The papacy and political ideas in the Middle Ages / Walter Ullmann.
London : Variorum Reprints, 1976.
406 pages in various pagings : portrait ; 23 cm.
Collected studies ; CS44.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Cardinal Humbert and the Roman Ecclesia. 2. Von Canossa nach Pavia. 3. The Pontificate of Adrian IV. 4. Cardinal Roland and Besançon. 5. The significance of Innocent III's decretal Vergentis. 6. Dies ortus imperii. 7. The decline of the Chancellor's authority in medieval Cambridge. 8. The curial exequies for Edward I and Edward III. 9. A decision of the Rota Romana on the benefit of clergy in England. 10. De Bartoli sententia. 11. The University of Cambridge and the Great Schism. 12. The recognition of St Bridget's Rule by Martin V. 13. Eugenius IV, Cardinal Kemp and Archbishop Chichele. 14. Thomas Becket's miraculous oil. 15. The legal validity of the papal electoral pacts. 16. Julius II and the schismatic cardinals. 17. The medieval papal court as an international tribunal. 18. The Papacy as an institution of government in the Middle Ages.
Includes original pagings. Reprints of articles in English or German, originally published between 1952 and 1973.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographies and index.