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  Pope Innocent X
Innocent confiscated their property, and on 19 February, 1646, issued a Bull ordaining that all cardinals who had left or should leave the Ecclesiastical States without papal permission and should not return within six months, should be deprived of their ecclesiastical benefices and eventually of the cardinalate itself.
Innocent aided the Venetians financially against the Turks in the struggle for Candia, while the Venetians on their part allowed Innocent free scope in filling the vacant episcopal sees in their territory, a right which they had previously claimed for themselves.
Innocent X was a lover of justice and his life was blameless; he was, however, often irresolute and suspicious.
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  Pope Innocent X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Innocent confiscated their property, and on February 19, 1646, issued a bull ordaining that all cardinals who might leave the Papal States for six months without express papal permission, should be deprived of their benefices and eventually of their cardinalate itself.
Hostilities between the papacy and the Duchy of Parma resumed in 1649, and forces loyal to Pope Innocent X destroyed the city of Castro on September 2, 1649.
Innocent X died January 5, 1655, and was succeeded by Alexander VII.
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 Pope Innocent XI - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1685 Louis revoked the Edict of Nantes and inaugurated a cruel persecution of the Protestants.
Innocent notified the new French ambassador, Marquis de Lavardin, that he would not be recognized as ambassador in Rome unless he renounced this right, but Louis XIV would not give it up.
It was due to Innocent's earnest and incessant exhortations that the German Estates and King John Sobieski of Poland in 1683 hastened to the relief of Vienna which was being besieged by the Turks.
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 Biography – Pope Innocent X – The Papal Library
Innocent X was born at Rome, on the 7th of March, 1572, of a very noble family, originally of Gubbio.
Innocent continued to embellish Saint John Lateran and its approaches; he also assigned funds for perfecting the interior of Saint Peter's; he laid the floor of the naves with precious marbles, and he ornamented the chapels with bas-reliefs by the most skillful masters.
Innocent determined to share the glories of Sixtus V by erecting in the Piazza Navona an obelisk of red granite adorned with hieroglyphics, fifty-one feet high, which Caracalla had brought from Egypt and set up at the baths.
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 INNOCENTS DAY - LoveToKnow Article on INNOCENTS DAY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Although the pontificate of Innocent witnessed the conversion of many Protestant princes, the most notable being Queen Christina of Sweden, the papacy had nevertheless suffered a perceptible decline in prestige; it counted for little in the negotiations at MUnster, and its solemn protest against the peace of \Vestphalia was entirely ignored.
Innocent died on the 7th of January 1655, and was succeeded by Alexander VII.
INNOCENTS DAY, or CHILDERMAS, a festival celebrated in the Latin church on the 28th of December, and in the Greek church on the 29th (OS.) in memory of the massacre of the children by Herod.
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Innocent aided the Venetians financially against the Turks in the struggle for
Both Urban VIII and Innocent X, in deference to Spain, refused to acknowledge the new king and withheld their approbation from the bishops
On 26 November, 1648, Innocent issued the famous Bull "Zelo domus Dei", in which he declares as null and void those articles of the Peace of Westphalia which were detrimental to the Catholic
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 Francis Bacon Image Gallery_The Popes_Bacon's Negative Hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This work does not properly belong to the series of Pope pictures; its significance is that of a precursor or a point of departure, and although the image of Innocent X governs in the background, it has not yet become the main force shaping the picture as a whole.
However, there were two sides to the coin: on the one hand, the realisation that the masters were unsurpassable forced the modern artist to acknowledge and accept his own limitations, but on the other, it represented a continual challenge, spurring him to renew his efforts in the pursuit of an impossible goal.
But in order to do this, his study of Velazquez's portrait on Innocent X had to engage with the traditions that it sought to criticise and accept their basic framework of assumptions.
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 INNOCENT X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Elected, he chose the name Innocent X. Innocent X was a healthy old gentleman who was pious and capable.
