Rome: Complete list of popes

Taken from the latest edition of Blue Guide Rome.

Antipopes, usurpers or otherwise unlawful occupants of the pontifical throne are given in square brackets.

1. St Peter; martyr; 42-67

2. St Linus, of Tuscia (Volterra?); martyr; 67-78

3. St Anacletus I, of Rome; martyr; 78-90 (?)

4. St Clement I, of the Roman Flavian gens; martyr; 90-99 (?)

5. St Evaristus, of Greece (or of Bethlehem); martyr; 99-105 (?)

6. St Alexander I, of Rome; martyr; 105-115 (?)

7. St Sixtus I, of Rome; martyr; 115-125 (?)

8. St Telesphorus, of Greece; martyr; 125-136 (?)

9. St Iginus, of Greece; martyr; 136-140 (?)

10.  St Pius I, of Italy; martyr; 140-155 (?)

11.  St Anicetus, of Syria; martyr; 155-166 (?)

12.  St Soter, of Campania (Fundi?);martyr; 166-175 (?)

13.  St Eleutherus, of Epirus(Nicopolis?); martyr; 175-189

14.  St Victor I, of Africa; martyr; 189-199

15.  St Zephyrinus, of Rome; martyr; 199-217

16.  St Calixtus, of Rome; martyr; 217-222

[Hippolytus, 217-235]

17.  St Urban I, of Rome; martyr; 222-230

18.  St Pontianus, of Rome; martyr; 21 July 230-28 Sept 235

19.  St Anterus, of Greece; martyr; 21 Nov 235-3 Jan 236

20.  St Fabian, of Rome; martyr; 10 Jan 236-20 Jan 250

21.  St Cornelius, of Rome; martyr; March 251-June 253

[Novatian, 251-258]

22.  St Lucius I, of Rome; martyr; 25 June 253-5 March 254

23.  St Stephen I, of Rome; martyr; 12 May 254-2 Aug 257

24.  St Sixtus II, of Greece (?); martyr; 30 Aug 257-6 Aug 258

25.  St Dionysius, of Magna Graecia (?); martyr; 22 July 259-26 Dec 268

26.  St Felix I, of Rome; martyr; 5 Jan 269-30 Dec 274

27.  St Eutychianus, of Luni; martyr; 4 Jan 275-7 Dec 283

28.  St Gaius, of Dalmatia (Salona?); martyr; 17 Dec 283-22 April 296

29.  St Marcellinus, of Rome; martyr; 30 June 296-25 Oct 304

30.  St Marcellus I, of Rome; martyr; 27 May 308-16 Jan 309

31.  St Eusebius, of Greece; martyr; 18 April 309-17 Aug 309 or 310

32.  St Melchiades or Miltiades, of Africa; martyr; 2 July 311-11 Jan 314

33.  St Sylvester I, of Rome; 31 Jan 314-31 Dec 335

34.  St Mark, of Rome; 18 Jan 336-7 Oct 336

35.  St Julius I, of Rome; 6 Feb 337-12 April 352

36.  Liberius, of Rome; 17 May 352-22 Sept 366

[St Felix II, 355-22 Nov 365]

37.  St Damasus I, of Spain; 1 Oct 366-11 Dec 384

[Ursinus, 366-367]

38.  St Siricius, of Rome; 15 Dec 384-26 Nov 399

39.  St Anastasius I, of Rome; 27 Nov 399-19 Dec 401

40.  St Innocent I, of Albano; 22 Dec 401-12 March 417

41.  St Zosimus, of Greece; 18 March 417-26 Dec 418

42.  St Boniface I, of Rome; 29 Dec 418-4 Sept 422

[Eulalius, 27 Dec 418-3 April 419]

43.  St Caelestinus I, of Campania; 10 Sept 422-27 July 432

44.  St Sixtus III, of Rome; 3 July (?) 432-19 Aug 440

45.  St Leo I the Great, of Tusculum; 29 Sept 440-10 Nov 461

46. St Hilarius, of Sardinia; 19 Nov 461-29 Feb 468

47. St Simplicius, of Tivoli; 3 March 468-10 March 483

48. St Felix III (II), of Rome, of the gens Anicia; 13 March 483-1 March 492

49.  St Gelasius I, of Africa; 1 March 492-21 Nov 496

50.  St Anastasius II, of Rome; 24 Nov 496-19 Nov 498

51.  St Symmachus, of Sardinia; 22 Nov 498-19 July 514

[Laurentius, Nov 498-505]

