Pope Pius III judgment review, 1500.
1 item (1 leaf)
- Excommunication -- Catholic Church.
Real property -- Italy.
Florence (Italy) -- History -- 1421-1737.
Siena (Italy) -- History -- 16th century.
- Legal documents.
Manuscripts, Latin -- 16th century.
- In Latin.
- Review and restatement of a judgment dated Nov. 13, 1499 (Ms. Coll. 742, Folder 114), written Apr. 8, 1500. The judgment itself is pronounced by Francesco di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini, then cardinal of Siena, later Pope Pius III, in the name of the Catholic Church and Pope Alexander VI summoning the help of all authorities - ecclesiastic and secular - in the republics of Florence and Siena. The judgment also condemns 5 Florentine citizens for disobeying letters of excommunication and deprives them of their lands. On the verso of this restatement, the apostolic notary gives a detailed account of the confiscated property demanding that in each case the persons occupying them move within 30 days on pain of ecclesiastical censures and, if necessary, be evicted by force.
- This oversize item is stored in a map drawer.
- Penn Provenance:
- Formerly owned by Frederick North, Earl of Guilford, and Sir Thomas Phillipps (part of ms. 6067).
- Cited in:
- From collection described in Zacour, Norman P. and Hirsch, Rudolf. Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Libraries of the University of Pennsylvania to 1800 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1965), p. 163 (Ms. Lea 71).
- Alexander VI, Pope, 1431-1503.
North, Frederick, Earl of Guilford, 1766-1827, former owner.
Phillipps, Thomas, Sir, 1792-1872, former owner.
- Contained In:
- Piccolomini Family Papers. Folder 115
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