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Die Aussenbeziehungen der römischen Kurie unter Paul V. Borghese (1605-1621) /
herausgegeben von Alexander Koller.
imprint
Tübingen : M. Niemeyer, 2008.
description
xvi, 527 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
3484821159 (cl.), 9783484821156 (cl.)
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imprint
Tübingen : M. Niemeyer, 2008.
isbn
3484821159 (cl.)
9783484821156 (cl.)
general note
Papers presented at a conference held May 18-20, 2005 at the Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rome.
language note
Contributions in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
catalogue key
6753919
 
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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"[…] ein vorzüglicher, international besetzter Sammelband […]."Heinz Schilling in: Geschichte in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 10/2010 "Taken together, this volume demonstrates eloquently the range of issues and themes that engagement with the archieval traces generated by papal diplomacy can illuminate."Simon Ditchfield in: The Catholic Historical Review 7/2010 "Mag auch der 400. Jahrestag des Pontifikalantritts Pauls V. den äußeren Anlass für die Entstehung des vorliegenden Bandes geboten haben, seine Bedeutung als Bestandsaufnahme im Stimulans für die Forschung reicht über dieses Jubiläum hinaus."Bernward Schmidt in: Zeitschrift für die Historische Forschung 4/2009
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This collection documents the contributions made to an international colloquium organized in Rome in 2005 by the German Historical Institute on the subject of the international relations entertained by the Roman curia under Paul V Borghese. The proceedings were based on the three-volume edition of the main directives of this pontificate by Silvano Giordano published in 2003. Alongside more general issues (implementation of the reforms adopted at the Council of Trent, jurisdiction, military matters, the relationship between micro- and macro-politics), there is also discussion of the (confessional) political contacts between Rome and the main territories of the orbis catholicus (legations, nunciatures), including those outside Europe.

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