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Title: The inquisition in Malta (14) : the end of a tribunal that reflected intolerance
Authors: Bonnici, Alexander
Keywords: Malta -- History -- Inquisition, 1561-1798
Malta -- History -- Knights of Malta, 1530-1798
Catholic Church -- Discipline
Inquisition -- Malta
Issue Date: 1985
Publisher: Gulf Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Bonnici, A. (1985). The inquisition in Malta (14) : the end of a tribunal that reflected intolerance. Civilization, 25, 684-685.
Abstract: There was never any love lost between the Maltese and the Inquisitor. He was their righteous judge. But he was also their protector in cases where the Maltese had found themselves on the receiving end from the Knights. Many Maltese felt that the Inquisitor was the only person in authority who could possibly ensure that justice prevailed. There are numerous cases on record which show that many Maltese looked up to the Inquisitor in the hope of relieving their burden.
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