|LC Classifications||BX830.1438 .G5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 297 p.|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||65002068|
OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: The Council of Florence: a success that failed --Joseph II, Patriarch of Constantinople --Pope Eugenius IV --Cardinal Bessarion --Mark Eugenicus, Metropolitan of Ephesus --Isidore, Metropolitan of Kiev and all Russia --George Scholarius --Cardinal Giulano Cesarini --John VIII Paelologus --The printed editions of the Patrica. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gill, Joseph, Personalities of the Council of Florence, and other essays. New York, Barnes & Noble [, ©]. : Personalities of the Council of Florence () by GILL, and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.4/5(1). Personalities at the Council of Florence and Other Essays. Joseph Gill. Francis Oakley. Speculum 41 (1) () Similar books and articles. The Greeks in the Council of Florence. Joseph Gill - - New Blackfriars 41 The Ethics of Selling Personalities. Andrew Brown - - .
Originally published in , this book provides a detailed study of the Council of Florence (originally known as the Council of Basel). The existence of the Council, which operated in various forms from until the mid-fifteenth century, constituted a key event in the history of the Church, the repercussions of which can be seen in the development of the Reformation. ECUMENICAL COUNCIL OF FLORENCE () Contents. Introduction Sessions () Sessions () Sessions () Session 11 () Session 12 () Session 13 () Session 14 () Council of Basel. Introduction. Basel had been designated as the place for this ecumenical council by the abortive council of Pavia — Siena ( Council of Florence (Basle-Ferrara-Florence) A.D. part nine. Hence they are not repeated in the same person. The other four, however, do not imprint a character and can be repeated. the diaconate by the giving of the book of the gospels; the subdiaconate by the handing over of an empty chalice with an empty paten on it; and. Council of Florence (Basle-Ferrara-Florence) A.D. or of some other interval if perhaps this should reasonably be determined by the council, the Roman pontiff in person or through his legate or legates, and the archbishop in whose province or diocese the council is to be held and all the prelates who are within four days' journey.
The glory of the Italian Renaissance came not only from Europe's Latin heritage, but also from the rich legacy of another renaissance - the palaeologan of late Byzantium. This nexus of Byzantine and Latin cultural and ecclesiastical relations in the Renaissance and Medieval periods is the underlying theme of the diverse and far-ranging essays in Constantinople and the West.1/5(1). The Council of Florence (A.D. ) From Cantate Domino — Papal Bull of Pope Eugene IV It believes, professes, and proclaims that one person of the Trinity. true God, Son of God born from the Father, consubstantial and coeternal with the Father, in the plenitude of time which the inscrutable depth of divine counsel has disposed for. Essay about Renaissance Figures Words | 12 Pages. Renaissance Figures Cosimo de' Medici, also known as Cosimo the Elder, lived from He was the first Medici to rule Florence. He was exiled from Florence in , but he returned in and doubled his wealth through banking. An illustration of a person's head and chest. Sign up | Log in. An illustration of a computer application window Wayback Machine. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Full text of "The History of the Council of Florence" See other formats.