Bull, the Golden

Bull, The Golden (also called Bulla Carolina) was an ordinance made by the emperor Charles IV at the Diet of Nuremberg, in January, 1356. It is so named because it was sealed with a golden seal, attached to cords of yellow and red silk. It contains thirty chapters on the form and ceremonies of electing the emperor; the number, functions, and rights of the electors; and all that belongs to the government of the empire.

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