The Hutchinson Encyclopedia of the Renaissance

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Clement VI (Pierre Roger) 1342-52 Urban V 1362-70
Innocent VI 1352-62 Gregory XI (Pierre Roger) 1370-78
at Rome:at Avignon
Urban VI (Bartolomeo
1378-89 Clement VII 1378-94
Boniface IX (Pietro Tomacelli) 1389-1404 Benedict XIII
(after deposition, lived in Spain
continuing to claim himself pope; on
death in 1424, a successor, Clement
VIII, elected, who resigned 1429)
Innocent VII (Cosimo Migliorati) 1404-06
Gregory XII (Angelo Correr) 1406-15at Pisa:
Alexander V (Pietro Filagro)
John XXIII (Baldassare Cossa) 1410-15
Martin V (Otto Colonna) 1417- 31
Eugenius IV (Gabriele Condulmer) 1431-47at Basel:
Felix V
Nicholas V (Tommaso Parentucelli) 1447-55
Calixtus III (Alfonso Borgia) 1455-58
Pius II (Aeneas Sylvius Piccolomini) 1458-64
Paul II (Pietro Barbo) 1464-71
Sixtus IV (Francesco della Rovere) 1471-84
Innocent VIII (Giovanni Battista Cibò) 1484-92
Alexander VI (Roderigo Borgia) 1492-1503
Pius III (Franceso Piccolomini) 1503
Julius II (Giuliano della Rovere) 1503-13
Leo X (Giovanni de' Medici) 1513-21
Adrian VI (Adrian of Utrecht) 1522-23
Clement VII (Giulio de' Medici) 1523-34
Paul III (Alessandro Farnese) 1534-49
Julius III (Giovanni Maria Ciocchi
   del Monte)
Marcellus II (Marcello Cervini) 1555
Paul IV (Gian Pietro Carafa) 1555-59
Pius IV (Giovanni Angelo de' Medici) 1559-65
Pius V (Antonio Ghislieri) 1566-72
Gregory XIII (Ugo Boncompagni) 1572-85
Sixtus V (Felice Peretti) 1585-90
Urban VII (Gian Battista Castagna) 1590
Gregory XIV (Niccolò Sfondrati) 1590-91


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