A Handbook of Italian Renaissance Painting

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APPENDIX

a. THE POPES AT ROME, 1261-1555
POPE ACCESSION
Urban IV( Jacques Pantaleon) 1261
Clement IV( Gui Foulques) 1265
No Pope 1268-71
Gregory X( Tebaldo Visconti) 1271
Nicholas III( Giovanni GaetanoOrsini) 1277
Martin IV( Simon Mompitié de Brion) 1281
Honorius IV( Jacopo Savelli) 1285
Nicholas IV( Girolamo Masci) 1288
No Pope 1292-94
Boniface VIII( Benedetto Gaetano) 1294
Benedict XI( Niccolò Boccasini) 1303
Clement V( Bertrandde Gouth) 1305
Babylonian Captivity at Avignon: 1309-77
No Pope 1314-16
John XXII( Jacques Duòse) 1316
Benedict XII( Jacques Fournier) 1334
Clement VI( Pierre Roger) 1342
Innocent VI( Etienne Aubert) 1352
Urban V( Guillaume Grimoardde Beauvoir) 1362
Gregory XI( Pierre Rogerde Beaufort) 1370
Great Schism: 1378-1417
The Schismatic Popes at Avignon:
Clement VII( Robertde Geneva) 1378-94
Benedict XIII( Pedro de Luna) 1394-1423
Urban VI( Bartolommeo Prignano) 1378
Boniface IX( Pietro Tomacelli) 1389
Innocent VII( Cosimodei Migliorati) 1404
Gregory XII( Angelo Coriaro) 1406
Alexander V( Petros Filargis) 1409
(Pisan Pope,i.e.Elected by Councilof Pisa)
John XXIII( Baldassare Cossa) 1410
(Pisan Pope)
Martin V( Oddo Colonna) 1417
Eugenius IV( Gabriel Condulmieri) 1431
(Antipope: Felice V,Amadeus of Savoy) ( 1439-49)
Nicholas V( Tomaso Parentucelli) 1447
Calixtus III( Alfonso de Borgia) 1455
Pius II( Enea Silviode'Piccolomini) 1458
Paul II( Pietro Barbo) 1464
Sixtus IV( Francescodella Rovere) 1471
Innocent VIII( Giovanni BattistaCibo) 1484
Alexander VI( Rodrigo Borgia) 1492
Pius III( Francesco Nanni Todeschini-Piccolomini) 1503

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Book I 1
  • Book II 65
  • Book III 215
  • Appendix 309
  • Table of Important Historical Events 315
  • Selected Works from Italian Renaissance Literature. 317
  • Important Literary Sources for Italian Renaissance Painting 321
  • Indices 339
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