Pope Nicholas V Crowns Frederick III Emperor Hot

Pope Nicholas V Crowns Frederick III Emperor

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Pope Nicholas V crowns Frederick III as Holy Roman Emperor, the last time such a coronation occurred in St. Peter's. Frederick III is actually fortunate to be emperor at all — the electors have been agitating for reforms which he opposes and they come close to not choosing him.

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