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Ultimately, Tetzel's "powers have been overrated by friend and foe alike," in the view of Ludwig von Pastor, author of The History of the Popes.
Unlike Ignatius Loyola, Theatines did not shy away from the episcopacy; Ludwig von Pastor called the order a "seminary" for bishops.
Thus, Ludwig von Pastor stated that the Sack "marked, in fact, the end of the Renaissance, the end of the Rome of Julius II and Leo X." If recent research on the later Cinquecento (e.