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This index section contains the list of all sites and places in Rome that occur in the book Reclaiming Rome: Cardinals in the Fifteenth Century. The fifteenth century started badly for the cardinals. They were blamed for keeping the popes in Avignon for much of the fourteenth century instead of letting them return to Rome. The first half of the fifteenth century was a period of consolidation for the popes and their cardinals following the exile and schism. Most of all, the papal court had to resettle in Rome and forge close links-both practical and symbolic-with the city. The book focuses on reclaiming Rome as papal city that period.

Keywords:cardinal; Rome



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