A complete list of popes taken from the latest edition of Blue Guide Rome:

Antipopes, usurpers or otherwise unlawful occupants of the pontifical throne are given in square brackets.

1. St Peter; martyr; 42-67

2. St Linus, of Tuscia (Volterra?); martyr; 67-78

3. St Anacletus I, of Rome; martyr; 78-90 (?)

4. St Clement I, of the Roman Flavian gens; martyr; 90-99 (?)

5. St Evaristus, of Greece (or of Bethlehem); martyr; 99-105 (?)

6. St Alexander I, of Rome; martyr; 105-115 (?)

7. St Sixtus I, of Rome; martyr; 115-125 (?)

8. St Telesphorus, of Greece; martyr; 125-136 (?)

9. St Iginus, of Greece; martyr; 136-140 (?)

10.  St Pius I, of Italy; martyr; 140-155 (?)

11.  St Anicetus, of Syria; martyr; 155-166 (?)

12.  St Soter, of Campania (Fundi?);martyr; 166-175 (?)

13.  St Eleutherus, of Epirus(Nicopolis?); martyr; 175-189

14.  St Victor I, of Africa; martyr; 189-199

15.  St Zephyrinus, of Rome; martyr; 199-217

16.  St Calixtus, of Rome; martyr; 217-222

[Hippolytus, 217-235]

17.  St Urban I, of Rome; martyr; 222-230

18.  St Pontianus, of Rome; martyr; 21 July 230-28 Sept 235

19.  St Anterus, of Greece; martyr; 21 Nov 235-3 Jan 236

20.  St Fabian, of Rome; martyr; 10 Jan 236-20 Jan 250

21.  St Cornelius, of Rome; martyr; March 251-June 253

[Novatian, 251-258]

22.  St Lucius I, of Rome; martyr; 25 June 253-5 March 254

23.  St Stephen I, of Rome; martyr; 12 May 254-2 Aug 257

24.  St Sixtus II, of Greece (?); martyr; 30 Aug 257-6 Aug 258

25.  St Dionysius, of Magna Graecia (?); martyr; 22 July 259-26 Dec 268

26.  St Felix I, of Rome; martyr; 5 Jan 269-30 Dec 274

27.  St Eutychianus, of Luni; martyr; 4 Jan 275-7 Dec 283

28.  St Gaius, of Dalmatia (Salona?); martyr; 17 Dec 283-22 April 296

29.  St Marcellinus, of Rome; martyr; 30 June 296-25 Oct 304

30.  St Marcellus I, of Rome; martyr; 27 May 308-16 Jan 309

31.  St Eusebius, of Greece; martyr; 18 April 309-17 Aug 309 or 310

32.  St Melchiades or Miltiades, of Africa; martyr; 2 July 311-11 Jan 314

33.  St Sylvester I, of Rome; 31 Jan 314-31 Dec 335

34.  St Mark, of Rome; 18 Jan 336-7 Oct 336

35.  St Julius I, of Rome; 6 Feb 337-12 April 352

36.  Liberius, of Rome; 17 May 352-22 Sept 366

[St Felix II, 355-22 Nov 365]

37.  St Damasus I, of Spain; 1 Oct 366-11 Dec 384

[Ursinus, 366-367]

38.  St Siricius, of Rome; 15 Dec 384-26 Nov 399

39.  St Anastasius I, of Rome; 27 Nov 399-19 Dec 401

40.  St Innocent I, of Albano; 22 Dec 401-12 March 417

41.  St Zosimus, of Greece; 18 March 417-26 Dec 418

42.  St Boniface I, of Rome; 29 Dec 418-4 Sept 422

[Eulalius, 27 Dec 418-3 April 419]

43.  St Caelestinus I, of Campania; 10 Sept 422-27 July 432

44.  St Sixtus III, of Rome; 3 July (?) 432-19 Aug 440

45.  St Leo I the Great, of Tusculum; 29 Sept 440-10 Nov 461

46. St Hilarius, of Sardinia; 19 Nov 461-29 Feb 468

47. St Simplicius, of Tivoli; 3 March 468-10 March 483

48. St Felix III (II), of Rome, of the gens Anicia; 13 March 483-1 March 492

49.  St Gelasius I, of Africa; 1 March 492-21 Nov 496

50.  St Anastasius II, of Rome; 24 Nov 496-19 Nov 498

51.  St Symmachus, of Sardinia; 22 Nov 498-19 July 514

[Laurentius, Nov 498-505]

