I know not whether we should ascribe to magnanimity or to a politic motive the behaviour of Clement VI.
These were faults that eclipsed all the good qualities of Clement VI.
Desirous of obtaining the fullest advantage from this unlooked-for good-fortune, Clement VI.
The humanity and prudence of Clement VI must on this occasion also be mentioned to his honor.
After making this concession the pope died, and was succeeded by Clement VI.
How universal the custom had become without authority of law is shown by the special privilege granted, about 1345, by Clement VI.
Avignon was a chief centre of the infection, and, amidst the desolation around him, Clement VI.
The present church was begun in 1344 by Clement VI, who built the choir and four bays of the nave.
Avignon was hers, and she sold it for 80,000 golden florins to Clement VI, who thus made an excellent bargain for the papacy.