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" III, declared that his life was so shameful, so foul, so execrable, that he shuddered to describe it. He ruled like a captain of banditti rather than a prelate. The people at the last, unable to bear his adulteries, homicides, and abominations any longer,... "
A History of the Intellectual Development of Europe - Página 369
por John William Draper - 1875 - 873 páginas
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The Church of England quarterly review

1856
...ruled in Home ; in the words of his successor, Victor III., leading a life so shameful, so foul and execrable, that he shuddered to describe it. He ruled...like a captain of banditti, rather than a prelate ; adulteries, homicides perpetrated by his own hands, passed unnoticed, unrevenged, for the patrician...
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History of Latin Christianity, Volumen3

Henry Hart Milman - 1867
...Rome, in the words of one of his successors, Victor III., leading a life so shameful, so foul, and execrable, that he shuddered to describe it.'' He...like a captain of banditti, rather than a prelate. Adulteries, homicides perpetrated by his own hand, passed unnoticed, unrevenged ; for the patrician...
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One Religion: Many Creeds

Ross Winans - 1873 - 470 páginas
...in Rome, in the words of one of his successors, Victor III, leading a life so shameful, so foul and execrable, that he shuddered to describe it. He ruled...like a captain of banditti, rather than a prelate. Adulteries, homicides, perpetrated by his own hand, passed unnoticed, unrevenged. He became deeply...
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The North American Review, Volumen147

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1888
...raised to the apostolic throne. One of his successors, Victor III., declared that the life of Benedict was so shameful, so foul, so execrable, that he shuddered...describe it. He ruled like a captain of banditti. The people, unable to bear longer his adulteries, his homicides and his abominations, rose against...
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The First Millennial Faith: The Church Faith in Its First One Thousand Years

Horatio Woodburn Southworth - 1893 - 84 páginas
...tail, and with a wine-bladder on his head. " It seemed impossible that things could be worse ; yet Rome had still to see Benedict IX., AD 1033, a boy of less...successors, Victor III., declared that his life was shameful ; so foul, so execrable, that he shuddered to describe it. He ruled like a captain of banditti...
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Orations, Addresses and Club Essays

George A. Sanders - 1895 - 400 páginas
...Pontiff had become extinct. In AD 1033 Benedict the IX., a mere boy of less than twelve years of age, was raised to the apostolic throne. Of this Pontiff one...successors, Victor III., declared that his life was so foul, so shameful, so execrable, that he shuddered to describe it. The people at last, unable to bear...
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The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll: Discussions

Robert Green Ingersoll - 1900
...raised to the apostolic throne. One of his successors, Victor III., declared that the life of Benedict was so shameful, so foul, so execrable, that he shuddered...describe it. He ruled like a captain of banditti. The people, unable to bear longer his adulteries, his homicides and his abominations, rose against...
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The Great Apostasy: Considered in the Light of Scriptural and Secular History

James Edward Talmage - 1909 - 176 páginas
...tail, and a wine-bladder on his head. It seemed impossible that things could become worse: yet Rome had still to see Benedict IX, AD 1033, a boy of less...captain of banditti rather than a prelate. The people at last, unable to bear his adulteries, homicides, and abominations any longer, rose against him. In despair...
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Li Hung Chang's Scrap-book

Hongzhang Li, Hung Chang Li - 1913 - 382 páginas
...tail, and a wine-bladder on his head. It "seemed impossible that things could become worse ; "yet Rome had still to see Benedict IX, AD 1033, "a boy of less...of banditti "rather than a prelate. The people at last, unable "to bear his adulteries, homicides, and abominations "any longer, rose against him. In...
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Discussions - The Christian Religion

Robert G. Ingersoll - 2007 - 530 páginas
...raised to the apostolic throne. One of his successors, Victor III. , declared that the life of Benedict was so shameful, so foul, so execrable, that he shuddered...describe it. He ruled like a captain of banditti. The people, unable to bear longer his adulteries, his homicides and his abominations, rose against...
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