52. St Hormisdas, of Frosinone; 20 July 514-6 Aug 523

53. St John I, of Tusculum; martyr; 13 Aug 523-18 May 526. Died at Ravenna

54.  St Felix IV (III), of Samnium (Benevento?); 12 July 526-22 Sept 530

55.  Boniface II, of Rome; 22 Sept 530-7 Oct 532

[Dioscurus, 22 Sept 530-14 Oct 530]

56.  John II, of Rome; 2 Jan 533-8 May 535

57.  St Agapitus I, of Rome; 13 May 535-22 April 536. Died at Constantinople

58.  St Silverius, of Frosinone; martyr; 8 June 536-deposed 11 March 537. Died in exile on the island of Ponza 538 (?)

59.  Vigilius, of Rome; June 538 (?)-7 June 555 (but elected 29 March 537). Died at Syracuse

60.  Pelagius I, of Rome; 16 April 556-4 March 561

61.  John III, of Rome; 17 July 561-13 July 574

62. Benedict I, of Rome; 2 June 575-30 July 579

63.  Pelagius II, of Rome; 26 Nov 579-7 Feb 590

64.  St Gregory I the Great, of Rome, of the gens Anicia; 3 Sept 590-13 March 604

65. Sabinianus, of Tusculum; 13 Sept 604-22 Feb 606

66. Boniface III, of Rome; 19 Feb 607-12 Nov 607

67.  St Boniface IV, of Valeria de' Marsi; 25 Aug 608-8 May 615

68. St Deusdedit I, of Rome; 19 Oct 615-8 Nov 618

69. Boniface V, of Naples; 23 Dec 619-25 Oct 625

70. Honorius I, of Campania; 27 Oct 625-12 Oct 638

71. Severinus, of Rome; 28 May 640-2 Aug 640

72.  John IV, of Dalmatia; 24 Dec 640-12 Oct 642

73.  Theodore I, of Jerusalem (? Or Greece); 24 Nov 642-14 May 649

74.  St Martin I, of Todi; martyr; 21 July 649-exiled 18 June 653-16 Sept 655. Died at Sebastopol

75.  St Eugenius I, of Rome; 16 Sept 655-2 June 657

76.  St Vitalian, of Segni; 30 July 657-27 Jan 672

77. Deusdedit II, of Rome; 11 April 672-17 June 676

78. Donus, of Rome; 2 Nov 676-11 April 678

79. St Agatho, of Sicily; 27 June 678-10 Jan 681

80.  St Leo II, of Sicily; 17 Aug 682-3 July 683

81. St Benedict II, of Rome; 26 June 684-8 May 685

82. John V, of Antioch; 23 July 685-2 Aug 686

83. Conon, of Thrace; 21 Oct 686-21 Sept 687

[Theodore, 22 Sept 687-Oct 687]

[Paschal, 687]

84. St Sergius I, of Palermo; 15 Dec 687-8 Sept 701

85. John VI, of Greece; 30 Oct 701-11 Jan 705

86. John VII, of Greece; 1 March 705-18 Oct 707

87. Sisinnius, of Syria; 15 Jan 708-4 Feb 708

88. Constantine, of Syria; 25 March 708-9 April 715

89. St Gregory II, of Rome; 19 May 715-11 Feb 731

90. St Gregory III, of Syria; 18 March 731-10 Dec 741

91.  St Zacharias, of Greece; 10 Dec 741-22 March 752

92. Stephen II, of Rome; 23 March 752-25 March 752

93. St Stephen III, of Rome; 26 March 752-26 April 757

94. St Paul I, of Rome; 29 May 757- 28 June 767

[Constantine II, 5 July 767-murdered 769]

[Philip, elected 31 July 768-abdicated 768]

95. Stephen IV, of Sicily; 7 Aug 768-3 Feb 772

96. Hadrian I, of Rome; 9 Feb 772-26 Dec 795

97. St Leo III, of Rome; 27 Dec 795-12 June 816

98. St Stephen V, of Rome; 22 June 816-14 Jan 817

99. St Paschal I, of Rome; 25 Jan 817-11 Feb 824

100. Eugenius II, of Rome; 21 Feb 824-27 Aug 827

101. Valentine, of Rome; Aug (?) 827- Sept (?) 827

102. Gregory IV, of Rome; Oct 827-25 Jan 844

103. Sergius II, of Rome; Jan 844-27 Jan 847

[John, 844]

