Nicholas V, Pope
Nicholas V, Pope
Pope who reigned from 1447 to 1455

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  • Pope Nicholas V — Nicholas V Papacy began March 6, 1447 Papacy ended March 24, 1455 Predecessor …   Wikipedia

  • Pope Nicholas V —     Pope Nicholas V     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Nicholas V     (TOMMASO PARENTUCELLI)     A name never to be mentioned without reverence by every lover of letters, born at Sarzana in Liguria, 15 November, 1397; died in Rome, 24 5 March,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Nicholas V —     Pope Nicholas V     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Nicholas V     (TOMMASO PARENTUCELLI)     A name never to be mentioned without reverence by every lover of letters, born at Sarzana in Liguria, 15 November, 1397; died in Rome, 24 5 March,… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Nicholas V — (Thomas Parentucelli) 1397? 1455, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1447 55. * * * orig. Tommaso Parentucelli born Nov. 15, 1397, Sarzana, Republic of Genoa died March 24, 1455, Rome Pope (1447–55). Soon after his election, he ended the schism caused by …   Universalium

  • Nicholas V — (1397–1455)    Pope.    Nicholas was born Tommaso Parentucelli and he was educated in Bologna and Florence, Italy. He was consecrated Bishop of Bologna in 1444 and elected Pope in 1447, succeeding eugenius iv. He is remembered for securing the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Nicholas V — (Tommaso Parentucelli; 1447 1455)    A native of Sarzana and the son of a physician, Nicholas was educated in Bologna. His father s death forced him to interrupt his studies and seek work in Florence. There, he refined his humanist interests in… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Nicholas (V) — ▪ antipope original name  Pietro Rainalducci, or Rainallucci   born , Corvaro, Rieti, Papal States died Oct. 16, 1333, Avignon, Provence       last imperial antipope, whose reign (May 1328 to August 1330) in Rome rivalled the pontificate of Pope… …   Universalium

  • Nicholas V —    Pope (q.v.) from 1397 1455. He was pope when Constantinople fell to the Ottomans (qq.v.) in 1453. His sluggish response to the Ottoman threat to the city can be explained first by an unwillingness to send any help unless the Byzantines were… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • Nicholas V — (Tommaso Parentucelli, 1397 1455, elected pope in 1447)    Born at Sarzana in northwestern Italy, the son of a physician, and orphaned at an early age, he studied at the University of Bologna (ca. 1413 1416), where he became expert in scholastic… …   Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

  • Nicholas V — noun Italian pope from 1447 to 1455 who founded the Vatican library (1397 1455) • Syn: ↑Tomasso Parentucelli • Instance Hypernyms: ↑pope, ↑Catholic Pope, ↑Roman Catholic Pope, ↑pontiff, ↑Holy Father, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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