List of religious leaders in 1220

1219 religious leaders - Events of 1220 - 1221 religious leaders - Religious leaders by year

See also: List of state leaders in 1220----

Buddhism

*Karma Pakshi, Karmapa of the Karma Kagyu (1204-1283)
*Kunga Gyeltsen, Sakya Master of Tibet (1216-1251)

Christianity

Roman Catholic Church

In 1220 the Roman Catholic Church was essentially distinct from the Eastern Orthodox Church, following the Great Schism of 1054. It was the religion of almost all of Europe, from Greenland to Sweden in the north, Poland and Hungary in the east, Italy in the south, and much of the Iberian peninsula in the west. The crusades had brought Roman Catholic church hierarchy to the Crusader states in the Holy Land and formerly Byzantine territory in Greece and the Mediterranean, and the Reconquista continued to restore Catholicism to Spain and Portugal. The temporal and spiritual power of the Church was perhaps at its height, following the reign of Pope Innocent III; Innocent had convened the Fourth Lateran Council five years earlier in 1215, and he "found himself on this occasion surrounded by seventy-one patriarchs and metropolitans, including the Patriarchs of Constantinople and of Jerusalem, four hundred and twelve bishops, and nine hundred abbots and priors." ["Fourth Lateran Council" from the [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09018a.htm Catholic Encyclopedia] .]

Rome and central Italy

*Pope - Honorius III, Bishop of Rome (1216-1227)

The Pope's immediate suffragans included the suburbicarian dioceses:

*Cardinal Bishop of Ostia and Velletri - Ugolino dei Conti di Segni (1206-1227), dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals (1219-1227), the future Pope Gregory IX (1227-1241)
*Cardinal Bishop of Palestrina - Guido Papareschi (1207-1221)
*Cardinal Bishop of Albano - Pelagio Galvani (1212/13-1230/40), papal legate on the Fifth Crusade
*Cardinal Bishop of Sabina - Peter of Benevento (1216/17-1221)
*Cardinal Bishop of Porto and Santa-Rufina - Conrad of Urach (1219-1227)
*Cardinal Bishop of Frascati - Nicola de Chiaromonte (1219-1227)

There were also a large number of titular cardinal priests and deacons of the various churches in Rome:

Cardinal priests

*Cardinal priest of Santa Anastasia - Gregorio Theodoli (1216-1227)
*Cardinal priest of Santa Balbina - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Cecilia in Trastevere - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Clemente - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Crisogono - Stephen Langton (1205/06-1228)
*Cardinal priest of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme - Leone Brancaleone (1202-1230)
*Cardinal priest of Santi XII Apostoli - Stefano de Ceccano (1213-1227)
*Cardinal priest of Sant'Eusebio - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santi Giovanni e Paolo - Bertrando Savelli (ca.1216/19-1223)
*Cardinal priest of San Lorenzo in Damaso - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Lorenzo in Lucina - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santi Marcellino e Pietro - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Marcello - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Marco - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Maria in Trastevere - ("Guido Papareschi, bishop of Palestrina, as commendatario")
*Cardinal priest of Santi Nereo e Achilleo - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of San Pietro in Vincoli - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Prassede - Giovanni Colonna (1212-1245)
*Cardinal priest of Santa Prisca - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Pudenziana - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santi Quattro Coronati - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Sabina - Tommaso del Vescovo (de Episcopo) (1216-1239/43)
*Cardinal priest of San Martino ai Monti - Guala Bicchieri (1211-1227), protopriest (1217-1227)
*Cardinal priest of San Sisto - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santo Stefano al Monte Celio - "vacant"
*Cardinal priest of Santa Susanna - Aldobrandino Gaetani (1219-1221)
*Cardinal priest of Santi Vitale, Valeria, Gervasio e Protasio - "vacant"

Cardinal deacons

*Cardinal deacon of Sant'Adriano al Foro - Stefano Normandis (1216-1228)
*Cardinal deacon of Sant'Agata dei Goti - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Sant'Angelo in Pescheria - Romano Bonaventura (1216-1234)
*Cardinal deacon of Santi Cosma e Damiano - Gil Torres (1216-1254)
*Cardinal deacon of Sant'Eustachio - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of San Giorgio al Velabro - Pietro Capuano (1219-1242)
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Lucia in Orthea - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Lucia in Septisolio - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria della Scala - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Aquiro - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Cosmedin - Rainiero Capocci (1216-1250/52)
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Domnica - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Portico - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of Santa Maria in Via Lata - "vacant"
*Cardinal deacon of San Nicola in Carcere - Guido Pierleone (1205-1221), protodeacon (1213-1221)
*Cardinal deacon of Santi Sergio e Bacco - Ottaviano dei Conti di Segni (1205/06-1231/34)
*Cardinal deacon of San Teodoro - Gregorio Crescenzi (1205/06-1226/30)

Papal States

The Pope was also the temporal ruler of the Papal States, which by 1220 extended north and east over the March of Ancona and the Duchy of Spoleto (Umbria), and he was thus in constant conflict with the Holy Roman Empire and the fledging northern Italian states. The struggle between the Guelphs and Ghibellines was well underway. A number of dioceses lay within the Papal States, directly subject to Rome:

*Bishop of Alatri - ?
*Bishop of Amelia - Mauro d'Amelia (1218-1225)
*Bishop of Anagni - ?
*Bishop of Ancona - ?
*Bishop of Ascoli Piceno - Pietro I (1208-1222)
*Bishop of Assisi - Guido (1204-1228)
*Bishop of Bagnorea - Ekbert of Meran (1203-1237)
*Bishop of Cagli - Anselmus (1217-1229)
*Bishop of Camerino - ?
*Bishop of Castro - ?
*Bishop of Cesena - Oddo (1207-1223)
*Bishop of Cingoli - ?
*Bishop of Città di Castello - Joannes (1206-1226)
*Bishop of Civita Castellana - Peter (1217-?)
*Bishop of Fano - Ricardus (1214-1240)
*Bishop of Ferentino - ?
*Bishop of Fermo - Petrus (1216-1223)
*Bishop of Foligno - Egidio degli Atti da Foligno (1208-1243)
*Bishop of Forlimpopoli - Ubertellus (1214-1223)
*Bishop of Forconium - Theodorus (1220-1225)
*Bishop of Fossombrone - Monaldus (1219-1228)
*Bishop of Gallese - ?
*Bishop of Grosseto - Pepus (1216-1240)
*Bishop of Gualdo Tadino - ?
*Bishop of Gubbio - Villanus (1207-1237)
*Bishop of Jesi - ?
*Bishop of Montefeltro - Benvenuto (1219-?)
*Bishop of Narni - Ugolino (1208-1220); Giovanni IV (1220-1225)
*Bishop of Nepi - ? (1218-?)
*Bishop of Nocera - Hugo (?-1222)
*Bishop of Orte - Guido (?-1221)
*Bishop of Orvieto - ?
*Bishop of Osimo - Sinibaldus (1218-1239)
*Bishop of Pergola - ?
*Bishop of Perugia - Giovanni Toscolani (1206-1231)
*Bishop of Pesaro - Bartolomeo (1218-1256)
*Bishop of Rieti - Rainaldus (1215-1233)
*Bishop of Rimini - Bonaventura Trissino (1204-1230)
*Bishop of Segni
*Bishop of Senigallia - Trasmundus (1218-1223)
*Bishop of Spoleto - Nicola Porta (1208-1235)
*Bishop of Sutri - Petrus Ismaeli (1202-1229)
*Bishop of Terni - Rainerio (1218-1254)
*Bishop of Terracina, Sezze, and Priverno - Simeone (1217-1227)
*Bishop of Todi - Bonifatius Colmezzo (1218-1238)
*Bishop of Tolentino - ?
*Bishop of Tivoli - ?
*Bishop of Umana - Sanguignus (1199-1238)
*Bishop of Urbino - Rainerius (1214-1221)
*Bishop of Veroli - Leutus (1217-1223)
*Bishop of Viterbo - Raniero (1199-1222)

Northern Italy, Corsica, and Sardinia

The dioceses and archdioceses to the north, in Tuscany, were also for the most part direct suffragans of Rome; the only archdiocese was Pisa, until the elevation of Florence in the 15th century, but Pisa was not the metropolis of the other Tuscan dioceses, which, due to their great antiquity, were dependent on Rome. The dioceses of Corsica, however, were politically and spiritually dependent on Pisa and Genoa at this time. ["In 1121, on account of the jealousy of Genoa, the bishops of Corsica were made immediately dependent upon the Holy See, but Honorius II (1126) restored the former status of Pisa as their metropolitan; in 1133, however, Innocent II divided them between Pisa and Genoa, which was then made an archdiocese. Thereafter, Pisa received for suffragans also Populonia and two sees in Sardinia." (http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/12110a.htm)] ["In 1092 Pope Urban II made [Corsica's] bishops suffragans of the Archbishop of Pisa. In 1133 Innocent II, having granted the pallium to the Archbishop of Genoa, gave him for suffragans the Corsican Bishops of Mariana, Nebbio, and Accia, the Archbishop of Pisa retaining as suffragans the sees of Ajaccio, Aleria, and Sagona."(http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04396b.htm)] Sardinia had its own archdioceses at Sassari and Cagliari, although it was also politically dependent on Pisa.

The Republics of Genoa and Venice had long been independent city-states; Venice was particularly powerful at this time, having been responsible for the sack of Constantinople in 1204.

Milan and the other cities of Lombardy were embroiled in a long and bloody rebellion against Imperial authority. Milan was the head of the Lombard League, which gained rights of local jurisdiction for the Lombard cities, although they still technically owed allegiance to the Emperor. Ecclesiastically, Milan was also the centre of the Ambrosian Rite. Ravenna and the rest of the Romagna was also in revolt against the Empire.

*Archbishop of Cagliari - Marianus (1218-?)
**Bishop of Doglia - Guantinus Pizzolo (1217-1226)
**Bishop of Nuoro - ?
**Bishop of Suelli - ?
**Bishop of Sulcis - ?
*Archbishop of Genoa - Ottone II Ghiglini (1203-1239)
**Bishop of Accia - ?
**Bishop of Albenga - Obertus (1217-1225)
**Bishop of Bobbio - Ubertus Rocca (1203-1233)
**Bishop of Brugnato - Sinibaldus Fieschi (1200-1230), uncle of Pope Innocent IV
**Bishop of Mariana - ?
**Bishop of Nebbio - ?
**Bishop of Noli - ?
*Archbishop of Milan - Enrico I da Settala (1213-1230)
**Bishop of Acqui - Anselm (1215-1226)
**Bishop of Alba - Rainerius (1216-1226)
**Bishop of Alessandria - ?
**Bishop of Aosta - Boniface of Valperga (1219–1243)
**Bishop of Asti - Jacobus Porta (1219-1236)
**Bishop of Bergamo - Joannes Tornielli (1211-1230)
**Bishop of Brescia - Alberto da Reggio (1213-1227)
**Bishop of Cremona - Homobonus Medalbertus (1215-1248)
**Bishop of Ivrea - Obertus Cocconato (1209-1239)
**Bishop of Lodi - Ottobello Soffientino (1218-1243)
**Bishop of Mondovi - ?
**Bishop of Novara - Odelbertus Tornielli (1213-1235)
**Bishop of Savona - Alberto di Novara (1206-1221)
**Bishop of Tortona - Obizo (1202-1220)
**Bishop of Turin - Jacobus de Carisio (1206-1226)
**Bishop of Vigevano - ?
**Bishop of Ventimiglia - Nicolaus Larcari (1210-1233)
**Bishop of Vercelli - Ugo de Sessa (1213-1235)
*Archbishop of Oristano - Bernardo (1202-1223)
**Bishop of Ales - ?
**Bishop of Santa Giusta - ?
**Bishop of Terralba - ?
*Archbishop of Pisa - Vitale (1217-1253)
**Bishop of Ajaccio - ?
**Bishop of Aléria - ?
**Bishop of Massa Marittima - Albertus (1217-1231)
**Bishop of Sagone - ?
*Archbishop of Ravenna - Simon II (1217-1228)
**Bishop of Adria - ?
**Bishop of Comachio - ?
**Bishop of Cervia - Rustico (1219-1229)
**Bishop of Forli - Albertus (1206-1220)
**Bishop of Imola - Mainardus Aldigieri (1207-c. 1249)
**Bishop of Modena - Martinus (1207-1221)
**Bishop of Parma - Obizzo (?-1224)
**Bishop of Reggio Emilia - Nicolò dei Maltraversi (1211-1243)
**Bishop of Sarsina - Albericus (1209-1221)
*Archbishop of Sassari (Torres) - Januarius (c. 1218-1225)
**Bishop of Alghero - ?
**Bishop of Ampurias - ?
**Bishop of Bisarchio - ?
**Bishop of Bosa - ?
**Bishop of Castro - ?
**Bishop of Ottana - ?
**Bishop of Ploaghe - ?
**Bishop of Sorra - ?
*Archbishop of Venice - ?

