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1st-5th Centuries

1st Century

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

30 to 67

Peter
Saint Peter

Petrus, Head of the Church

Simon Peter
שמעון בן יונה
(Shimon ben Yona)

Shimon Kipha
CΙΜΗΟΝ ΚΗΦΑC
(Simeon Kephas - Simon the Rock)

Bethsaida , Galilea

Disciple of Jesus from whom he received the keys to the Kingdom of Heaven, according to Matthew 16:18-19.

post42/ante57 to 64/67(?)

Petrus, Episcopus Romanus

Executed by crucifixion upside-down; feast day (Feast of Saints Peter and Paul) 29 June, (Chair of Peter) 22 February. Recognized as the first pope by the Roman Catholic Church.

64/67(?) to 76/79(?)

Linus
Saint Linus

Linus, Episcopus Romanus

Linus

Tuscia ( Northern Latium )

Traditionally martyred (no evidence); Feast day 23 September

76/79(?) to 88

Anacletus
(Cletus)
Saint Anacletus

Anacletus, Episcopus Romanus

Anacletus

Probably Greece

Martyred; feast day 26 April

88/92 to 97/101

Clement I
Saint Clement

Clemens, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Martyred; feast day 23 November

 

2nd Century

 

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

97/99 to 105/107

Evaristus
(Aristus)
Saint Evaristus

Evaristus, Episcopus Romanus

Aristus

 

Traditionally martyred (no evidence); feast day 26 October

105/107 to 115/116

Alexander I
Saint Alexander

Alexander, Episcopus Romanus

Alexander

Rome

 

115/116 to 125

Sixtus I
Saint Sixtus

Xystus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome or Greece

 

125 to 136/138

Telesphorus
Saint Telesphorus

Telesphorus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

 

136/138 to 140/142

Hyginus
Saint Hyginus

Hyginus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

Traditionally martyred (no evidence); feast day 11 January

140/142 to 155

Pius I
Saint Pius

Pius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Aquileia, Friuli , Italy

Martyred by sword; feast day 11 July

155 to 166

 

Anicetus
Saint Anicetus

Anicetus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Emesa, Syria

Traditionally martyred (no evidence); feast day 17 April

c.166 to 174/175

Soter
Saint Soter

Soterius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Fondi, Latium , Italy

Traditionally martyred; feast day 22 April

174/175 to 189</small

Eleuterus
Saint Eleutherus

Eleutherius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Nicopoli, Epyrus

Traditionally martyred; feast day 6 May

189 to 198/199

Victor I
Saint Victor

Victor, Episcopus Romanus

 

Northern Africa

 

 

3rd Century  

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

199 to 217

Zephyrinus
Saint Zephyrin

Zephyrinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

c.217 to 222/223

Callixtus I
Saint Callixtus

Callistus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Martyred; feast day 14 October

222/223 to 230

Urban I
Saint Urban

Urbanus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

21 July 230 to 28 September 235

Pontian
Saint Pontian

Pontianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

28 September 235 to 21 November 235

interregnum

 

 

 

 

21 November 235 to 3 January 236

No image of Anterus exists

Anterus
Saint Anterus

Anterus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

 

10 January 236 to 20 January 250

Fabian
Saint Fabian

Fabianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

6 March/11 March 251 to June 253

No image of Cornelius exists

Cornelius
Saint Cornelius

Cornelius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Died a martyr, through extreme hardship; feast day 16 September

25 June 253 to 5 March 254

No image of Lucius I exists

Lucius I
Saint Lucius

Lucius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Feast day 4 March

12 May 254 to 2 August 257

No image of Stephen I exists

Stephen I
Saint Stephen

Stephanus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Martyred by beheading; feast day 2 August

30/31 August 257 to 6 August 258

Sixtus II
Saint Sixtus II

Xystus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

Martyred by beheading

22 July 259 to 26 December 268

No image of Dionysius exists

Dionysius
Saint Dionysius

Dionysius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

Feast day 26 December

5 January 269 to 30 December 274

No image of Felix I exists

Felix I
Saint Felix

Felix, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

4 January 275 to 7 December 283

No image of Eutychian exists

Eutychian
Saint Eutychian

Eutychianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

17 December 283 to 22 April 296

Caius
Saint Caius

Caius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

30 June 296 to 1 April 304

No image of Marcellinus exists

Marcellinus
Saint Marcellinus

Marcellinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

 

