Tentative list of antipopes


Tentative list of antipopes

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Tentative list of antipopes
Hippolytus (Hippolytus of Rome, Saint) (217/218–235)
Novatian (251)
Felix (II) (355–365)
Ursinus (366–367)
Eulalius (418–419)
Laurentius (498, 501–c. 505/507)
Dioscorus (530)
Theodore (687)
Paschal (Paschal (I)) (687)
Constantine (II) (767–768)
Philip (768)
John (844)
Anastasius (Anastasius the Librarian) (855)
Christopher (903–904)
Boniface VII (974, 984–985)
John XVI (or XVII) (John (XVI)) (997–998)
Gregory (VI) (1012)
Benedict X (Benedict (X)) (1058–59)
Honorius (II) (1061–64)
Clement (III) (1080–1100)
Theodoric (1100–01)
Albert (or Aleric) (Albert) (1101)
Sylvester (IV) (1105–11)
Gregory (VIII) (1118–21)
Celestine (II) (1124)
Anacletus (II) (1130–38)
Victor (IV) (1138)
Victor (IV) (1159–64)
Paschal (III) (1164–68)
Calixtus (III) (1168–78)
Innocent (III) (1179–80)
Nicholas (V) (1328–30)
Clement (VII) (1378–94)
Benedict (XIII) (1394–1417)
Alexander (V) (1409–10)
John (XXIII) (1410–15)
Clement (VIII) (1423–29)
Felix (V) (Amadeus VIII) (1439–49)
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