CLEMENT XI, POPE, 1649-1721.
Indulgence granted to Nevers (Church of St. Silvester), 1702 May 2.
MANUSCRIPT NUMBER 046
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CITATION: Pope Clement XI Indulgence granted to Nevers, MSS 046, Archives and Manuscripts Dept., Pitts Theology Library, Emory University.
Born Giovanni Francesco Albani, in Urbino, Italy, on July 23, 1649, Clement XI was pontificate from November 23, 1700 until March 19, 1721.
This collection consists of an indulgence granted to Nevers (Church
of St. Silvester). Valid for seven years, the indulgence to the followers
of Christ in the district of St. Silvester in the city of Nevers, France,
was granted by Pope Clement XI on May 2, 1702. It was confirmed by Edward
Vallot, Bishop of Nevers, on December 29, 1702. The indulgence is written
in Latin on a single vellum sheet. The manuscript is accompanied by typed
and handwritten transcriptions and a typed translation in English.