By Henry Charles Lea
This accomplished three-volume heritage of the medieval Inquisition through the influential American pupil Henry Charles Lea, first released in 1888, was once firmly in line with fundamental resources, and followed a rationalist method that departed from the pious tone of past histories of the center ages.
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That a whole vicinage, when it had timely notice, should bind itself in a league to defeat the purpose of the inquisitors, as at Castelnaudary, must have been a frequent experience; that, sooner or later, despair should bring about a catastrophe like that of Avignonet was inevitable. Montsegur for years had been the Mount Tabor of the Oathari —the place of refuge in which, as its name implies, they could feel secure when safety could be hoped for nowhere else. It had been destroyed, but early in the century Raymond de Pereille had rebuilt it, and for forty years he held it as an asylum for heretics, whom he defended to the utmost of his ability.
TRIUMPH OF THE INQUISITION. 39 Narbonne. King Louis, however, was equal to the occasion, and allowed the alhes no time to concentrate their forces. His victories over the English and Gascons at Taillebourg and Saintes, July 19 and 23, deprived Raymond of all hope of assistance from that quarter. Pestilence forced the withdrawal of the main army of Louis, but a force under the veteran Imbert de Beaujeu operated actively against Eaymond, who, Avithout help from his allies and deserted by many of his vassals, was obliged to lay down his arms, December 22.
Then he turned to the papal legate, Jean, Archbishop of Vienne, complaining specially of Pierre Cella, whom he considered to be inspired with personal enmity to himself, and whom he regarded as the chief author of the troubles. His request that Cella's operations should be confined to Querci was granted. * This expedient was of no avail. Persecution continued as aggressive as ever, and popular indignation steadily rose. The inevitable crisis soon came which should determine whether the Inquisition should sink into insignificance, as had been the case with so many previous efforts, or whether it should triumph over all opposition and become the dominating power in the land.