A Companion to the Great Western Schism (1378-1417) (Brill's by Joelle Rollo-Koster; Thomas M. Izbicki (editors)

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95 91 Valois, “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” p. 399. Gayet, Le grand schisme, pp. 266–397, juxtaposes the pillage’s narrative. I will not repeat his task. 93 Gayet, Le grand schisme, pp. 369–70. 94 Valois, “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” p. 399. 95 Valois, “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” pp. 400–01. 98 For some authors, it was also part of the reenactment of an older tradition. Two witnesses detailed their knowledge of the tradition. They are rarely discussed because they were of a somewhat lower-level rank and their testimonies thus did not carry the weight of the cardinals’ depositions.

Et, ut ego audivi a pluribus ex cardinalibus ex his qui tunc erant, si non fuisset iste clamor, tunc post prandium intronizarent Dominum nostrum; sed inter eos fuit dictum: Ex quo non fecimus romanum, ipse et nos essemus in periculo [. ] Propter hunc clamorem, fuit in conclave dictum Domino Nostro quia abscontaret se a populi furore, et cardinales, cum magna instantia, supplicarunt D. S. Petri quod vellet se fingere papa, ne ipsi perirent, et ne etiam tantum scandalum de morte eorum pateret, et ipse devinctus precibus eorum importunis, permisit se indui papali mantello, et tunc fuit dictum: D.

Thinking that the cardinal of St. ”104 Once the Romans had 102 “Ego Bartholomeus de Zabriciis doctor decretorum minus, indignus episcopus Recanatensis et Maceratensis, per S. M. D. m. Urbanum papam V ad id assumptus officium [. ] et hoc scio et quia D. de Vernhio tunc cardinalis, cujus ego fueram socius a pueritia, quasi in studio, et cujus etiam in rota fueram socius, et cujus post assumptionem ejus ad cardinalatum fueram auditor, et socius prout etiam eram tunc frater, quia erat lemovicensis natione”; Gayet, Le grand schisme: Pièces justificatives, pp.

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