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  Pope Adrian VI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Adrian VI was in addition the only Pope from The Netherlands as well as the last Germanic Pope until the 2005 papal conclave that elected Pope Benedict XVI.
Adrian VI was known for having attempted to launch a Catholic Reformation as a defense against the Protestant Reformation.
After the death of the latter, Adrian VI was appointed, on 14 March 1518, general of the reunited inquisitions of Castile and Aragon, in which capacity he acted until his departure for Rome on 4 August 1522 to assume his pontificate.
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 Castilian War of the Communities - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His mentor, Adrian of Utrecht (the future Pope Hadrian) was left as regent.
Adrian responded with force and tried to take Medina del Campo.
Charles, in a brilliant counterstroke, appointed the Admiral and the Constable coregents with Adrian, and by this action placated the nobles from whose rank these persons came.
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 Pope Adrian VI
Adrian VI, born Adrian Dedel (not Boyens, and probably not Rodenburgh), Roman Catholic Pope from 1522 to 1523, was born at Utrecht in March 1459, and studied under the Brethren of the Common Life either at Zwolle or Deventer.
During the minority of Charles, Adrian was associated with Cardinal Jiménez in governing Spain.
As a peacemaker among Christian princes, whom he hoped to unite in a protective war against the Turk, he was a failure; in August 1523 he was forced openly to ally himself with the Empire, England, Venice, etc., against France; meanwhile in 1522 the sultan Suleiman the Magnificent had conquered Rhodes.
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 BOOK 9
Adrian, sighing over the impossibilities that surrounded him on every side, had to confess that this middle path was impracticable, and that his only choice lay between Luther’s Reform on the one hand, and Charles V.’s policy on the other.
Adrian VI., when he cast his eyes on the Tartar hordes on the eastern frontier, was not without fears for Rome and Italy; but he was still more alarmed when he turned to Germany, and contmplated: the appalling spread of Lutheranism.
It was needful, Adrian doubtless thought, to apply the pruningknife to the vine of the Church, but still more needful was it to apply the axe to the tree of Lutheranism.
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 AllRefer.com - Adrian VI, pope (Roman Catholic Popes And Antipopes) - Encyclopedia
Adrian VI, pope, Roman Catholic Popes And Antipopes
Utrecht) named Adrian Florensz; successor of Leo X. He taught at Louvain and was tutor of the young prince, later Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.
Adrian, an ascetic and a pious man, did his best to curb the abuses he found, but he died after 20 months.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Utrecht   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Utrecht, Peace of UTRECHT, PEACE OF [Utrecht, Peace of] series of treaties that concluded the War of the Spanish Succession.
Adrian VI ADRIAN VI [Adrian VI] 1459-1523, pope (1522-23), a Netherlander (b.
IJsselmeer IJSSELMEER [IJsselmeer], shallow freshwater lake, NW Netherlands, bordering on the provinces of North Holland, Utrecht, Gelderland, Overijssel, and Friesland.
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 Adrian Bancker ( - ) Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Adrian van de Velde or Adrien, A calf in the pasture, 17th century
Adrian van de Velde or Adrien, Le boeuf dans l"eau, 17th century
Adrian van de Velde or Adrien, Les deux vaches et le mouton, 17th century
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Pope Adrian VI
Francis I, on the contrary, who had looked upon Adrian as a mere tool of the Emperor, and had uttered threats of a schism, before long acquiesced, and sent an embassy to present his homage.
Adrian's efforts to retrench expenses only gained for him from his needy courtiers the epithet of miser.
To the times, in fact, was it owing, not to any fault of his, that the friendship of the sixth Adrian and the fifth Charles did not revive the happy days of the first Adrian and the first and greatest of the Charleses.
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 Charles V
The former was charged with his military training, and he aimed, not merely to make of his pupil an accomplished knight, but also to imbue him with that historical knowledge and statecraft which would be essential to him in his future career.
Ximenes at once entered upon the duties of his office; but presently arrived Adrian of Utrecht, who produced a document in which,the young Prince had conferred upon him the Regency of Castile, in the event of Ferdinand's death.
But Adrian decided upon using force, and sent Ronquillo, one of the royal judges, with a considerable body of troops, to reduce Segovia to submission.
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 ADRIAN VI
Adrian was born in Utrecht, on March 2, 1459.
Adrian's work with the young prince paid dividends in the sturdy Catholicism of Emperor Charles V. Sent to Spain on a delicate mission in 1515, he found himself the next year co-viceroy with the great reformer Ximenes.
With rare moral courage Adrian, in his instruction to Chieregati, his nuncio in Germany, fearlessly acknowledged the existence of abuses, abuses he was determined to stamp out.
