A Syllabus of Medieval History, 395-[1500].: no. 1300. By Dana Carleton Munro. 4th ed

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Departmentof History of the Univ.of Pennsylvania, 1909
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Page 8 - We must either wrest the Apostolic See from the hands of the Italians, or else despoil it to such a degree that it will not matter where it abides.
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