Upon assuming the papal chair, Eugene IV took violent measures against the numerous Colonna relatives of his predecessor Martin V, who had rewarded them with castles and lands. This at once involved him in a serious contest with the powerful house of Colonna that nominally supported the local rights of Rome against ...
Pope Eugene I (d. 2 June 657), also known as Eugenius I, was Pope from 10 August 654 to his death in 657. He was a native of Rome, born to one Rufinianus. In June 653, in the midst of a dispute with Byzantine Emperor Constans II over Monothelitism (the belief that Jesus had that only a single, divine will), Pope Martin I ...
Founder and principal of Rome & Associates, A.P.C., Eugene Rome is an accomplished litigator and transactional attorney.
Dec 2, 2015 ... In the article, “Who owns rights to art when a manager-artist relationship ends?” published by the Daily Journal, Partner Eugene Rome discusses the symbiotic relationship between artists and their managers, and what happens when that relationship dissolves. When relationships end, the ownership of ...
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They bear the entablature which separates the storeys, and which is stepped in five separate lengths. These bear a single epigraph: Deo sacrum in hon[ore] S[ ancti] Eugenii I, Pius XII Pont[ifex] Max[imus] Romanus A[nno] D[omini] MDCCCCL ("Sacred to God in honour of St Eugene I, Pius XII greatest Roman high priest, AD ...