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Romanus, Pope

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  • Romanus, Pope — • Ninth century Pope who reigned for four months in 897 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Romanus — (Latin, Roman) was a Roman cognomen and can refer to:*Aquila Romanus, Latin grammarian *Romanus (comes), a comes Africae, rebelled against by Firmus (4th century usurper)aints*St. Romanus of Caesarea, Martyr (c. 303), feast day November 18 *St.… …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Romanus —     Pope Romanus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Romanus     Of this pope very little is known with certainty, not even the date of his birth nor the exact dates of his consecration as pope and of his death. He was born at Gallese near Civita… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Romanus —     Pope Romanus     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Romanus     Of this pope very little is known with certainty, not even the date of his birth nor the exact dates of his consecration as pope and of his death. He was born at Gallese near Civita… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • 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

  • Romanus Pontifex — [See full text pp.13 20 (Latin) and pp.20 26 (English) in [http://books.google.com/books?id=uLILAAAAIAAJ vid=OCLC00855948 dq=nicholas+v+%22Romanus+Pontifex%22 jtp=9 European Treaties Bearing on the History of the United States and Its… …   Wikipedia

  • Romanus (exarch) — Romanus (died 596 or 597) was Exarch of Ravenna (589 596/7).In 589 he became Exarch in place of the discredited Smaragdus. [Paul the Deacon (3.26). History of the Lombards , translated by William Dudley Foulke, 1907 (Philadelphia: University of… …   Wikipedia

  • Pope John XIX (XX) —     Pope John XIX (XX)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope John XIX (XX)     Enthroned in 1024; d. 1032. After the death of the last patricius of the House of Crescentius, the counts of Tusculum seized the authority in Rome, a scion of this family …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope St. Gelasius I —     Pope St. Gelasius I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Gelasius I     Died at Rome, 19 Nov., 496. Gelasius, as he himself states in his letter to the Emperor Anastasius (Ep. xii, n. 1), was Romanus natus. The assertion of the Liber… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope Gregory IX —     Pope Gregory IX     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Gregory IX     (UGOLINO, Count of Segni).     Born about 1145, at Anagni in the Campagna; died 22 August, 1241, at Rome. He received his education at the Universities of Paris and Bologna.… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • 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

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