Finke, Konzilienstudien z.
Finke, Forschungen and Quellen zur Gesch.
Finke in his Acta concilii Constantiensis, 1896); and J.
Finke, Ungedriickte Dominikanerbriefe des 13.
But in fie lawe of our lorde is pe wille of him; and [in] his lawe we shall finke day and nyght.
Of the vast literature on this pontificate we must content ourselves with citing: Heinrich Finke, Aus den Tagen Bonifaz' VIII.
(1894); Finke, Acta Aragonen.
In this last achievement Professor Finke finds the solution of a problem which Langlois had declared to be insoluble.
The new materials from the Aragonese archives, published by Finke, give the same general impression of "uncanny" reticence on Philip's part; when other contemporary kings would have spoken he keeps silence, allowing his ministers to speak for him.
It is now tolerably clear that Philip's motives in this sinister proceeding were lack of money, and probably the deliberate Finke, ii.
Finke, Papsttum and Untergang des Templerordens, 2 vols.
Finke, Aus den Tagen Bonifaz VIII.
Finke, 146-190; J.