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Vatican City: Rulers, Statesmen, and Titleholders

Officials and Title Holders
Name
Tenure
Peter 
†64/67
••••
St Linus
c.66–c.78†
••••
St Anacletus
c.79–c.91†
••••
St Clement I
c.91–c.101†
••••
St Evaristus
c.100–c.09†
••••
St Alexander I
c.109–c.16†
••••
St Sixtus I
c.116–c.25†
••••
St Telesphorus
c.125–c.36†
••••
St Hyginus
c.138–c.42†
••••
St Pius I
c.142–c.55†
••••
St Anicetus
c.155–c.66†
••••
St Soter
c.166–c.74†
••••
St Eleutherius
c.174–c.89†
••••
St Victor I
189–98†
••••
St Zephyrinus
198/99–217†
••••
St Callistus I
217–22†
••••
St Hippolytus
217–35; †235/06
••••
St Urban I
222–30†
••••
St Pontianus
230–35†
••••
St Anterus
235–36†
••••
St Fabian
236–50†
••••
St Cornelius
251–53†
••••
Novatian
251–58†
••••
St Lucius I
253–54†
••••
St Stephen I
25457†
••••
St Sixtus II
257–58†
••••
St Dionysius
260–68†
••••
St Felix I
269–74†
••••
St Eutychian
275–83†
••••
St Gaius
283–96†
••••
St Marcellinus
296–304†
••••
St Marcellus I
306–08†?
••••
St Eusebius
310†
••••
St Miltiades
311–14†
••••
St Sylvester I
314–35†
••••
St Mark
336†
••••
St Julius I
337–52†
••••
Liberius
352–66†
••••
Felix II
355–65†
••••
St Damasus I
366–84†
••••
Ursinus
366–67
••••
St Siricius
384–399†
••••
St Anastasius I
399–401†
••••
St Innocent I
401–17†
••••
St Zosimus
417–18†
••••
Eulalius
418–19; †423
••••
St Boniface I
418–422†
••••
St Celestine I
422–32†
••••
St Sixtus III
432–40†
••••
St Leo I
440–61†
••••
St Hilary
461–68†
••••
St Simplicius
468–83†
••••
St Felix III (II)
483–92†
••••
St Gelasius I
492–96†
••••
St Anastasius II
496–98†
••••
St Symmachus
498–514†
••••
Lawrence (1)
498–99; †508/08
••••
Lawrence (2)
502–06; †508/08
••••
St Hormisdas
514–23†
••••
St John I
523–26†
••••
St Felix IV (III)
526–30†
••••
St Boniface II
530–32†
••••
Dioscorus
530†
••••
John II
533–35†
••••
St Agapetus I
535–36†
••••
St Silverius
536–37†
••••
Vigilius
537–55†
••••
Pelagius I
556–61†
••••
John III
561–74†
••••
Benedict I
575–79†
••••
Pelagius II
579–90†
••••
St Gregory I
590–604†
••••
Sabinian
604–06†
••••
Boniface III
607†
••••
Boniface IV
608–15†
••••
St Deusdedit I
615–18†
••••
Boniface V
619–25†
••••
Honorius I
625–38†
••••
Severinus
640†
••••
John IV
640–42†
••••
Theodore I
642–49†
••••
St Martin I
649–54; †655
••••
St Eugene I
654–57†
••••
St Vitalian
657–72†
••••
Adeodatus II
672–76†
••••
Donus
676–78†
••••
St Agatho
678–81†
••••
St Leo II
682–83†
••••
St Benedict II
684–85†
••••
John V
685–86†
••••
Conon
686–87†
••••
Theodore 
687
••••
Paschal
687; †692
••••
St Sergius I
687–701†
••••
John VI
701–05†
••••
John VII
705–07†
••••
Sisinnius
708†
••••
Constantine
708–15†
••••
St Gregory II
715–31†
••••
St Gregory III
731–41†
••••
St Zachary
741–52†
••••
Stephen (II)†
752†
••••
Stephen II (III)
752–57†
••••
St Paul I
757–67†
••••
Constantine II
767–68 dep; †>769
••••
Philip
768
••••
Stephen III (IV)
768–72†
••••
Adrian I
772–95†
••••
St Leo III
795–816†
••••
Stephen IV (V)
816–17†
••••
St Paschal I
817–24†
••••
Eugene II
824–27†
••••
Valentine
827†
••••
Gregory IV
828–44†
••••
John (VIII)
844
••••
Sergius II
844–47†
••••
St Leo IV
847–55†
••••
Legendary reign of Pope Joan 855–58
Benedict III
855–58†
••••
Anastasius
855; †c878
••••
St Nicholas I
858–67†
••••
Adrian II
867–72†
••••
John VIII
872–82†
••••
Marinus I
882–84†
••••
St Adrian III
884–85†
••••
Stephen V (VI)
885–91†
••••
Formosus
891–96†
••••
Boniface VI
896†
••••
Stephen VI (VII)
896–97†
••••
Romanus
897
••••
Theodore II
897†
••••
John IX
898–900†
••••
Benedict IV
900–03†
••••
Leo V
903†
••••
Christopher
903–04†
••••
Sergius III
904–11†
••••
Anastasius III
911–13†
••••
Lando
913–14†
••••
John X
914–28†
••••
Leo VI
928†
••••
Stephen VII (VIII)
928–31†
••••
John XI
931–35/36†
••••
Leo VII
936–39†
••••
Stephen VIII (IX)
939–42†
••••
Marinus II
942–46†
••••
Agapetus II
946–55†
••••
John XII
955–64†
••••
Leo VIII
963–65†
••••
Benedict V
964–64; †966
••••
John XIII
965–72†
••••
Benedict VI
973–74†
••••
Boniface VII (1)
974; †985
••••
Benedict VII
974–83†
••••
Boniface VII (2)
980–81; †985
••••
John XIV
983–84†
••••
Boniface VII (3)
984–85†
••••
John XV
985–96†
••••
Gregory V
996–99†
••••
John XVI
997–98; †1001?
