Antipope Constantine II

Antipope Constantine II

Antipope Constantine II (d 6 August 768) was an antipope in 767 and 768. During the last days of the Pope Paul I in June, his brother Toto of Nepi and a body of Tuscans placed him upon the See of Peter when he was still a layman. [ [ Catholic Encyclopedia: Pope Stephen (Iii) Iv ] ] In spring 768 he was deposed and killed by Lombards, when prisoner in the monastery of San Saba.


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