Lecture 28-Avignon Papacy&Great Schism

Lecture 28-Avignon Papacy&Great Schism - Papes The...

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The Avignon Papacy (aka Babylonian Captivity,  the Great Western Schism  (1378-1417) Key terms : Avignon Papacy Great Schism Conciliarists Jan Hus indulgences Council of Constance Pope Martin V Topics : Avignon Papacy Great Schism Conciliarism Dissension Lay Piety
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Unformatted text preview: Papes The Avignon Papacy Pope Urbanus VI “Antipope” Clement VII The Great Schism Marsiglio of Padua (ca. 1275-1342) William of Occam (1289?-1347?) John Wyclif (1330-1384) Jan Hus (1372-1415) Sigismund of Luxemburg Pope Martin V (L. 1368-1431, Pope...
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