"Subject directly to Rome"
*Bishop of Arezzo - Martino (1213-1235)
*Bishop of Bologna - Enrico della Fratta (1213-1240) [According to [http://www.bologna.chiesacattolica.it/arcidiocesi/01_storia.php the official website] , "Dal Pontefice Pasquale II, nel Concilio di Guastalla del 1106, fu sciolta da quest’ultimo Metropolita [Ravenna] e rimase sottomessa direttamente alla Santa Sede." However, Konrad Eubel, "Hierarchia Catholica Medii Aevi vol. I: 1198-1431" (Regensberg, 1913), says it remained a suffragan of Ravenna.]
*Bishop of Chiusi - Hermannus (1215-1230)
*Bishop of Civita - ?
*Bishop of Cortona - ?
*Bishop of Faenza - Orlandus (1210-1221)
*Bishop of Ferrara - Rolandus (1214-1231)
*Bishop of Fiesole - Hildebrand of Lucca (1220-1256)
*Bishop of Florence - Giovanni da Velletri (1205-1231)
*Bishop of Galtelli - ?
*Bishop of Lucca - Roberto (1202-1225)
*Bishop of Luni - Marzucco (1213-1220)
*Bishop of Pavia - Fulco Scotti (1216-?)
*Bishop of Piacenza - Vicedominus (1217-1235)
*Bishop of Pistoia - Soffredus Soffredi (1211-1223)
*Bishop of Siena - Buonfiglio (1216-1252)
*Bishop of Sovana - ?
*Bishop of Volterra - Pagano Pannocchieschi (1212-1239)

Many other dioceses outside of Italy were directly subject to Rome, as listed below.

Kingdom of Sicily

The Kingdom of Sicily by 1220 extended over Sicily and all of Italy south of the Papal States. It was at this time ruled by the Hohenstaufen Emperor Frederick II.

*Archbishop of Acerenza and Matera - Andrea (1200-1231)
**Bishop of Anglona - ?
**Bishop of Gravines - Samuele (1215-1244)
**Bishop of Potenza - Eleochius (1210-1221)
**Bishop of Tricarico - Rogerius (1210-1237)
**Bishop of Venosa - Buono (?-1223)
*Archbishop of Amalfi - Giovanni Capuano (1215-1239)
**Bishop of Capri - ?
**Bishop of Lettere - ?
**Bishop of Minori - Giovanni De Cavello (1217-1223)
**Bishop of Scala - Costantino D'Afflitto (1207-1227?)
*Archbishop of Bari - Andreas de Celano (1214-1225)
**Bishop of Bitetto - ?
**Bishop of Bitonto - ?
**Bishop of Canosa - ?
**Bishop of Conversano - ?
**Bishop of Giovinazzo - Ursus (1200-1220); Palmerius (1220-1226)
**Bishop of Kotor - Blasius (c. 1220)
**Bishop of Lavello - ?
**Bishop of Minervino - ?
**Bishop of Molfetta - ?
**Bishop of Polignano - ?
**Bishop of Ruvo - ?
**Bishop of Salpe - Odo Marcellini (c. 1220)
*Archbishop of Benevento - Roger (?-1221)
**Bishop of Alife - ?
**Bishop of Ariano - ?
**Bishop of Ascoli Puglia - ?
**Bishop of Avellino - Roger (1219-?)
**Bishop of Boiano - Poliziano (1215-1226)
**Bishop of Bovino - William (1215-1220); Peter (1220-1238)
**Bishop of Città - ?
**Bishop of Dragonara - ?
**Bishop of Fiorentino - ?
**Bishop of Frigento - ?
**Bishop of Guardia Alferia - ?
**Bishop of Larino - Matthaeus (1218-1227)
**Bishop of Lesina - ?
**Bishop of Lucera - Albertus (1218-1221)
**Bishop of Montecorvino - Ursus (c. 1220)
**Bishop of Montemarano - ?
**Bishop of Sant' Agata de' Goti - ?
**Bishop of Telese - ?
**Bishop of Termoli - ?
**Bishop of Tortiboli - ?
**Bishop of Trevico - ?
**Bishop of Trivento - ?
**Bishop of Volturara - ?
**Abbot of Montevergine - ?
*Archbishop of Brindisi - Peregrinus (1216-1224)
**Bishop of Ostuni - Thaddaeus (?-1221)
*Archbishop of Capua - Rinaldo II (1218-1222)
**Bishop of Caiazzo - John (?-1224)
**Bishop of Calvi - ?
**Bishop of Carinola - ?
**Bishop of Caserta - ?
**Bishop of Isernia and Venafro - ?
**Bishop of Sessa Aurunca - ?
**Bishop of Teano - ?
*Archbishop of Conza -
**Bishop of Bisaccia - ?
**Bishop of Lacedonia - ?
**Bishop of Monteverde - ?
**Bishop of Muro Lucano - Joannes (1217-?)
**Bishop of Sant' Angelo de' Lombardi - ?
**Bishop of Satriano - ?
*Archbishop of Cosenza - Lucas (1203-1224)
**Bishop of Martirano - ?
*Archbishop of Messina - Berardo (1197-1233)
**Bishop of Cefalù - Harduinus (?-1223)
**Bishop of Lipari and Patti - Jacobus (c. 1220)
*Archbishop of Monreale - ?
**Bishop of Syracuse - Adamo Bartolomeo (1212-1222)
*Archbishop of Naples - Peter II of Sorrento (1217-1247)
**Bishop of Acerra - ?
**Bishop of Ischia - ?
**Bishop of Nola - ?
**Bishop of Pozzuoli - ?
*Archbishop of Otranto - Tancredus Annibaldi (1219-c. 1240)
**Bishop of Alessano - ?
**Bishop of Castro - ?
**Bishop of Gallipoli - ?
**Bishop of Lecce - Roberto Vultorico (1214-1252)
**Bishop of Ugento - ?
*Archbishop of Palermo - Bernardo de Castanea (1213-1252)
**Bishop of Agrigento - Urso (1191-1239)
**Bishop of Mazzara - Joannes (c. 1220)
**Bishop of Malta - ?
*Archbishop of Ragusa - ?
*Archbishop of Reggio Calabria - Lando (1217-1234)
**Bishop of Bova - ?
**Bishop of Cassano all' Ionio - Terricius (?-1223)
**Bishop of Catanzaro - Robert (1217-?)
**Bishop of Crotona - Joannes (?-?)
**Bishop of Gerace - Nilus (1219-?
**Bishop of Nicastro - Ruggero (1202-1221)
**Bishop of Nicotera - ?
**Bishop of Oppido Mamertina - ?
**Bishop of Squillace - R.(?) (1217-1234)
**Bishop of Tropea - Joannes (1216-?)
*Archbishop of Rossano - Basilius (1218-1239)
**Bishop of Turio - ?
*Archbishop of Salerno - Niccolò d'Ajello (1181-1221)
**Bishop of Acerno - ?
**Bishop of Capaccio - ? (1218-1252)
**Bishop of Marsico Nuovo - Anselmus (1210-1222)
**Bishop of Nocera de' Pagani - Felix (1200-1228)
**Bishop of Nusco - ?
**Bishop of Policastro - Gabriele (or Guglielmo) (1218-1222)
**Bishop of Sarno - ?
*Archbishop of Santa Severina - Dionysius (1210-1230)
**Bishop of Belcastro - ?
**Bishop of Cerenza - Nicolaus (1216-1233)
**Bishop of Cariati - ?
**Bishop of Isola - ?
**Bishop of Orea - ?
**Bishop of San Leone - ?
**Bishop of Strongoli - ?
**Bishop of Umbriatico - ?
*Archbishop of Siponto - Albertus (c. 1219)
**Bishop of Vieste - ?
*Archbishop of Sorrento - ?
**Bishop of Castellammare di Stabia - ?
**Bishop of Massa Lubrense - Albertus (?-1221)
**Bishop of Vico Equense - ?
*Archbishop of Taranto - Nicolaus (1219-?)
**Bishop of Castellaneta - Roberto (1196-1220); Santoro (1220-1226)
**Bishop of Motula - ?
*Archbishop of Trani - Bartholomaeus (1206-1257)
**Bishop of Andria - ?
**Bishop of Bisceglie - Bisantius (?-1222)

"Subject directly to Rome"
*Bishop of Aquino - Gregory (1206-1239)
*Bishop of Aquila - Theodinus (1209-1220); Theodorus (1220-1225)
*Bishop of Aversa - Basuino (1215-1221)
*Bishop of Bisignano - ?
*Bishop of Catania - Gualtiero da Palearia (1207-1232)
*Bishop of Chieti - ?
*Bishop of Fondi - Robertus (1210-1227)
*Bishop of Gaeta - Gualterius (c. 1220)
*Bishop of Marsi - Tommaso (c. 1219-1221)
*Bishop of Melfi - Richerius (1213-1252)
*Bishop of Mileto - Rogerius (1213-1222)
*Bishop of Monopoli - Matteo (1218-1226)
*Bishop of Penne and Atri - Gualterius (1216-1220)
*Bishop of Rapolla - ?
*Bishop of Ravello - Pantaleone Pironti (1210/12-1220); Leone Rogadeo (1220-1229)
*Bishop of San Marco - Andreas (1216-1226)
*Bishop of Santa Lucia del Mela - ?
*Bishop of Sora - Pandulfo (1211-1221)
*Bishop of Sulmona - ?
*Bishop of Teramo - ?
*Bishop of Troia - Philippus (1212-1252)

Holy Land

The First Crusade had established a Roman Catholic church hierarchy in the Holy Land; this was not exactly the same as the original ancient ecclesiastical hierarchy, as crusader Jerusalem was more prominent than Antioch and oversaw the ancient province of Phoenicia (Tyre, Beirut, et al.) which rightfully belonged to the latter patriarchate. Almost all of this territory had been lost by 1187, but a small strip of coastline was regained during the Third Crusade; otherwise many of these dioceses were in Muslim territory in 1220. Nevertheless they were not yet titular dioceses, as the ongoing Fifth Crusade promised (but ultimately failed) to re-conquer Jerusalem. The crusader presence in the eastern Mediterranean had also brought the Armenian Apostolic Church under Roman jurisdiction, although this would not last; the Maronite Catholic Church, however, rejoined the Roman church for good in the 1180s. In Cyprus, the Greek hierarchy still existed but a Latin archbishop, subject to the Patriarch of Antioch, ministered to the Latin inhabitants. Due to the ongoing Fifth Crusade, a Latin Patriarchate had also been established for Alexandria in Egypt. [Jean Richard, "The Political and Ecclesiastical Organization of the Crusader States", in "A History of the Crusades", vol. V: The Impact of the Crusades on the Near East, eds. Norman P. Zacour and Harry W. Hazard, 1985.]

