Archbishop Pole by John Edwards

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By John Edwards

This clean exploration of the existence, paintings and writing of Archbishop Pole, focuses fairly on Pole's ultimate years (1556-58) as Archbishop of Canterbury. totally integrating Pole's English and Continental eu reports, John Edwards locations those of their ancient context and signposts classes for modern concerns and concerns.Stressing the occasions and personality of Pole's 'English' lifestyles, as much as his exile within the 1530s, in addition to in his ultimate years in England (1554-58), this e-book explores his shut dating, either genealogical and emotional, with Henry VIII and Mary I. Portraying Pole as a very important determine within the Catholic-Protestant department, which nonetheless impacts Britain this day, this ebook information the 1st, and up to now final, try and repair Roman Catholicism because the 'national faith' of britain and Wales through telling the life-story of the hinge determine in forging English non secular and political id for a number of centuries. the ultimate portion of this publication attracts jointly vital and illuminating resource fabric written through Pole in the course of his years as Archbishop of Canterbury.

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Fletcher, ‘The faculty of arts’, in McConica, History of the University of Oxford, 3, pp. 157–199, at pp. 157–160. 17 McConica, ‘The rise of the undergraduate college’, pp. 17–23. 18 OEE, 6, pp. 191–192; Mayer, PPP, p. 425. L. King, Venetian patriotism in an age of patrician dominance (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1986), p. 182. 20 In the Paduan circle which included Leonico, the Plantagenet Reginald also came into contact with Italian republican ideas, both from Venice and from Florence.

878. 54 Mayer, ‘Fate worse than death’, CPEC, XI, p. 880. 55 Knecht, Renaissance warrior, p. 144. 52 Archbishop Pole 24 punish and suppress those whom they believed to be deviating from it, the Paris theologians often acted in alliance with the lawyers, both in the university itself and in the senior legal body in Paris, the Parlement. 56 The resulting heated atmosphere in the Paris theology faculty would not help Pole and his colleagues to obtain a decision favourable to Henry, in his ‘great matter’.

The syndic ignored this, however, and with Dr Garay continued to collect members’ signatures in favour of Catherine. Amidst much controversy and turmoil, the opposing sides continued to round up supporters, until, on 4 February 1530, the faculty decided in a vote that it was only discrediting itself with this kind of horse-trading, and forbade such collecting of members’ signatures in future. All the names of those in favour of allowing the divorce were handed for safe keeping to Gervais Wain, who was an agent of Guillaume du Bellay, and of his brother Jean, bishop of Bayonne.

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