By Ferdinand Gregorovius, Annie Hamilton
Ferdinand Gregorovius (1821-1891) used to be a celebrated German medieval historian. After learning philosophy and theology on the collage of K?nigsberg, Gregorovius moved to Rome in 1852, and have become immersed in studying the medieval heritage of town. First released in 1872, his huge learn of medieval Rome was once the 1st smooth account of the topic, and have become the normal reference. This English translation of the fourth German version seemed among 1894 and 1902. In his paintings Gregorovius discusses the political, social and cultural adjustments within the urban from four hundred to 1534, making huge use of fundamental resources. Gregorovius additionally comprises the Renaissance in his research, displaying how medieval proposal and occasions encouraged political and cultural existence and inspiration throughout the Renaissance. quantity 7, half 1 covers the interval 1421-1496 and examines the of the town and the method of city renewal.
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Vita Eugenii, where the date of the month must be corrected. Improba domus sive progenies de Columna, says Eugenius, and he quotes the sentence of Boniface VIII. 30 ROME IN THE FIFTEENTH CENTURY. [BK. XIII. 1 Eugenius had thus the satisfaction of having humiliated the mightiest family of Rome; but at the same time he made vindictive enemies. Jacopo of Vico, the city prefect and an ally of the Colonnas, had also been involved in the war, and Niccolo Fortebraccio, then Captain of the Church, and John Vitelleschi, Bishop of Recanati, had driven him from his property to Tuscany.
IV. , ii. 328. George Voigt (Enea Silvio Piccolomini ah Papst Phis II. und sein Zeitaller, Berlin, 1856, vol. ) has treated the Council of Basle well and clearly. See also Aschbach's Geschichte Kaiser SigismnncPs, vol. iv. 3 Martene, Ampl. , viii. 579. Goldast, iii. 431. CH. ] SIGISMUND'S CORONATION. 37 summoned the King from Viterbo to Rome. 1 On May 21, 1433, he rode into the city mounted on a white horse and under a gold baldacchino; a gentleman of benign aspect, with greyish beard, dignified and urbane.
Mich. Catalani, de vita et scriptis Dom, Capranicae, Fermo, 1793. CH. ] EUGENIUS IV. AND THE COLONNA. 29 nised an enemy. In proportion to the love which Martin V. had received in Rome, was the hatred encountered by Eugenius. A conspiracy was discovered, by the terms of which it had been arranged that S. Angelo was to be surprised, and the Pope put to death or expelled with the Orsini. 2 Queen Joanna sent troops under Jacopo Caldora; but, bribed by the Orsini, this captain soon ceased to take any steps.
History of the City of Rome in the Middle Ages by Ferdinand Gregorovius, Annie Hamilton