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office of ambassador in the Middle Ages.

Donald E. Queller

office of ambassador in the Middle Ages.

by Donald E. Queller

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Published by Princeton UniversityPress in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English


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ISBN 100691045305

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Geoffrey Chaucer occupies a unique position in the Middle Ages. He was born a commoner, but through his intellect and astute judgments of human character, he moved freely among the aristocracy. Although very little is definitely known about the details of his life, Chaucer was probably born shortly after Catholicism in the Middle Ages. The bishop is the ambassador of emperor and people, as on that dread day in the middle of the century, when Leo the Great went out to Attila, on his way to Rome, and persuaded the great Hun to turn back with his half million savages and spare the Eternal City. Indeed, the great book-fair of Leipzig is.

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The evolution of the office of the ambassador from the primitive messenger (nuncius) through the Roman law procurator to the nearly modern resident ambassador is traced in this study of the ambassador of representative institutions to the relations among states in the Middle Ages.

The book makes use of official diplomatic documents5/5(1). The evolution of the office of the ambassador from the primitive messenger (nuncius) through the Roman law procurator to the nearly modern resident ambassador is traced in this study of the ambassador of representative institutions to the relations among states in the Middle Ages.

The book makes use of official diplomatic documents, many unpublished, and most of them drawn from archives in Venice, England, and Flanders. The evolution of the office of the ambassador from the primitive messenger (nuncius) through the Roman law procurator to the nearly modern resident ambassador is traced in this study of the ambassador of representative institutions to the relations among states in the Middle Ages.

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