104. St Leo IV, of Rome; 10 April 847-17 July 855

105. St Benedict III, of Rome; 6 Oct 855-17 April 858

[Anastasius, 29 Sept 855-20 Oct 855]

106. St Nicholas I the Great, of Rome; 24 April 858-13 Nov 867

107. Hadrian II, of Rome; 14 Dec 867-14 Dec 872

108. John VIII, of Rome, 14 Dec 872-16 Dec 882

109. Marinus I (Martin II) of Gallesium; 16 Dec 882-15 May 884

110. St Hadrian III, of Rome; 17 May 884-17 Sept 885

111. Stephen VI, of Rome; Sept 885-Sept 891

112. Formosus, bishop of Porto; 6 Oct 891-4 April 896

113. Boniface VI, of Gallesium; April 896

114. Stephen VII, of Rome; May 896-Aug 897. Strangled in prison

115. Romanus, of Gallesium; Aug 897-end of Nov 897

116. Theodore II, of Rome; Dec 897

117. John IX, of Tivoli; Jan 898-Jan 900

118. Benedict IV, of Rome; Jan 900-end July 903

119. Leo V, of Ardea; end of July 903-Sept 903. Deposed and imprisoned

[Christopher, of Rome; 903, deposed in Jan 904]

120. Sergius III, of Rome; 29 Jan 904-14 April 911

121. Anastasius III, of Rome; April 911-June 913

122. Lando, of Sabina; end of July 913-Feb 914

123. John X, of Ravenna; March 914-May 928. Strangled in prison

124. Leo VI, of Rome; May 928-Dec 928

125. Stephen VIII, of Rome; Jan 929-Feb 931

126. John XI, of Rome; son of Pope Sergius III and Marozia; March 931-Dec 935. Died in prison

127. Leo VII; 3 (?) Jan 936-13 (?) July 939

128. Stephen IX, of Germany (?); 14 (?) July 939-end of Oct 942

129. Marinus II (Martin III), of Rome; 30 (?) Oct 942-May 946

130. Agapitus II, of Rome; 10 May 946-Dec 955

131. John XII, Ottaviano, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, aged 19; 16 (?) Dec 955-deposed 14th May 964

132. Leo VIII, of Rome, 4 Nov 963-1 March 965

133. Benedict V, Grammatico, of Rome; 22 (?) May 964-expelled from the pontifical see 23 June 964; died at Bremen 4 July 966

134. John XIII, of Rome; 1 Oct 965-5 Sept 972

135. Benedict VI, of Rome; 19 Jan 973-June 974. Strangled in prison

[Boniface VII, Francone, of Rome; June-July 974 for the first time]

136. Benedict VII, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, of Rome; Oct 974-10 July 983

137. John XIV, of Pavia; Dec 983-20 Aug 984; killed by Francone (Boniface VII)

[Boniface VII, Francone; for the second time, Aug 984-murdered July 985]

138. John XV, of Rome; Aug 985-March 996

139. Gregory V, Bruno, of the family of the Counts of Carinthia; 3 May 996-18 Feb 999

[John XVI, John Philagathus, of Greece; March 997-Feb 998]

140. Sylvester II, Gerbert of Aurillac, Auvergne; 2 April 999-12 May 1003

141. John XVII, Sicco, of Rome; June (?) 1003-6 Nov 1003

142. John XVIII, of Rapagnano; Jan (?) 1004-July (?) 1009

143. Sergius IV, of Rome; 31 July 1009-12 May 1012

144. Benedict VIII, John, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum, of Rome; 18 May 1012-9 April 1024

[Gregory, 1012]

145. John XIX, of Rome, brother of Benedict VIII; April 1024-1032

146. Benedict IX, Theophylact, of the family of the Counts of Tusculum; elected (aged 15) for the first time in 1032-deposed in Dec 1044; elected for the second time 10 March 1045-deposed 1 May 1045; elected for the third time 8 Nov 1047- deposed 17 July 1048 Source Blue Guide Rome 10

