VI. Adorján (Hadrianus) pápa (1522-1523) magyar vonatkozású bullái : forrásközlés

Lakatos Bálint: VI. Adorján (Hadrianus) pápa (1522-1523) magyar vonatkozású bullái : forrásközlés. In: Acta Universitatis Szegediensis : acta historica, (138). pp. 109-144. (2015)

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This paper deals with all of the papai bulls, which were issued under the short pontificate of Popé Adrián VI (1522-1523) and are referred to the dioceses of the late medieval Hungárián Kingdom. The texts of these bulls are mostly remained as simple copies in the volumes of the two main series of papai registers preserved in the Vatican Secret Archives (ASV): the Vatican Registers (Registra Vaticana or in Italian: Registri Vaticani; abbreviated: Reg. Vat.) and the Lateran Registers (Registra Lateranensia or Registri Lateranensi; Reg. Lat.). One reference to a buli in a lost volume of the Lateran Registers has been discovered according to the testimony of a sixteenth century index (see text no. 2). Apart from these two other bulls are missing from the registers, but they have survived as originals in the secret archives of the Chapter of Pozsony (today Bratislava) and are preserved nowdays in the Slovak National Archives (see no. 3/a and b). In the examined volumes of the Vatican Registers two appointments of bishops are remained. Both of them are appointments with a transfer: Popé Adrián VI appointed György Szatmári, former bishop of Pécs as archbishop of Esztergom and László Szálkái, bishop of Vác as bishop of Eger in two main bulls (see texts no. 5/a and 6/a) and issued further additional bulls for the related disposals and notifications, 17 pieces in all (see no. 5/b to 5/j and 6/b to 6/i). These two cases have been already known through the publications of Augustin Theiner, but he published the bulls only partially (merely the texts of no. 5/b, 5/j and 6/a). The affairs discovered in the Lateran Registers are all hitherto unknown. These form two appointments issued in five bulls altogether. Johannes Kelberzer, canon of Pozsony and member of the retinue of the diplomatic embassy sent by Archduke Ferdinánd of Austria to Romé in 1523, gained the honour of papai acolyte (see no. 1), and the former Hungárián royal secretary, the Croatian-born Illés Bucsai (Dragesic), provost of Leles became titular bishop of Hippo i.e. auxiliary bishop in the diocese of Esztergom (see texts no. 4/a to 4/e). The bulls (signed with numbers by the different affairs and within one affair by letters) are published in chronological order of the issue and with full text, but in the case of additional bulls sometimes the iterative formular elements have been omitted. This time the sign (—•) refers to that item, in which the omitted section occurs. Ali items were issued in Rome. The abbreviated names of curial officers are completed in brackets; these officers have been identified due to the Repertórium Officialium Romanae Curiae by Thomas Frenz (http://wwws.phil.unipassau. de/histhw/RORC/).

Item Type: Article
Journal or Publication Title: Acta Universitatis Szegediensis : acta historica
Date: 2015
Volume: 138
ISSN: 0324-6965
Page Range: pp. 109-144
Language: Hungarian
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Uncontrolled Keywords: VI. Adorján - pápa, Magyarország története 16. sz. forrás
Additional Information: Bibliogr. a lábjegyzetekben
Subjects: 06. Humanities
06. Humanities > 06.01. History and archaeology
Date Deposited: 2016. Oct. 17. 10:36
Last Modified: 2021. Sep. 27. 12:22

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