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This index presents a list of person names and place names discussed in this book Lodovico Pontano (ca. 1409-1439) Eine Juristenkarriere an Universität, Fürstenhof, Kurie und Konzil. The entries are arranged in alphabetical order from A to X. The person list indexes the modern authors under the surnames and the persons of pre-modern under the forenames. The person and place names are represented in the notation found in all sources. References to persons who have become popes are classified under the pope name. The place list contains the institutions, important offices and councils. Lodovico Pontano led from the universities of Bologna, Florence, Rome and Siena, the Roman curia and the court of Alfonso V of Aragón to the Council of Basel where he became rapidly one of the major conciliarist leaders. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Alfonso V; conciliarist; Council of Basel; Lodovico Pontano

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