Jerusalem

*Patriarch of Jerusalem - Raoul of Merencourt (1214-1225)
**Bishop of Bethlehem - Régnier (c. 1208-c. 1223)
**Bishop of Lydda and Ramla - ?
**Bishop of Hebron - ?
**Archbishop of Caesarea - ?
***Bishop of Sebastea - ?
**Archbishop of Nazareth - Robert (1217-1220), Hugo (1220-?) (actually a titular diocese subject to the Archbishop of Trani, as the Bishop of Barletta)
***Bishop of Tiberias - ?
***Abbot of Mount Tabor - ?
**Archbishop of Petra - ?
***Bishop of Mount Sinai - ?
**Archbishop of Tyre - Simon of Maugaustel (1217-1227)
***Bishop of Acre - Jacques de Vitry (1216-1228)
***Bishop of Banyas - ?
***Bishop of Beirut - ?
***Bishop of Sidon - Radulfus (1212-1244)
*Patriarch of the Maronites - Jeremiah of Amshit (1199-1230)
*Armenian Patriarch of Cilicia - John VI the Affluent (1203-1221)
**Armenian Patriarch of Jerusalem - Arakel (1218-1230)

Antioch

*Patriarch of Antioch - Rainerius (1217-1226)
**Bishop of Artab - ?
**Bishop of Byblos - ?
**Bishop of Jabala - ?
**Bishop of Laodicea - ?
**Bishop of Tartus - Bandinus (1215-1237)
**Bishop of Tripoli - Robert (1217-1228)
**Archbishop of Apamea - ?
***Bishop of Rafaniyah - ?
***Bishop of Valania - ?
**Archbishop of Cyrrhus - ?
**Archbishop of Edessa - ?
***Bishop of Marcopolis - ?
**Archbishop of Mamistra - Joannes (1215-?)
**Archbishop of Nicosia - Eustorge de Montaigu (1217-1250)
***Bishop of Paphos - Martinus (1220-1222)
***Bishop of Limassol - R. (?) (1220-1222)
***Bishop of Famagusta - Caesarius de Alagno (1211-1220)
**Archbishop of Tarsus - ?
**Archbishop of Turbessel (Duluk) - ?
***Bishop of Marash - ?
***Bishop of Kesoun - ?

Egypt

*Patriarch of Alexandria - Athanasius (c. 1219-?)
**Bishop of Damietta - ?

France

The territory of the Kingdom of France was largely the same as that of modern France, although much of the eastern part of today's France was still part of the Holy Roman Empire. The English also held much of the west of France, but technically the English king controlled this territory as a vassal of the king of France. In the south, in the Languedoc, the Cathar heresy had taken root, and the Albigensian Crusade was underway. In 1317 Toulouse was raised to an archdiocese and a number of new dioceses were created in former Cathar territory; otherwise the ecclesiastical organization of France was essentially the same in 1220 as it would be until the French Revolution.

*Archbishop of Aix-en-Provence - Bernard Le Cornu (1212-1223)
**Bishop of Apt - Geofroi I (1208-1221)
**Bishop of Fréjus - Olivier (c. 1220)
**Bishop of Gap - Guillaume d'Esclapon (1219-1235)
**Bishop of Riez - Hugues Raimond (1202-1223)
**Bishop of Sisteron - Rodolphe II (1216-1241)
*Archbishop of Arles - Uc Béroard (1218-1232)
**Bishop of Avignon - Guillaume I de Montelier (1209/10-1216/26)
**Bishop of Carpentras - Isnardus (1218-1228)
**Bishop of Cavaillon - Bertrand I de Durfort (1203-1222/5)
**Bishop of Marseille - Pierre II de Montlaur (1217-1229)
**Bishop of Orange - Guillaume Elie (1200-1221)
**Bishop of Saint-Paul-Trois-Châteaux - Geoffroy de Vogüé (1211-1233)
**Bishop of Toulon - Stephanus (1212-1223)
**Bishop of Vaison - Ripert de Flotte (1212-1241)
*Archbishop of Auch - Garsie II de Lhort (1214-1226)
**Bishop of Aire - Gauthier (?-c. 1224)
**Bishop of Bayonne - Raymond IV de Luc (1213-1224)
**Bishop of Bazas - Arnaud I de Pins (1219-1242)
**Bishop of Couserans - ?
**Bishop of Dax - Arnaud de Lescar (1216-c. 1220)
**Bishop of Lectoure - Arnaud II (c. 1215-c. 1221)
**Bishop of Lescar - Raymond III de Bénac (1213-1220)
**Bishop of Oloron - Bernard II de Morlane (1196/1209-1216/23)
**Bishop of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges - Grimoaldus (1215-1240)
**Bishop of Saint-Lizier - C.? (1216-1226)
**Bishop of Tarbes - Arnaud-Guillaume II de Biran (1200-1224)
*Archbishop of Bordeaux - Guillaume Amanieu (1207-26)
**Bishop of Agen - Arnaud IV de Rovinha (1209-1228)
**Bishop of Angoulême - Guillaume III (1206-1226/27)
**Bishop of Périgueux - Raymond V, Cardinal of Pons (1220-1223)
**Bishop of Poitiers - Guillaume Prévost (1217-1224)
**Bishop of Saintes - Ponce de Pons (1216-1221)
*Archishop of Bourges - Simon de Sully (1218-1232)
**Bishop of Albi - Guillaume V de Pierre de Brens (1185-1227)
**Bishop of Cahors - Guillaume de Cardaillac (1208-1235)
**Bishop of Clermont - Robert d'Auvergne (1195-1227)
**Bishop of Limoges - Bernard de Savène (1219-1226)
**Bishop of Mende - Guillaume IV de Peyre (1187-1223)
**Bishop of Rodez - Pierre-Henry de La Treille (1211-1234)
*Archbishop of Lyon - Renaud II of Forez (1193-1226)
**Bishop of Autun - Gautier II (c. 1189-c. 1223)
**Bishop of Châlons-sur-Saone - Durand II (1215-1231)
**Bishop of Langres - William of Joinville (1210-1220), Hugues de Montréal (1220-1236)
**Bishop of Mâcon - ?
*Archbishop of Narbonne - Arnaud Amalric (1212-1225)
**Bishop of Agde - Thédise (1215-1233)
**Bishop of Béziers - Bernard V de Cuxac (1215-1242)
**Bishop of Carcassonne - Bernard-Raimond de Roquefort (1209-1231), claimed by Guy de Vaux-de-Cernay (1212-1223)
**Bishop of Comminges - Grimoard I (1217-1240)
**Bishop of Elne - Gualterio (1217-1221)
**Bishop of Lodève - Pierre IV de Lodève (1208-1238)
**Bishop of Maguelonne - Bernard de Mèze (1216-1230/2)
**Bishop of Nîmes - Arnaud (1212-1242)
**Bishop of Toulouse - Folquet de Marselha (1206-1231)
**Bishop of Uzès - Raymond IV de Mas d'André (1212-1227)
*Archbishop of Reims - William of Joinville (1219-1226)
**Bishop of Amiens - Evrard de Fouilloy (1211/12-1222)
**Bishop of Arras - Raoul de Neuville (1203-1221)
**Bishop of Beauvais - Milo of Nanteuil (1217-1234)
**Bishop of Cambrai - Godefroid de Fontaines (1220-1238)
**Bishop of Châlons-sur-Marne - William II de Perche (1215-1226)
**Bishop of Laon - Anselme de Mauny (1215-1238)
**Bishop of Noyon - Étienne I de Nemours (1188-1221)
**Bishop of Senlis - Guérin (1213/4-1227)
**Bishop of Soissons - Jacques de Bazoches (1219-1242)
**Bishop of Thérouanne - Adam (1213-1229)
**Bishop of Tournai - Walter de Marvis (1219-1251)
*Archbishop of Rouen - Robert III Poulain (1208-1222)
**Bishop of Avranches - Guillaume IV Bureau (1210-1236)
**Bishop of Bayeux - Robert des Ablèges (1206-1231)
**Bishop of Coutances - Hugues de Morville (1202-1238)
**Bishop of Évreux - Lucas (1203-1220), Raoul de Cierrey (1220-1223)
**Bishop of Lisieux - Guillaume II Du Pont-de-L'Arche (1218-1250)
**Bishop of Sées - Sylvester (1202-1220); Gervase (1220-1228)
*Archbishop of Sens - Pierre de Corbeil (1199-1221)
**Bishop of Auxerre - Guillaume de Seignelay (1207-1220), Henri de Villeneuve (1220-1234)
**Bishop of Chartres - Gautier (1218-1234)
**Bishop of Meaux - Guillaume I de Nemours (1214-1221)
**Bishop of Nevers - Guillaume I de Saint-Lazare (c. 1204-1221)
**Bishop of Orleans - Manassé de Seignelay (1207-1221)
**Bishop of Paris - Guillaume II de Seignelay (1220-1223)
**Bishop of Troyes - Hervé (1207-1223)
*Archbishop of Tours - Jean of Faye (1208-1228)
**Bishop of Angers - Guillaume de Beaumont (1202-1240)
**Bishop of Cournouaille - Rainaud (1218-1245)
**Bishop of Dol - Jean VII de Lizaunet (1209-1231)
**Bishop of Le Mans - Maurice (1215-1231/34)
**Bishop of Léon (Quimper) - Jean (1187-1227)
**Bishop of Nantes - Etienne de la Bruyère (1213-1227)
**Bishop of Rennes - Pierre de Fougères (1210-1222)
**Bishop of Saint-Brieuc - Sylvestre (1213-1220), St. Guillaume III Pinchon (1220-1224)
**Bishop of Saint-Malo - Raoul (1219-1230)
**Bishop of Saint-Pol-de-Léon - Jean (1202-1225)
**Bishop of Tréguier - Geoffroi I Loiz (1179-c. 1220)
**Bishop of Vannes - Guéhénoc (1181-c. 1220); Robert (1220-1222)

"Directly subject to Rome"
*Bishop of Le Puy-en-Velay - Étienne V de Chalencon (1220-1231)

Iberian peninsula

*Archbishop of Braga - Estêvão Soares da Silva (1213-1228)
**Bishop of Astorga - Pedro Andrés (1205-1226)
**Bishop of Coimbra - Pedro I Soares (1192-1232)
**Bishop of Mondoñedo - Martinho (1219-1248)
**Bishop of Ourense - Lorenzo (1218-1248)
**Bishop of Porto - Martinho II Rodrigues (1190-1235)
**Bishop of Silves - ? (1218-?)
**Bishop of Tui - Stephanus Egea (1218-1239)
**Bishop of Viseu - Bartolomeu (1215-1222)
*Archbishop of Santiago de Compostela - Pedro Muñiz (1207-1224)
**Bishop of Coria - Sancho (?-1225)
**Bishop of Ciudad Rodrigo - Lombardo (1214-1227)
**Bishop of Évora - Soeiro II (1204-1229)
**Bishop of Guarda - Martinho I Pais (1200-1225)
**Bishop of Lamego - Paio Furtado (1211-1246)
**Bishop of Lisbon - Soeiro II Viegas (1210-1232)
**Bishop of Lugo - Ordoño (1218-1226)
**Bishop of Plasencia - Domingo (1212-1232)
**Bishop of Salamanca - Gonzalo Fernández (1195-1226)
**Bishop of Zamora - Martín Rodríguez (c.1217-1238)
*Archbishop of Seville - vacant (1145-1251)
*Archbishop of Tarragona - Aspàreg de la Barca (1215-1233)
**Bishop of Barcelona - Berenguer de Palou II (1212–1241)
**Bishop of Gerona - Alemany d'Aiguaviva (1219-1227)
**Bishop of Huesca - García de Gúdal (1201-1236)
**Bishop of Lleida (Lerida) - Berenguer de Eril (1205-1235)
**Bishop of Pamplona - Remigio de Navarra (1220-1229)
**Bishop of Segorbe - Joannes Aegidii (1216-122)
**Bishop of Tarazona - García Frontin II (1219-1254)
**Bishop of Tortosa - Ponç de Torrella (1212-1254)
**Bishop of Urgell - Pere de Puigvert (1203-1230)
**Bishop of Vich - Guillem de Tavertet (1195-1233)
**Bishop of Zaragoza - Sancho de Ahonés (1216-1236)
*Archbishop of Toledo - Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada (1209-1247)
**Bishop of Avila - Domingo Blasco (1213-1227)
**Bishop of Calahorra - Guillermo Durán y Rodrigo de Basín (1217-1221)
**Bishop of Cordoba - Rodrigo Jiménez de Rada (1217-1238) (Apostolic Administrator)
**Bishop of Cuenca - García (1208-1225)
**Bishop of Osma - Menendo (1210-1225)
**Bishop of Palencia - Tello Téllez de Meneses (1208-1246)
**Bishop of Segovia - Gerardo (1214-c. 1224)
**Bishop of Sigüenza - Rodrigo (1192-1221)
**Bishop of Tudela - ?

