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Controversy -- the name given to disputes between the Church and
the Emperor and other princes over the right to invest abbots and bishops with
the ring and staff and to receive homage. The political and religious issues
were strongly contested in the 11th and 12th cent., especially between
Hildebrand and the Emperor Henry IV. A compromise was reached in 1122, when the
Emperor gave up his claim to invest with the ring and the staff but continued
to grant the temporalities. In England the controversy between Anselm and Henry
I over lay investiture was settled in a similar fashion in 1107. [BD]
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