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Title: The life of a rural village - Mosta : pastoral visits, plague, and the erection of a new parish (1575-1619)
Authors: Cassar, George
Keywords: Mosta (Malta) -- History -- 16th century
Order of St John -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Knights of Malta -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Catholic Church -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Gregory XIII, Pope, 1502-1585
Inquisition -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Malta -- Church history -- 16th century
Dusina, Pietro, -1581
Church buildings -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Chapel of St. Michael the Archangel (Mosta, Malta)
Chapels -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Chapel of the Annunciation, 1575 (Mosta, Malta)
Chapel of St. Nicholas (Mosta, Malta)
Plague -- Malta -- History -- 16th century
Naxxar (Malta) -- History -- 16th century
Dingli, Tommaso, 1591-1666
Basilica of the Assumption, Rotunda (Mosta, Malta)
St. Roque Cemetery (Attard, Malta)
Cassiere, Jean l’Evesque de la, 1502-1581
Chapel of St. Catherine of Alexandria (Naxxar, Malta)
Wied il-Għasel (Mosta, Malta)
Chapel of St. Margaret (Mosta, Malta)
Chapel of St. Anthony the Abbot (Mosta, Malta)
Royas de Portalrubio, Martino, Bishop of Malta, 1512?-1577
Gargallo, Tommaso, Bishop of Malta, 1536-1614
Lost architecture -- Malta -- Mosta
Parish of the Assumption (Mosta, Malta) -- History
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Sacra Militia Foundation
Citation: Cassar, G. (2013). The life of a rural village - Mosta : pastoral visits, plague, and the erection of a new parish (1575-1619). Sacra Militia, 12, 53-68.
Abstract: It was an unexceptional reality in Malta of the Hospitallers, for the bishops and the grandmasters to be on what may at best be termed as ‘less than amicable relations’. The relationship between Bishop Martin Royas de Portalrubio and Grandmaster Jean l’Evesque de la Cassiere was no exception. During the first decades of the Order’s rule, the bishop in Malta also acted as inquisitor on the island. Then, following the term of Domenico Cubelles (1562-65), after a lapse of eight years during which the islands first experienced a months-long ruthless Ottoman siege, dubbed as the Great Siege of 1565, and then entered the building spree which was to see the birth of a new fortified city named Valletta, a new inquisitor was appointed. Thus Royas, Bishop of Malta, took up the episcopal position which he would occupy between 1572 and 1577.
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