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Hadrian I, Pope

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  • Hadrian I, Pope — ( d. 795)    Roman noble and pope (r. 772 795), Hadrian was an important figure in the birth of the Papal States and an important ally of the Carolingian ruler Charlemagne. The pope contributed to Charlemagne s renewal of church and society and… …   Encyclopedia of Barbarian Europe

  • Pope Adrian — or Pope Hadrian may refer to:*Pope Adrian I (died 795) *Pope Adrian II (792 ndash;872) *Pope Adrian III (died 885) *Pope Adrian IV (c. 1100 ndash;1159), English pope *Pope Adrian V (c. 1205 ndash;1276) *Pope Adrian VI (1459 ndash;1523), Dutch… …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Adrian IV — Adrian IV Papacy began 4 December 1154 Papacy ended 1 September 1159 Predecessor Anastasius IV …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Formosus —     Pope Formosus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Formosus     (891 896)     The pontificate of this pope belongs to that era of strife for political supremacy in Italy, which succeeded the disruption of the Carlovingian empire. Formosus was… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hadrian the Seventh — (also known as Hadrian VII ) is probably the best known work of the English novelist Frederick Rolfe, who wrote as Baron Corvo .Published in 1904, this novel of extreme wish fulfilment developed out of an article he wrote on the Papal Conclave to …   Wikipedia

  • Pope St. Vitalian —     Pope St. Vitalian     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Vitalian     (Reigned 657 72).     Date of birth unknown; d. 27 January, 672. Nothing is known of Vitalian s life before he was raised to the Holy See. According to the Liber… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hadrian VI. — Hadrian VI. (Gemälde von Jan van Scorel) Hadrian VI., mit bürgerlichem Namen Adriaan Floriszoon (Florenszoon) Boeyens beziehungsweise Adriaan Florisz d’Edel, in damaliger Schreibweise Adriaen Floriszoon Boeiens, im Deutschen auch unter dem Namen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hadrian IV. — Hadrian IV. (* als Nicholas Breakspear zwischen 1100 und 1120 in St Albans, Hertfordshire, England; † 1. September 1159 in Anagni) war der einzige Papst englischer Nationalität in der Kirchengeschichte. Breakspear erhielt eine theologische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pope St. Gregory I (the Great) —     Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gregory I ( the Great )     Doctor of the Church; born at Rome about 540; died 12 March 604. Gregory     is certainly one of the most notable figures in Ecclesiastical… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope St. Clement I —     Pope St. Clement I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Clement I     Pope Clement I (called CLEMENS ROMANUS to distinguish him from the Alexandrian), is the first of the successors of St. Peter of whom anything definite is known, and he is …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Hadrian II —    Pope (q.v.) from 867 872. He was drawn into two struggles with the Byzantine church. The first concerned the election of Photios as patriarch of Constantinople (qq.v.), which Hadrian disapproved of. This was decided in the papacy s (q.v.)… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

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