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This chapter presents a discussion on the return of Cardinal Cervantes' - ritual and law. After changing Lodovico Pontanos from the legate party to camp of the open enemies of Pope Eugene IV. seemed to maintain client relationship to Cardinal Juan Cervantes. The Council debate was conducted on two levels. While representatives of the Cardinal in the refusal of the apostolic insignia saw a defamation of their Lord, discussion drew mainly Panormitanus rather in a legal direction. Through the suspension, the exercise of papal authority has been transferred to the council. Lodovico Pontano speeches are paraphrased not only in the Council Chronicle of John of Segovia, but also in the contemporary Cracow manuscript. On April 24, Pontano reappeared against the General Congregation and has main argument on the Rules of Procedure of the Council of Basel. original text of the chapter is in German. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Cardinal Cervantes; Council of Basel; Cracow manuscript; General Congregation; Lodovico Pontanos; Tod Und



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