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Nicola Bari (1195-1266)," ed. Francesco Nitti di Vito, 89-91, no. 57. ― 72 ― nections, the nature of their jurisdiction is generally unclear. There is occasional evidence of the priests of an area acting as a corporate unit, as if they considered themselves members of some sort of territorial archpresbytery. In a case of tithe disputed between Nicola archbishop of Salerno and the priests of Eboli, which the curia of Honorius III delegated to be heard by the archbishop of Amalfi (Giovanni) and the bishop of Sarno (Giovanni III), the priests acted together.
Sheehan, The Will in Medieval England , Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Studies and Texts, 6 (Toronto, 1963), particularly 258-265. ― 56 ― three sets of executors: York dignitaries for the archbishopric; west country clerics for the diocese of Worcester; cardinals and Stefano da San Giorgio for the curia and Italy. On 15 November 1286 Hugh's will was witnessed and sealed by several members of the British, or insular, colony in Rome: Richard (Corre), bishop of Lismore in the province of Cashel; Ralph, archdeacon of Wiltshire; Ralph de Bosco, papal chaplain and canon of Dunkeld; William Brun, earlier a proctor at Rome and here described as Hugh's chaplain.
Pietro of Assisi, as the Cistercian proctor at Rome, found his complement in the Cistercian cardinal, John of Toledo.  Although John was more apparently Cistercian  Langton, cardinal priest of San Crisogono (1206-1207) (see below, Chapter III); Curzon, cardinal priest of Santo Stefano in Monte Celio (1216-1219); Somercote, cardinal deacon of Sant'Eustachio (1239-1241) see also Sayers, "Canterbury Proctors," 324-326; Toledo, cardinal priest of San Lorenzo in Lucina (1244-1262) and cardinal bishop of Porto (1262-1275); Kilwardby, cardinal bishop of Porto (April 1278-September 1279); for a convenient guide to the cardinalate see Conrad Eubel, Hierarchia catholica medii aevi , 1 (Münster, 1913), 3-13.
Two Churches: England and Italy in the Thirteenth Century, With an additional essay by the Author. by Robert Brentano