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Title: Military and religious life in the Middle Ages and at the period of the Renaissance
Year: 1870 (1870s)
Authors: Jacob, P. L., 1806-1884
Subjects: Middle Ages Civilization, Medieval Civilization, Renaissance Costume Military art and science Christian life
Publisher: London : Bickers & Son
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
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red to re-establish theancient republic. The cardinals, nearly all of whom were Frenchmen, alwaysnominated popes of their own nationality. One of them—Gregory XLwho had come to Rome for a short visit, died there in 1377. The peoplethen induced the cardinals by threats to select a pope of Italian birth, andtheir choice fell upon the Archbishop of Bari, who took the title of Urban VI. 268 THE POPES. The cardinals who were at Avignon when the election took place, at firstrecognised it as valid, but when he manifested his intention of remaining atRome, they declared it to be irregular, and chose Cardinal Robert of Geneva,formerly bishop of Cambrai, who took the title of Clement VII., and theChristian world was divided between the two popes. Each had several suc-cessors, and this long schism proved the termination of the Christian republicwhich had been the work of the Middle Ages. At last, the General Council ofConstance, convoked by one of the anti-popes, but confirmed by Gregory XII.,

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Fig. 2H.-Solemn entry of the Emperor Charles V. and Pope Clement VII. into Bologna, Novem-ber 5th, 1529. The persons at the head of the cortege are the great dignitaries of the Church,the first bearing the pastoral staff, the second the pontifical tiara, and the two others goldencandelabra. The taper-bearers precede the Holy Sacrament. (See next engraving.) received that pontiffs resignation, and Cardinal Otho Colonna, a man of greatpiety and zeal, elected by a unanimous vote, assumed the government ofthe Church under the name of Martin V. He shortly afterwards repairedto Rome, where he was received with enthusiasm; and his presence broughtback the prosperity and prestige of the Holy City. Notwithstanding, oneof the anti-popes, with a following of two cardinals, still had a successorwho was recognised by the kingdoms of Aragon, Valentia, and Sicily; buthe finally complied with the wishes of Christendom, and his abdication in1429 put an end to the schism which had lasted for half a cen

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