52. St Hormisdas, of Frosinone; 20 July 514-6 Aug 523

53. St John I, of Tusculum; martyr; 13 Aug 523-18 May 526. Died at Ravenna

54.  St Felix IV (III), of Samnium (Benevento?); 12 July 526-22 Sept 530

55.  Boniface II, of Rome; 22 Sept 530-7 Oct 532

[Dioscurus, 22 Sept 530-14 Oct 530]

56.  John II, of Rome; 2 Jan 533-8 May 535

57.  St Agapitus I, of Rome; 13 May 535-22 April 536. Died at Constantinople

58.  St Silverius, of Frosinone; martyr; 8 June 536-deposed 11 March 537. Died in exile on the island of Ponza 538 (?)

59.  Vigilius, of Rome; June 538 (?)-7 June 555 (but elected 29 March 537). Died at Syracuse

60.  Pelagius I, of Rome; 16 April 556-4 March 561

61.  John III, of Rome; 17 July 561-13 July 574

62. Benedict I, of Rome; 2 June 575-30 July 579

63.  Pelagius II, of Rome; 26 Nov 579-7 Feb 590

64.  St Gregory I the Great, of Rome, of the gens Anicia; 3 Sept 590-13 March 604

65. Sabinianus, of Tusculum; 13 Sept 604-22 Feb 606

66. Boniface III, of Rome; 19 Feb 607-12 Nov 607

67.  St Boniface IV, of Valeria de’ Marsi; 25 Aug 608-8 May 615

68. St Deusdedit I, of Rome; 19 Oct 615-8 Nov 618

69. Boniface V, of Naples; 23 Dec 619-25 Oct 625

70. Honorius I, of Campania; 27 Oct 625-12 Oct 638

71. Severinus, of Rome; 28 May 640-2 Aug 640

72.  John IV, of Dalmatia; 24 Dec 640-12 Oct 642

73.  Theodore I, of Jerusalem (? Or Greece); 24 Nov 642-14 May 649

74.  St Martin I, of Todi; martyr; 21 July 649-exiled 18 June 653-16 Sept 655. Died at Sebastopol

75.  St Eugenius I, of Rome; 16 Sept 655-2 June 657

76.  St Vitalian, of Segni; 30 July 657-27 Jan 672

77. Deusdedit II, of Rome; 11 April 672-17 June 676

78. Donus, of Rome; 2 Nov 676-11 April 678

79. St Agatho, of Sicily; 27 June 678-10 Jan 681

80.  St Leo II, of Sicily; 17 Aug 682-3 July 683

81. St Benedict II, of Rome; 26 June 684-8 May 685

82. John V, of Antioch; 23 July 685-2 Aug 686

83. Conon, of Thrace; 21 Oct 686-21 Sept 687

[Theodore, 22 Sept 687-Oct 687]

[Paschal, 687]

84. St Sergius I, of Palermo; 15 Dec 687-8 Sept 701

85. John VI, of Greece; 30 Oct 701-11 Jan 705

86. John VII, of Greece; 1 March 705-18 Oct 707

87. Sisinnius, of Syria; 15 Jan 708-4 Feb 708

88. Constantine, of Syria; 25 March 708-9 April 715

89. St Gregory II, of Rome; 19 May 715-11 Feb 731

90. St Gregory III, of Syria; 18 March 731-10 Dec 741

91.  St Zacharias, of Greece; 10 Dec 741-22 March 752

92. Stephen II, of Rome; 23 March 752-25 March 752

93. St Stephen III, of Rome; 26 March 752-26 April 757

94. St Paul I, of Rome; 29 May 757- 28 June 767

[Constantine II, 5 July 767-murdered 769]

[Philip, elected 31 July 768-abdicated 768]

95. Stephen IV, of Sicily; 7 Aug 768-3 Feb 772

96. Hadrian I, of Rome; 9 Feb 772-26 Dec 795

97. St Leo III, of Rome; 27 Dec 795-12 June 816

98. St Stephen V, of Rome; 22 June 816-14 Jan 817

99. St Paschal I, of Rome; 25 Jan 817-11 Feb 824

100. Eugenius II, of Rome; 21 Feb 824-27 Aug 827

101. Valentine, of Rome; Aug (?) 827- Sept (?) 827

102. Gregory IV, of Rome; Oct 827-25 Jan 844

103. Sergius II, of Rome; Jan 844-27 Jan 847

[John, 844]

