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68 The focus on Castel Sant’ Angelo makes sense when one realizes the many assets it contained. 69 The conclave took place on the first floor of the Vatican, in an enclosed area comprised of two chapels, a vestibule, and the cardinals’ cells. A flight of stairs linked this first floor to the palace’s courtyard, but the gate connecting the courtyard and stairs had been sealed. Three doors led out of the conclave to other rooms on the first floor. One was sealed, and the other two were left open until all visitors exited the conclave.
83 Testimonies allude to this “expected” despoliation in various degrees. 84 He considered the crowd somewhat out of control and feared its breaching of the conclave, but he only mentions the possibility of scandalum if this happened—which is open to interpretation—and he especially emphasizes the possible loss of their goods. 85 80 Valois, La France, 1:46; and “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” p. 394. Valois, “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” p. 394. 82 Ullmann, The Origins of the Great Schism, p. 40. 83 The text reads, “Qui quidem Urbanus statim libros et quasdam alias res ipsius ad loca tuta portari fecit, ne, si rumor insurgeret in populo, quod ipse electus esset in papam, forsan Romani more suo irruerent in ejus hospitium ac ipsum suis libris et rebus hujusmodi spoliarent”; Annales ecclesiastici, 26:288–89.
Et D. Massilliensis respondit: Vadatis ad S. Petrum, et tunc multi crediderunt quod D. S. Petri esset papa. Iverunt ad ejus domus et 36 joëlle rollo-koster ransacked both houses, they realized—after the respective prelates’ staff warned them—that neither man had been chosen as pope. ” Cardinal Orsini appeared, asking the crowd to calm down because the pope was indeed an Italian. However, friends of the abbot and of the cardinal of St. ” Here Bartolomeo interjects his narrative with a statement to the effect that he had heard all of this from many cardinals, and if the crowd had not made such a racket, they would have enthroned Prignano after lunch.
A Companion to the Great Western Schism (1378-1417) (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition) by Joelle Rollo-Koster; Thomas M. Izbicki (editors)