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The Correspondence of Reginald Pole. Volume 1: A Calendar, 1518-1546: Beginnings to Legate of Viterbo. By Thomas F. Mayer Thomas F. Mayer plans to deliver a four-volume series on the correspondence of Reginald Pole (1500-1558), the British cardinal archbishop of Canterbury and papal legate to the opening sessions of the Council of Trent. The book outlines Pole's correspondence between 1518 and 1546, and hence relates some of his most interesting contacts with Italian reformers, with the papal court, and with the court of King Henry VIII.

Volume 26, Issue 4. October 2003, pp. 635-636. Thomas F. Mayer: The Correspondence of Reginald Pole. 1. A Calendar, 1518–1546: Beginnings to Legate of Viterbo, St Andrews Studies in Reformation History, Ashgate, Aldershot, 2002, ISBN 0 1, pp. xvi+378.

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Start by marking The Correspondence of Reginald Pole, Vol. 1: A. 1: A Calendar, 1518–1546: Beginnings to Legate of Viterbo as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. In addition to the insight they provide on political history, both secular and ecclesiastical, and on the spiritual motives of reform, they also constitute a great resource for our understanding of humanist learning and cultural patronage in the Renaissance.

St. Andrews Studies in Reformation History). This first volume covers the crucial turning point in Pole’s career: his protracted break with Henry and the substitution of papal service for royal. One major dimension of this rupture was a profound religious conversion which took Pole to the brink of one of the defining moments of the Italian Reformation, the writing of the ’Beneficio di Christo’.

4 January 1543 Pole -–Vittoria Colonna, Missing; known from Colonna – Morone of this date, where said to be auto. Volume 1 A Calendar, 1518–1546: Beginnings to Legate of Viterbo. First Published 2002. eBook Published 5 July 2017.

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by Reginald Pole and Thomas F. Mayer. His voluminous correspondence forms a major source for historians of England, Catholic Europe and the early Reformation as a whole.

by Thomas F. Mayer The first three volumes in this set will contain the correspondence; th.

Part of the St Andrews Studies in Reformation History series.

Reginald Pole (1500-1558), cardinal and archbishop of Canterbury, was at the centre of reform controversies in the mid 16th century - antagonist of Henry VIII, a leader of the reform group in the Roman Church, and nearly elected pope (Julius III was elected in his stead). His voluminous correspondence - more than 2500 items, including letters to him - forms a major source for historians not only of England, but of Catholic Europe and the early Reformation as a whole. In addition to the insight they provide on political history, both secular and ecclesiastical, and on the spiritual motives of reform, they also constitute a great resource for our understanding of humanist learning and cultural patronage in the Renaissance. Hitherto there has been no comprehensive, let alone modern or accurate listing and analysis of this correspondence, in large part due to the complexity of the manuscript traditions and the difficulties of legibility. The present work makes this vast body of material accessible to the researcher, summarising each letter (and printing key texts usually in critical editions), together with necessary identification and comment. The first three volumes in this set will contain the correspondence; the fourth and fifth will provide a biographical companion to all persons mentioned, and will together constitute a major research tool in their own right. This first volume covers the crucial turning point in Pole’s career: his protracted break with Henry and the substitution of papal service for royal. One major dimension of this rupture was a profound religious conversion which took Pole to the brink of one of the defining moments of the Italian Reformation, the writing of the ’Beneficio di Christo’.

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