A History of the Council of Trent, Volume I: The Struggle by Hubert Jedin

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295 ff. , 340 ff. For a verdict on the Commentarius de rebus Basileae gestis, written in 1 447, and after he had changed sides, see Cone. , VOL. I, pp . 1 5 ff. V I C T O RY OF THE P A P ACY O V ER T H E R E F ORM CO U NC I L S papae, declined the cover of anonymity. The greatest canonist of the period, Niccolo Tudeschi, made a bold stand for the Council in his apologia directed against Cardinal Cesarini. 3 However, when we examine the survey of the bibliography, incomplete though it is, with which the studious Lorenzo of Arezzo p refaces his great compilation of 1 440,4 with a view to ascertaining the attitude of particular writers to the question of authority, we find that the number of the defenders of papal primacy 1 Of the utmost importance is the answer to Cesarini's declaration beginning with the words "Maximum onus", written early in 1 438, Mansi, VOL.

Indeed, even in 1 508 one of the assistant clergy at the parish church of St Michael in 17 September 1 448, F. J. Bianco, Geschichte der alten 1 Cologne to Cracow, Universitat Koln, VOL. I, ii (Cologne 1 855), pp. 242 ff. ; Codex dipl. universitatis Cracoviensis, VOL. II, pp. 86 ff. 2 Codex dipl. universitatis Cracoviensis, VOL. 11, p. 94· 3 J . Aschbach, Geschichte der Wiener Universitat, VOL. I (Vienna 1 865), pp. ; Bressler, Die Stellung der deutschen Universitiiten, pp. 72 ff. 4 Historia rerum Friderici tertii imperatoris (Strasbourg 1 685), p.

For Torquemada's views on the secular power see H. P. , XII ( 1 942), pp. 247-78. 29 THE COUNC IL OF TRENT Dominican, Antonino o f Florence, he would have thrown his weight into the scales as a theologian and as a cardinal in favour of the reform which it was the duty of the Popes of the restoration to carry through. But of such an attempt there is no trace in the Summa. Torquemada lived long enough to witness the wonderful ascendancy which the Papacy gained from the middle of the century onwards.

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