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Secularization

Here are entered works on the enforced transfer or alienation of territory from ecclesiastical to civil rulers, and of property, especially monastic, from ecclesiastical to government or other secular ownership, use, or control.

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  • Appropriation and impropriation
  • Impropriation
  • Secularization -- Law and legislation
Filed under: Secularization Filed under: Secularization -- AustriaFiled under: Secularization -- CanadaFiled under: Secularization -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Secularization -- England -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Secularization -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800Filed under: Secularization -- EnglandFiled under: Secularization -- FranceFiled under: Secularization -- Germany Filed under: Secularization -- Germany -- BavariaFiled under: Secularization -- Germany -- WürttembergFiled under: Secularization -- Great BritainFiled under: Secularization -- HungaryFiled under: Secularization -- MexicoFiled under: Secularization -- PeruFiled under: Secularization -- SaxonyFiled under: Secularization -- Soviet UnionFiled under: Secularization -- Spain

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