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political role of the Orsini family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII

barons and factions in the Papal States

by Shaw, Christine Dr.

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Published by Istituto storico italiano per il Medio Evo in Roma .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Orsini family.,
  • Nobility -- Italy -- Papal States.,
  • Papal States -- History -- 1417-1605.,
  • Papal States -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementChristine Shaw.
    SeriesNuovi studi storici -- 73
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG797.7 .S48 2007
    The Physical Object
    Pagination289 p. :
    Number of Pages289
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16369807M
    ISBN 108889190396
    ISBN 109788889190395
    LC Control Number2007490672

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Political role of the Orsini family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII by Shaw, Christine Dr. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Political Role of the Orsini Family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII: Barons and Factions in the Papal States Volume 73 of Nuovi studi storici: 73, ISSN Author: Christine Shaw: Publisher: Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo, Original from: the University of Michigan: Digitized: ISBN: Get this from a library.

The political role of the Orsini family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII: barons and factions in the Papal States. [Christine Shaw, (Italian Renaissance historian)]. Bibliography. Christine Shaw, The Political Role of the Orsini Family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII: Barons and Factions in the Papal States (Roma: Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo, ).

Lorenzo Cardella, Memorie storiche de' Cardinali della Santa Romana. The Orsini family was one of the noble Roman families that played an important part in politics from the Middle Ages until the 18th family can be traced back to the early Middle Ages, and possibly goes back to the Roman period.

They were hereditary enemies of the Colonna family, and usually stood on the side of the Pope in the many conflicts that arose. Origins. According to their family legend, the Orsini are descended from the Julio-Claudian dynasty of ancient Orsini carried on a political feud with the Colonna family for centuries in Rome, until it was stopped by Papal Bull in Inthe heads of both families married nieces of Pope Sixtus V.

The Orsini were related to the Bobone family existing in Rome in the 11th y: Italy, Former countries, Kingdom of Italy. Among the cardinals of the Orsini family who were distinguished in the history of the Church, as well as in ecclesiastico-political history, the following are especially worthy of mention: (1) MATTEO ROSSO ORSINI, nephew of Cardinal Gaetano Orsini (later Pope Nicholas III), created a cardinal by Urban IV in December, ; d.

4 Sept.,   The Orsini also carried on a political feud with the Colonna family until by Papal Bull it was stopped in ; in the Chiefs of both families married the nieces of Pope Sixtus V. The Orsini were related to the Boboni family existing in Rome in the 11th century. The first members had in fact always doubled surname of Boboni-Orsini.

Pope Sixtus IV (21 July – 12 August ), born Francesco della Rovere, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 9 August to his death. His accomplishments as pope included the construction of the Sistine Chapel and the creation of the Vatican Archives.A patron of the arts, he brought together the group of artists who ushered the Early Renaissance into Created cardinal: 18 Septemberby Paul II.

A woman of the Orsini family likewise played an important political role in the seventeenth century: MARIE ANNE, née de laTrémoille, b. Her first husband was Talleyrand, Prince de Chalais, after whose death she married Flavio Orsini, Duke of Bracciano, who remained loyal to Pope Innocent XI in his difficulties with Louis XIV of : ALAN LAMONT.

Pompeo Colonna (12 May – 28 June ) was an Italian noble, condottiero, politician, and the culmination of his career he was Viceroy of the Kingdom of Naples () for the Emperor Charles V.

Born in Rome, he was the son of Girolamo Colonna, whose father Antonio was second Prince of Salerno; and Vittoria Conti, of the Conti de e: Archbishop of Monreale.

CARDINALS OF THE ORSINI FAMILY. Among the cardinals of the Orsini family who were distinguished in the history of the Church, as well as in ecclesiastico-political history, the following are especially worthy of mention: (1) MATTEO ROSSO ORSINI, nephew of Cardinal Gaetano Orsini (later Pope Nicholas III), created a cardinal by Urban IV in December, ; d.

4 Sept., (according to. The Orsini also carried on a political feud with the Colonna family until by Papal Bull it was stopped in ; in the Chiefs of both families married the nieces of Pope Sixtus V.

The Orsini were related to the Boboni family existing in Rome in the 11th century. The first members had in fact always doubled surname of Boboni-Orsini.

This magisterial study proposes a revised and innovative view of the political history of Renaissance Italy. Drawing on comparative examples from across the peninsula and the kingdoms of Sicily, Sardinia and Corsica, an international team of leading scholars highlights the complexity and variety of.

(2) NAPOLEONE ORSINI, son of Rinaldo, a brother of Pope Nicholas III, b. ; d. at Avignon, Ma In his youth he embraced the ecclesiastical state, was appointed papal chaplain by Honorius IV (), was created Cardinal Deacon of S.

Adriano by Nicholas IV in May,and later, under Clement V was named archpriest of St. Peter’: Catholic Answers. Early life. He was born in Gravina in Puglia, the eldest of six sons of Ferdinando III Orsini, duke of Gravina, and Giovanna Frangipani della Tolfa, from Toritto.A member of the Orsini of Rome, he was the third and last member of that family to become Pope.

At the age of eighteen he resigned his inheritance and entered the Dominican Order where he received the name of "Vincenzo Maria".Predecessor: Innocent XIII. Pope Clement VII (Italian: Papa Clemente VII; Latin: Clemens VII) (26 May – 25 September ), born Giulio di Giuliano de' Medici, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 19 November to his death on 25 September “ The most unfortunate of the Popes,” Clement VII’s reign was marked by a rapid succession of political, military, and religious Successor: Paul III.

The Orsini of Pitigliano, last descendants of the Gentile line, died out in full decline in With the election to the papacy of Martin V (), a member of the Colonna family, the influence of the Orsini dynasty in Rome and of the other great Roman families is radically changed.

The political role of the Orsini family from Sixtus IV to Clement VII Shaw, Christine. - Roma () 3: The political role of the Orsini family in the Papal States, c. Shaw, Christine. - [University of Oxford] () 8: Francis I, Charles V and the Roman Barons Shaw, Christine.

Pope Benedict XIII (Latin: Benedictus XIII; 2 February – 21 February ), born Pietro Francesco Orsini and later called Vincenzo Maria Orsini, was head of the Catholic Church and ruler of the Papal States from 29 May to his death in A Dominican friar, Orsini focused on his religious responsibilities as bishop rather than on papal administration.

Orsini, Pier Francesco, Duke of Bomarzo (Pier Francesco Vicino Orsini, Duke of Bomarzo) (c–84).Italian connoisseur. Like many others of his illustrious family, he was a patron of the arts. He commissioned the celebrated Parco dei Mostri at Bomarzo, near Viterbo (begun ), which he called sacro bosco (sacred wood or grove), implying that it was far more than a place of relaxation and.

The Orsini also carried on a political feud with the Colonna family until by Papal Bull it was stopped in ; in the Chiefs of both families married the nieces of Pope Sixtus V.

The Orsini were related to the Boboni family existing in Rome in the 11th century.9 This may be about to change, with the recent publication of C. Shaw, The Political Role of the Orsini Family from Sixtus IV to Clement VIL Barons and Factions in the Papal States (Istituto Storico Italiano per il Medio Evo, Nuovi studi storici 73) (Rome, ).

10 MA Altieri, Li nuptiali, ed. E. Narducci (Florence, ). Pope Sixtus IV. Born on 21 July as Francesco della Rovere, Pope Sixtus IV acted as the head of the Catholic Church between 9 August and 12 Augustthe day he died.

He is known as the pope who had Sistine Chapel and Sistine Bridge built.