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Kontinuität und Institutionalisierung im 13. Jahrhundert

Kontinuität und Institutionalisierung im 13. Jahrhundert Kontinuität und Institutionalisierung im 13. Jahrhundert Zum Fortbestand der Ämter an der römischen Kurie nach dem Tod des Papstes Von Andreas Fischer A b s t r a c t : Continuity and Institutionalisation in the 13th Century. The Continuity of Offices in the Roman Curia after the Death of the Pope The increasing stream of petitions and papal attempts at regulation were responsible for the development of the Apostolic Chamber, the Chancery, curial law courts, and the Papal Penitentiary into institutions. Little noted in research hitherto, however, the activities of these administrative bodies during the frequent vacancies of the Holy See during the 13th century played an important role as well. On the one hand, their continued working after the Pope's death led to a consolidation of existing structures and procedures; on the other hand, conflicts about the legitimacy of the activities of the Chamberlain and the Penitentiary during a vacancy and the debate on such in contemporary Canon Law also contributed to the development of concepts of impersonal structures, a characteristic attribute of institutions. Keywords: Roman Curia; vacancy of the Holy See; Offices; Institutionalisation; Apostolic Chamber; Chancery; law-courts; Penitentiary Schlagworte: Römische Kurie; Sedisvakanz; Ämter; Institutionalisierung; Apostolische http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung de Gruyter

Kontinuität und Institutionalisierung im 13. Jahrhundert

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de Gruyter
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0073-8484
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2307-2903
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10.7767/miog-2016-0203
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Abstract

Kontinuität und Institutionalisierung im 13. Jahrhundert Zum Fortbestand der Ämter an der römischen Kurie nach dem Tod des Papstes Von Andreas Fischer A b s t r a c t : Continuity and Institutionalisation in the 13th Century. The Continuity of Offices in the Roman Curia after the Death of the Pope The increasing stream of petitions and papal attempts at regulation were responsible for the development of the Apostolic Chamber, the Chancery, curial law courts, and the Papal Penitentiary into institutions. Little noted in research hitherto, however, the activities of these administrative bodies during the frequent vacancies of the Holy See during the 13th century played an important role as well. On the one hand, their continued working after the Pope's death led to a consolidation of existing structures and procedures; on the other hand, conflicts about the legitimacy of the activities of the Chamberlain and the Penitentiary during a vacancy and the debate on such in contemporary Canon Law also contributed to the development of concepts of impersonal structures, a characteristic attribute of institutions. Keywords: Roman Curia; vacancy of the Holy See; Offices; Institutionalisation; Apostolic Chamber; Chancery; law-courts; Penitentiary Schlagworte: Römische Kurie; Sedisvakanz; Ämter; Institutionalisierung; Apostolische

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Mitteilungen des Instituts für Österreichische Geschichtsforschungde Gruyter

Published: Nov 1, 2016

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