147. Sylvester III, John, bishop of Sabina; 20 Jan 1045-deposed 11 March 1045

148. Gregory VI, Gratian, of Rome; 5 May 1045-banished 20 Dec 1046; died 1047

149. Clement II, Suidger, bishop of Bamberg; 25 Dec 1046-died at Pesaro 9 Oct 1047

150. Damasus II, Poppo, bishop of Bressanone, of Bavaria; 17 July 1048-9 Aug 1048. Died at Palestrina

151. St Leo IX, Bruno, of Germany, bishop of Toul; 12 Feb 1049-19 April 1054

152. Victor II, Gebhard, of Germany, bishop of Eichstätt; 16 April 1055-28 July 1057. Died at Arezzo

153. Stephen X, Frédéric, of the family of the Dukes of Lorraine; 3 Aug 1057-29 March 1058

[Benedict X, of Rome; 5 April 1058-deposed 24 Jan 1059]

154. Nicholas II, Gérard de Bourgogne; 24 Jan 1059-27 (?) July 1061

155. Alexander II, Anselmo of Milan; 30 Sept 1061-21 April 1073

[Honorius II, appointed by Imperial Diet of Basle 1061-1072]

156. St Gregory VII, Hildebrand di Bonizio Aldobrandeschi, of  Sovana; 22 April 1073-25 May 1085

[Clement III, Ghiberto; 25 Jan 1080-Sept 1100]

157. Bl. Victor III, Desiderio Epifani, of Benevento; elected 24 May 1086, consecrated 9 May 1087-16Sept 1087

158. Bl. Urban II, of Reims; 12 March 1088-29 July 1099

159. Paschal II, Rainiero, of Breda; 14 Aug 1099-21 Jan 1118

[Theodoric, Sept-Dec 1100]

[Albert, Feb-March 1102]

[Sylvester IV, 18 Nov 1105-12 April 1111]

160. Gelasius II, Giovanni Caetani, of Gaeta; 24 Jan 1118-28 Jan 1119

[Gregory VIII, Maurice Bourdain, of Limoges, 8 March 1118-deposed April 1121]

161. Calixtus II, Guy de Bourgogne, of Quingey; 2 Feb 1119-13 Dec 1124

162. Honorius II, Lamberto Scannabecchi, of Fanano (Modena); 15 Dec 1124-13 Feb 1130

163. Innocent II, Gregorio Papareschi, of Trastevere; 14 Feb 1130-24 Sept 1143

[Anacletus II, Pierleone, a converted Jew; 14 Feb 1130-25 Jan 1138]

[Victor IV, Gregorio da Monticelli, elected 15 March 1138, abdicated 29 May 1138]

164. Celestine II, Guido, of Città  di Castello; 26 Sept 1143-8 March 1144

165. Lucius II, Gerardo Caccianemici dell'Orso, of Bologna; 12 March 1144-15 Feb 1145

166. Bl. Eugenius III, Bernardo Paganelli, of Montemagno (Pisa); 15 Feb 1145-8 July 1153

167. Anastasius IV, Corrado, of the Suburra, Rome; 12 July 1153-3 Dec 1154

168. Hadrian IV, Nicholas Breakspear, of Abbot's Langley (Hertfordshire, England); 4 Dec 1154-1 Sept 1159. Died at Anagni

169. Alexander III, Rolando Bandinelli, of Siena; 7 Sept 1159-30 Aug 1181. Died at Civita Castellana

[Victor IV (V), Ottaviano; 7 Oct 1159-20 April 1164]

[Paschal III, Guido da Crema; 22 April 1164-20 Sept 1168]

[Calixtus III, John of Strumio, a Hungarian, Sept 1168, abdicated  29 Aug 1178]

[Innocent III, Lando Frangipane of Sezze, elected 29 Sept 1179, deposed in Jan 1180]

170. Lucius III, Ubaldo Allucingoli, of Lucca; 1 Sept 1181-25 Nov 1185. Died in exile at Verona

171. Urban III, Uberto Crivelli, of Milan; 25 Nov 1185-20 Oct 1187. Died at Ferrara

172. Gregory VIII, Alberto di Morra, of Benevento; 21 Oct 1187-17 Dec 1187

173. Clement III, Paolino Scolare, of Rome; 19 Dec 1187-Mar 1191

174. Celestine III, Giacinto Bobone Orsini, of Rome; 30 March 1191-8 Jan 1198

175. Innocent III, Lotario dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; 8 Jan 1198-16 July 1216. Died at Perugia

