Author: Michele Pellegrini
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|argument:||New relations between the Churches of Rome and Milan|
|series:||Studi di Storia del cristianesimo e delle chiese cristiane|
|pages:||XVIII + 342|
Into the second half of the twelfth century, in Milan, with the collaboration of a group of clerics' ordo maior, Archbishop Galdino della Sala is the organizer of the anti-imperial policy of Pope Alexander III.
In the following decades the men entourage of Galdino will guide the Ambrosian Church until the new century when the great battle between the bishop Philip of Lampugnano and Pope Innocent III will lead to the establishment of new relations between the Churches of Rome and Milan .
On the protagonists of these events are provided in the appendix, timely and extensive personal cards.