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

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245–77; “The Politics of Body Parts: Contested Topographies in Late Medieval Avignon,” pp. 66–98; and in “Looting the Empty See,” pp. 429–74. Also, some of my earlier findings are forthcoming in “Empty See and Ritual Pillaging in the Middle Ages” in Power, Gender and Ritual in Europe and the Americas: Essays in Honor of Richard C. Trexler, ed. Peter Arnade and Michael Rocke (Toronto, forthcoming); “Violence électorale coutumière et le début du schisme,” in Pariser Historische Studien: Der Ausbruch des Großen Abendländischen Schismas im Jahre 1378, ed.

Et tunc romani consanguinei, amici et servitores ejus, me vidente, ut irent ad eum, inceperunt frangere portas conclavis, que erant et fuerant murate usque ad horam quasi none. Alii autem intrabant ad derobandum postes conclavis, ut est moris, aliis ad videndum papam, et faciendam sibi reverentiam, alii ad Dominos suos cardinales, ad salvandum bona eorum, et ad sociandum eos, et ego fui unus de hiis qui intravi cum multis romanis, et ut associarem dominum meum tunc de Vernhio”; Gayet, Le grand schisme: Pièces justificatives, pp.

68 The focus on Castel Sant’ Angelo makes sense when one realizes the many assets it contained. 69 The conclave took place on the first floor of the Vatican, in an enclosed area comprised of two chapels, a vestibule, and the cardinals’ cells. A flight of stairs linked this first floor to the palace’s courtyard, but the gate connecting the courtyard and stairs had been sealed. Three doors led out of the conclave to other rooms on the first floor. One was sealed, and the other two were left open until all visitors exited the conclave.

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