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 The Renaissance Festival of Tortosa
Adrian of Utrecht took over the See of Tortosa in 1516.
Shortly afterwards he was appointed cardinal and he was finally elected pope in 1522 with the name Adrian VI.
It comes as no great surprise then that the emperor decided to build a college in the town for the education and indoctrination of the converted Moors or new Christians.
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 Albert (Pigghe) Pighius
He studied philosophy and began the study of theology at Louvain, where Adrian of Utrecht, later Pope Adrian VI, was one of his teachers.
He then followed his teacher Adrian to Spain, and, when the latter became pope, to Rome, where he also remained during the reigns of Clement VII and Paul III, and was repeatedly employed in ecclesiastico-political embassies.
He had taught mathematics to Cardinal Alessandro Farnese, afterwards Paul III; in 1535 Paul III appointed him provost of St. John's at Utrecht, where he had held a canonry since 1524.
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 WHKMLA : The Revolt of the Comuneros, 1520-1521
By now, Regent Adrian of Utrecht attempted to use force in order to suppress the rebellion; this lead to the formation of an armed Comunero force, while the regent, unable to enforce his authority, had to disband his force (Sept. 1520).
Regent Adrian of Utrecht was placed under arrest; the rebellion had grown into a full-scale revolution.
The Junta set up a series of demands for Charles V. to meet; he was to return to Castile, appoint Castilians for high offices, was to marry, was to alter his policy of favouring the nobility at the expense of the cities, was to increase the standing and authority of the Cortes (Nov. 1520).
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 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Although the Emperor Sigismund had invested the Duke of Berg with the duchy of Gelders, Arnold retained the confidence of the Estates by enlarging their privileges, and enjoyed the support of Duke Philip of Burgundy, to whose niece, the daughter of Duke Adolf of Cleves, he was betrothed, and afterwards united in marriage.
Utrecht; in Holland the leaders of the government set up at Hoorn by the Hoeks were put to death by the Kabeljaauws and the town pillaged; and Haarlem only escaped similar treatment by payment of an onerous fine.
The States took very coolly the inclusion in 1512 of the so-called Burgundian Circle (Gelderland and Utrecht were afterwards added to the Westphalian) in the system of Circles established as it were incidentally twelve years earlier, and persistently declined to acknowledge the right claimed by the Emperor of taxing the provinces for imperial purposes.
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 Karl V (1500-1558)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI), a member of the devotio moderna, a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.
Adrian, whom he had installed as regent, was not strong enough to suppress the revolt of the Castilian cities (comuneros) that broke out at this point.
In 1522 his teacher Adrian of Utrecht became pope, as Adrian VI.
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Amongst the Flemish counsellors of Charles V., Adrian of Utrecht, preceptor of the young prince prior to his accession, had arrived in Spain in the year 1515 as representative of his interests at King Ferdinand's court.
When Adrian was elected Pope in 1522, his former mentor wrote felicitating him upon his elevation and reminding him of the services he had formerly rendered him: _Fuistis a me de rebus quae gerebantur moniti; nec parum commodi ad emergentia tunc negotia significationes meas Caesaris rebus attulisse vestra Beatitudo fatetur_.
Adrian accepted his protests of disinterestedness literally, and their last meeting at Logrono was unproductive of aught from the Pope, save expressions of personal esteem and regard.
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 Part Three
In 1592, the Jesuits, for reasons largely political, began to invade the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of Utrecht, and although more than once rebuked by the Pope and ordered to submit themselves to the authority of the Archbishop, their machinations continued..
Weston's Autobiography does not mention Utrecht and he was in prison in Wisbech, at the time Marlowe was in Utrecht, but the parallels remain important.
His work with Lady Arbella Stuart has been proven beyond doubt; while working for her he visited the Netherlands, where in Utrecht he was shipped home by Sir Robert Sidney, who called him "the scholar." Paintings and publications of Marlowe trace to the Netherlands.
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 Charles V
After his father's death in 1506, Charles V was raised by his paternal aunt Margaret of Austria, regent of the Netherlands.
His spiritual guide was the theologian Adrian of Utrecht (later Pope Adrian VI) [02 Mar 1459 –; 14 Sep 1523], a member of the devotio moderna, a religious and educational reform movement promoting literacy among the masses.
Making the most of their candidate's German parentage and buying up German electoral votes (mostly with money supplied by the powerful Fugger banking family), Charles V's adherents had meanwhile pushed through his election as emperor over his powerful rival, Francis I of France.
