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Avignon of the Popes: City of Exiles by Edwin Mullins

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“Avignon of the Popes: City of Exiles” by Edwin Mullins is a historical account of the period when the city of Avignon, located in southern France, served as the seat of the papacy during the 14th century. This period is commonly known as the Avignon Papacy or the Babylonian Captivity of the Church.

During this time, a series of French popes resided in Avignon instead of Rome, beginning with Pope Clement V in 1309. The book explores the political, religious, and cultural significance of Avignon as the center of the Catholic Church during this tumultuous era. It delves into the power struggles between the popes, the French monarchy, and other European powers, as well as the cultural and artistic developments that occurred in Avignon during this period.

Mullins examines the impact of the Avignon Papacy on the Catholic Church and Europe as a whole, including its role in the Western Schism, a period of division and conflict within the church when rival popes claimed authority. The book also sheds light on the daily life of the people living in Avignon during the papal residence, offering insights into the social, economic, and religious dynamics of the city.

“Avignon of the Popes: City of Exiles” is praised for its meticulous research, engaging narrative, and vivid portrayal of medieval Avignon. It provides readers with a deeper understanding of a fascinating chapter in European history and the enduring legacy of the Avignon Papacy.


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