieval History, in particular the early medieval period. He completed a bachelor’s degree in Medieval History at the University of St. Andrews, and a masters in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic at the University of Cambridge.