Diplomatarium Fennicum
DF 6741
 
13.12.1465
latina
-- ei antajatietoa --


Henricus Bella, a Dominican friar and priest from the diocese of Turku, once assaulted a layman who was supposed to maintain the organ bellows but did not do his job well. Henricus hit him on the back five times with a stick. Three days later the layman was struck down with a pestilent abscess in his left armpit. Since the plague was raging there at the time and the examination of the layman had shown no bruises from the blows he had received, it was considered that he died becasuse of the inflamed abscess and not from the blows. Henricus nevertheless abstained from celebrating after these events. Philippus, cardinal priest of San Lorenzo in Lucina, refers the case to the auditor Anthonius de Grassis for inspection and commissions the diocesan bishop to declare Henricus innocent of homicide and not irregular, on condition that the facts above are true.
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Auctoritate Papae
Stockholm
2008
#116
Vatikaani, Archivum Secretum Vaticanum, Archivio della Penitenzieria Apostolica
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