Publication – Patrick Zutshi, « The Avignon Popes and Their Chancery. Collected Essays »

Patrick Zutshi, The Avignon Popes and Their Chancery. Collected Essays, Firenze, Sismel, 2021 (mediEVI, 30). PB pp. XIV-466; 1 tav. f. t., € 68,00. iSBN : 978-88-9290-064-6. Prix 68 euros.

Table des matières :

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface

INTRODUCTION
1. The papal chancery: Avignon and beyond
Selected Bibliography

PETITIONS AND REGISTERS

2. Petitions to the Pope in the Fourteenth Century
3. Fiat A: the Earliest Known Roll of Petitions Signed by the Pope (1307) (with P. A. Linehan)
4. The Origins of the Registration of Petitions in the Papal Chancery in the First Half of the Fourteenth Century
5. Inextricabilis curie labyrinthus: the Presentation of Petitions to the Pope in the Chancery and the Penitentiary During the Fourteenth and First Half of the Fifteenth Century
6. Changes in the Registration of Papal Letters Under the Avignon Popes (1305-1378)

THE CHANCERY AND ITS PRODUCTION

7. Some Early Letters of Pope Clement V (1305-14) in the National Archives
8. The Office of Notary in the Papal Chancery in the Mid-Fourteenth Century
9. At the Point of Death: Licences to Choose a Confessor in mortis articulo issued by the Avignon Popes

THE ROLE OF THE POPE

10.The Personal Role of the Pope in the Production of Papal Letters in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries
11. The Political and Administrative Correspondence of the Avignon Popes, 1305-1378: a Contribution to Papal Diplomatic
12. Autograph Letters of the Avignon Popes

PAPAL LETTERS AND ENGLISH HISTORY

13. The Letters of the Avignon Popes (1305-1378): a Source for the Study of Anglo-Papal Relations and of English Ecclesiastical History
14. Proctors Acting for English Petitioners in the Chancery of the Avignon Popes (1305-1378)
15. The Papal Chancery and English Documents in the Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries
16. The Publication of Entries in the Papal Registers Concerning Great Britain and Ireland
17. Collective Indulgences from Rome and Avignon in English Collections

PAPAL LETTERS FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

18.When did Cambridge Become a studium generale?
19. Some Inedited Papal Documents Relating to the University of Cambridge in the Fourteenth Century
20. The Mendicant Orders and the University of Cambridge in the Fourteenth and Early Fifteenth Centuries

INDICES
Index of manuscripts
Index of persons and places
Index of subjects

Source : SISMEL

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