4th Century

 

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

308 to 309

No image of Marcellus I exists

Marcellus I
Saint Marcellus

Marcellus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

c.309 to c.310

No image of Eusebius exists

Eusebius
Saint Eusebius

Eusebius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

2 July 311 to 11 January 314

Miltiades
Melchiades
Saint Miltiades

Miltiades, Episcopus Romanus

 

Africa

First pope after the end of the persecution of Christians through the Edict of Milan (313 AD) issued by Constantine the Great

31 January 314 to 31 December 335

Sylvester I
Saint Sylvester

Silvester, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

18 January 336 to 7 October 336

Mark
Saint Mark

Marcus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Feast day 7 October

6 February 337 to 12 April 352

Julius I
Saint Julius

Iulius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

17 May 352 to 24 September 366

No image of Liberius exists

Liberius

Liberius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Earliest Pope not yet canonized

1 October 366 to 11 December 384

 

Damasus I
Saint Damasus

Damasus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Idanha-a-Nova, Portugal

First Portuguese Pope

11 December 384 to 26 November 399

No image of Siricius exists

Siricius
Saint Siricius

Papa Siricius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

First to employ the title "Papa" ("Pope")

27 November 399 to 19 December 401

No image of Anatasius I exists

Anastasius I
Saint Anastasius

Papa Anastasius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

 

5th Century

 

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

22 December 401 to 12 March 417

No image of Innocent I exists

Innocent I
Saint Innocent

Papa Innocentius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Visigoth Sack of Rome (410) under Alaric

18 March 417 to 26 December 418

No image of Zosimus exists

Zosimus
Saint Zosimus

Papa Zosimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

28/29 December 418 to 4 September 422

Boniface I
Saint Boniface

Papa Bonifacius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

10 September 422 to 27 July 432

Celestine I
Saint Celestine

Papa Coelestinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

31 July 432 to March/August 440

Sixtus III
Saint Sixtus

Papa Xystus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

29 September 440 to 10 November 461

Leo I
Saint Leo
Leo the Great

Papa Leo Magnus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Convinced Attila the Hun to turn back his invasion of Italy

19 November 461 to 29 February 468

Hilarius
Saint Hilarius

Papa Hilarius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

3 March 468 to 10 March 483

No image of Simplicius exists

Simplicius
Saint Simplicius

Papa Simplicius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Tivoli, Italy

 

13 March 483 to 1 March 492

Felix III
Saint Felix

Papa Felix Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Sometimes called Felix II

1 March 492 to 21 November 496

No image of Gelasius I exists

Gelasius I
Saint Gelasius

Papa Gelasius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Africa

 

24 November 496 to 19 November 498

No image of Anastasius II exists

Anastasius II

Papa Anastasius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

22 November 498 to 19 July 514

Symmachus
Saint Symmachus

Papa Symmachus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Sardinia

 

 

6th-10th Centuries

6th Century

 

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

20 July 514 to 19 July 523

No image of Hormisdas exists

Hormisdas
Saint Hormisdas

Papa Hormisdus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Frosinone, Southern Latium, Italy

Father of Pope Silverius

13 August 523 to 18 May 526

No image of John I exists

John I
Saint John

Papa Ioannes, Episcopus Romanus

 

Tuscany

 

13 July 526 to 22 September 530

No image of Felix IV exists

Felix IV
Saint Felix

Papa Felix Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Samnium

Sometimes called Felix III

22 September 530 to 17 October 532

No image of Boniface II exists

Boniface II

Papa Bonifacius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome to Ostrogoth parents

 

2 January 533 to 8 May 535

No image of John II exists

John II

Papa Ioannes Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Mercurius

Rome

First pope to not use personal name. This was due to Mercury being a Roman god.

