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31 May 1529 – The Legatine Court opens

| May 31, 2016

31 May 1529 – The Legatine Court opens

On this day in history, 31st May 1529, formal proceedings began into Henry VIII’s case for an annulment at a special legatine court presided over by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey and Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio at Blackfriars in London. The case came to nothing when it was adjourned in July 1529 for a summer recess, never to […]

29 September 1528 – Cardinal Campeggio arrives in England

| September 29, 2015

29 September 1528 – Cardinal Campeggio arrives in England

On this day in history, 29th September 1528, the papal legate, Cardinal Lorenzo Campeggio, landed at Dover on the Kent coast. He had been made papal legate in June 1528 in preparation for hearing the case for the annulment of the marriage of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon at a special legatine court. Click […]