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This thesis is a religio-cultural history of Florence in the years 1419-1443, during which Popes Martin V and Eugenius IV were forced to locate their papacies in that city due to a variety of religious and political factors. It traces the impact of these papal residencies, and it argues that this important period has been thus far understudied by historians; its conclusions are therefore a re-examination of the prevailing scholarly consensus.doi:10.4225/03/5a2db3e24e9a9 fatcat:pwhjhz53a5h67mioxpk22ak43i