Popes and Antipopes: The Politics of Eleventh Century Church Reform

Voorkant
BRILL, 9 dec. 2011 - 284 pagina's
Concentrating on the popes and the antipopes, this book examines the perturbations of ecclesiastical reform from the mid-eleventh century to the reign of Gregory VII, pointing out what factors other than reform influenced the main personae. It demonstrates how a weak papacy reversed power with a strong empire.
 

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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
1
1 Imperial Authority over Papal Elections
9
2 Henry IIIs Popes
21
The Normans and the Byzantines
33
4 Victor II and Stephen IX
51
Romans Versus Reformers
69
6 Nicholas II 10591061
83
Papal Electoral Decree and Break with the Regency
95
10 The Election of Cadalus Honorius II
133
11 Conflict in Rome and the Abduction of Henry IV
151
12 From Kaiserswerth to Mantua
169
13 The Council of Mantua
191
14 Instability Following Mantua
205
15 Ambivalence and Self Interest
219
Conclusion The State of the Papacy at the End of the Schism
243
Bibliography
249

The Normans and the Collapse of Imperial Amity
109
9 The Election of Alexander II 10611073
119

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