Subject directly to Rome:
*Bishop of Burgos - Mauricio (1213-1238)
*Bishop of Léon - Rodrigo Álvarez (1208-1232)
*Bishop of Oviedo - Juan González (1189-1243)

British Isles

Ireland

Ireland was politically dominated by Anglo-Norman lords but the church retained its own organization established at the Synod of Kells-Mellifont in 1152.

*Archbishop of Armagh - Luke Netterville (1217-1227)
**Bishop of Ardagh - Robert (1217-1224)
**Bishop of Clogher - Donatus O'Fidabra (1218-1227)
**Bishop of Clonmacnoise - Edan O'Mailly (1213-1220)
**Bishop of Connor - Reginald (1210-1225)
**Bishop of Dar-Luis - ?
**Bishop of Derry - ?
**Bishop of Down - Thomas (1213-1227)
**Bishop of Dromore - ?
**Bishop of Duleek - ?
**Bishop of Kilmore - ?
**Bishop of Maghera - ?
**Bishop of Meath - Simon (?-1224)
**Bishop of Raphoe - ?
*Archbishop of Cashel - Donatus O'Lonergan (1206-1223)
**Bishop of Ardfert - John (1215-1237)
**Bishop of Cloyne - Daniel (1216-1222)
**Bishop of Cork - Marianus (1215-1225)
**Bishop of Emly - Henry (1212-1227)
**Bishop of Kilfenora - ?
**Bishop of Killaloe - David (1218-1221)
**Bishop of Limerick - Edmund (1217-1222)
**Bishop of Lismore - Robert of Bedford (1218-1222)
**Bishop of Ross - Florentius (1210-1222)
**Bishop of Waterford - Robert (1210-1223)
*Archbishop of Dublin - Henry of London (1213-1228)
**Bishop of Ferns - Albinus (?-1223)
**Bishop of Glenalough - Ivo (1219-1220); Vincentius (1220-1232)
**Bishop of Kildare - Cornelius MacGelany (1206-1223)
**Bishop of Kilkenny (Ossory) - Peter of Malvoisin (1219-1229)
**Bishop of Leighlin - Richard Fleming (1217-1226)
*Archbishop of Tuam - Felix O'Ruadan (1201-1235)
**Bishop of Achonry - ?
**Bishop of Annaghdown - ?
**Bishop of Clonfert - ?
**Bishop of Elphin - Dionysius O'Mulkiaran (1214-1224)
**Bishop of Killala - Cormac O'Torpiad (1207-1226)
**Bishop of Kilmacduagh - Maelmurray O'Connor (1214-1224)
**Bishop of Mayo - ?

England, Wales, and Scotland

England had been divided between the Archdioceses of Canterbury and York since the 8th century, although by 1220 York held only Durham, Carlisle, and Galloway as suffragans; Durham was a prince-bishopric and was largely independent. Aside from Galloway, the Scottish dioceses were immediately dependent on Rome until Glasgow and St. Andrews were elevated to archdioceses in the 15th century.

Wales was ruled by Llywelyn the Great and his clients, aside from the territories ruled by the Anglo-Norman Marcher Lords. The Welsh dioceses were suffragans of Canterbury.

England had been under papal interdict from 1208 to 1214, when the country was granted by King John as a papal fief to Innocent III. The church was actually governed by papal legate Guala Bicchieri, Cardinal priest of San Martino ai Monti.

