Hierarchy of the Medieval Christian church (11th century)

Hierarchy of the Medieval Christian church (11th century)

This animation shows the hierarchical structure of the Medieval Christian church.

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Christian, church, hierarchy, Pope, archbishop, bishop, parish priest, ecclesiastical society, diocese, ecclesiastical province, clergy, lower clergy, religion, 11th century, organism, structure

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