176. Honorius III, Cencio Savelli, of Rome; elected in Perugia, 18 July 1216- died at Rome, 18 March 1227

177. Gregory IX, Ugolino dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; elected at the age of 86; 19 March 1227-22 Aug 1241

178. Celestine IV, Castiglione, of Milan; 25 Oct 1241-10 Nov 1241

179. Innocent IV, Sinibaldo Fieschi of Genoa; 25 June 1243-7 Dec 1254. Died at Naples

180. Alexander IV, Orlando dei Conti di Segni, of Anagni; 12 Dec 1254-25 May 1261. Died at Viterbo

181. Urban IV, Hyacinthe Pantaléon, of Troyes; elected at Viterbo 29 Aug 1261; died at Perugia 2 Oct 1264

182. Clement IV, Gui Foulques Le Gros, of St-Gilles; elected at Viterbo 5 Feb 1265-died at Viterbo 29 Nov 1268

183. Gregory X, Teobaldo Visconti of Piacenza; elected at Viterbo 1 Sept 1271-died at Arezzo 10 Jan 1276

184. Innocent V, Pierre de Champagny, of the Tarentaise; 21 Jan 1276-22 June 1276

185. Hadrian V, Ottobono de' Fieschi, of Genoa; elected at Rome 11 July 1276-18 Aug 1276

186. John XXI, Pedro Juliao, of Lisbon; elected at Viterbo 8 Sept 1276-20 May 1277

187.  Nicholas III, Giov. Gaetano Orsini, of Rome; elected at Viterbo 25 Nov 1277-died at Soriano nel Cimino 22 Aug 1280

188. Martin IV, Simon de Brion, of Montpince in Brie; elected at Viterbo 22 Feb 1281-died at Perugia 28 March 1285

189. Honorius IV, Iacopo Savelli, of Rome; elected at Perugia 2 April 1285-3 April 1287

190. Nicholas IV, Girolamo Masci, of Lisciano di Ascoli; 15 Feb 1288-4 April 1292

191. St Celestine V, Pietro Angeleri da Morrone, of Isernia; 5 July 1294-abdicated 13 Dec 1294. Died in the Castello di Fumone near Alatri 19 May 1296

192. Boniface VIII, Benedetto Gaetani, of Anagni; 24 Dec 1294-11 or 12 Oct 1303

193. Bl. Benedict XI, Niccolò Boccasini, of Treviso; 22 Oct 1303-died at Perugia 7 July 1304

194. Clement V, Bertrand de Got, of Villandraut, near Bordeaux; elected at Perugia 5 June 1305-died at Roquemaure 14 April 1314

195. John XXII, Jacques d'Euse, of Cahors; elected at Avignon 7 Aug 1316-died at Avignon 4 Dec 1334

[Nicholas V, Pietro da Corvara, 12 May 1328-30 Aug 1330]

196. Benedict XII, Jacques Fournier, of Saverdun, near Toulouse; 20 Dec 1334-25 April 1342

197. Clement VI, Pierre Roger de Beaufort, of Château Maumont, near Limoges; 7 May 1342-6 Dec 1352

198. Innocent VI, Etienne d'Aubert, of Mont, near Limoges; 18 Dec 1352-12 Sept 1362

199. Urban V, Guillaume de Grimoard, of Grisac, near Mende in Languedoc; 16 Oct 1362-19 Dec 1370

200. Gregory XI, Pierre Roger de Beaufort, nephew of Clement VI, of Château Maumont, near Limoges; elected at Avignon 30 Dec 1370-died at Rome 27 March 1378

201. Urban VI, Bart. Prigano, of Naples; 9 April 1378-15 Oct 1389

202. Boniface IX, Pietro Tomacelli, of Naples; 2 Nov 1389-1 Oct 1404

203. Innocent VII, Cosimo de' Migliorati, of Sulmona; 17 Oct 1404-6 Nov 1406.

204. Gregory XII, Angelo Correr, of Venice; 30 Nov 1406-abdicated 4 June 1415-died at Recanati 17 Oct 1417

 

Antipopes

 

Clement VII, Robert of Savoy, of Geneva; elected at Fondi 20 Sept 1378-16 Sept 1394

Benedict XIII, Pedro de Luna, of Aragon; 28 Sept 1394-23 May 1423

Clement VIII, Gil Sánchez Muñoz, of Barcelona; 10 June 1423-16 July 1429

Benedict XIV, Bernard Garnier; 12 Nov 1425-1430 (?)