104. St Leo IV, of Rome; 10 April 847-17 July 855

105. St Benedict III, of Rome; 6 Oct 855-17 April 858

[Anastasius, 29 Sept 855-20 Oct 855]

106. St Nicholas I the Great, of Rome; 24 April 858-13 Nov 867

107. Hadrian II, of Rome; 14 Dec 867-14 Dec 872

108. John VIII, of Rome, 14 Dec 872-16 Dec 882

109. Marinus I (Martin II) of Gallesium; 16 Dec 882-15 May 884

110. St Hadrian III, of Rome; 17 May 884-17 Sept 885

111. Stephen VI, of Rome; Sept 885-Sept 891

112. Formosus, bishop of Porto; 6 Oct 891-4 April 896

113. Boniface VI, of Gallesium; April 896

114. Stephen VII, of Rome; May 896-Aug 897. Strangled in prison

115. Romanus, of Gallesium; Aug 897-end of Nov 897

116. Theodore II, of Rome; Dec 897

117. John IX, of Tivoli; Jan 898-Jan 900

118. Benedict IV, of Rome; Jan 900-end July 903

119. Leo V, of Ardea; end of July 903-Sept 903. Deposed and imprisoned

[Christopher, of Rome; 903, deposed in Jan 904]

120. Sergius III, of Rome; 29 Jan 904-14 April 911

121. Anastasius III, of Rome; April 911-June 913

122. Lando, of Sabina; end of July 913-Feb 914

123. John X, of Ravenna; March 914-May 928. Strangled in prison

124. Leo VI, of Rome; May 928-Dec 928

125. Stephen VIII, of Rome; Jan 929-Feb 931

126. John XI, of Rome; son of Pope Sergius III and Marozia; March 931-Dec 935. Died in prison

127. Leo VII; 3 (?) Jan 936-13 (?) July 939

128. Stephen IX, of Germany (?); 14 (?) July 939-end of Oct 942

129. Marinus II (Martin III), of Rome; 30 (?) Oct 942-May 946

130. Agapitus II, of Rome; 10 May 946-Dec 955

131. John XII, Ottaviano, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, aged 19; 16 (?) Dec 955-deposed 14th May 964

132. Leo VIII, of Rome, 4 Nov 963-1 March 965

133. Benedict V, Grammatico, of Rome; 22 (?) May 964-expelled from the pontifical see 23 June 964; died at Bremen 4 July 966

134. John XIII, of Rome; 1 Oct 965-5 Sept 972

135. Benedict VI, of Rome; 19 Jan 973-June 974. Strangled in prison

[Boniface VII, Francone, of Rome; June-July 974 for the first time]

136. Benedict VII, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, of Rome; Oct 974-10 July 983

137. John XIV, of Pavia; Dec 983-20 Aug 984; killed by Francone (Boniface VII)

[Boniface VII, Francone; for the second time, Aug 984-murdered July 985]

138. John XV, of Rome; Aug 985-March 996

139. Gregory V, Bruno, of the family of the Counts of Carinthia; 3 May 996-18 Feb 999

[John XVI, John Philagathus, of Greece; March 997-Feb 998]

140. Sylvester II, Gerbert of Aurillac, Auvergne; 2 April 999-12 May 1003

141. John XVII, Sicco, of Rome; June (?) 1003-6 Nov 1003

142. John XVIII, of Rapagnano; Jan (?) 1004-July (?) 1009

143. Sergius IV, of Rome; 31 July 1009-12 May 1012

144. Benedict VIII, John, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, of Rome; 18 May 1012-9 April 1024

[Gregory, 1012]

145. John XIX, of Rome, brother of Benedict VIII; April 1024-1032

146. Benedict IX, Theophylact, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum; elected (aged 15) for the first time in 1032-deposed in Dec 1044; elected for the second time 10 March 1045-deposed 1 May 1045; elected for the third time 8 Nov 1047- deposed 17 July 1048 Source Blue Guide Rome 10