13 May 535 to 22 April 536

Agapetus I
Agapitus
Saint Agapetus

Papa Agapetus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Feast days 22 April, 20 September

1 June 536 to 11 November 537

No image of Silverius exists

Silverius
Saint Silverius

Papa Silverius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Exiled; feast day 20 June, son of Pope Hormisdas

29 March 537 to 7 June 555

No image of Vigilius exists

Vigilius

Papa Vigilius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

16 April 556 to 4 March 561

Pelagius I

Papa Pelagius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

17 July 561 to 13 July 574

John III

Papa Ioannes Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Catelinus

 

 

2 June 575 to 30 July 579

No image of Benedict II exists

Benedict I

Papa Benedictus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

26 November 579 to 7 February 590

Pelagius II

Papa Pelagius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

3 September 590 to 12 March 604

Gregory I, O.S.B.
Saint Gregory
Gregory the Great

Papa Gregorius Magnus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

First to formally employ the titles "Servus servorum Dei" and "Pontifex Maximus"

 

7th Century  

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

13 September 604 to 22 February 606

No image of Sabinian exists

Sabinian
Saint Sabinian

Papa Sabinianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Blera

 

19 February 607 to 12 November 607

No image of Boniface III exists

Boniface III

Papa Bonifacius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

25 August 608 to 8 May 615

Boniface IV, O.S.B.
Saint Boniface

Papa Bonifacius Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Marsi

First Pope to bear the same name as his predecessor

19 October 615 to 8 November 618

Adeodatus I

Papa Adeodatus,
or Papa Deusdedit
Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Sometimes called Deusdedit, and then Pope Adeodatus II is called Pope Adeodatus without a number

23 December 619 to 25 October 625

No image of Boniface V exists

Boniface V

Papa Bonifacius Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Naples

 

27 October 625 to 12 October 638

Honorius I

Papa Honorius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

October 638 to 2 August 640

No image of Severinus exists

Severinus

Papa Severinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

24 December 640 to 12 October 642

No image of John IV exists

John IV

Papa Ioannes Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Zadar, Dalmatia, now Croatia

 

24 November 642 to 14 May 649

No image of Theodore I exists

Theodore I

Papa Theodorus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Palestine

 

July 649 to 16 September 655

No image of Martin I exists

Martin I
Saint Martin

Papa Martinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Feast Day 12 November

10 August 654 to 2 June 657

Eugene I
Saint Eugene

Papa Eugenius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

30 July 657 to 27 January 672

Vitalian
Saint Vitalian

Papa Vitalianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

11 April 672 to 17 June 676

Adeodatus II, O.S.B.

Papa Adeodatus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Pope Adeodatus (without a number) when Pope Adeodatus I is called Pope Deusdedit

2 November 676 to 11 April 678

Donus

Papa Donus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

27 June 678 to 10 January 681

Agatho
Saint Agatho

Papa Agatho, Episcopus Romanus

 

Sicily

 

December 681 to 3 July 683

Leo II
Saint Leo

Papa Leo Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Sicily

Feast day 3 July

683/26 June 684 to 8 May 685

No image of Benedict II exists

Benedict II
Saint Benedict

Papa Benedictus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Feast day 7 May

12 July 685 to 2 August 686

No image of John V exists

John V

Papa Ioannes Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Syria

 

21 October 686 to 22 September 687

No image of Conon exists

Conon

Papa Conon, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

15 December 687 to 8 September 701

No image of Sergius I exists

Sergius I
Saint Sergius

Papa Sergius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Sicily

 

 

8th Century  

Pontificate

Portrait

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

30 October 701 to 11 January 705

No image of John VI exists

John VI

Papa Ioannes Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

 

1 March 705 to 18 October 707

John VII

Papa Ioannes Septumus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

Second Pope to bear the same name as his predecessor

15 January 708 to 4 February 708

No image of Sisinnius exists

Sisinnius

Papa Sisinnius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Syria

 

25 March 708 to 9 April 715

No image of Constantine exists

Constantine

Papa Constantinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Syria

Last Pope to visit Greece until John Paul II in 2001

19 May 715 to 11 February 731

Gregory II
Saint Gregory

Papa Gregorius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Feast day 11 February

18 March 731 to 28 November 741

Gregory III

Papa Gregorius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Syria

Third Pope to bear the same name as his predecessor

3 December 741 to 14 March/22 March 752

No image of Zachary exists

Zachary
Saint Zachary

Papa Zacharias, Episcopus Romanus

 

Greece

Feast day 15 March

23 March 752 to 25 March 752 Never took office as Pope.

No image of Pope-elect Stephen exists

(Pope-Elect Stephen)

Papa Scelga Stephanus

 

 

Sometimes known as Stephen II. Died three days after his election and was never consecrated into the office of Pope as such debate remains over whether he was Pope or not. The Vatican sanctioned his addition to the list of Popes in the sixteenth century, however he was removed in 1961. As such he is not considered a Pope by the Catholic Church.