*Archbishop of Canterbury [The offices of the Archdiocese of Canterbury are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Stephen Langton (1207-1228)
**Prior of Canterbury - Walter (1213-1222)
**Archdeacon of Canterbury - Henry Sandford (1213-1226)
**Bishop of Bangor [The offices of the Diocese of Bangor are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 9 - The Welsh cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaphs, St Davids)", M.J. Pearson, Institute for Historical Research, 2003, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=129 available online] .] - Cadwgan of Llandyfai (1215-1241)
***Dean of Bangor - ?
***Archdeacon of Bangor - ?
***Archdeacon of Anglesey - ?
***Archdeacon of Meirionydd - ?
***Archdeacon of Llyn - ?
***Canon of Bangor - Adam de Sancta Trinitate (?-c. 1232)
**Bishop of Bath [The offices of the Diocese of Bath are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 7 - Bath and Wells", Diana E. Greenway, Institute for Historical Research, 2001, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=127 available online] .] - Jocelin of Wells (1206-1242)
***Prior of Bath - Robert (1198-1223)
***Dean of Wells - Peter of Chichester (1220-1236)
***Precentor of Wells - William de Hammes (c. 1217-1233)
***Chancellor of Wells - Alard (c. 1217-1234)
***Treasurer of Wells - ?
***Subdean of Wells - Lambert (c. 1219-1231)
***Succentor of Wells - Robert de Camera (c. 1219-1236)
***Archdeacon of Bath - Hugh of Wells (c. 1214-1235)
***Archdeacon of Wells - William of Bardney (c. 1215-1231)
***Archdeacon of Taunton - ?
***Canon of Ashill - ?
***Canon of Barton St David - ?
***Canon of Buckland Dinham -?
***Canon of Carhampton - ?
***Canon of Cleeve - Richard de Saint-Léger, Abbot of Le Bec-Hellouin (1211-1223)
***Canon of Combe Prima - ?
***Canon of Combe Secunda - ?
***Canon of Combe Tercia - ?
***Canon of Combe Quarta - ?
***Canon of Combe Quinta - ?
***Canon of Combe Sexta - ?
***Canon of Combe Septima - ?
***Canon of Combe Octava - ?
***Canon of Combe Nona - ?
***Canon of Combe Decima - ?
***Canon of Combe Undecima - William of Keynsham (1214-1246)
***Canon of Combe Duodecima - ?
***Canon of Combe Terciadecima - ?
***Canon of Combe Quartadecima - ?
***Canon of Combe Quintadecima - ?
***Canon of Compton Bishop - Elias the chaplain (?-1246)
***Canon of Compton Dundon - ?
***Canon of Cudworth - ?
***Canon of Dinder - ?
***Canon of Dultingcote - ?
***Canon of Eastharptree - ?
***Canon of Easton in Gordano - ?
***Canon of Haselbere - ?
***Canon of Henstridge - ?
***Canon of Holcombe - Henry of Chichester (c. 1219-1221)
***Canon of Huish and Brent - William of Bardney (c. 1215-1231)
***Canon of Ilminster - Richard (1201-1235)
***Canon of Ilton - ?
***Canon of Litton - Elias of Dereham (c. 1209-1245)
***Canon of Long Sutton - Benedict II, Abbot of Athelney (c. 1200-1225)
***Canon of Milverton - ?
***Canon of North Curry - ?
***Canon of Pilton - William de Hammes (c. 1212-1233)
***Canon of St Decumans - ?
***Canon of Shalford - ?
***Canon of Taunton - ?
***Canon of Timberscombe - ?
***Canon of Wanstrow - ?
***Canon of Warminster - ?
***Canon of Wedmore Prima - Peter of Chichester (c. 1209-1236)
***Canon of Wedmore Secunda - ?
***Canon of Wedmore Tertia - ?
***Canon of Wedmore Quarta - ?
***Canon of Wedmore Quinta - ?
***Canon of Whitchurch - ?
***Canon of Whitelackington - ?
***Canon of Wiveliscombe - ?
***Canon of Worminster - ?
***Canon of Yatton - ?
***Provost of Wells - ?
**Bishop of Chichester [The offices of the Diocese of Chichester are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 5 - Chichester", Diana E. Greenway, Institute for Historical Research, 1996, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=126 available online] .] - Ranulf of Wareham (1217-1222)
***Dean of Chichester - Simon de Peregorz (1218-1232)
***Subdean of Chichester - ?
***Precentor of Chichester - ?
***Chancellor of Chichester - vacant (1217-1222)
***Treasurer of Chichester - Pandulph (c. 1219-1231)
***Archdeacon of Chichester - William Durand (c. 1220-1233)
***Archdeacon of Lewes - Eustace de Leveland (c. 1204-1229)
***Canon of Aldingbourne - Eustace de Leveland (c. 1204-1229)
***Canon of Bishopshurst - ?
***Canon of Bracklesham - ?
***Canon of Colworth - ?
***Canon of Eartham - ?
***Canon of Ferring - ?
***Canon of Firle - ?
***Canon of Fittleworth - ?
***Canon of Gates - ?
***Canon of Hampstead - ?
***Canon of Heathfield - ?
***Canon of Henfield - ?
***Canon of Highleigh - ?
***Canon of Hova Ecclesia - ?
***Canon of Hova Villa - ?
***Canon of Ipthorne - ?
***Canon of Mardon - ?
***Canon of Middleton - ?
***Canon of Oving - ?
***Canon of Seaford - ?
***Canon of Selsey - ?
***Canon of Sidlesham - ?
***Canon of Somerley - ?
***Canon of Sutton - ?
***Canon of Thorney - ?
***Canon of Waltham - ?
***Canon of Westgate - Simon de Peregorz (1218-1232)
***Canon of Wightring - ?
***Canon of Wilmington - Robert, Abbot of Grestain (c. 1197-1229)
***Canon of Wisborough - ?
***Canon of Woodhorn - Eustace de Leveland (c. 1204-1241)
**Bishop of Ely [The offices of the Diocese of Ely are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - John of Fountains (1220-1225)
***Prior of Ely - Roger de Bergham (c. 1215-1229)
***Archdeacon of Ely - Giles (c. 1220-1233)
**Bishop of Exeter - Simon of Apulia (1214-1223)
**Bishop of Hereford [The offices of the Diocese of Hereford are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 8 - Hereford", Diana E. Greenway, Institute for Historical Research, 2002, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=128 available online] .] - Hugh Foliot (1219-1234)
***Dean of Hereford - Thomas of Bosbury (c. 1216-1231)
***Precentor of Hereford - William of Kilpeck (c. 1206-1223)
***Treasurer of Hereford - Elias of Radnor (c. 1206-1230)
***Chancellor of Hereford - Albinus (c. 1214-1227)
***Archdeacon of Hereford - William de Ria (c. 1216-1234)
***Archdeacon of Shropshire - Nicholas of Hampton (c. 1219-1227)
***Canon of Bartonsham - William de Ria (c. 1206-1234)
***Canon of Bullinghope - William le Poer (c. 1205-1247)
***Canon of Church Withington - ?
***Canon of Colwall (Barton in Colwall) - ?
***Canon of Cublington (Madley) - ?
***Canon of Eigne - ?
***Canon of the Prebenda Episcopi - ?
***Canon of Ewithington - ?
***Canon of Gorwell and Overbury - Robert Folet (c. 1200-1234)
***Canon of Hampton - ?
***Canon of Hinton - ?
***Canon of Hunderton - ?
***Canon of Huntington - ?
***Canon of Inkberrow - ?
***Canon of Moreton and Whaddon] - ?
***Canon of Moreton Magna - ?
***Canon of Moreton Parva - ?
***Canon of Nonnington - ?
***Canon of Norton - ?
***Canon of Piona - ?
***Canon of Pratum Maius - ?
***Canon of Pratum Minus - ?
***Canon of Preston - ?
***Canon of Putson Major - ?
***Canon of Putson Minor - ?
***Canon of Warham - ?
***Canon of Wellington - ?
***Canon of Withington Parva - ?
**Bishop of Lichfield - William de Cornhill (1215-1224)
**Bishop of Lincoln [The offices of the Diocese of Lincoln are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 3 - Lincoln", Diana E. Greenway, Institute for Historical Research, 1977, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=124 available online] .] - Hugh de Wells (1209-1235)
***Dean of Lincoln - Roger de Rolleston (c. 1195-1223)
***Precentor of Lincoln - Geoffrey de Deeping (c. 1206-1225)
***Chancellor of Lincoln - Roger de Insula (c. 1214-1220); Richard Le Grant (1220-1229)
***Treasurer of Lincoln - Gilbert de Lacy (c. 1215-1227)
***Subdean of Lincoln - John of York (c. 1219-1231)
***Archdeacon of Lincoln - William de Thornaco (c. 1219-1223)
***Archdeacon of Huntington - Robert of Hailes (c. 1214-1223)
***Archdeacon of Northampton - Robert de Manecestre (c. 1203-1231)
***Archdeacon of Leicester - Reimund (c. 1198-1225)
***Archdeacon of Oxford - John of Tynemouth (c. 1210-1221)
***Archdeacon of Buckingham - William (c. 1218-1221)
***Archdeacon of Bedford - John de Houton (C. 1218-1231)
***Archdeacon of Stow - Hugh de Sancto Edwardo (c. 1219-1222)
***Canon of Aylesbury - Roger de Rolleston (c. 1200-1223)
***Canon of All Saints in Hungate - Richard de Lindwod (c. 1200-1223)
***Canon of Asgarby - ?
***Canon of Banbury - ?
***Canon of Bedford Major - ?
***Canon of Bedford Minor - ?
***Canon of Biggleswade - ?
***Canon of St Botolph - ?
***Canon of Brampton - Robert of Hailes (c. 1221)
***Canon of Buckden - ?
***Canon of Carlton Kyme - ?
***Canon of Carlton Paynell - ?
***Canon of Caistor - ?
***Canon of Centum Solidorum - ?
***Canon of Clifton - Marchisius d'Aubigny (c. 1215-1225)
***Canon of Corringham - ?
***Canon of Crackpole St Mary - ?
***Canon of Cropredy - Rufinus (c. 1217-1237); nephew of Guala
***Canon of Decem librarum - William son of Fulk II (c. 1205-1223)
***Canon of Dunham and Newport - William de Thornaco (c. 1213-1239)
***Canon of Empingham - ?
***Canon of Farnham-cum-Balderton - ?
***Canon of Gretton - ?
***Canon of Haydour-cum-Walton - ?
***Canon of Ketton - ?
***Canon of Lafford - ?
***Canon of Langford Ecclesia - John of Tynemouth (c. 1206-1221)
***Canon of Langford Minor - ?
***Canon of Leicester St Margaret - ?
***Canon of Leighton Buzzard - Theobald de Busello (c. 1194-1231)
***Canon of Leighton Ecclesia - Stephen de Normandis (c. 1213-1230); also Cardinal deacon of San Adriano; nephew of Pope Innocent III
***Canon of Leighton Minor - William of Ely (c. 1207-1223)
***Canon of Liddington - ?
***Canon of Louth - ?
***Canon of Marston St Lawrence - ?
***Canon of St Martin in Dernestall - ?
***Canon of Milton Manor - Hugh of Wells (c. 1213-1228)
***Canon of Nassington - William of Avallon (c. 1211-1236)
***Canon of Norton Episcopi - ?
***Canon of North Kelsey - ?
***Canon of Sanctae Crucis - Roger de Bohun (c. 1218-1231)
***Canon of Scamblesby (with Melton Ross) - Roger of Bristol (c. 1214-1233)
***Canon of South Scarle - ?
***Canon of Sexaginta Solidorum - ?
***Canon of Stoke - ?
***Canon of Stow St Mary - ?
***Canon of Stow Longa - ?
***Canon of Sutton-cum-Buckingham - William (c. 1218-1221)
***Canon of Thame - ?
***Canon of Thorngate - ?
***Canon of Welton - ?
***Canon of Welton Beckhall - ?
***Canon of Welton Brinkhall - ?
***Canon of Welton Paynshall - ?
***Canon of Welton Ryval - ?
***Canon of Welton Westhall - ?
**Bishop of Llandaff [The offices of the Diocese of Llandaff are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 9 - The Welsh cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaphs, St Davids)", M.J. Pearson, Institute for Historical Research, 2003, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=129 available online] .] - William (1219-1230)
***Archdeacon of Llandaff - Maurice (1217-1240)
***Precentor of Llandaff - ?
***Chancellor of Llandaff - ?
***Canon of Llangwm - ?
***Canon of St. Andrew - ?
***Canon of St. Cross - ?
***Canon of St. Dubritius - Henry of Llancarfan (c. 1220-1254)
***Canon of Warthacwm - ?
**Bishop of London [The offices of the Diocese of London are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 1 - St. Paul's, London", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1968, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=122 available online] .] - William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise (1199-1221)
***Dean of St. Paul's - Robert de Watford (c. 1217-1228)
***Archdeacon of London - William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise (c. 1217-1223)
***Archdeacon of Essex - Theobald de Valognes (c. 1216-1225)
***Archdeacon of Middlesex - William of Sainte-Mère-Eglise (c. 1217-1228)
***Archdeacon of Colchester - Roger Niger (1218-1228)
***Treasurer of London - Peter of Sainte-Mère-Eglise (c. 1201-1228)
***Precentor of London - ?
***Chancellor of London - Henry de Cornhill (1217-1242)
***Canon of Broomesbury - Roger of Worcester (c. 1181-1223)
***Canon of Brownswood - ?
***Canon of Caddington Major - Theobald de Valognes (?-1221)
***Canon of Caddington Minor - ?
***Canon of Cantlers - ?
***Canon of Chamberlainwood - Philip de Hadham (c. 1217-1226)
***Canon of Chiswick - John Belemains (c. 1216-1254)
***Canon of Consumpta-per-Mare - Alexander de Swereford (c. 1217-1245)
***Canon of Ealdland - ?
***Canon of Ealdstreet - ?
***Canon of Finsbury - ?
***Canon of Harleston - ?
***Canon of Holbourn - Peter de Colle Medio (c. 1216-1228)
***Canon of Hoxton - ?
***Canon of Islington - ?
***Canon of Mapesbury - Thomas of Stortford (c. 1217-1241)
***Canon of Mora - William the Angevin (c. 1214-1222)
***Canon of Nesden - William of Purleigh (c. 1218-1239)
***Canon of Newington - Ranulph de Bisacia (c. 1203-1245)
***Canon of Oxgate - ?
***Canon of Pancratius - John de Sancto Laurentio (c. 1192-1225)
***Canon of Portpool - William de La Fere (c. 1217-1226)
***Canon of Reculversland - ?
***Canon of Rugmere - John Witing (c. 1190-1226)
***Canon of Sneating - Robert de Watford (c. 1214-1228)
***Canon of Totenhall - ?
***Canon of Twiford - Maurice of Harlow (c. 1218-1231)
***Canon of Weldland - Henry de Cornhill (c. 1217-1241)
***Canon of Wenlocksbarn - ?
***Canon of Wilsden - ?
**Bishop of Norwich [The offices of the Diocese of Norwich are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Pandulph (1215-1226) [He was appointed in 1215 but was not consecrated until 1222.]
***Prior of Norwich - William son of Odo of Norwich (c. 1219-1235)
***Archdeacon of Norwich - Geoffrey de Burgh (1200-1225)
***Archdeacon of Norfolk - Geoffrey de Bocland (c. 1197-1225)
***Archdeacon of Suffolk - Robert de Tywa (c. 1205-1235)
***Archdeacon of Sudbury - Robert of Gloucester (c. 1220-1222)
**Bishop of Rochester [The offices of the Diocese of Rochester are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Benedict of Sausetun (1215-1227)
***Prior of Rochester - William (c. 1218-1222)
***Archdeacon of Rochester - William son of Peter (c. 1193-1225)
**Bishop of St Asaph [The offices of the Diocese of St Asaph are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 9 - The Welsh cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaphs, St Davids)", M.J. Pearson, Institute for Historical Research, 2003, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=129 available online] .] - Reinerus (1186-1225)
***Dean of St. Asaphs - ?
***Precentor of St. Asaphs - ?
***Chancellor of St. Asaphs - ?
***Treasurer of St. Asaphs - ?
***Archdeacon of St. Asaphs - ?
***Archdeacon of Meifod - ?
***Treasurer of Llandaff - ?
***Canon of Faenol - ?
***Canon of Llanfair I - ?
***Canon of Llanfair II - ?
***Canon of Llannefydd - ?
***Canon of Meifod - ?
***Canon of Meliden - ?
**Bishop of Saint David's [The offices of the Diocese of Saint David's are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 9 - The Welsh cathedrals (Bangor, Llandaff, St Asaphs, St Davids)", M.J. Pearson, Institute for Historical Research, 2003, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=129 available online] .] - Gervase (Iorweth) (1215-1229)
***Precentor of Saint David's - Walter (c. 1203-1229)
***Chancellor of Saint David's - ?
***Treasurer of Saint. David's - ?
***Archdeacon of Saint David's - Martin (c. 1215-1222)
***Archdeacon of Brecon - Gerald de Barri the younger (1203-1247); nephew of Gerald of Wales
***Archdeacon of Cardigan - Maredudd (1203-1227)
***Archdeacon of Carmarthen - ?
***Canon of Brawdy - ?
***Canon of Llanrhian - ?
***Canon of Mathri - Gerald de Barri the younger (1203-1247)
**Bishop of Salisbury [The offices of the Diocese of Salisbury are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, 1066-1300: volume 4 - Salisbury", Diana E. Greenway, Institute for Historical Research, 1991, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=125 available online] .] - Richard Poore (1217-1228)
***Dean of Salisbury - Adam (1215-1220) ; William de Waude (1220-1237)
***Precentor of Salisbury - William de Waude (1218-1220)
***Chancellor of Salisbury - Hugh de Gaherst (1206-1220); Robert de Hertford (1220-1236)
***Treasurer of Salisbury - Abraham of Winchester (1214-1222)
***Archdeacon of Dorset - ?
***Archdeacon of Berkshire - Geoffrey (c. 1215-1222)
***Archdeacon of Salisbury - Humphrey of Bassingbourn (1193-1238)
***Archdeacon of Wiltshire - Richard Grosseteste (1199-1222)
***Archdeacon of Alton - ?
***Subdean of Salisbury - Thomas of Chobham (c. 1213-1228)
***Succentor of Salisbury - Anastasius (c. 1209-1227)
***Canon of Alton Pancras - ?
***Canon of Axford - Gregory (c. 1193-1220)
***Canon of Bedminster and Redclyffe - Gilbert de Lacy (c. 1213-1227)
***Canon of Bedwyn - ?
***Canon of Beminster Prima - ?
***Canon of Beminster Secunda - ?
***Canon of Bishopstone - Henry of Bishopstone (c. 1220-1246)
***Canon of Bitton - ?
***Canon of Blewbury - ?
***Canon of Brixworth - Robert of Brimpton (c. 1210-1222)
***Canon of Calne - Richard Grosseteste (c. 1199-1222)
***Canon of Chardstock - Abraham of Winchester (c. 1215-1220)
***Canon of Charminster and Bere - ?
***Canon of Chisenbury and Chute - Martin de Summis (c. 1217-1233)
***Canon of Coombe and Harnham - Luke of Winchester, des Roches (c. 1220-1231)
***Canon of Durnford - Henry Tessun (c. 1220-1243)
***Canon of Faringdon - William de Teise (c. 1208-1227)
***Canon of Fordington and Writhlington - Laurence de Sancto Nicholao (c. 1218-1233)
***Canon of Grantham Australis - Geoffrey de Bocland (c. 1219-1222)
***Canon of Grantham Borealis - William de Linden (c. 1219-1222)
***Canon of Grimston - ?
***Canon of Heytesbury - William de Waude (c. 1218-1236)
***Canon of Highworth - ?
***Canon of Hurstbourne and Burbage - Bartholomew des Roches (c. 1215-1231)
***Canon of Loders - Roger, Abbot of Montebourg (c. 1213-1223)
***Canon of Lyme and Halstock - ?
***Canon of Major Pars Altaris - ?
***Canon of Minor Pars Altaris - ?
***Canon of Netheravon - ?
***Canon of Netherbury in ecclesia - Humphrey of Bassingbourn (c. 1193-1238)
***Canon of Netherbury in terra - Robert Scot (c. 1219-1233)
***Canon of Ogbourne - Richard de Saint-Léger, abbot of Le-Bec Hellouin (1211-1223)
***Canon of Potterne - Adam (c. 1200-1220); Elias of Dereham (c. 1220-1228)
***Canon of Preston - ?
***Canon of Ramsbury - Robert Coterel (c. 1213-1233)
***Canon of Ratfyn - Thomas of Ebbesbourne (c. 1213-1227)
***Canon of Ruscombe Southbury - Luke of Winchester (c. 1220-1226)
***Canon of Sherborne - Philip, Abbot of Sherborne (c. 1213-1227)
***Canon of Shipton - Robert of Brimpton (c. 1213-1222)
***Canon of Slape - Robert de Bingham (c. 1220-1228)
***Canon of Stratford - Hugh de Templo (c. 1213-1226)
***Canon of Stratton - Daniel de Longo Campo (c. 1213-1233) [cite web|url=http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=34274|title=LIST 56 PREBENDARIES OF STRATTON|last=Greenway|first=Diana E.|work=Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: vol. 4|publisher=Institute of Historical Research/British History Online|accessdate=2008-06-02]
***Canon of Teinton Regis - ?
***Canon of Torleton - Geoffrey of Devon (c. 1218-1244)
***Canon of Upavon - William de Braio, Abbot of Saint-Wandrille (1219-1235)
***Canon of Warminster - Peter Picot (c. 1215-1241)
***Canon of Wilsford and Woodford - ?
***Canon of Yatesbury - ?
***Canon of Yetminster Prima - ?
***Canon of Yetminster Secunda - ?
**Bishop of Winchester [The offices of the Diocese of Winchester are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Peter des Roches (1205-1238)
***Prior of Winchester - Walter II (c. 1215-1239)
***Archdeacon of Winchester - Bartholomew (c. 1213-1229)
***Archdeacon of Surrey - ?
**Bishop of Worcester [The offices of the Diocese of Worcester are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - William de Blois (1218-1237)
***Prior of Worcester - Simon (c. 1216-1222)
***Archdeacon of Worcester - William Scot (1218-1226)
***Archdeacon of Gloucester - Maurice de Arundel (1210-1245)
*Archbishop of York [The offices of the archdiocese of York are listed in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: Volume 6 - York", Diana E. Greenaway, Institute for Historical Research, 1999, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=29 available online] ] - Walter de Gray (1216-1255)
**Dean of York - Roger de Insula (c. 1220-1233)
**Precentor of York - Geoffrey of Norwich (c. 1220-1233)
**Chancellor of York - John de Sancto Laurentio (c. 1195-1224)
**Treasurer of York - William of Rotherfield (c. 1220-1242)
**Succentor of the Canons of York - Bernard of Saint-Omer (c. 1212-1224)
**Succentor of the Vicars of York - Richard (c. 1219-1228)
**Archdeacon of York - Sampson (c. 1217-1228)
**Archdeacon of Cleveland - William of Ely (c. 1201-1223)
**Archdeacon of East Riding - Walter de Wisbech (c. 1218-1227)
**Archdeacon of Nottingham - William de Bodham (c. 1218-1234)
**Archdeacon of Richmond - William of Rotherfield (c. 1218-1239)
**Canon of Ampleforth - Godard (c. 1219-1228)
**Canon of Apesthorpe - ?
**Canon of Barnby - Maurice (c. 1215-1233)
**Canon of Bole - William of Laneham (c. 1212-1231)
**Canon of Bramham - John (c. 1209-1237)
**Canon of Bugthorpe - Bernard of Saint-Omer (c. 1199-1239)
**Canon of South Cave - ?
**Canon of Driffield - ?
**Canon of Dunnington - ?
**Canon of Fenton - Walter de Wisbech (c. 1220-1226)
**Canon of Fridaythorpe - Robert of Winchester (c. 1217-1230)
**Canon of Givendale - ?
**Canon of Grindale - Erard (c. 1189-1227)
**Canon of Holme - ?
**Canon of Husthwaite - ?
**Canon of Knaresborough - William of York (c. 1219-1235)
**Canon of Langtoftdn - ?
**Canon of Laughton - ?
**Canon of Masham - ?
**Canon of North Newbald - Peter of Ferentino (c. 1214-1265)
**Canon of South Newbald - ?
**Canon of Newthorpe - William of Rotherfield (c. 1220-1242)
**Canon of Osbaldwick - ?
**Canon of Riccall - Gimundus (c. 1217-?)
**Canon of Salton - William (c. 1209-1233)
**Canon of Stillington - Serlo de Sunninges (c. 1225)
**Canon of Strensall - Rufinus (c. 1217-1227)
**Canon of Thockrington - Alexander of Dorset (c. 1216-1226)
**Canon of Ulleskelf - ?
**Canon of Warthill - ?
**Canon of Weighton - ?
**Canon of Wetwang - ?
**Canon of Wilton - ?
**Canon of Wistow - ?
**Bishop of Carlisle [The offices of the Diocese of Carlisle are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Hugh of Carlisle (1218-1223)
***Prior of Carlisle - Bartholomew (c. 1218-1231)
***Archdeacon of Carlisle - ?
**Bishop of Durham [The offices of the Diocese of Durham are found in "Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae 1066-1300: volume 2 - Monastic cathedrals (northern and southern provinces)", Diana E. Greenway, Institute of Historical Research, 1971, [http://www.british-history.ac.uk/source.aspx?pubid=123 available online] ] - Richard Marsh (1217-1226)
***Prior of Durham - Ralph Kerneth (c. 1218-1234)
***Archdeacon of Durham - Simon de Ferlington (c. 1218-1225)
***Archdeacon of Northumberland - Alan de Lenna (c. 1218-1241)
**Bishop of Galloway - Walter of Whithorn (1209-1235)
***Archdeacon of Galloway - John (c. 1186-1222)

