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Abstract : In November 1462, an embassy came to Pope Pius II from the King of Bosnia, Stefan Tomašević, to seek aid from the pope against the Turks who were expected to launch a major assault against Bosnia in the near future. The pope replied to the ambassadors- address with the very brief oration Habemus fidem, in which he promised what help the Papacay was able to give, exhorted to king to reconcile and ally himself with Hungary, and promised to erect Roman Catholic dioceses in Bosnia. He formally denied the petition for a crown to be sent to the king and referred that matter to the king-s feudal overlord, King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary secretly instructing his legate to crown the king anyway. It would all be for nothing since next year the Turks invaded and conquered Bosnia anyway

Keywords : Enea Silvio Piccolomini Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini Pope Pius II Bosnia Bosnian Church 15th century 1462 Orations Turks Sultan Mehmed II King Matthias Corvinus of Hungary Venice





Autor: Michael Cotta-Schønberg -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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