26 March 752 to 26 April 757

No image of Stephen III exists

Stephen II

Papa Stephanus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen III

29 May 757 to 28 June 767

No image of Paul I exists

Paul I
Saint Paul

Papa Paulus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

1 August 767 to 24 January 772

No image of Stephen III exists

Stephen III

Papa Stephanus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen IV

1 February 772 to 26 December 795

Adrian I

Papa Hadrianus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

26 December 795 to 12 June 816

Leo III

Papa Leo Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Crowned Charlemagne Imperator Augustus on Christmas Day, 800, thereby initiating what would become the office of Holy Roman Emperor requiring the imprimatur of the pope for its legitimacy

9th Century  

Pontificate

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

12 June 816 to 24 January 817

Stephen IV

Papa Stephanus Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen V

25 January 817 to 11 February 824

Paschal I
Saint Paschal

Papa Paschalis, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

8 May 824 to August 827

Eugene II

Papa Eugenius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

August 827 to September 827

Valentine

Papa Valentinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

827 to January 844

Gregory IV

Papa Gregorius Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

January 844 to 7 January 847

Sergius II

Papa Sergius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

January 847 to 17 July 855

Leo IV, O.S.B.
Saint Leo

Papa Leo Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

855 to 7 April 858

Benedict III

Papa Benedictus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

24 April 858 to 13 November 867

Nicholas I
Saint Nicholas
Nicholas the Great

Papa Nicolaus Magnus Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

14 December 867 to 14 December 872

Adrian II

Papa Hadrianus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

14 December 872 to 16 December 882

John VIII

Papa Ioannes Octavus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

16 December 882 to 15 May 884

Marinus I

Papa Marinus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

17 May 884 to c.September 885

Adrian III
Saint Adrian

Papa Hadrianus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

885 to 14 September 891

Stephen V

Papa Stephanus Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen VI

19 September 891 to 4 April 896

Formosus

Papa Formosus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Ostia

Posthumously ritually executed following the Cadaver Synod

4 April 896 to 19 April 896

Boniface VI

Papa Bonifacius Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

22 May 896 to August 897

Stephen VI

Papa Stephanus Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen VII

August 897 to November 897

Romanus

Papa Romanus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

December 897

Theodore II

Papa Theodorus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

January 898 to January 900

John IX, O.S.B.

Papa Ioannes Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

10th Century

Pontificate

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

900 to 903

Benedict IV

Papa Benedictus Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

July 903 to September 903

Leo V

Papa Leo Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Ardea

 

29 January 904 to 14 April 911

Sergius III

Papa Sergius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

"Pornocracy" begins

April 911 to June 913

Anastasius III

Papa Anastasius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

July/August 913 to February/March 914

Lando

Papa Lando, Episcopus Romanus

 

Sabina, Italy

 

March 914 to May 928

John X

Papa Ioannes Decimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

May 928 to December 928

Leo VI

Papa Leo Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

December 928 to February 931

Stephen VII

Papa Stephanus Septimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen VIII

February/March 931 to December 935

John XI

Papa Ioannes Undecimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

3 January 936 to 13 July 939

Leo VII, O.S.B.

Papa Leo Septimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

14 July 939 to October 942

Stephen VIII

Papa Stephanus Octavus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Sometimes called Stephen IX

30 October 942 to May 946

Marinus II

Papa Marinus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

10 May 946 to December 955

Agapetus II

Papa Agapetus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

16 December 955 to 14 May 964

John XII

Papa Ioannes Duodecimus, Episcopus Romanus

Octavian

 

Deposed in 963 by Emperor Otto invalidly; end of the "Pornocracy"

22 May 964 to 23 June 964

Benedict V

Papa Benedictus Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Elected after John XII's death by the people of Rome , in opposition to the Antipope Leo VIII who was appointed by Emperor Otto; Benedict accepted his deposition in 964 leaving Leo as sole pope.