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He likewise was unyielding in the prosecution of the work of ridding his country of the taint of heresy, but he never gave way to the temptation of using his office for his own advantage and enriching himself from the sequestrated property of the conversos, as Torquemada was charged with doing.
Under Adrian of Utrecht, at first inquisitor-general of Aragon, the tribunals of the two kingdoms were again united in 1518, and, by the addition of Navarre, which Ferdinand had conquered, the whole Iberian peninsula, with the exception of Portugal, came under the jurisdiction of a single supreme official.
Adrian had acted as tutor to Charles V., and was to succeed Leo X. on the papal throne.
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 Doctor Adrian :: Young Reader :: Book :: goDutch.com
Doctor Adrian was a scholar living in quiet seclusion in Antwerp, the Southern Netherlands, until a fugitive Protestant preacher and his daughter Rose sought sanctuary in his house.
When the persecution of Reformed believers became severe, Doctor Adrian and his family made their escape, a dangerous journey to Leyden, the Netherlands.
Doctor Adrian’s faith in the Reformed religion matured when he experienced the loss of loved onesÂ… Age 12 and up.
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 Mexico - Siege And Surrender Of Mexico - Part 4
To the same causes it may be ascribed, that no action was had in regard to the suites of Velasquez and Narvaez, backed, as they were, by so potent an advocate as Bishop Fonseca, president of the Council of the Indies.
The reins of government had fallen into the hands of Adrian of Utrecht, Charles's preceptor, and afterwards Pope,—a man of learning, and not without sagacity, but slow and timid in his policy, and altogether incapable of that decisive action which suited the bold genius of his predecessor, Cardinal Ximenes.
In the spring of 1521, however, a number of ordinances passed the Council of the Indies, which threatened an important innovation in the affairs of New Spain.
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 GMT GAMES: Here I Stand SneakPeek
The final dynastic change occurred when Ferdinand II of Aragon died in 1516, leaving the united kingdoms of Castile and Aragon to his grandson, Charles.
Born in Ghent in 1500, Charles grew up in the Netherlands under the tutelage of Adrian of Utrecht.
Leo is replaced first by Adrian of Utrecht (Charles’ old tutor) and then (after Adrian dies within a year) by Clement VII.
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 SPAIN FROM FERDINAND AND ISABELLA TO PHILIP
Charles's regent, Adrian of Utrecht, his former tutor and a Fleming, was for a while made a prisoner.
The answer to this was the Union of Utrecht, which joined several of the northern provinces under William of Orange.
Within the territory of this union, the Catholic religion was ruthlessly suppressed, sometimes with the use of troops and in violation of previous agreements.
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Charles lived with his aunt, Maria of Austria, who had control over the Netherlands, but was not a Queen.
During this time he was taught religion by Adrian of Utrecht who was later to become Pope Adrian VI (in 1522).
As we will find out in 1530 Adrian once again met Charles, but this time under different circumstances.
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 The History of Protestantism - Volume First - Book Ninth - History of Protestantism From the Diet of Worms, 1521, to ...
Accordingly, he instructed his ambassador to demand two things–first, that the Diet should concert measures for stopping the progress of the Sultan of Constantinople; but, whatever they might do in this affair, he emphatically demanded that they should cut short the career of the monk of Wittenberg.
It was needful, Adrian doubtless thought, to apply the pruning-knife to the vine of the Church, but still more needful was it to apply the axe to the tree of Lutheranism.
Frederick of Saxony, against whom this fulmination was thundered, put his hand upon his sword's hilt when he read it.
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 Pope Leo X
On the 3rd of July 1517 he published the names of thirty-one new cardinals, a number almost unprecedented in the history of the papacy.
Some of the nominations were excellent, such as Lorenzo Campeggio, Giambattista Pallavicini, Adrian of Utrecht, Cajetan, Cristoforo Numai and Egidio Canisio.
The naming of seven members of prominent Roman families, however, reversed the wise policy of his predecessor which had kept the dangerous factions of the city out of the curia.
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 Book 1: Origin and Establishment, Chapter 4
During the lifetime of Ximenes the Inquisitions remained disunited, but in [181] 1518, after his death, Charles V caused his former tutor, Cardinal Adrian of Utrecht, Bishop of Tortosa, who in 1516 had been made Inquisitor-general of Aragon, to be commissioned also for Castile, after which there was no further division.
Cardinal Adrian hearkened to the warning in Charles's absence and in a letter of November 27, 1520, ordered his inquisitors to settle somewhere else.
His ambassador, Philibert of Utrecht, under date of June 28th, reported that he had urged Julius II not to reject the appeal of the Marranos but the politic pontiff replied that he must reserve his decision until Ferdinand and Philip had met.
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