Alexander V, Pietro Filargis, of Candia; 26 June 1409-3 May 1410

John XXIII, Baldassare Cossa, of Naples; 17 May 1410, deposed 29 May 1415-died at Florence 23 Dec 1419

 

 

205. Martin V, Oddone Colonna, of Genazzano; elected (aged 50) at Constance, 11 Nov 1417-20 Feb 1431

206. Eugenius IV, Gabriele Condulmero of Venice; elected (aged 48) 3 March 1431-23 Feb 1447

[Felix V, Amadeus, duke of Savoy; 5 Nov 1439-7 April 1449; died 1451 at the Château de Ripaille on the Lake of Geneva]

207. Nicholas V, Tommaso Parentucelli, of Sarzana; electe (aged 49) 6 March 1447-24 March 1455

208. Calixtus III, Alfonso Borgia, of Xativa, in Spain; elected (aged 78) 8 April 1455-6 Aug 1458

209. Pius II, Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini, of Corsignano (Pienza); elected (aged 53) 19 Aug 1458-15 Aug 1464

210. Paul II, Pietro Barbo, of Venice; elected (aged 48) 30 Aug 1464-26 July 1471

211. Sixtus IV, Fr. della Rovere, of Savona; elected (aged 57) 9 Aug 1471-12 Aug 1484

212. Innocent VIII, G. B. Cibo, of Genoa; elected (aged 52) 29 Aug 1484-25 July 1492

213. Alexander VI, Roderigo Lenzuoli-Borgia, of Valencia, Spain; elected (aged 62) 11 Aug 1492-18 Aug 1503

214. Pius III, Fr. Todeschini Piccolomini, of Siena; elected (aged 64) 22 Sept 1503-18 Oct 1503

215. Julius II, Giuliano della Rovere, of Savona; elected (aged 60) 31 Oct 1503-21 Feb 1513

216. Leo X, Giov. de' Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 38) 9 March 1513-1 Dec 1521

217. Adrian VI, Adrian Florisz. Dedel, of Utrecht; elected (aged 63) 9 Jan 1522-14 Sept 1523

218. Clement VII. Giulio de' Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 45) 19 Nov 1523-25 Sept 1534

219. Paul III, Aless. Farnese, of Camino (Rome) or of Viterbo (?), elected (aged 66) 13 Oct 1534-10 Nov 549

220. Julius III, Giov. Maria Ciocchi del Monte, of Monte San Savino, near Arezzo; elected (aged 63) 7 Feb 1550-23 March 1555