147. Sylvester III, John, bishop of Sabina; 20 Jan 1045-deposed 11 March 1045

148. Gregory VI, Gratian, of Rome; 5 May 1045-banished 20 Dec 1046; died 1047

149. Clement II, Suidger, bishop of Bamberg; 25 Dec 1046-died at Pesaro 9 Oct 1047

150. Damasus II, Poppo, bishop of Bressanone, of Bavaria; 17 July 1048-9 Aug 1048. Died at Palestrina

151. St Leo IX, Bruno, of Germany, bishop of Toul; 12 Feb 1049-19 April 1054

152. Victor II, Gebhard, of Germany, bishop of Eichstätt; 16 April 1055-28 July 1057. Died at Arezzo

153. Stephen X, Frédéric, of the family of the Dukes of Lorraine; 3 Aug 1057-29 March 1058

[Benedict X, of Rome; 5 April 1058-deposed 24 Jan 1059]

154. Nicholas II, Gérard de Bourgogne; 24 Jan 1059-27 (?) July 1061

155. Alexander II, Anselmo of Milan; 30 Sept 1061-21 April 1073

[Honorius II, appointed by Imperial Diet of Basle 1061-1072]

156. St Gregory VII, Hildebrand di Bonizio Aldobrandeschi, of  Sovana; 22 April 1073-25 May 1085

[Clement III, Ghiberto; 25 Jan 1080-Sept 1100]

157. Bl. Victor III, Desiderio Epifani, of Benevento; elected 24 May 1086, consecrated 9 May 1087-16Sept 1087

158. Bl. Urban II, of Reims; 12 March 1088-29 July 1099

159. Paschal II, Rainiero, of Breda; 14 Aug 1099-21 Jan 1118

[Theodoric, Sept-Dec 1100]

[Albert, Feb-March 1102]

[Sylvester IV, 18 Nov 1105-12 April 1111]

160. Gelasius II, Giovanni Caetani, of Gaeta; 24 Jan 1118-28 Jan 1119

[Gregory VIII, Maurice Bourdain, of Limoges, 8 March 1118-deposed April 1121]

161. Calixtus II, Guy de Bourgogne, of Quingey; 2 Feb 1119-13 Dec 1124

162. Honorius II, Lamberto Scannabecchi, of Fanano (Modena); 15 Dec 1124-13 Feb 1130

163. Innocent II, Gregorio Papareschi, of Trastevere; 14 Feb 1130-24 Sept 1143

[Anacletus II, Pierleone, a converted Jew; 14 Feb 1130-25 Jan 1138]

[Victor IV, Gregorio da Monticelli, elected 15 March 1138, abdicated 29 May 1138]

164. Celestine II, Guido, of Città  di Castello; 26 Sept 1143-8 March 1144

165. Lucius II, Gerardo Caccianemici dell’Orso, of Bologna; 12 March 1144-15 Feb 1145

166. Bl. Eugenius III, Bernardo Paganelli, of Montemagno (Pisa); 15 Feb 1145-8 July 1153

167. Anastasius IV, Corrado, of the Suburra, Rome; 12 July 1153-3 Dec 1154

168. Hadrian IV, Nicholas Breakspear, of Abbot’s Langley (Hertfordshire, England); 4 Dec 1154-1 Sept 1159. Died at Anagni

169. Alexander III, Rolando Bandinelli, of Siena; 7 Sept 1159-30 Aug 1181. Died at Civita Castellana

[Victor IV (V), Ottaviano; 7 Oct 1159-20 April 1164]

[Paschal III, Guido da Crema; 22 April 1164-20 Sept 1168]

[Calixtus III, John of Strumio, a Hungarian, Sept 1168, abdicated  29 Aug 1178]

[Innocent III, Lando Frangipane of Sezze, elected 29 Sept 1179, deposed in Jan 1180]

170. Lucius III, Ubaldo Allucingoli, of Lucca; 1 Sept 1181-25 Nov 1185. Died in exile at Verona

171. Urban III, Uberto Crivelli, of Milan; 25 Nov 1185-20 Oct 1187. Died at Ferrara

172. Gregory VIII, Alberto di Morra, of Benevento; 21 Oct 1187-17 Dec 1187

173. Clement III, Paolino Scolare, of Rome; 19 Dec 1187-Mar 1191

174. Celestine III, Giacinto Bobone Orsini, of Rome; 30 March 1191-8 Jan 1198

175. Innocent III, Lotario dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; 8 Jan 1198-16 July 1216. Died at Perugia

