Boniface VIII, Pope


Boniface VIII, Pope
Boniface VIII, Pope
Born at Anagni about 1235; died at Rome, 11 October, 1303

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  • Pope Boniface VIII —     Pope Boniface VIII     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Boniface VIII     (BENEDETTO GAETANO)     Born at Anagni about 1235; died at Rome, 11 October, 1303. He was the son of Loffred, a descendant of a noble family originally Spanish, but long… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope Boniface VIII — Infobox pope English name=Boniface VIII birth name=Benedetto Caetani term start=December 24, 1294 term end=October 11, 1303 predecessor=Celestine V successor=Benedict XI birth date=c. 1235 birthplace= Anagni, Italy dead=dead|death date=death… …   Wikipedia

  • Boniface VIII — (Benedetto Caetani) c1235 1303, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1294 1303. * * * orig. Benedict Caetani born с 1235, Anagni, Papal States died Oct. 11, 1303, Rome Pope (1294–1303). Born into an influential Roman family, Caetani studied law in Bologna… …   Universalium

  • Boniface VIII — (c. 1234–1303)    Pope.    Boniface was born Benedict Gaetani in Angani, Italy. He was appointed Notary Apostolic to the Curia in 1276; he became a Cardinal in 1291 and he was elected Pope in 1294. His reign was dominated by the need for peace in …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • Boniface VIII — (Benedetto Caetani; r. 1294 1303)    Boniface s reign was filled with failed policies. He supported the restoration of Sicily to Charles II of Naples, but he was forced to accept its independence under Frederick of Aragon. He also failed in his… …   Dictionary of Renaissance art

  • Boniface VIII — noun pope who declared that Catholic princes are subject to the pope in temporal as well as in theological matters (1235 1303) • Syn: ↑Benedetto Caetani • Instance Hypernyms: ↑pope, ↑Catholic Pope, ↑Roman Catholic Pope, ↑pontiff, ↑Holy Father …   Useful english dictionary

  • Pope Benedict XI — Benedict XI Papacy began 22 October 1303 Papacy ended 7 July 1304 Predecessor Boniface VIII …   Wikipedia

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  • Pope Celestine V —     Pope St. Celestine V     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Celestine V     (PIETRO DI MURRONE.)     Born 1215, in the Neapolitan province of Moline; elected at Perugia 5 July, 1294; consecrated and crowned at Aquila, 29 August; abdicated at… …   Catholic encyclopedia


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