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UGOLINO
PALACE
THREE DAYS
ROMAN EMPERORS
CATHEDRAL
EXCOMMUNICATE
NOGARET
CITY
LATIUM
CANON
CARDINALS
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POPE BONIFACE VIII
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POPE
BONIFACE
GAETA
ANAGNI
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Definitions

  1. Anagni is an ancient town and comune in Latium, central Italy, in the hills east-southeast of Rome. (Web site)
  2. Anagni was also the summer residence of the popes until recently. (Web site)
  3. The name of Anagni is particularly connected to the events of Boniface VIII, the fourth Pope of the city, a member of the powerful Caetani Family.

Ugolino

  1. Ugo (Ugolino) di Segni was born around 1145 at Anagni in the Campagna region of Italy. (Web site)

Palace

  1. The Pope was captured in his palace at Anagni in September 1303, by the French and Italian soldiers led by Guglielmo di Nogaret and Sciarra Colonna.

Three Days

  1. Threatened, but not maltreated, the pope had remained three days under arrest when the citizens of Anagni freed him.
  2. He was freed three days later by the population of Anagni. (Web site)

Roman Emperors

  1. The imperial crown above the crest and the imperial robe signifies Anagni was a famous and important residence of the Roman Emperors. (Web site)

Cathedral

  1. In some churches the aisles have an apse too as in this image of the cathedral of Anagni. (Web site)

Excommunicate

  1. The breach subsequently became wider, and Adrian was about to excommunicate the emperor when he died at Anagni on September 1, 1159.

Nogaret

  1. In 1303 Philip's minister Guillaume de Nogaret met Boniface at Anagni; there he held the Pope prisoner and insulted and abused him. (Web site)

City

  1. By forced marches they reached Anagni, where the Pope was staying, and broke into the city. (Web site)

Latium

  1. The barons of the Latium, embittered by the rise of the Gaetani family upon their losses, joined with the conspirators, as also did the people of Anagni.

Canon

  1. He was the younger son of a minor noble family, the Caetani Family, and became a canon of the cathedral in Anagni in his teens. (Web site)

Cardinals

  1. One by one the cardinals went to Anagni in France to vacation. (Web site)

Rome

  1. He studied canon law at Rome, became vicar-general at Anagni and later at Fano, and in 1800 was appointed bishop of Montalto. (Web site)
  2. During the reign of Pope Celestine III (1191-1198), a member of the House of Orsini, enemies of the counts of Segni, he left Rome to live in Anagni. (Web site)

Pope Boniface Viii

  1. At the time of the seizing of Pope Boniface VIII at Anagni, Boccasini was one of only two cardinals to defend the papal party in the Lateran Palace itself.

Italy

  1. They lived in the city of Anagni, Italy. (Web site)
  2. He was the son of Count Trasimund of Segni and nephew of Pope Clement III, born at Anagni, Italy. (Web site)
  3. Born in Salerno, Italy, he entered the Benedictines and so distinguished himself as a monk that Pope Gregory VII appointed him Bishop of Anagni. (Web site)

Noble Family

  1. Benedetto Caetani was born in 1235 of a noble family in Anagni, Italy. (Web site)

Pope

  1. Nogaret found the pope at Anagni and harassed him; the pope stood firm and according to tradition was slapped by Nogaret's companion, Sciarra Colonna. (Web site)
  2. The ban of excommunication was removed on August 20, 1230, and the pope and emperor met at Anagni, where they finalized their reconciliation. (Web site)
  3. In 1303 French and Italian troops attacked the pope in Anagni, his home town, arresting the pope himself.

Boniface

  1. With a gang of mercenaries, Nogaret seized Boniface in his summer palace at Anagni, holding him hostage and sacking the place. (Web site)
  2. The outraged people of Anagni thereupon drove out the soldiery; Boniface was rescued and escorted to Rome. (Web site)
  3. The people of Anagni eventually saved Boniface, but the Pope was so shocked, he soon died. (Web site)

Gaeta

  1. The first period he spent in France, the latter chiefly in Gaeta, Benevento, Anagni, and Venice. (Web site)
  2. He was the son of Loffred, a descendant of a noble family originally Spanish, but long established in Italy--first at Gaeta and later at Anagni. (Web site)

Anagni

  1. Boniface died of grief after Sciarra Colonna, the terrible Ghibelline's outrage at Anagni, and the Papal Court was transferred to Avignon in 1316.
  2. A noted jurist, Boniface was born at Anagni in a noble family and was elected pope in 1294. (Web site)
  3. Born at Anagni, Boniface probably studied canon law, in which he was an expert, in Rome.

Categories

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  3. Noble Family
  4. Lateran Palace
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