History of the city of Rome in the Middle Ages, Volume 7, Part 1

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Page 351 - III. : la sua promozione al cardinalato non fu molto honesta, essendo proceduta per causa oscena : cio2 dalT amore e dalla familiarita che oven Aless.
Page 196 - Vetustas omnia deformavit, quos picti tapetes et intexta auro aulea muros texere, nunc hedera ves'.it.
Page 207 - Like an exile thou seekest refuge with thy brother, the Prince of the Apostles. This is Alma Roma which thou seest before thee, and which is dedicated to the most precious blood of thy brother in the flesh. The Romans, who are thy brother's family, greet thee as their uncle and father."2 Dense crowds assembled to witness the strange spectacle.
Page 106 - Medici. Without possessing genius, Parentucelli was distinguished by ready intellect, great command of language, and a memory so retentive that he knew by heart entire works of poets, scholars, and philosophers. Piccolomini said of him that, " What was unknown to Parentucelli lay outside the sphere of human learning," and the knowledge of this, the greatest bookman of the age, 1 Vita Nicolai V.
Page 158 - Spagne a servire il loro Pontefice a Roma i loro popoli mandati haveano, et Valenza il...
Page 89 - Pope, the city had become like a village of cow-herds ; sheep and cattle wandered through the streets, to the very spot now occupied by the merchants...
Page 70 - Filioque' addition, recognised by the Pope. Hence they argued that since it was true that the Holy Ghost proceeded from the Father and the Son, that truth ought to be taught.
Page 168 - Pontificem : Aeneam rejicite, Pium recipite : illud gentile nomen parentes indidere nascenti, hoc christianum in Apostolatu suscepimus.
Page 62 - Ep. 47, lib. iii. country scourged by war, the depopulated and ruined towns, the devastated fields, the roads infested by robbers, more than fifty places partly destroyed, partly sacked by soldiery, have suffered from every species of revenge. After the destruction of their cities, many citizens have been sold as slaves ; many have died of hunger in prison.
Page 171 - Pudet erroris, poenitet male fecisse et male dictorum scriptorumque, vehementer poenitet: plus scripto quam facto nocuimus. Sed quid agamus? Scriptum et semel emissum volat irrevocabile verbum.

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