Antipope Victor IV

Antipope Victor IV may refer to:

* Antipope Victor IV (1138)
* Antipope Victor IV (1159-1164)


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  • Antipope Victor IV (1159–1164) — This article is about the former Cardinal Octavianus, antipope from 1159 to 1164. For the previous reigning antipope, see Antipope Victor IV (1138). Victor IV (died 20 April 1164), born Octavian or Octavianus: Ottaviano dei Crescenzi Ottaviani di …   Wikipedia

  • Antipope Victor IV (1138) — This article refers to the former Cardinal Gregorio Conti, antipope in AD 1138. For the antipope from 1159 ndash;1164, see Antipope Victor IV Victor IV, born Gregorio Conti was chosen by a party in succession to the antipope Anacletus II (1130… …   Wikipedia

  • Antipope Sylvester IV — Sylvester IV Papacy began 1105 Papacy ended 1111 Predecessor Adalbert (As Antipope) Paschal II (As Pope) Successor Paschal II (As Pope) …   Wikipedia

  • Victor (IV) — ▪ antipope [1138] original name  Gregory Conti   flourished 12th century       antipope from March to May 29, 1138. He was a cardinal when chosen pope by a faction opposing Pope Innocent II and led by King Roger II of Sicily and the powerful… …   Universalium

  • Victor IV — • Cardinal Gregory Conti, elected in opposition to Innocent II Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Victor IV     Victor IV     † …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Antipope Callixtus III — or Callistus III (died before October 19, 1183 [Ambrogio Piazzoni, Historia wyboru papieży, Wyd. M Kraków 2003, p. 171] ) was Antipope from September 1168 to 29 August, 1178. His real name was Giovanni, Abbot of Struma. He was a strong and early… …   Wikipedia

  • Antipope — • A false claimant of the Holy See in opposition to a pontiff canonically elected Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Antipope     Antipope      …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Antipope Paschal III — (or Paschal III) was Antipope from 1164 to September 20, 1168. His real name was Guido of Crema. Paschal III was the second of the antipopes to challenge the reign of Pope Alexander III. In 1164, a small number of cardinals who had elected Victor …   Wikipedia

  • Antipope — For the book by Robert Rankin, see The Antipope. An antipope (Latin: antipapa) is a person who opposes a legitimately elected or sitting Pope and makes a significantly accepted competing claim to be the Pope,[1] the Bishop of Rome and leader of… …   Wikipedia

  • Antipope Alexander V — Alexander V Antipope Alexander V (1409–1410) Papacy began June 26, 1409 Papacy ended May 3, 1410 …   Wikipedia

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