He was charged with various missions by the popes Eugenius IV.
Eugenius IV vainly strove to obtain the King's consent to an alteration of some of its details.
The council, indeed, attempted some reformation, but Eugenius IV.
While her prolonged trial was under way he did not even appeal to Eugenius IV.
Pius, however, showed his orthodoxy by reproving the laxity of Eugenius IV.
The exordium contained fierce personal abuse of Eugenius IV.
Still the indifference to excommunication grew, and in 1435 Eugenius IV.
Hence arose a double negotiation between him and Eugenius IV.
Eugenius IV employed distinguished humanists as his secretaries, and invited the most notable painters and sculptors to Rome.
The first great epoch in the history of the temporal power after the schism is the election of Eugenius IV.