Ancient Diocese of Toulon


Ancient Diocese of Toulon

The former French Catholic diocese of Toulon existed until the Concordat of 1801.

Contents

Bishops

To 1000

  • c. 451: Honoratus
  • † c. 472: Saint Gratien
  • 524-549: Cyprian
  • 549-c. 554: Palladius (or Palais)
  • 573-585: Desiderius
  • c. 601: Mennas
  • c. 614: Hiltigisus (de Tholosa ?)
  • c. 680: Taurinus
  • Gandalmarus
  • c. 879: Eustorgius
  • c. 899: Armodus

1000 to 1300

  • 1021-1056: Théodad de Jandal
  • 25. January 1056-1079: Wilhelm I.
  • 1096-1110: Ariminus or Aiminus
  • 1117-September 1165: Wilhelm II.
  • 1168-1183: Pierre I. Isnard
  • 1183-1201: Desiderius
  • c. 1201: Ponce Rausianus
  • Guillaume III. de Soliers
  • 1212-1223: Stephanus
  • 1223-1232: Jean I. des Baux
  • 1234-c. 1257: Rostaing
  • 1257-c. 1266: Bertrand (?)
  • 1266-1277: Gualterus (or Gauthier) Gaufredi
  • 17. May 1279-1289: Jean II.
  • 1293-1311: Raymond I. de Rostaing

1300 to 1500

  • 1314-c. 1317: Ponce II.
  • 1317-1323: Elzéar de Glandèves
  • 1324-1325: Hugues I.
  • 1325-1326: Pierre II. de Guillaume
  • 1328-1329: Fulco
  • 1329-1345: Jacques de Corvo
  • 9. December 1345-1357: Hugues II. Le Baille
  • 1. April 1357-1358: Pierre III.
  • 1358-1364: Raymond II. de Daron
  • 1364-1368: Guillaume IV. de La Voulte
  • 1368-1380: Jean III. Stephani de Girbioto
  • 1395-4 or 5 September 1402: Pierre IV de Marville
  • 1403-1409: Jean IV.
  • 13 February 1411 - 27 July 1427: Vitalis
  • 1428-1434: Nicolas I. Draconich
  • 1437-1454: Jean V. Gombard
  • 1454-1483: Jean VI. Huet
  • 1491-1496: Jean VII. de Mixon
  • 1497-1498: Guillaume Briçonnet
  • 1498-1516: Denis Briçonnet

1500 to 1800

  • 1516: Niccolò Fieschi
  • 1516-3. September 1518: Philos Roverella
  • 3. September 1518-1524: Niccolò Fieschi (second time)
  • Claudio Tolomei ?
  • 22 July 1524 - 1548: Cardinal Agostino Trivulzio (Augustin or Auguste Trivulce)
  • 1548-1559: Cardinal (1557) Antonio Trivulzio
  • c. 1560-1566: Cardinal (1586) Girolamo della Rovere (Jérôme de La Rovère)
  • 1566-1571: Thomas Jacomel
  • 1571 or 1572-1588: Guillaume VI. du Blanc
  • 1588-1599: Vacant
  • 1599-2 May 1626: Aegidius de Septres or de Soystres
  • 1628-1639: Auguste II. de Forbin
  • 6 May 1640-1659: Jacques II. Danès de Marly
  • 12 January 1659-5 December 1662: Pierre V. Pingré
  • 1664-29 April 1675: Louis I. de Forbin d'Opède
  • 1675-15 November 1682: Jean VIII. de Vintimille du Luc (previously bishop of Digne 1669-1675)
  • 1684-1712: Armand-Louis Bonin de Chalucet
  • 15 August 1712-12 September 1737: Louis II. de La Tour du Pin de Montauban
  • 1737-16 April 1759: Louis-Albert Joly de Chouin
  • 12 September 1759-1786: Alexandre Lascaris de Vintimille
  • 13 August 1786-1801: Elléon de Castellane-Mazangues


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