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Fragmenta (FRAG 4)
Fragmenta 4 (2010)
Adrian VI: A Dutch Pope in a Roman context

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XIII+206 p., 22 b/w ill., 160 x 240 mm, 2012
ISBN: 978-2-503-54536-3
Languages: English
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Table of Contents

C.G. Santing, Adrian of Utrecht. The formation of the historiographical image of the Dutch Pope; M. Gielis and G. Gielis, Adrian of Utrecht (1459-1523) as professor at the University of Louvain and as a leading figure in the Church in the Netherlands; R. Fagel, The Dean of Louvain in Spain. Adrian of Utrecht (1515-1522): A Career in the Service of a Habsburg Prince; M. Graulich, Papacy in theory and practice. The office and power of the pope according to the theological work of Adrian VI and his plans for a reform of the church; H. Hulscher, The pontificate of Adrian VI (9 January 1522- 14 September 1523); S. de Blaauw, Divini cultus devotissimus. Adrian VI and papal ritual; J. Touber, Willem van Enckenvoirt and the Dutch network in Rome in the first quarter of the sixteenth century; M.-Ch. Le Bailly, “A vulgo amabatur, a magnatibus vero habebatur in odio”. Adrian VI through the eyes of his fellow countryman Cornelius de Fine, A. Gnann, Cardinal Wilhelm van Enckenvoirt as Patron of the Arts in Rome; F. Scholten, Maxime aversatvr splendorem: the funeral monument for Pope Adrian VI; V. Lini, Brief comments on the restoration of the monument of Adrian VI in S. Maria dell’Anima in Rome.

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