July 964 to 1 March 965

Leo VIII

Papa Leo Octavus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

Appointed antipope by Emperor Otto in 963 in opposition to John XII and Benedict V. He became the true Pope after Benedict V was deposed

1 October 965 to 6 September 972

John XIII

Papa Ioannes Tertius Decimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

19 January 973 to June 974

Benedict VI

Papa Benedictus Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

Deposed and murdered

October 974 to 10 July 983

Benedict VII

Papa Benedictus Septimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

 

 

December 983 to 20 August 984

John XIV

Papa Ioannes Quartus Decimus, Episcopus Romanus

Pietro Campanora

Pavia

 

August 985 to March 996

John XV

Papa Ioannes Quintus Decimus, Episcopus Romanus

 

Rome

 

3 May 996 to 18 February 999

Gregory V

Papa Gregorius Quintus, Episcopus Romanus

Bruno of Carinthia

 

First German Pope

2 April 999 to 12 May 1003

Sylvester II

Papa Silvester Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Gerbert d'Aurillac

Auvergne region of France

First French Pope

11th-15th Centuries

11th Century

Pontificate

Common English name

Regnal name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

June 1003 to December 1003

John XVII

Papa Ioannes Septimus Decimus, Episcopus Romanus

Siccone

Rome

 

25 December 1003 to July 1009

John XVIII

Papa Ioannes Duodevicesimus, Episcopus Romanus

Giovanni Fasano; Phasianus

Rome

 

31 July 1009 to 12 May 1012

Sergius IV

Papa Sergius Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Pietro Boccapecora

Rome

 

18 May 1012 to 9 April 1024

Benedict VIII

Papa Benedictus Octavus, Episcopus Romanus

Theophylactus II, Conti di Tusculum

Rome

 

April/May 1024 to 20 October 1032

John XIX

Papa Ioannes Undevicesimus, Episcopus Romanus

Romanus, Conti di Tusculum

Rome

 

1032 to 1044

Benedict IX

Papa Benedictus Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Theophylactus III, Conti di Tusculum

Rome

1st Term; abdicated for financial reward

1045

Sylvester III

Papa Silvester Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

John, Bishop of Sabina

Rome

Validity of election questioned; considered Anti-Pope; deposed at the Council of Sutri.

1045 to 1046

Benedict IX

Papa Benedictus Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Theophylactus III, Conti di Tusculum

Rome

2nd Term; deposed at the Council of Sutri

April/May 1045 to 20 December 1046

Gregory VI

Papa Gregorius Sextus, Episcopus Romanus

Johannes Gratianus

 

Deposed at the Council of Sutri

24 December 1046 to 9 October 1047

Clement II

Papa Clemens Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Suidger

Saxony

 

November 1047 to 1048

Benedict IX

Papa Benedictus Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Theophylactus III, Conti di Tusculum

 

3rd Term; deposed and excommunicated

17 July 1048 to 9 August 1048

Damasus II

Papa Damasus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Poppo

Tirol

 

12 February 1049 to 19 April 1054

Leo IX
Saint Leo

Papa Leo Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Bruno, Count of Dagsbourg

Alsace

 

13 April 1055 to 28 July 1057

Victor II

Papa Victor Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Gebhard, Count of Calw, Tollenstein, and Hirschberg

Germany

 

2 August 1057 to 29 March 1058

Stephen IX, O.S.B.

Papa Stephanus Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Frederic de Lorraine; Frederick of Lorraine

 

Sometimes called Stephen X

6 December 1058 to 27 July 1061

Nicholas II

Papa Nicolaus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

GÚrard de Bourgogne; Gerard of Burgundy

 

 

30 September 1061 to 21 April 1073

Alexander II

Papa Alexander Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Anselmo da Baggio

Baggio, Milan, Italy

 

22 April 1073 to 25 May 1085

Gregory VII, O.S.B.
Saint Gregory

Papa Gregorius Septimus, Episcopus Romanus

Hildebrand

Soana, Tuscany, Italy

Restricted the use of title "Papa" to the Bishop of Rome

24 May 1086 to 16 September 1087

Victor III, O.S.B.
Blessed Victor

Papa Victor Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Desiderio; Desiderius; Dauferius

Southern Italy

 

12 March 1088 to 29 July 1099

Urban II, O.S.B.
Blessed Urban

Papa Urbanus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Odo of Lagery

France

Started the First Crusade

13 August 1099 to 21 January 1118

Paschal II, O.Cist.

