Concordat of Bologna

   The Concordat (a treaty between the Holy See and a state) of Bologna (1516) was an important negotiation between King francis i and Pope Leo x that superceded the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges and recognized the supremacy of the pope's authority over the church in France but left ecclesiastical nominations, and thereby the real power, in the hands of the king.
   See also gallicanism.

France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present . 1884.

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