Innocent sent the capable Fabio Chigi to safeguard Catholic interests, but the nuncio was not listened to in the congress, and when Innocent himself protested against unjust measures in the treaties, he was unheeded.
But the shrewd Rinnuccini was unable to prevail over Anglo-Irish folly, and Innocent lived to hear of the victories and butcheries of Oliver Cromwell and of the sad fate of the Irish Catholics.
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The database held the names of members of the public, marked by whether they are innocent or guilty of some offence.
In the first question, the variable X is always instantiated when reasonable(X) is executed.
In the second question, X is not instantiated when reasonable(X) is executed.
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 Portrait of Innocent X by VELÁZQUEZ, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y
Pope Innocent, aged seventy-five at the time, was a man of remarkable vigour, with a great capacity for work and a hot and violent temper.
The fascinating nature of a man aware of his own power is wonderfully expressed in the contrast between the face and the fine nervous hands, which convey the sensitivity of this powerful figure.
The portrait of Pope Innocent X is by common consent one of the world's supreme masterpieces of portraiture, unsurpassed in its breathtaking handling of paint.
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 :: Galleria Doria Pamphilj - Roma
The picture, which is one of the most important of the Doria Pamphilj collection and absolutely one of the masterpieces of portraiture of the whole seventeenth century, portrays one of the key figures of the family, Giovanni Battista Pamphilj, pope from 1644 to 1655 with the name of Innocent X..
It might be, judging by the pose of the person described and the dimensions, the “picture on canvas with frame of six palms, with portrait of Pope Innocent seated, with gilt frame”, described as being “in the rooms in which died his Excellency, the Prince”.
Here are described, in the “big room”, many of the pictures still in situ, (“Pope Innocent X of 5 and 6 palms, seated, by Diego Valasco, with smooth, gilt frame”).
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 INNOCENT X - Online Information article about INNOCENT X
Innocent was completely dominated by his See also:
The most worthy efforts of Innocent were directed to the reform of monastic discipline (1652).
For contemporary lives of Innocent see Oldoin, continuator of Ciaconius, Vitae et res gestae summorum Pontiff.
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When her husband died, Olimpia, who was ambitious and domineering, took advantage of her position with Innocent X. For many years she was considered the most powerful woman in Italy because of her influence on the Pope.
Innocent X never made any important decisions without consulting her.
According to legend, as Pope Innocent X lay dying of illness and old age, Olimpia sat beside his bed, waiting for him to take his last breath.
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 Moral: Innocents Within War - Objectivism Online Forum
Same situation as a man who puts a gun to my head and says "either you kill this innocent man, or I kill you." I am not morally guilty for the killing of the innocent man, because the choice was either his life or mine.
X has committed the ultimate immorality in attacking Y, and the question of morality is irrelevant after that point.
One must consider two possibilities: X fired the missile by mistake; or X is testing Y's will to defend itself before launching an all-out attack.
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All innocent organisms that have the potential to acquire the capacity for thought and self-consciousness have a serious right to life.
All innocent organisms that belong to a species, normal members of which have the potential to acquire the capacity for thought and self-consciousness have a serious right to life.
Any human fetus, embryo, or zygote is itself an innocent organism that belongs to a species, normal members of which have the potential to acquire the capacity for thought and self-consciousness.
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 Wars Of Castro Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
On September 15, Pope Innocent X was elected to replace him.
Two of the nephews of Pope Urban VIII, Taddeo and his brother Cardinal Antonio Barberini, were forced to abandon Rome after the first War of Castro and flee to France when Pope Innocent X began an investigation into illicit profits taken by the Barberini family during the war.
Cristoforo Giarda, was killed en route to Castro, near Monterosi, Pope Innocent X accused Duke Ranuccio II of murdering him.
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Innocent X is a Paris-based trio comprised of two guitarists and a drummer.
After a year of concerts and ‘happenings’, Innocent X was noticed by Pierre Walfisz, the artistic manager at Label Bleu, who offered to release the band's first album, Haut/Bas (2002).
