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200, 299. 59 Gayet, Le grand schisme, pp. 212–21. 60 See for example De Conzié’s ordo in Dykmans, Le cérémonial papal de la fin du moyen âge à la renaissance: Les texts avignonnais jusqu’à la fin du grand schisme d’Occident, 1:47–61, and 262–335, according to him during their last diner at their personal residence the cardinals offered their last recommendations to their chamberlain and staff, requesting the maintenance of peace and order, and the staff’s prayers for a judicious choice in the new pontiff.
In his treatise against Urban VI, Nicolas Eymeric offers additional justifications—though he contradicts his allegations because he considered the election of Urban VI tainted by the crowd’s threats. 55 A large crowd of pilgrims gathered in the city for the occasion, and even 52 “Domini usque nunc cardinales dabant vobis verba generalia, modo dicunt effectualiter quod volunt contentare nos de papa romano vel italico; et debemus duo facere, primo regraciari Deo, secundo facere debetis illa que ipsi dicunt”; Gayet, Le grand schisme: Pièces justificatives, p.
Friends, neighbors, and a personal guard accompanied the cardinals; see Gayet, Le grand schisme, pp. 197–204. 55 The Easter indulgence is highlighted in a rubric extracted from a ceremonial book dated by Bernhard Schimmelpfennig at the time of Benedict XIII. The rubric states clearly “Die sabbati sancta papa dat indulgentias populo”; Bernhard Schimmelpfennig, Die Zeremonienbücher der römischen Kurie im Mittelalter (Tubingen, 1973), p. 309. 56 If the traditional distribution of the Easter indulgence attracted pilgrims to the city, the forthcoming election and the papal advent only increased their number.
A Companion to the Great Western Schism (1378-1417) (Brill's Companions to the Christian Tradition) by Joelle Rollo-Koster; Thomas M. Izbicki (editors)