"Subject directly to Rome:"
*Bishop of Aberdeen - Adam de Kald (1207-1228?)
*Bishop of Argyll - Harald (c. 1189-1228/32)
*Bishop of Brechin - Gregory (1218-1248)
*Bishop of Caithness - Adam of Melrose (1213-1222)
*Bishop of Dunblane - Abraham of Strathearn (1210/14–1220/25)
**Archdeacon of Dunblane - Gilbert (c. 1210-1235)
*Bishop of Dunkeld - Hugh de Sigillo (1214-1229/30)
**Archdeacon of Dunkeld - Henry (1200/09-1220/25)
*Bishop of Glasgow - Walter Capellanus (1208-1232)
**Archdeacon of Glasgow - Robert (1195/6-1222)
*Bishop of Moray - Bricius de Douglas (1203-1222)
**Archdeacon of Moray - Gilbert de Moravia (1206/8-1222/4)
*Bishop of Ross - Robert Capellanus (1214-1249)
*Bishop of St. Andrews - William de Malveisin (1202-1238)
**Archdeacon of Lothian - William de Bosco (1214-1231)
**Archdeacon of St Andrews - Laurence de Thorenton (1209-1238/40)

Frankish Greece

*Patriarch of Constantinople - Matthaeus (1219–1221)
**Bishop of Chios - ?
**Bishop of Athyra - ?
**Bishop of Nicomedia - ?
**Bishop of Banados - ?
**Bishop of Pegae - ?
**Archbishop of Adrianople - ?
***Bishop of Skopuli - ?
**Archbishop of Athens - ?
***Bishop of Avlon - ?
***Bishop of Chalkis - ?
***Bishop of Thermopylae - B.(?) (1212-1222)
***Bishop of Davleia - J.(?) (1208-1222)
***Bishop of Zorkon - ?
***Bishop of Karystos - ?
***Bishop of Koroneia - ?
***Bishop of Andros - ?
***Bishop of Skyros - ?
***Bishop of Kea - ?
***Bishop of Megara - ?
***Bishop of Tenos - ?
***Bishop of Mykonos - ?
***Bishop of Ios - ?
***Bishop of Melos - ?
***Bishop of Thera - ?
***Bishop of Cithonia - ?
***Bishop of Negroponte - ?
***Bishop of Rheon - ?
**Archbishop of Corinth -
***Bishop of Argos - ?
***Bishop of Antipaxos - ?
***Bishop of Naxos - ?
***Bishop of Paros - ?
***Bishop of Syros-Santorini - ?
***Bishop of Vonitza
***Bishop of Lacadaemon (Sparta) - (1217-?)
***Bishop of Maina - ?
***Bishop of Monemvasia - ?
**Archbishop of Corfu - ?
**Archbishop of Thessalonika - ?
***11 suffragans
**Archbishop of Candia (Crete) - ?
***11 suffragans
***Bishop of Arkadi - ?
***Bishop of Ario - ?
***Bishop of Chiron - ?
***Bishop of Karpatho - ?
***Bishop of Kisamos - ?
***Bishop of Hierapetra - ?
***Bishop of Mylopotamos - ?
***Bishop of Retymo - ?
***Bishop of Sitia - ?
**Archbishop of Heraclea - ?
***Bishop of Peristeri - ?
***Bishop of Rodosto - ?
**Archbishop of Larissa - ?
***Bishop of Demetrias - ?
***Bishop of Gardiki - ?
***Bishop of Nezero - ?
**Archbishop of Parium - ?
**Archbishop of Patras - ?
***Bishop of Cephalonia - Benedict (1207-1228)
***Bishop of Zante - ?
***Bishop of Andravida - ?
***Bishop of Amyclae - ?
***Bishop of Modone - ?
***Bishop of Corone - ?
***Bishop of Olenus - P.(?) (1217-?)
**Archbishop of Dyrrachium - ?
***Bishop of Alessio - ?
***Bishop of Benda - ?
***Bishop of Canovia - ?
***Bishop of Cernicum - ?
***Bishop of Croia - ?
***Bishop of Prisca - ?
***Bishop of Wergen - ?
**Archbishop of Lepanto - ?
**Archbishop of Makri - ?
**Archbishop of Maito - ?
**Archbishop of Mytilene - ?
**Archbishop of Neopatras - ?
**Archbishop of Philippi - ?
***Bishop of Polystylym (Abdera) - ?
**Archbishop of Serrae - ?
**Archbishop of Thebes - ?
***Bishop of Castoria - ? (1218-?)
**Archbishop of Verissa - Norandinus (1214-1224)
**Archbishop of Rhodes - ?
***Bishop of Lango - ?
***Bishop of Nisyri - ?
**Archbishop of Antivari and Dioclea -
***Bishop of Balezo - ?
***Bishop of Danj - ?
***Bishop of Drivost - ?
***Bishop of Olgun - ?
***Bishop of Pulati - ?
***Bishop of Sappa - Theodorus (1199-1248)
***Bishop of Sarda - ?
***Bishop of Scutari - ?
***Bishop of Svac - ?
**Archbishop of Trnovo (Patriarch of Bulgaria)) [The Bulgarian Patriarchate was in union with Rome from 1203-1235. A separate Orthodox Patriarch in union with Constantinople had been established at Ohrid.] - St. Ioakim I (1204-1237)
***Bishop of Skopje - ?

"Unknown metropolitan"
*Bishop of Prstina - ?

