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- outrage at Anagni. This was the framework of what can be called the 'French plot', as exem- plified in the chronicles of Agnolo di Tura and Giovanni Villani.
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- After 1308, in the „Outrage of Anagni“, it came more and more under the control of the French king and finally left Rome and settled in Avignon. Henry VII.
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- In 1303, the French king Philip the Fair accused Boniface VIII of heresy and corruption, in an episode which became known as the “Slap (or Outrage) of Anagni” .