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    • whom Dante criticized by placing him in the Inferno during the Pope's
    • were soon to result in the “Babylonian Captivity” of the Popes at
    • Philip the Fair, and with the passive agreement of the French-born Pope,
    • On March 27, 1329 Pope John XXII issued a bull describing certain of Meister
    • Germany, and Pope John XXII, which had been increasing steadily for nearly a
    • Pope called upon the German ruler to abdicate, saying that no one could
    • rightfully wear the German crown who did not have the Pope's express
    • approval to do so. Louis angrily refused, with the result that the Pope
    • But the times were against the Pope and his French ally, Charles IV, whom he
    • interdict of the Pope, brought great hardship to the people. Some areas of
    • famous letter in reply to the Pope's invitation to come to Rome in order to
    • His work at Basel and Constantinople attracted the attention of the Pope, so
    • “anti-pope,” called Felix V, in opposition to Pope Eugenius IV.
    • IV and Pope Nicolas V signed the Concordat of Vienna, by which the German
    • as a diplomat traveling in the service of the Pope.
    • opposition to militaristic plans of Pope Julius II who had laid the
    • Cardinal at fourteen, now became Pope Leo X, whose famous exclamation,
    • children now inhabited the Vatican as Pope Alexander VI, whose frankly pagan
    • Pope Paul IV, also a refugee from persecution by the church, and a member of



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