Holy Roman Empire

Burgundy

*Archishop of Besançon - Amédée de Tramelay (1193-1220)
**Bishop of Basel - Heinrich II von Thun (1216-1238)
**Bishop of Belley - ?
**Bishop of Lausanne - Berthold de Neuchâtel (1212-1220), Gérard de Rougemont (Gerhard II von Rothenberg) (1220-1221)
*Archbishop of Embrun - Bernard I Chabert (1212-c. 1235)
**Bishop of Antibes (Grasse) - Bertrand d'Aix (1218-1244)
**Bishop of Digne - Lantelme (1210/1211-1232)
**Bishop of Glandèves - Pierre de Glandèves (1213-1225)
**Bishop of Nice - Henri I (1208-1236)
**Bishop of Senez - Jean I (1217-1238)
**Bishop of Vence - Raimond II (c. 1220)
*Archbishop of Tarentaise - Bernard (1213-1222)
**Bishop of Aosta - Boniface de Valberga (1219-1243)
**Bishop of Maurienne - Amédée de Genève (1213-1220)
**Bishop of Sion - Landry de Mont (1206-1237)
*Archbishop of Vienne - Jean de Bernin (1218-1266)
**Bishop of Die - Bienheureux Didier de Lans (1213-1222)
**Bishop of Geneva - Aymon de Grandson (1215-1260)
**Bishop of Grenoble - Jean de Sassenage (1164-1220); Guillaume I (1220); Peter (1220-1221)
**Bishop of Valence - Humbert de Miribel (1200-1220); Géraud (1220)
**Bishop of Viviers - Burnon (1206-1220); Guillaume II (1220-1222)

Lower Saxony

*Archbishop of Bremen - Gerhard II zur Lippe (1219-1258)
**Bishop of Oldenburg - ?
**Bishop of Ratzeburg - Heinrich I (1215–1228)
**Bishop of Schwerin - Brunward (1191–1238)

North Rhine-Westphalia

*Archbishop of Cologne - Engelbert of Berg (1216-1225)
**Bishop of Liège - Hugo II Pierrepont (1200-1229)
**Bishop of Minden - Konrad I von Diepholz (1209-1236)
**Bishop of Münster - Dietrich III von Isenberg (1219-1226)
**Bishop of Osnabrück - Adolf von Tecklenburg (1216–1224)
**Bishop of Utrecht - Otto II van Lippe (1216-1227)

axony

*Archbishop of Magdeburg - Albert I of Käfernburg (1205-1232)
**Bishop of Brandenburg - Siegfried II (1216-1220)
**Bishop of Havelburg - Wilhelm (1219-1244)
**Bishop of Lebus - Lorenz (1201–1233)
**Bishop of Meissen - Bruno III von Borsendorf (1209-1228)
**Bishop of Merseburg - Ekkehard Rabil (1215-1240)
**Bishop of Naumburg - Engelhard (1207-1242)

Palatinate

*Archbishop of Mainz - Sigfried II von Eppenstein (1200-1230)
**Bishop of Augsburg - Siegfried III von Rechberg (1208-1227)
**Bishop of Bamberg - Ekbert von Andechs (1203-1231)
**Bishop of Constance - Konrad II von Tegerfelden (1209-1233)
**Bishop of Chur - Arnold II von Matsch (1209-1221)
**Bishop of Eichstätt - Hartwich I von Hirschberg (1195-1223)
**Bishop of Erfurt - ?
**Bishop of Halberstadt - Friedrich von Kirchberg (1209-1236)
**Bishop of Hildesheim - Siegfried I of Lichtenberg (1216-1221)
**Bishop of Olomouc - Robert von England (1201-1240)
**Bishop of Paderborn - Bernhard III von Oesede (1204-1223)
**Bishop of Prague - Ondřej (1214-1224)
**Bishop of Speyer - Konrad III of Scharfenberg (1200-1224)
**Bishop of Strasbourg - Heinrich II von Veringen (1202-1223)
**Bishop of Verden - Iso von Wölpe (1205-1231)
**Bishop of Worms - Heinrich II von Saarbrücken (1217-1234)
**Bishop of Würzburg - Otto I von Lobdeburg (1207-1223)
**Abbot of Corvey - Hippold von Lüdhorst (1216–1223)
*Archbishop of Trier - Dietrich von Wied (1212-1242)
**Bishop of Metz - Konrad III of Scharfenberg (1212-1224)
**Bishop of Toul - Eudes II de Sorcy (1219-1228)
**Bishop of Verdun - Johann I von Apremont (1217-1224)

Austria

*Archbishop of Salzburg - Eberhard II von Truchsees (1200-1246)
**Bishop of Brixen - Bertold von Neifen (1216-1224)
**Bishop of Chiemsee - Rudiger von Bergheim-Radeck (1216-1233)
**Bishop of Freising - Otto II von Berg (1184–1220); Gerold von Waldeck (1220-1230)
**Bishop of Gurk - Ulschalk (1217–1220); Ulrich I (1220–1231)
**Bishop of Passau - Ulrich II (1215-1221)
**Bishop of Seckau - Karl I (1218-1230)
**Bishop of Regensburg - Konrad IV of Frontenhausen (1204-1227)

Italy

*Patriarch of Aquileia - Berthold of Meran (1218-1251)
**Bishop of Belluno-Feltre - Philip (1209-1225)
**Bishop of Capodistria - Absalom (1220-1231)
**Bishop of Ceneda - Gerardus (1217-1220); Albertus (1220-1242)
**Bishop of Cittanova - ?
**Bishop of Como - Guglielmo della Torre (1197-1226)
**Bishop of Concordia - Almericus (1216-1221)
**Bishop of Mantua - Henry (?-1225)
**Bishop of Padua - Joannes Maltraversi (1214-1228)
**Bishop of Parenzo - Adalpertus (1219-1240)
**Bishop of Pedena - Poppo (1203-1220)
**Bishop of Pola - J.(?) (1220-1228)
**Bishop of Trent - Adelpreto III di Ravenstein (1219–1223)
**Bishop of Treviso - Tiso (1212-1245)
**Bishop of Trieste - Corrado da Gemona (1214-1231)
**Bishop of Verona - Norandino (1214-1224)
**Bishop of Vicenza - Gilberto (1219-1227)
**Bishop of Vittorio Veneto - Alberto da Camino (1220-1242)
*Patriarch of Grado - Angelus Barozzi - (1207-1238)
**Archbishop of Zadar - Joannes Venerius (1218-1238)
***Bishop of Osor - ?
***Bishop of Veglia - ?
**Bishop of Asolo - ?
**Bishop of Caorle - Angelus (1216-1226)
**Bishop of Castello - Marcus de Nicola (?-1225)
**Bishop of Chioggia - Felix (1218-?)
**Bishop of Equilio - Guido (1217-1220); Leonardus (1220-1267)
**Bishop of Torcello - Stephanus Natali (1216-1253)

"Directly subject to Rome"
*Bishop of Lübeck - Berthold (1210-1230) ["On the downfall of Henry, the bishopric became immediately subject to the Holy See..." (Catholic Encyclopedia, [http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/09401a.htm Lübeck] . Eubel says it was a suffragan of Bremen.]
*Bishop of Cammin – Konrad Dymiński (1219-1233)

Poland

*Archbishops of Gniezno - Iwo Odrowąż (1219-1220); Wincenty I Niałek (1220-1232)
**Bishop of Krakow - Iwo Odrowąż (1218-1229)
**Bishop of Poznań - Paweł Grzymała (1211-1242)
**Bishop of Wroclaw - Lorenz Doliveta (1207-1232)
**Bishop of Lebus - Lorenz (1201–1233)
**Bishop of Włocławek - Bartha (1215-1220)
**Bishop of Płock - Gedko I Powało (1207-1223)

Hungary

The Kingdom of Hungary had been Christianized in the 11th century, and at this time extended over modern Hungary, Romania, Croatia, and Bosnia.
*Archbishop of Dubrovnik (Ragusa) - Leonardus (1206-1222)
**Bishop of Budva - ?
**Bishop of Risan - ?
**Bishop of Sarajevo - ?
**Bishop of Trebinje - ?
*Archbishop of Esztergom - Merániai János (1205–1223)
**Bishop of Eger - ?
**Bishop of Györ - Cosmas (1219-1233)
**Bishop of Nitra - Vincent I (1220-1222)
**Bishop of Pécs - Bartholomaeus (1219-?)
**Bishop of Vác - Jacobus (1213-1222)
**Bishop of Veszprém - Robert (1209–1226)
*Archbishop of Kalocsa-Bacs - Ugrin Csák (1219-1241)
**Bishop of Bosna - ?
**Bishop of Csanád - Desiderius (1204-1228)
**Bishop of Zagreb - Stjepan I. (1215–1225)
**Bishop of Nagyvárad (Grosswardein) - Alexander 1219–1230
**Bishop of Gyulafehérvár (Transylvania, Alba Iulia, Erdely, Siebenbürgen) - Vilmos (1204–1221)
*Archbishop of Split - Slavizus (1217-1220); Guncellus (1220-1242)
**Bishop of Croatia - ?
**Bishop of Duvno - ?
**Bishop of Hvar - Michael (1199-1230)
**Bishop of Knin - Micusus (1210-1226)
**Bishop of Krbava - Matthaeus (?-1220); Martinus (1220-1224)
**Bishop of Makarska
**Bishop of Modrus - ?
**Bishop of Nin - Grubcius (1214-1220)
**Bishop of Skradin - Bartholomaeus (1200-1228)
**Bishop of Sebenico - ?
**Bishop of Senj - Joannes (1200-1224)
**Bishop of Trogir - Treguanus (1206-1254)

candinavia

The Archbishop of Lund was Primate of Scandinavia until the area had been sufficiently Christianized to create separate archbishops for Norway and Sweden in the 12th century. From Scandinavia, Christianity was spread to Finland and the Baltic in the east. The North Sea and North Atlantic islands, including some of the British Isles under Norse domination, were subject to the Norwegian Archbishop of Nidaros, the modern Trondheim).

*Archbishop of Lund - Anders Sunesen (1201-1228)
**Bishop of Aarhus - Ebbe Vognsen (1215-1224)
**Bishop of Børglum - ?
**Bishop of Lihula - Hermann I von Buxthoeven (1220-1224)
**Bishop of Odense - Lojus (1213-1228/1239)
**Bishop of Reval - Wescelo (1218-?)
**Bishop of Ribe - Tuve (1214-1230)
**Bishop of Roskilde - Peder Jakobsen (1214/15-1224/25)
**Bishop of Schleswig - Nicholas I (1192–1233)
**Bishop of Viborg - Thorstan (?-1220)
**Bishop of Virland - ?
*Archbishop of Nidaros (Trondheim) - Guttorm (1215–1224)
**Bishop of Bergen - Håvard (1217-1224)
**Bishop of the Faeroes - Sverker (1216-1237)
**Bishop of Greenland - Helgi (1212-1230)
**Bishop of Hamar - Ivar Skjalg (1196/97-1221)
**Bishop of Hólar - Guðmundur Arason (1203-1237)
**Bishop of the Isles - Reginald (1217-1226)
**Bishop of Orkney - Bjarni Kolbeinsson Skald (1188/94-1223)
**Bishop of Oslo - Nicholas Arnesson (1198-1225)
**Bishop of Skálholt - Magnús Gissurarson (1216–1237)
**Bishop of Stavanger - Henrik (1207-1224)
*Archbishop of Riga - Albert of Riga (1199-1229)
**Bishop of Curland - Hermannus (1219-1223)
**Bishop of Prussia - Christian of Oliva (1212-1245)
**Bishop of Zemgale - Bernardus de Lippe (1217-1225)
*Archbishop of Uppsala - vacant (1219-1224)
**Bishop of Finland - ?
**Bishop of Linköping - Karl Magnusson (Bjälboätten) (1216-1220); Bengt Magnusson (Bjälboätten) (1220-1236)
**Bishop of Skara - Bengt (II) the Younger (c. 1219-1228)
**Bishop of Strängnäs - Olov Basatömer (1208-24)
**Bishop of Växjö - Johannes Erengislonis (1205-1241)
**Bishop of Vasterås - Robertus (1219–1232)

"Directly subject to Rome"
*Bishop of Cammin - Konrad II von Demmin (1219-1223)

Military orders

*Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights - Hermann of Salza (1209-1239)
*Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller - Garin de Montaigu (1207-1228)
*Grand Master of the Knights Templar - Pedro de Montaigu (1219-1230)
*Grand Master of the Livonian Brothers of the Sword - Volquin (1209-1236)
*Master General of the Order of St. Lazarus - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Montjoie - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Calatrava - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of St. Thomas of Acon - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Santiago - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Aviz - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Alcántara - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Sant Jordi d'Alfama - ?
*Grand Master of the Order of Dobrzyn - Brunon (1216-?)

