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An individual was holding onto the bell tower as he range the bell, holding a red hat and signaling toward the Capitoline Hill. The mob still chanted for an Italian or Roman pope. To calm the crowd, Aigrefeuille and Orsini pushed their senior, Cardinal Corsini, prior of the cardinals, to promise the mob that a Roman or Italian pope would be elected. The cardinals discussed their options, including how to legitimize a contentious election once peace was restored. Still, as soon as Pedro de Luna proposed Bartolomeo Prignano’s name, the cardinals elected him by the mandatory two-thirds majority vote.
114 Franz Ehrle, “Die chronik des Garoscus de Ulmoisca Veteri und Bertrand Boysset,” Archiv für Literatur und Kirchengeschichte des Mittelalters 7 (1900), 332. 115 Ehrle, “Die chronik des Garoscus de Ulmoisca Veteri und Bertrand Boysset,” p. 332. 116 Ullmann, The Origins of the Great Schism, p. 39. 117 Valois, “L’élection d’Urbain VI,” pp. 409–10. 118 The author of the Catholic Encyclopedia’s article on “Ostia and Velletri,” U. htm. The cardinal-bishop’s role in the coronation ceremony legitimated the pope’s liturgical standing.
Cardinalis de Britania et alii fuerunt deraubati et nihil potuerunt recuperare)”; Gayet, Le grand schisme: Pièces justificatives, p. 42. 47 François de Conzié, who wrote his ordo shortly after the beginning of the Schism, dealt very specifically with the papal funeral and election, and with the liturgical activities of the college of cardinals during the interregnum. De Conzié updated the ordo XIV. See the discussion in the first chapter. See De Conzié’s ordo, as found in Marc 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 (Brussels, 1983), 1:47–61 and 262–335.