Papa Paschalis Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Raniero

Romagna, Italy

 

12th Century

Pontificate

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

24 January 1118 to 28 January 1119

Gelasius II, O.S.B.

Papa Gelasius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Giovanni Coniulo

Gaeta, Latium, Italy

 

2 February 1119 to 13 December 1124

Callixtus II

Papa Callistus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Guido, Comte de Bourgogne

France

Opened the First Council of the Lateran in 1123

15 December 1124 to 13 February 1130

Honorius II

Papa Honorius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Lamberto Scannabecchi

Imola, Romagna, Italy

 

14 February 1130 to 24 September 1143

Innocent II

Papa Innocentius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Gregorio Papareschi

Rome, Italy

Convened the Second Council of the Lateran, 1139

26 September 1143 to 8 March 1144

Celestine II

Papa Coelestinus Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Guido

CittÓ di Castello, Umbria, Italy

 

12 March 1144 to 15 March 1145

Lucius II

Papa Lucius Secundus, Episcopus Romanus

Gerardo Caccianemici dal Orso

Bologna, Italy

 

15 February 1145 to 8 July 1153

Eugene III, O.Cist.
Blessed Eugene

Papa Eugenius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Bernard o Pignatelli

Pisa, Tuscany, Italy

 

8 July 1153 to 3 December 1154

Anastasius IV

Papa Anastasius Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Corrado

Rome

 

4 December 1154 to 1 September 1159

Adrian IV, O.S.A.

Papa Hadrianus Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Nicholas Breakspear

England

Only English pope; granted Ireland to Henry II, King of England

7 September 1159 to 30 August 1181

Alexander III

Papa Alexander Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Rolando Bandinelli

Siena, Tuscany, Italy

Convened the Third Council of the Lateran, 1179

1 September 1181 to 25 November 1185

Lucius III

Papa Lucius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Ubaldo Allucingoli

Lucca, Tuscany, Italy

 

25 November 1185 to 19 October 1187

Urban III

Papa Urbanus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Uberto Crivelli

Milan, Italy

 

21 October 1187 to 17 December 1187

Gregory VIII

Papa Gregorius Octavus, Episcopus Romanus

Alberto di Morra

Benevento, Campania , Italy

Proposed the Third Crusade

19 December 1187 to 27 March 1191

Clement III

Papa Clemens Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Paulino Scolari

Rome

 

30 March 1191 to 8 January 1198

Celestine III

Papa Coelestinus Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Giacinto Bobone

Rome

 

8 January 1198 to 16 July 1216

Innocent III

Papa Innocentius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Lothario dei Conti di Segni

Gavignano , Latium , Italy

Convened the Fourth Council of the Lateran, 1215

13th Century

Pontificate

Common English name

Regnal (Latin) name

Personal name

Place of birth

Notes

18 July 1216 to 18 March 1227

Honorius III

Papa Honorius Tertius, Episcopus Romanus

Cencio Savelli

Rome

 

19 March 1227 to 22 August 1241

Gregory IX

Papa Gregorius Nonus, Episcopus Romanus

Ugolino dei Conti di Segni

Anagni , Latium , Italy

 

25 October 1241 to 10 November 1241

Celestine IV, O.S.B.

Papa Coelestinus Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Goffredo Castiglioni

Milan, Italy

 

25 June 1243 to 7 December 1254

Innocent IV

Papa Innocentius Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Sinibaldo Fieschi

Genoa, Italy

Convened the First Council of Lyons, 1245

12 December 1254 to 25 May 1261

Alexander IV

Papa Alexander Quartus, Episcopus Romanus

Rinaldo dei Conti di Segni; Rinaldo Conti

Anagni , Italy

 

29 August 1261 to