221. Marcellus II, Marcello Cervini, of Montefano (Macerata); elected (aged  54) 9 April 1555-30 April 1555

222. Paul IV, Giov. Pietro Caraffa, of Capriglio, Avellino; elected (aged 79) 23 May 1555-18 Aug 1559

223. Pius IV, Giov. Angelo de' Medici, of Milan; elected (aged 60) 26 Dec 1559-9 Dec 1565

224. St Pius V, Ant. Ghislieri, of Bosco Marengo, near Tortona; elected (aged 62) 7 Jan 1566-1 May 1572

225. Gregory XIII, Ugo Boncompagni, of Bologna; elected (aged 70) 13 May 1572-10 April 1585

226. Sixtus V, Felice Peretti, of Grottammare; elected (aged 64) 24 April 1585-27 Aug 1590

227. Urban VII, G.B. Castagna, of Rome; elected (aged 69) 15 Sept 1590-27 Sept 1590

228. Gregory XIV, Niccolò Sfondrati, of Cremona; elected (aged 55) 5 Dec 1590-15 Oct 1591

229. Innocent IX, G.A. Facchinetti, of Bologna; elected (aged 72) 29 Oct 1591-30 Dec 1591

230. Clement VIII, Ippolito Aldobrandini, of Fano; elected (aged 56) 30 Jan 1592-3 March 1605

231. Leo XI, Alessandro de' Medici, of Florence; elected (aged 70) 1 April 1605-27 April 1605

232. Paul V, Camillo Borghese, of Rome; elected (aged 53) 16 May 1605-28 Jan 1621

233. Gregory XV, Alessandro Ludovisi, of Bologna; elected (aged 67) 9 Feb 1621-8 July 1623

234. Urban VIII, Maffeo Barberini, of Florence; elected (aged 55) 6 Aug 1623-29 July 1644

235. Innocent X, G.B. Pamphilj, of Rome; elected (aged 72) 15 Sept 1644-7 Jan 1655

236. Alexander VII, Fabio Chigi, of Siena; elected (aged 56) 7 April 1655-22 May 1667

237. Clement IX, Giulio Rospigliosi, of Pistoia; elected (aged 67) 20 June 1667-9 Dec 1669

238. Clement X, Emilio Altieri, of Rome; elected (aged 80) 29 April 1670-22 July 1676

239. Innocent XI, Benedetto Odescalchi, of Como; elected (aged 65) 21 Sept 1676-11 Aug 1689

240. Alexander VIII, Pietro Ottoboni, of Venice; elected (aged 79) 6 Oct 1689-1 Feb 1691

241. Innocent XII, Antonio Pignatelli, of Spinazzola (Bari); elected (aged 76) 12 July 1691-27 Sept 1700

242. Clement XI, Giovanni Franesco Albani, of Urbino; elected (aged 51) 23 Nov 1700-19 March 1721

243. Innocent XIII, Michelangelo Conti, of Rome; elected (aged 66) 8 May 1721-7 March 1724

244. Benedict XIII, Pietro Francesco Orsini, of Gravina (Bari); elected (aged 75) 29 May 1724-21 Feb 1730

245. Clement XII, Lorenzo Corsini, of Florence; elected (aged 79) 12 July 1730-6 Feb 1740

246. Benedict XIV, Prospero Lambertini, of Bologna; elected (aged 65) 17 Aug 1740-3 May 1758

247. Clement XIII, Carlo Rezzonico, of Venice; elected (aged 65) 6 July 1758-2 Feb 1769

248. Clement XIV, Giov. Vincenzo Ganganelli, of Sant'Arcangelo di Romagna (Forlì); elected (aged 64) 19 May 1769-22 Sept 1774

249. Pius VI, Angelo Braschi, of Cesena; elected (aged 58) 15 Feb 1775-29 Aug 1799. Died at Valence, France

250. Pius VII, Giorgio Barnaba Chiaramonti, of Cesena; elected (aged 58) at Venice; 14 March 1800-died at Rome, 20 Aug 1823

251. Leo XII, Annibale della Genga, born at La Genga, near Foligno; elected (aged 63) 28 Sept 1823-10Feb 1829

252. Pius VIII, Francesco Saverio Castiglioni, of Cingoli; elected (aged 69) 31 March 1829-30 Nov 1830

253. Gregory XVI, Bartolomeo Cappellari, of Belluno, elected (aged 66) 2 Feb 1831-1 June 1846

254. Pius IX, Giov. Maria Mastai Ferretti, of Senigallia; elected (aged 54) 16 June 1846-7 Feb 1878

255. Leo XIII, Gioacchino Pecci, of Carpineto Romano, elected (aged 68) 20 Feb 1878-20 July 1903

256. St Pius X, Giuseppe Sarto, of Riese (Treviso); elected (aged 68) 4 Aug 1903-20 Aug 1914

257. Benedict XV, Giacomo della Chiesa, of Genoa; elected (aged 60) 3 Sept 1914-22 Jan 1922

258. Pius XI, Achille Ratti, of Desio (Milan); elected (aged 65) 6 Feb 1922-10 Feb 1939

259. Pius XII, Eugenio Pacelli, of Rome; elected (aged 63) 2 March 1939-9 Oct 1958

260. John XXIII, Angelo Roncalli, of Sotto il Monte, Bergamo; elected (aged 77) 28 Oct 1958-3 June 1963 (canonised 2014)

261. Paul VI, Giov. Battista Montini, of Brescia; elected (aged 65) 21 June 1963-6 August 1978

262. John Paul I, Albino Luciani, of Forno di Canale, Belluno; elected (aged 65) 26 August 1978-29 September 1978

263. John Paul II, Karol Wojtyla, of Wadowice (Krakow), Poland; elected (aged 58) 16 October 1978-2 April 2005 (canonised 2014)

264. Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, Joseph Ratzinger, of Markt am Inn (Passau), Germany; elected (aged 78) 19 April 2005 resigned 28 February 2013

265. Francis, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, of Buenos Aires, Argentina; elected (aged 77) 13 March 2013