The Excommunication of Robert the Pious (1875) by Jean-Paul Laurens The officiants have just excommunicated Robert by bell, book, and candle, and left the quenched candle behind. Robert II of France was excommunicated by Pope Gregory V for his marriage to Bertha of Burgundy in 996, because she was his cousin. In a previous article (tace […]
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