A History of the Church in the Middle Ages

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LIST OF POPES, 500-1500

A pope by definition is bishop of Rome. The date of the beginning of his pontificate is the date on which he became bishop of Rome. If the electee was already a bishop, he became bishop of Rome (and, thus, pope) at the time that he accepted election and not at the time of his subsequent coronation. If the electee was not a bishop, he became bishop of Rome (and, thus, pope) at the time of his consecration as bishop. It is this date that is preferred here. The pontificate ended with the death or, occasionally, with the resignation of the pope.

By convention some claimants are called anti-popes, where their claims have not been generally recognized by historians. Yet there will always be room for doubt. These anti-popes are listed in italics.

Symmachus, 498-514

Lawrence, 498-99; 501-06

Hormisdas, 514-23

John I, 523-26

Felix IV (sometimes III), 526-30

Dioscorus, 530

Boniface II, 530-32

John II, 533-35

Agapitus I, 535-36

Silverius, 536-37

Vigilius, 537-55

Pelagius I, 556-61

John III, 561-74

Benedict I, 575-79

Pelagius II, 579-90

Gregory I, 590-604

Sabinian, 604-06

Boniface III, 607

Boniface IV, 608-15

Deusdedit (also, Adeodatus I), 615-18

Boniface V, 619-25

Honorius I, 625-38

Severinus, 640

John IV, 640-42

Theodore I, 642-49

Martin I, 649-54

Eugenius I, 654-57

Vitalian, 657-72

Adeodatus II, 672-76

Donus, 676-78

Agatho, 678-81

Leo II, 682-83

Benedict II, 684-85

John V, 685-86

Conon, 686-87

Theodore, 687

Paschal, 687

Sergius I, 687-701

John VI, 701-05

John VII, 705-07

Sisinnius, 708

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Plates xi
  • Maps xii
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - The Pre-Medieval Church 3
  • 2 - The Beginning of the Middle Ages 13
  • 3 - Justinian and Mohammed 30
  • 5 - Church, Carolingians and Vikings 71
  • 6 - The Church in Disarray, C.850-C.1050 90
  • 7 - Reform, the East, Crusade 105
  • 8 - The Twelfth Century 131
  • 9 - Three Twelfth-Century Profiles 152
  • 10 - The Age of Innocent III 184
  • 11 - The Emergence of Dissent and the Rise of the Friars 202
  • 14 - Death and Purgatory 275
  • 15 - Exile in Avignon and Aftermath 297
  • 16 - The Great Schism 315
  • 17 - The Fifteenth Century 332
  • List of Popes, 500-1500 354
  • Index 357
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