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Título : El Concilio de Constanza y el fin del Cisma : el rol del reino de Castilla en el camino hacia la unidad
The Council of Constance and the end of the schism : the role of the kingdom of Castile in the path towards unity
Autor : Tavelli, Federico 
Palabras clave : Concilio de Constanza (1414-1418)CISMA DE OCCIDENTECASTILLAMartín V, PapaBenedicto XIII, Papa
Fecha de publicación : 2013
Editorial : Universidad Católica Argentina. Facultad de Teología
Cita : Tavelli, Federico, El Concilio de Constanza y el fin del Cisma : el rol del reino de Castilla en el camino hacia la unidad [en línea]. Teología, 112 (2013) Disponible en:
Resumen : Resumen: El Concilio de Constanza (1414-1418) fue la instancia definitiva de solución del Cisma de Occidente. Sus decisiones condujeron
Abstract: The Council of Constance (1414-1418) was the great western Schism’s final instance of solution. Its decisions resulted in among others issues the election of Martin V (1417-1431) with which the Christian world recovered the unity that had lost for almost forty years. The kingdom of Castile one of the five most important European monarchies was Benedict XIII’s (1394-1423) firmest supporter, who was the steadfast opponent to the meeting at Constance. For that reason its participation was particularly important in order to guarantee the Council’s full legitimacy and the end of the Schism. This article makes an assessment of the causes that led to the incorporation of Castile to the Council’s sessions, as well as to establish the significance of its performance in the conciliar alliances which led to the union
ISSN : 0328-1396
Disciplina: TEOLOGIA
Derechos: Acceso Abierto
Appears in Collections:TEO - 2013 Tomo L n° 112

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