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Dum Diversas

Nicholas issued the bull "Dum Diversas" (June 18, 1452) in response to a request from the Portuguese monarchy.

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THE ATLANTIC CONTEXT OF RACIAL SLAVERY, 1492-1629
1452 when Pope Nicholas V issued the bull, Dum Diversas, which granted King Afonso.
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Apr 30, 2010 The Papal Bull (letter from the Pope to the church) titled Dum diversas of 1452 from.
Economic and Social Council
Feb 4, 2010 the Holy See, notably the papal bulls Dum diversas and Romanus .
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Através da Bula Dum Diversas, de 16 de junho de 1452, o papa Nicolau declara ao Rei de Portugal, Afonso V: “...
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Apr 27, 2009 (Bull Dum Diversas, 1452).

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pagans and any other unbelievers and enemies of Christ wherever they may be, as well as their kingdoms, duchies, counties, principalities, and other property and to reduce their persons into perpetual slavery.” (Dum Diversas, Pope Nicholas V, 1452).

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Dum Diversas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dum Diversas is a papal bull issued on June 18, 1452 by Pope Nicholas V, that is credited by some with "ushering in the West African slave trade.
Popes For Slavery - Romanus Pontifex by Pope Nicholas V
Pope Nicholas V issued the papal bull Dum Diversas on 18 June, 1452 .
Unam Sanctam Catholicam: Dum Diversas (English Translation)
Dum Diversas - Papal Bull 1452 - Catholic Answers Forums
Dum Diversas - Papal Bull 1452 Apologetics. The latest concerns Papal Bulls in general and Dum Diversas(1452) in particular.
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Dum Diversas is a papal bull issued on June 18, 1452 by Pope Nicholas V, that is credited by some with "ushering in the West African slave trade.

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