Papal conclave, January 1276


Papal conclave, January 1276

Conclave. Election of Pope Innocent V

On January 20, ten days after the death of Gregory X, fifteen cardinals assembled in the episcopal palace in Arezzo. In the first scrutiny on the following day they unanimously elected French Cardinal Pierre de Tarentaise, bishop of Ostia e Velletri, who took the name of Innocent V. He was the first Dominican Pope.

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External links

[http://www.fiu.edu/~mirandas/conclave-xiii.htm#1276 The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church: Papal conclave of January 20-21, 1276]

[http://www.vaticanhistory.de/vh/html/innozenz_v_.html Vatican History: Konklave 1276 (Innozenz V)]


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