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The long apprenticeship: Rodrigo Borgia as Papal Vice-Chancellor, 1457-1492

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The initial purpose of this thesis was to examine Rodrigo Borgia (1431–1503) as vice–chancellor of the Church, head of the Apostolic Chancery. The Chancery was the one of the most important departments of the Roman Curia, responsible for the production of a multitude of papal documents. Borgia held the office of vice–chancellor from 1457 until his papal election in 1492, and the Chancery was housed in his palace, known as the Cancelleria. However, as the project progressed, it became clear th...

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HUMS
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History Faculty
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Travel Grant for Research.
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Travel Grant for Research.
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Travel Grant
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DPhil
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Doctoral
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University of Oxford

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