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Philip the Fair and Boniface VIII : state vs. papacy

Author: Charles T Wood
Publisher: New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967
Series: European problem studies.
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Named Person: Boniface, Pope; Philip, King of France; VIII ) Bonifatius (Papst; König IV ) Philipp (Frankreich
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles T Wood
OCLC Number: 387150
Description: viii, 116 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The new challenge to medieval papalism / A.C. Flick --
Benedict Gaetani: ambitious schemer / Adrien Baillet --
The unscrupulous accession of Boniface VIII / Giovanni Villani --
Benedict Gaetani: the church's salvation / Philip Hughes --
The importance of Italian affairs / Edgar Boutaric --
The power politics of France / Charles-Victor Langlois --
The legitimacy of Boniface VIII / Jean Leclercq --
The hostile sovereigns at the brink / Félix Rocquain --
The papacy renews its strength / Philip Hughes --
The pope's political dynamite / T.S.R. Boase --
Boniface's theological conservatism / Jean Rivière --
Anagni: a well-deserved punishment / Jules Michelet --
Boniface VIII: a peaceful man at the end / T.S.R. Boase --
Philip the Fair: the unknown king / Charles-Victor Langlois --
Philip the Fair: a worshiper of monarchical authority / Robert Fawtier --
Halfway house from Gregory VII to Luther / Mandell Creighton --
The culmination of medieval papalism / F.M. Powicke.
Series Title: European problem studies.
Responsibility: edited by Charles T. Wood.

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