Giulio de' Medici

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Noun1.Giulio de' Medici - Italian pope from 1523 to 1534 who broke with Henry VIII of England after Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon and married Anne Boleyn (1478-1534)
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42) If the anachronism of calling Giulio de Medici as Clement VII when referring to an event that took place before his election (1523) could be explained as a simple linguistic habit of the later writer (Heikamp 1972: 9), the problematic character of Widmanstetter's statement, however, has been stressed by E.
His official dispatches, written primarily in French and addressed to recipients that include Louise of Savoy, Francis I, and Chancellor Antoine Duprat, constitute valuable historical documents that chronicle the complex diplomatic maneuvers of the French and Spanish at the court of Leo X, the papacy's 1521 defensive alliance with Emperor Charles V, and the rise of Giulio de Medici.
Osmond analyzes the conspiracy of 1522 against Cardinal Giulio de Medici and its relationship with Machiavellianism.