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Kingston Lacy House and Gardens

Oak double doors with doorcase acquired from the Vatican, with the Farnese Pope Paul III include the 'fleur de lys', 'the same as ours'.

Hatchlands park

Pope Paul III, Alessandro Farnese (1468-1549) Son of Pierluigi Ranuccio Farnese and Giovannella Caetani. Portrait by Titian

PAUL III, formerly Alessandro Farnese. excommunicated Henry VIII. of England, Michelangelo rendered the further construction of St. Peter's, 1468-1534-1549. Bull. Rome, "apud Sanctumpetrum" 5. Idus Decembris (9.XII.) 1538. 1 S. cross-gm folio. Parchment. With calligraphic decorated header and red and yellow silk cord hanging B l e i s i e g e l. In places, a little faded, smaller letters loss through wormholes. Little Neck at the bottom right without text contact. The Pope granted Augustinus…

May 4,1493 – Pope Alexander VI issued the papal bull Inter caetera, establishing a line of demarcation dividing the New World between Spain and Portugal.It remains unclear to the present whether the pope was issuing a "donation" of sovereignty or a feudal infeodation or investiture. Differing interpretations have been argued since the bull was issued, with some arguing that it was only meant to transform the possession and occupation of land into lawful sovereignty.