Religious and mendicant orders

*Master of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) - Saint Dominic (1216-1221)
*Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans) - Francis of Assisi (1210-1226)
*General of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel (Carmelites) - ?
*General of the Order of the Holy Trinity (Trinitarians) - ?
*General of the Order of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mercy (Mercedarians) - Peter Nolasco (1218-1256)

Abbots and abbesses

England

Benedictine:
*Abbot of Abingdon - Hugh (1189-1221)
*Abbot of Reading - Simon (1213-1226)
*Prior of Hurley - William (c. 1220)
*Prior of Wallingford - ? (under St. Albans?)
*Prioress of Bromhall - ?
*Abbot of Bury St. Edmunds - Hugh of Northwold (1213-1229)
*Abbot of Peterborough - Robert of Lindsey (1214-1222)
*Abbot of Westminster - William de Humez (1214-1222)

Augustinian:
*Prior of Poughley - ?
*Prior of Sandleford - ?

Holy Roman Empire

Benedictine:
*Abbot of Admont - Gottfried II (1207–1226)
*Abbot of Alpirsbach - Burchard (c. 1200-1222)
*Abbot of Altenburg - ?
*Abbess of Altomünster - ?
*Abbot of Amorbach - ?
*Abbot of Attel - ?
*Abbot of Aura - ?
*Abbot of Banz - ?
*Abbot of Beinwil - Heinrich II (1212–1236)
*Abbot of Benediktbeuern - ?
*Abbot of Berg im Donaugau - ?
*Abbot of Biburg - ?
*Abbot of Blaubeuren - ?
*Abbot of Brauweiler - ?
*Abbot of Bursfelde - ?
*Abbot of Comburg - ?
*Abbot of Corbie - ?
*Abbot of Corvey - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Disentis - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Echternach - ? ((Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Einsiedeln - Konrad I von Thun (1213-1233)
*Abbot of Elchingen - ?
*Abbot of Ellwangen - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Engelberg - ?
*Abbot of Fischingen - ?
*Abbot of Fulda - Kuno (1217-1221) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Garsten - ?
*Abbot of Gengenbach - Gottfried III (1218-1237) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Gleink - ?
*Abbot of Göttweig - Wezelin (1202–1231)
*Abbot of Hirsau - Eberhard II von Urach (1216-1231)
*Abbot of Irsee - ?
*Abbot of Kempten - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Kleinmariazell - ?
*Abbot of Klingenmünster - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Kremsmünster - ?
*Abbot of Kornelimünster - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Lamback - ?
*Abbot of Lorsch - Conrad (?-1226) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Malmedy - Adelhard II (1209-1222) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Marmoutier - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Mehrerau - ?
*Abbot of Memleben - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Melk - ?
*Abbot of Michaelsberg - ?
*Abbot of Michaelbeuern - ?
*Abbot of Millstatt - ?
*Abbot of Mondsee - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Murbach - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Muri - ?
*Abbot of Neresheim - ?
*Abbot of Ochsenhausen - ?
*Abbot of Odenheim - ?
*Abbot of Ossiach - ?
*Abbot of Ottobeuren - Conrad (1193-1227)
*Prior of Peterlingen - ? (Cluniac)
*Abbot of Petershausen - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Pfäfers - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Prüfening - ?
*Abbot of Prüm - Kuno von Ahr (1216-1220); Friedrich I von Fels (1220-1245) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Reichenau - Heinrich von Karpfen (1206-1234) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Rheinau - ?
*Prior of Rüeggisberg - ? (Cluniac)
*Abbot of St. Blaise's in the Black Forest - Hermann I of Messkirch (1204–1222)
*Abbot of St. Emmeram's - Berthold II (1219-1235)
*Abbot of St. Gall - Ulrich von Sax (1204-1220); Rudolf von Güttingen (1220-1226)
*Abbot of St. George's in the Black Forest - Heinrich II (1220–1259)
*Abbot of St. George's, Isny - ?
*Abbot of St. George's, Stein am Rhein - ?
*Abbot of St. Lambrecht's -
*Abbot of St. Ludger's - ?
*Abbot of St. Maximin's, Trier - ?
*Abbot of St. Paul's in the Lavanttal - ?
*Abbot of St. Peter's in the Black Forest - Berthold I (1191–1220); Heinrich I (1220–55)
*Abbot of St. Peter's, Salzburg - ?
*Abbot of St. Ulrich's and St. Afra's, Augsburg - ?
*Abbot of Schaffhausen - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Schuttern - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Schottenstift, Vienna - ?
*Abbot of Seitenstetten - ?
*Abbot of Stavelot - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Weingarten - Berthold of Heimburg (1200-1232)
*Abbot of Wissembourg - ?
*Abbot of Werden - Heribert II (1197-1226) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Zwiefalten - ?

Cistercian:
*Abbot of Kaisheim - Konrad II (1210-1228)
*Abbot of Maulbronn - ?
*Abbot of Riddagshausen - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Salem - Eberhard I von Rohrdorf (1191-1240) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Waldsassen - (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Walkenried - ?

Augustinian:
*Provost of Berchtesgaden - Heinrich II (1217-1231) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbot of Rohr - ?
*Abbot of Klosterneuburg -
*Abbot of Kreuzlingen - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Prior of Herzogenburg - ?
*Seckau Abbey - ?
*Prior of St. Florian's - ?
*Abbot of St. Maurice - ?
*Abbot of Subenn - ?
*Abbot of Wettenhausen - ?

Praemonstratensian:
*Abbot of Bellelay - Richardus (1202–1237)
*Abbot of Marchtal - ?
*Abbot of Roggenburg - ?
*Abbot of Rot an der Rot - ?
*Provost of Schussenried - ?
*Abbot of Ursberg - ? (Imperial abbey)
*Provost of Weissenau - ?

Abbesses
*Abbess of Buchau - ? (Augustinian)
*Abbess of Burtscheid - ? (Cistercian) (the Benedictine monks were evicted in this year) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Essen - Aleidis (1216–1237) (order?) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Frauenchiemsee - ? (Benedictine)
*Abbess of Fraumünster - ? (Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Gandersheim - ? (Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Gernrode - ? (order?) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Göss - ? (Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Kaufungen - ? (Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Kleinlützel - ? (Augustinian)
*Abbess of Lindau - ? (?) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Niedermünster - Heilka V von Wittelsbach (1218-1224) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Nonnberg -
*Abbess of Obermünster - Gertrud I (1216-1259) Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Oberschönenfeld - ? (Cistercian)
*Abbess of Quedlinburg - Sophia I, Countess of Brehna (1203-1226) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Schänis - ?
*Abbess of Selz - ? (Benedictine) (Imperial abbey)
*Abbess of Saint John - ? (Benedictine)
*Abbess of Thorn - ? (imperial abbey)

Other

*Abbot of Arbroath - Gilbert (1208-1219/29)
*Abbot of Cambuskenneth - William (1207-1235)
*Abbot of Cava de' Tirenni - Balsamo (1208-1232)
*Abbot of Cîteaux - Gauthier d'Orchies (1219-1236)
*Abbot of Clairvaux - Guillaume I (1217-1221)
*Abbot of Cluny - Giraud (1215-1220); Roland de Hainaut (1220-1228)
*Abbot of Coupar Angus - Alexander (1209-1240)
*Abbot of Culross - Hugh (1217-1227)
*Abbot of Deer - Robert (1219-1220); Alexander (1220-1222)
*Abbot of Dercongal - ?
*Abbot of Dryburgh - Thomas, (c. 1200-1234)
*Abbot of Dundrennan - Gaufridus (c. 1209-1222)
*Abbot of Dunfermline - Patrick (1202-1217/23)
*Abbot of Einsiedeln - Konrad I von Thun (1213-1233)
*Abbot of Étival - Hugues II (?-1222)
*Abbot of Farfa - ?
*Abbess of Fontevraud - Bertha (1218-1228)
*Abbot of Fulda - Kuno (1217–1221)
*Abbot of Glenluce - John (?-?)
*Abbot of Grottaferrata - ?
*Abbot of Hautmont - Mathieu (1212-1226)
*Abbot of Holyrood - William III (1217/18-1221)
*Abbot of Inchaffray - Alpín (1219-1220); Innocent (1220-1221)
*Abbot of Inchcolm - William (?-1224)
*Abbot of Iona - ?
*Abbot of Jedburgh - Peter (c. 1220)
*Abbot of Jumièges - ?
*Abbot of Kelso - Richard (1218-1221)
*Abbot of Kilwinning - ?
*Abbot of Kinloss - Radulf (1202/7-1220); Robert (1220)
*Abbot of La Chaise-Dieu - Armand de Bresson (1203-1227)
*Abbot of Lindores - John (1219-1244)
*Abbess of Mauberge - ?
*Abbot of Melrose - Adam de Harkarres (1219-1246)
*Abbot of Mont Saint-Michel - Thomas des Chambres (1218 - 1223)
*Abbot of Monte Cassino - Stefan I (1215-1227)
*Abbot of Monte Oliveto Maggiore - ?
*Abbot of Mozac - Aymeric de Mercœur (c. 1217-c. 1243)
*Abbot of Newbattle - Richard I (1219-1220); Richard II (1220-1223)
*Abbot of Nonantola - ?
*Abbot of Ourscamp - Jean Ier (1211 - 1223)
*Abbot of Paisley - ?
*Abbot of Roë - Fromond (1216-1235)
*Abbot of Saddell - ?
*Abbot of Sainte-Croix - Daniel I (1212-1237)
*Abbot of Saint-Denis - ?
*Abbot of St. Gall - Rudolf von Güttingen (1220-1226)
*Abbot of St. Maurice - Aimo II (1204-1221)
*Abbot of Sarlat - Elie I de Vinion (1214-1225)
*Abbot of Scone - William (1206 x 1209-1225)
*Abbot of Soulseat - ?
*Abbot of Subiaco - ?
*Abbot of Tongland - Helias (c.1209-1222)

Orthodox Churches


=Greek Orthodox Church=

*Patriarch of Constantinople - Manuel I Charitopoulos (1215-1222)
**Archbishop of Athens - Michael Choniates (1182-c. 1222)
**Metropolitan of Kiev - Matfei (1209-1220)
***Archbishop of Novgorod - Mitrofan (1219-1223)
***Bishop of Vladimir-Suzdal - Simeon (1215-1226)
***Bishop of Rostov - ?
***Bishop of Chernigov - ?
***Bishop of Pereyaslavl - ?
***Bishop of Smolensk - ?
***Bishop of Polotsk - ?
***Bishop of Halych - ?
***Bishop of Turov - ?
***Bishop of Ryazan - ?
***Bishop of Vladimir and Volyna - ?
***Bishop of Peremyshl - ?
*Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem - Euthemius II (?-?)
*Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch - Dorotheus I (1219-1245)
*Greek Patriarch of Alexandria - Nicholas I (1210-1243)
*Archbishop of Ochrid - Demetrius Chomatian (1216-1234)
*Metropolitan of Zica - St. Sava I (1219-1233)
*Georgian Orthodox and Apostolic Church
**Catholicos-Patriarch of All Georgia - Epiphane (1210-1220); Ekvtime II (1220-1222)
***Bishop of Javakheti - ?
***Bishop of Alaverdi - ?
***Bishop of Skhalta - ?
***Bishop of Bodbe - ?
***Bishop of Tbilisi - ?
*Cypriot Orthodox Church - Isaias, Archbishop of Cyprus (1209-1222)

Oriental Orthodoxy

*Coptic Orthodox Church of Alexandria
**Coptic Orthodox Pope of Alexandria - vacant (1216-1235)
***Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church - Yeshaq, Abuna of Ethiopia (c. 1209-1225)
****Bishop of Eritrea
*Indian Orthodox Church
*Syriac Orthodox Church
**Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch - John XI (1208-1220)
**Malankara Syriac Orthodox Church

Nestorians

*Assyrian Church of the East
**Patriarch of Babylon - Mar Yab-Alaha II Bar Qaiyuma (1190-1222)
**Patriarch of the Mongols
**Metropolitan of Merv

Islam

*An-Nasir, Abbasid caliph of Baghdad (1180-1225)
*Abu Ya'qub Yusuf II, Almohad caliph (1213–1224)

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