This essay examines the diplomatic relations between Rome and the British Isles in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, focusing especially on the missions of Gregorio Panzani, George Conn and Carlo Rossetti. The author emphasizes the complexity and multifaceted nature of Roman politics and the function of Rome as a major node in the network through which political information on Britain spread throughout Catholic Europe.

Britain and the Papacy: Diplomacy and Conflict in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century

VILLANI, STEFANO
2013

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This essay examines the diplomatic relations between Rome and the British Isles in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, focusing especially on the missions of Gregorio Panzani, George Conn and Carlo Rossetti. The author emphasizes the complexity and multifaceted nature of Roman politics and the function of Rome as a major node in the network through which political information on Britain spread throughout Catholic Europe.
Villani, Stefano
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