176. Honorius III, Cencio Savelli, of Rome; elected in Perugia, 18 July 1216- died at Rome, 18 March 1227

177. Gregory IX, Ugolino dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; elected at the age of 86; 19 March 1227-22 Aug 1241

178. Celestine IV, Castiglione, of Milan; 25 Oct 1241-10 Nov 1241

179. Innocent IV, Sinibaldo Fieschi of Genoa; 25 June 1243-7 Dec 1254. Died at Naples

180. Alexander IV, Orlando dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; 12 Dec 1254-25 May 1261. Died at Viterbo

181. Urban IV, Hyacinthe Pantaléon, of Troyes; elected at Viterbo 29 Aug 1261; died at Perugia 2 Oct 1264

182. Clement IV, Gui Foulques Le Gros, of St-Gilles; elected at Viterbo 5 Feb 1265-died at Viterbo 29 Nov 1268

183. Gregory X, Teobaldo Visconti of Piacenza; elected at Viterbo 1 Sept 1271-died at Arezzo 10 Jan 1276

184. Innocent V, Pierre de Champagny, of the Tarentaise; 21 Jan 1276-22 June 1276

185. Hadrian V, Ottobono de’ Fieschi, of Genoa; elected at Rome 11 July 1276-18 Aug 1276

186. John XXI, Pedro Juliao, of Lisbon; elected at Viterbo 8 Sept 1276-20 May 1277

187.  Nicholas III, Giov. Gaetano Orsini, of Rome; elected at Viterbo 25 Nov 1277-died at Soriano nel Cimino 22 Aug 1280

188. Martin IV, Simon de Brion, of Montpince in Brie; elected at Viterbo 22 Feb 1281-died at Perugia 28 March 1285

189. Honorius IV, Iacopo Savelli, of Rome; elected at Perugia 2 April 1285-3 April 1287

190. Nicholas IV, Girolamo Masci, of Lisciano di Ascoli; 15 Feb 1288-4 April 1292

191. St Celestine V, Pietro Angeleri da Morrone, of Isernia; 5 July 1294-abdicated 13 Dec 1294. Died in the Castello di Fumone near Alatri 19 May 1296

192. Boniface VIII, Benedetto Gaetani, of Anagni; 24 Dec 1294-11 or 12 Oct 1303

193. Bl. Benedict XI, Niccolò Boccasini, of Treviso; 22 Oct 1303-died at Perugia 7 July 1304

194. Clement V, Bertrand de Got, of Villandraut, near Bordeaux; elected at Perugia 5 June 1305-died at Roquemaure 14 April 1314

195. John XXII, Jacques d’Euse, of Cahors; elected at Avignon 7 Aug 1316-died at Avignon 4 Dec 1334

[Nicholas V, Pietro da Corvara, 12 May 1328-30 Aug 1330]

196. Benedict XII, Jacques Fournier, of Saverdun, near Toulouse; 20 Dec 1334-25 April 1342

197. Clement VI, Pierre Roger de Beaufort, of Château Maumont, near Limoges; 7 May 1342-6 Dec 1352

198. Innocent VI, Etienne d’Aubert, of Mont, near Limoges; 18 Dec 1352-12 Sept 1362

199. Urban V, Guillaume de Grimoard, of Grisac, near Mende in Languedoc; 16 Oct 1362-19 Dec 1370

200. Gregory XI, Pierre Roger de Beaufort, nephew of Clement VI, of Château Maumont, near Limoges; elected at Avignon 30 Dec 1370-died at Rome 27 March 1378

201. Urban VI, Bart. Prigano, of Naples; 9 April 1378-15 Oct 1389

202. Boniface IX, Pietro Tomacelli, of Naples; 2 Nov 1389-1 Oct 1404

203. Innocent VII, Cosimo de’ Migliorati, of Sulmona; 17 Oct 1404-6 Nov 1406.

204. Gregory XII, Angelo Correr, of Venice; 30 Nov 1406-abdicated 4 June 1415-died at Recanati 17 Oct 1417

Antipopes

Clement VII, Robert of Savoy, of Geneva; elected at Fondi 20 Sept 1378-16 Sept 1394

Benedict XIII, Pedro de Luna, of Aragon; 28 Sept 1394-23 May 1423

Clement VIII, Gil Sánchez Muñoz, of Barcelona; 10 June 1423-16 July 1429

Benedict XIV, Bernard Garnier; 12 Nov 1425-1430 (?)