Innocent X has approached their second recording, Fugues, with the will to explore new territories.
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 Michael Tooley's Philosophy Home Page
In the context of the present anti-abortion argument schema, however, the idea is to interpret the claim that an action is very seriously wrong as making the strong claim that the action in question is morally on a par with the intentional killing of an innocent, normal, adult human being.
Two of the premises in the argument schema do not involve the term "X", and so they are constant regardless of what expression is substituted for "X".
(3) Therefore it is at least prima facie very seriously wrong either (a) to kill an innocent X, or (b) to refuse to act as a life-support system for an innocent X in circumstances where one is responsible for that individual's being in need of a life-support system and where the individual will otherwise die.
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 Travel and Entertainment Channel | Asides | Galleria Doria Pamphili   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
You enter the space and suddenly your eyes flood with color: you are face to face with one of the great portraits in Western art-- "Pope Innocent X" (1650), rendered by the 17th century Spanish master Diego Velázquez, at the peak of his powers.
You will bump into a sculpture that you missed when you walked into the room: a remarkable bust of a very familiar man--Pope Innocent X, once again--but this time by the hand of the 17th century Italian sculptor Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini.
Pope Innocent X. Bernini's "Innocent" (also 1650), feels more delicate, with a lavish beard and a less imperial air.
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 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of September 19, 1650   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Adopted by the Pamphilj family, at his promotion to the cardinalate, with its last name, dignity and honors and recognized as cardinal nephew, cardinale nipote, of Pope Innocent X (1644-1655)
He was deprived of the title of nipote, the last name and arms of the Pamphilj family as well as of all ecclesiastic posts in Rome and was exiled to Sambuco, fief of the marquis of Astalli, his brother, in the diocese of Tivoli.
He was relegated until the death of Pope Innocent X in 1655.
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 Search Results for innocent - Encyclopædia Britannica
Elected pope on January 8, 1198, Innocent III reformed the Roman Curia, reestablished and expanded the pope's authority over the Papal States, worked...
Brief biography of this Italian Pontiff who served as the head of Roman Catholics from 1644 to 1655.
Biography of this pontiff who served as the head of Roman Catholics inb A.D. Pope Innocent XI
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 Francis Bacon Image Gallery_Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X, 1953   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X
Because I think it's one of the greatest portraits that has ever been made, and because I became obsessed by it.
I buy book after book with this illustration in it of the Velazquez's Pope, because it just haunts me, and it opens up all sorts of feelings and areas of - I was going to say - imagination, even, in me.
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1948 Mildred Gillars (Axis Sally) pleads innocent in Washington D.C. Joanna Pettit, London, actress, Knots Landing, Cry of the Innocent
1689 Innocent XI, [Benedetto Odescalchi], Pope (1676-89), dies at 78
1205 Pope Innocent III states Jews are doomed to perpetual servitude and subjugation due to crucifixion of Jesus
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 Guardian Unlimited | Arts features | Innocent X, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez (1650)
Innocent X, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez (1650)
Artist: Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (1599-1660), chief painter to Philip IV of Spain, visited Italy twice, both times on court business and both times having a profound impact on his painting.
Back in Madrid, he entered the final phase of genius consummated by his masterpiece Las Meninas (c1656), which is in the Prado.
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 Songtext 6> Innocent X by artist Therapy lyrics
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Songtext 6> Innocent X by artist Therapy lyrics
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 Study After Velasquez¹s Portrait of Pope Innocent X   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Study After Velasquez¹s Portrait of Pope Innocent X
Title: Study After Velasquez¹s Portrait of Pope Innocent X
Original Size: 5 ft 1/4 in x 3 ft 10 1/2 in
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 Study for a Portrait of Pope Innocent X @ Britart.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Study for a Portrait of Pope Innocent X @ Britart.com
'Study for a Portrait of Pope Innocent X', 1989
Lithograph on paper (HC from edition of 60) 30.3" x 46"
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