Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
The original scribe also wrote a list of popes (ff.
The Annuario Pontificio, the list of popes, does not assign numbers to the positions in its listing.
Wojtyła became the 264th Pope according to the chronological list of popes, the first non-Italian in 455 years.
This is followed by a list of popes and the Archbishops of Canterbury to whom they sent the pallium.
Although his status was questioned during his lifetime, Benedict V is considered to part of the traditional list of popes.
"It contained a list of popes with their dates of ascension and dates of death," he said.
List of popes (graphical)
Catholic Encyclopedia, "List of Popes"
Antipope is a term of the Roman Catholic Church in the context of its official list of popes.
For a chronological list of popes, see List of Popes.
Succession becomes a chronology which has developed during time which has passed - like a list of popes or list of emperors of Japan.
However, he has not been considered a legitimate pope since the first half of the 20th century and has been erased from the Annuario pontificios list of popes.
The list of popes and antipopes in the Annuario Pontificio does not include Natalius nor Antipope Clement VIII.
For instance, a list under the entry for John purported to show the bad luck associated with that name, ending "Certainly a disastrous list of Popes" despite several being described merely as "nonentities".
The Holy See's Annuario Pontificio, in its list of popes and antipopes, attaches a footnote to its mention of Stephen II (III):
He is not recognized as a valid pope, but was added to the lists of popes in the 15th century as Stephen II, causing difficulties in enumerating later popes named Stephen.
That Hermas wrote during his brother's pontificate may similarly be inferenced from the fact that it was in a list of popes that the writer found the information that Hermas was that pope's brother.
The term may be used in a historical way, such as in the "traditional order of succession" which looks backward to a list of former leaders - like a list of popes or a list of emperors of Japan.
At the back of Westminster Cathedral is a list of Popes and, alongside this, a list of Catholic Archbishops of Canterbury, beginning with Augustine of Canterbury, and the year they received the pallium.
An incorrect list of popes follows, ending with, "and to Damasus Siricius, who is to-day our colleague, with whom the whole world with us agrees by the communication of commendatory letters in the fellowship of one communion.
No Pope actually made the Council's profession of faith apart from the Pope that the Council itself created, Felix V, who is not included in the list of popes, but only in that of Antipopes.
He was ordained to the priesthood on September 21, 1889, and then furthered his studies in Rome whilst residing at the Pontifical Lambardian Seminary with his brother Angelo (who would later gain fame for editing the official list of popes).
In a short study it is impossible to deal in depth with the vastly complex web of politics that surrounded Barbarossa; a glance at the list of popes shows just how complex the situation was; hardly had any pope become established and negotiations opened, than another was taking his place.
In addition to the subjects discussed in this chapter it contains a list of rulers from the English settlement to 1154, a table of regnal years; exchequer years; a list of popes from Gregory I to Paul VI, and a tabulation of saints' days and other festivals.