Walking the Path of Medieval Inquisition: Depositions, Deponents and Data from 13th-Century Toulouse

Walking the Path of Medieval Inquisition: Depositions, Deponents and Data from 13th-Century Toulouse - A Laidlaw Research Poster detailing the outcomes of my research into inquisitorial depositions of local people about their involvement in 'heresy', in 13th-Century Toulouse.

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Emma Porter

Student, University of St Andrews

I'm a fourth year Ancient History and Archaeology student at St Andrews University. Although archaeology is my main passion, my research was in Medieval Heresy and Inquisition, combining practical GIS and mapping skills commonly used in archaeology, textual analysis, and data analysis, to experiment with alternative ways of presenting historical research.

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Catherine Brislane about 2 months ago

I love this! I am more familiar with 13th century England than France, but could this treatment have been due to links with Lords/ other nobility?  Commonly those imprisoned in England around the same period were outsiders unknown to the locals and the lord, do we think that is the same case here?

(Also, putting the map in the summary box was a stroke of genius!)