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Recensioni ly autocratic regime. It is interesting to see a similar perspective brought to the Roman court, where a monarchy of a different sort was equally tempered and balanced by factional intrigue. The reader of Court and Politics also encounters interstitial episodes in which the absence of the pope is the most compelling feature. Irene Fosi's chapter on the possesso ritual emphasizes the importance not of continuity between popes, but of discontinuity and novelty. Tensions from thedoi:10.33137/q.i..v25i2.9198 fatcat:e3vezlwlpfgxldgovwoa5myoda