Alexander V, Pietro Filargis, of Candia; 26 June 1409-3 May 1410

John XXIII, Baldassare Cossa, of Naples; 17 May 1410, deposed 29 May 1415-died at Florence 23 Dec 1419

205. Martin V, Oddone Colonna, of Genazzano; elected (aged 50) at Constance, 11 Nov 1417-20 Feb 1431

206. Eugenius IV, Gabriele Condulmero of Venice; elected (aged 48) 3 March 1431-23 Feb 1447

[Felix V, Amadeus, duke of Savoy; 5 Nov 1439-7 April 1449; died 1451 at the Château de Ripaille on the Lake of Geneva]

207. Nicholas V, Tommaso Parentucelli, of Sarzana; electe (aged 49) 6 March 1447-24 March 1455

208. Calixtus III, Alfonso Borgia, of Xativa, in Spain; elected (aged 78) 8 April 1455-6 Aug 1458

209. Pius II, Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini, of Corsignano (Pienza); elected (aged 53) 19 Aug 1458-15 Aug 1464

210. Paul II, Pietro Barbo, of Venice; elected (aged 48) 30 Aug 1464-26 July 1471

211. Sixtus IV, Fr. della Rovere, of Savona; elected (aged 57) 9 Aug 1471-12 Aug 1484

212. Innocent VIII, G. B. Cibo, of Genoa; elected (aged 52) 29 Aug 1484-25 July 1492

213. Alexander VI, Roderigo Lenzuoli-Borgia, of Valencia, Spain; elected (aged 62) 11 Aug 1492-18 Aug 1503

214. Pius III, Fr. Todeschini Piccolomini, of Siena; elected (aged 64) 22 Sept 1503-18 Oct 1503

215. Julius II, Giuliano della Rovere, of Savona; elected (aged 60) 31 Oct 1503-21 Feb 1513

216. Leo X, Giov. de’ Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 38) 9 March 1513-1 Dec 1521

217. Adrian VI, Adrian Florisz. Dedel, of Utrecht; elected (aged 63) 9 Jan 1522-14 Sept 1523

218. Clement VII. Giulio de’ Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 45) 19 Nov 1523-25 Sept 1534

219. Paul III, Aless. Farnese, of Camino (Rome) or of Viterbo (?), elected (aged 66) 13 Oct 1534-10 Nov 549

220. Julius III, Giov. Maria Ciocchi del Monte, of Monte San Savino, near Arezzo; elected (aged 63) 7 Feb 1550-23 March 1555

