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1 D. V/illiman, 'Summary justice in the Avignonese Camera', p. 4.
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Then, in February 1296, Gaetani purchased the papacy from the cardinals for 7000 gold .
“A History of Christianity”
Why the decline of the Papacy? The Papacy goes into captivity at Avignon. Summary.
a clear and helpful historical summary by a German Catholic scholar .

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Avignon Papacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Avignon Papacy was the period from 1305 to 1378 during which seven Popes resided in Avignon, in modern-day France.
In summary, Innocent said no King can rule unless he submits to the Pope. He lived it out, Boniface VII and Avignon: the decline of the papacy.
The Avignon Papacy
The Avignon Papacy refers to the period from 1309 to 1378 when the seat of the papacy was in Avignon, France.
Avignon Papacy
Avignon Papacy from Medieval France |
Dec 31, 1995 Avignon Papacy from Medieval France. Avignon Papacy summary with 8 pages of research material.

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