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Re: Council of Constance

Thanks very much, that gives insight into Marziano. We should assume that his loyalty to Milan and the Visconti meant that he could no longer support Gregory XII after he made the end of the schism impossible by creating cardinals loyal only to him. Marziano probably also had a personal relationship...

Re: Council of Constance

After 4 May 1408 and before 2 Feburary 1409. On 4 May in Lucca, Gregory authorized the rule for a an order of hermits that Marziano was a witness to. Shortly after in this month, Gregory created new cardinals. Since he had sworn an oath at his election, which included the promise not to create new c...

Re: Council of Constance

I persecuted the word "Mailand" in the 3 Richental editions A-K-G. I attempted to find something about Marziano da Tortona. The result was negative. The only Milanese person in the Richental text is an archbishop of Milan "Niclaus", but the real archbishop of the time was another person. **********...

Re: Council of Constance

I sometimes wonder if Marziano attended Constance. There is no record of him in 1415 at all. He was a witness to an act of fealty to Filippo Maria in Milan on 5 November 1414, and we don't see him again until 17 February 1416 in Milan, when is a witness to an extension of Filippo Maria's truce with ...

Re: I Germini sopra quaranta meretrice : new critical edition

Thanks for your review of Romei, Nathaniel. I have noticed it, looked for a few remarks, but have not otherwise studied it. Your comments are very good. Send me your' email privately and I'll mail your a PDF of Marco's translation (Italian-English). I'd post it, but I don't have time to format it co...

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