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        StatementMinistry of Culture
        PublishersMinistry of Culture
        LC Classifications2001
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        Paginationxvi, 86 p. :
        Number of Pages88
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        ISBN 109602146850
        2Byzantine hours : works and days in Byzantium

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Adrian may have been caught off-balance by the Emperor's swift entry into Italy and the speed with which he approached Rome. This, suggests Robinson, sowed the seeds of the disputed election following Adrian's death. Adrian'sBoso—who later wrote Adrian's Vita —described the Pope as "mild and kindly in bearing, of high character and learning, famous as a preacher, and renowned for his fine voice".

Sayers describes Adrian IV as "a true son of the reforming papacy". The English says he came fromalthough Paris mistakenly ascribes to his father the name. Adrian claimed that Arnold's execution had been on the initiative of the of Rome, but some contemporary observers, such assuspected Adrian of ordering the execution himself. In two follow up letters, Adrian gave the Abbot of St Albans authority to replace the clerks in churches under his jurisdiction with his preferred candidates.

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