Sapientiae immarcessibilis

A Diplomatic and Comparative Study of the Bull of Foundation of the University of Louvain (December 9 1425)

Erik Van Mingroot

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The University of Louvain (Leuven) was founded by Pope Martin V (1417. 1431) with his bull Sapientie Immarcessibilis (Sacrosanct Wisdom) on December 9, 1425, at the request of the city of Louvain, Johannes IV of Burgundy, Duke of Brabant, and the collegial chapter of St. Peter in Louvain.

Dossier • Inventory • Text and Translation • Transmission • The Fifteenth Century • The Sixteenth Century • The Seventeenth Century • The Eighteenth Century • The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries • Dictamen • The Intitulatio • The Perpetuatio • The Arenga • The Petitio I • The Expositio I • The Expositio II • The Petitio II • The Dispositio I • The Dispositio II • The Dispositio III • The Derogatio • The Annullatio • The Prohibitio • The Comminatio • The Datatio • Authenticity • The Engrossment • The Formula • The Composition • The Contents • The Tradition • The Authoritativeness • Epilogue • Bibliography • List of Illustrations • Index

Format: Monograph - free ebook - PDF

Size: 240 × 160 mm

ISBN: 9789061866206

Publication: January 01, 1994

Series: Mediaevalia Lovaniensia - Series 1-Studia 25

Languages: English

Stock item number: 46198

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