Pius II (neas Sylvius), pope, died; celebrated for his wise and witty sayings.
Nothing can be more terse and graphic than the sketch of his character by Pius II.
"A little worm-wood can pollute a hive of honey," was one of the wise sayings of Pius II.
He carried with him an ample store of money, part of which he invested in a bull from Pius II.
The papal view of the permission to use the cup, as set forth by Pius II.
In the quarrel which ensued his heterodoxy served as a convenient object of attack, and in 1461 Pius II.
Each of the ten books has a heading in burnished gold in which the dedication to Pius II.
How completely under such a system religion and morals came to be dissociated is seen in the remarks of Pius II.
A change, however, came over him when he assumed the title of Pius II.
The papal throne has seldom been better filled than by Pius II.