“The conclave, or the convention of cardinals for the election of the pope, met in 1378 for the first time in about 7 decades, but on the day of the election, an unruly mob burst through the polished wooden gates of the Lateran Palace. This was where Pope Gregory had previously resided”


Charles River Editors, The Western Schism of 1378: The History and Legacy of the Papal Schism that Split the Catholic Church
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