221. Marcellus II, Marcello Cervini, of Montefano (Macerata); elected (aged  54) 9 April 1555-30 April 1555

222. Paul IV, Giov. Pietro Caraffa, of Capriglio, Avellino; elected (aged 79) 23 May 1555-18 Aug 1559

223. Pius IV, Giov. Angelo de’ Medici, of Milan; elected (aged 60) 26 Dec 1559-9 Dec 1565

224. St Pius V, Ant. Ghislieri, of Bosco Marengo, near Tortona; elected (aged 62) 7 Jan 1566-1 May 1572

225. Gregory XIII, Ugo Boncompagni, of Bologna; elected (aged 70) 13 May 1572-10 April 1585

226. Sixtus V, Felice Peretti, of Grottammare; elected (aged 64) 24 April 1585-27 Aug 1590

227. Urban VII, G.B. Castagna, of Rome; elected (aged 69) 15 Sept 1590-27 Sept 1590

228. Gregory XIV, Niccolò Sfondrati, of Cremona; elected (aged 55) 5 Dec 1590-15 Oct 1591

229. Innocent IX, G.A. Facchinetti, of Bologna; elected (aged 72) 29 Oct 1591-30 Dec 1591

230. Clement VIII, Ippolito Aldobrandini, of Fano; elected (aged 56) 30 Jan 1592-3 March 1605

231. Leo XI, Alessandro de’ Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 70) 1 April 1605-27 April 1605

232. Paul V, Camillo Borghese, of Rome; elected (aged 53) 16 May 1605-28 Jan 1621

233. Gregory XV, Alessandro Ludovisi, of Bologna; elected (aged 67) 9 Feb 1621-8 July 1623

234. Urban VIII, Maffeo Barberini, of Florence; elected (aged 55) 6 Aug 1623-29 July 1644

235. Innocent X, G.B. Pamphilj, of Rome; elected (aged 72) 15 Sept 1644-7 Jan 1655

236. Alexander VII, Fabio Chigi, of Siena; elected (aged 56) 7 April 1655-22 May 1667

237. Clement IX, Giulio Rospigliosi, of Pistoia; elected (aged 67) 20 June 1667-9 Dec 1669

238. Clement X, Emilio Altieri, of Rome; elected (aged 80) 29 April 1670-22 July 1676

239. Innocent XI, Benedetto Odescalchi, of Como; elected (aged 65) 21 Sept 1676-11 Aug 1689

240. Alexander VIII, Pietro Ottoboni, of Venice; elected (aged 79) 6 Oct 1689-1 Feb 1691

241. Innocent XII, Antonio Pignatelli, of Spinazzola (Bari); elected (aged 76) 12 July 1691-27 Sept 1700

242. Clement XI, Giovanni Franesco Albani, of Urbino; elected (aged 51) 23 Nov 1700-19 March 1721

243. Innocent XIII, Michelangelo Conti, of Rome; elected (aged 66) 8 May 1721-7 March 1724

244. Benedict XIII, Pietro Francesco Orsini, of Gravina (Bari); elected (aged 75) 29 May 1724-21 Feb 1730

245. Clement XII, Lorenzo Corsini, of Florence; elected (aged 79) 12 July 1730-6 Feb 1740

246. Benedict XIV, Prospero Lambertini, of Bologna; elected (aged 65) 17 Aug 1740-3 May 1758

247. Clement XIII, Carlo Rezzonico, of Venice; elected (aged 65) 6 July 1758-2 Feb 1769

248. Clement XIV, Giov. Vincenzo Ganganelli, of Sant’Arcangelo di Romagna (Forlì); elected (aged 64) 19 May 1769-22 Sept 1774

249. Pius VI, Angelo Braschi, of Cesena; elected (aged 58) 15 Feb 1775-29 Aug 1799. Died at Valence, France

250. Pius VII, Giorgio Barnaba Chiaramonti, of Cesena; elected (aged 58) at Venice; 14 March 1800-died at Rome, 20 Aug 1823

251. Leo XII, Annibale della Genga, born at La Genga, near Foligno; elected (aged 63) 28 Sept 1823-10Feb 1829

252. Pius VIII, Francesco Saverio Castiglioni, of Cingoli; elected (aged 69) 31 March 1829-30 Nov 1830

253. Gregory XVI, Bartolomeo Cappellari, of Belluno, elected (aged 66) 2 Feb 1831-1 June 1846

254. Pius IX, Giov. Maria Mastai Ferretti, of Senigallia; elected (aged 54) 16 June 1846-7 Feb 1878

255. Leo XIII, Gioacchino Pecci, of Carpineto Romano, elected (aged 68) 20 Feb 1878-20 July 1903

256. St Pius X, Giuseppe Sarto, of Riese (Treviso); elected (aged 68) 4 Aug 1903-20 Aug 1914

257. Benedict XV, Giacomo della Chiesa, of Genoa; elected (aged 60) 3 Sept 1914-22 Jan 1922

258. Pius XI, Achille Ratti, of Desio (Milan); elected (aged 65) 6 Feb 1922-10 Feb 1939

259. Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli, of Rome; elected (aged 63) 2 March 1939-9 Oct 1958

260. John XXIII, Angelo Roncalli, of Sotto il Monte, Bergamo; elected (aged 77) 28 Oct 1958-3 June 1963 (canonised 2014)

261. Paul VI, Giov. Battista Montini, of Brescia; elected (aged 65) 21 June 1963-6 August 1978

262. John Paul I, Albino Luciani, of Forno di Canale, Belluno; elected (aged 65) 26 August 1978-29 September 1978

263. John Paul II, Karol Wojtyla, of Wadowice (Krakow), Poland; elected (aged 58) 16 October 1978-2 April 2005 (canonised 2014)

264. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger, of Markt am Inn (Passau), Germany; elected (aged 78) 19 April 2005 resigned 28 February 2013

265. Francis, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, of Buenos Aires, Argentina; elected (aged 77) 13 March 2013

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