- Italian pope from 1623 to 1644 who sanctioned the condemnation of Galileo but later freed him (1568-1644)
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- The play also deals with Galileo's tutoring of princes, and touches lightly on his familial relations, most especially on his relations with his friend, the future Pope Urban VIII.
- (Left: Canon Missae with the Arms of Pius IX; Right: Dalmatic with Barque of Peter, Papal Arms and personal papal arms of Pius XII woven into the fabric) (The stemma of Pope Urban VIII embroidered onto the chasuble, with the distinctive element of his arms woven into the fabric) Revival in the Traditional Liturgical Arts on Display in Nantes
- This famous act of vandalism by Urban VIII inspired the famous pasquinade: Quod non fecerunt barbari fecerunt Barberini. It Was the Roof
- It was "patronized" by Pope Urban VIII in such manner as to paralyze it, and it was afterward vexed by Pope Gregory XVI. A History of the warfare of Science with Theology in Christendom
- To Pope Urban VIII in the seventeenth century, it was both common sense and a matter of faith that the sun revolved around the earth.
- In the past it was broken into three hymns, Aurora lucis rutilat, Tristes erant Apostoli, and Claro Paschali gaudio, which were altered by Pope Urban VIII to Aurora caelum purpurat (Lauds), Tristes erant Apostoli (Vespers and Matins for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide), and Paschale mundo gaudium (Lauds for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide). Archive 2008-04-01