Peter of Anolo

Peter Of Anolo a Swiss theologian of the 15th century, flourished at Basle as doctor and professor of canon law. He wrote about 1460, Libellus de Caesarum Monarchia ad Fridericum, etc. (under the title De Imperio Romano, edited by Faber, Strasburg, 1603; Nuremb. 1657). The work takes the ground that the German empire is the continuance of the Roman imperium (a view in very recent times espoused by Freeman in his Comparative Politics). All princes are subordinate to the emperor; the emperor is the subordinate of the pope, who has received his authority from God.

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