••••
Sylvester II
999–1003†
••••
John XVII
1003†
••••
John XVIII
1003–09†
••••
Sergius IV
1009–12†
••••
Benedict VIII
1012–24†
••••
Gregory VI
1012
••••
John XIX
1024–32†
••••
Benedict IX (1)
1032–44; †1055/56
••••
Sylvester III
1045; †<1063
••••
Benedict IX (2)
1045; †1055/56
••••
Gregory VI 
1045–46; †1047
••••
Clement II 
1046–47†
••••
Benedict IX (3)
1047–48; †1055/56
••••
Damasus II
1048†
••••
St Leo IX
1049–54†
••••
Victor II
1055–57†
••••
Stephen IX (X)
1057–58†
••••
Benedict X
1058–59; †>1073
••••
Nicholas II
1058–61†
••••
Alexander II
1061–73†
••••
Honorius II
1061–64; †1071/72
••••
St Gregory VII
1073–85†
••••
Clement III
1080–1100†
••••
Bl Victor III
1087†
••••
Bl Urban II
1088–99†
••••
Paschal II
1099–1118†
••••
Theodoric
1100–01; †1102
••••
Albert
1101
••••
Sylvester IV
1105–11; †1111
••••
Gelasius II
1119†
••••
Gregory VIII
1118–21; †c1140
••••
Callistus II
1119–24†
••••
Celestine II
1124; †1125/26
••••
Honorius II
1124–30†
••••
Innocent II
1130–43†
••••
Anacletus II
1130–38†
••••
Victor IV
1138
••••
Celestine II
1143–44†
••••
Lucius II
1144–45†
••••
Bl Eugene III
1145–53†
••••
Anastasius IV
1153–54†
••••
Adrian IV
1154–59†
••••
Alexander III
1159–81†
••••
Victor IV
1159–64†
••••
Paschal III
1164–68†
••••
Callixtus III
1168–78; †1180/84
••••
Innocent III
1179–80
••••
Lucius III
1181–85†
••••
Urban III
1185–87†
••••
Gregory VIII
1187†
••••
Clement III
1187–91†
••••
Celestine III
1191–98†
••••
Innocent III
1198–1216†
••••
Honorius III
1216–27†
••••
Gregory IX
1227–41†
••••
Celestine IV
1241†
••••
Innocent IV
1243–54†
••••
Alexander IV
1254–61†
••••
Urban IV
1261–64†
••••
Clement IV
1265–68†
••••
Bl Gregory X
1272–76†
••••
Bl Innocent V
1276†
••••
Adrian V
1276†
••••
John XXI
1276–77†
••••
Nicholas III
1277–80†
••••
Martin IV
1281–85†
••••
Honorius IV
1285–87†
••••
Nicholas IV
1288–92†
••••
St Celestine V
1294; †1296
••••
Boniface VIII
1295–1303†
••••
Bl Benedict XI
1303–04†
••••
Clement V
1305–14†
••••
John XXII
1316–34†
••••
Nicholas V
1328–30; †1333
••••
Benedict XII
1335–42†
••••
Clement VI
1342–52†
••••
Innocent VI
1352–62†
••••
Bl Urban V
1362–70†
••••
Gregory XI
1371–78†
••••
Urban VI
1378–89†
••••
Clement VII
1378–94†
••••
Boniface IX
1389–1404†
••••
Benedict XIII
1394–1417†
••••
Innocent VII
1404–06†
••••
Gregory XII
1406–15 res; †1417
••••
Alexander V
1409–10†
••••
John XXIII
1410–15; †1419
••••
Martin V
1417–31†
••••
Eugene IV
1431–47†
••••
Felix V (Amadeus VIII of Savoy, 1st D of Savoy)
1439–49 abd; †1451   
Savoy (254)
Nicholas V
1447–55†
••••
Callixtus III
1455–58†
••••
Pius II
1458–64†
••••
Paul II
1464–71†
••••
Sixtus IV
1471–84†
••••
Innocent VIII
1484–92†
••••
Alexander VI
1492–1503†
••••
Pius III
1503†
••••
Julius II
1503–13†
••••
Leo X
1513–21†
••••
Adrian VI
1522–23†
••••
Clement VII
1523–34†
••••
Paul III
1534–49†
••••
Julius III
1550–55†
••••
Marcellus II
1555†
••••
Paul IV
1555–59†
••••
Pius IV
1559–65†
••••
St Pius V
1566–72†
••••
Gregory XIII
1572–85†
••••
Sixtus V
1585–90†
••••
Urban VII
1590†
••••
Gregory XIV
1590–91†
••••
Innocent IX
1591†
••••
Clement VIII 
1592–05†
••••
Leo XI
1605†
••••
Paul V
1605–21†
••••
Gregory XV 
1621–23†
••••
Urban VIII
1623–44†
••••
Innocent X 
1644–55†
••••
Alexander VII
1655–67†
••••
Clement IX
1667–69†
••••
Clement X
1670–76†
••••
Bl Innocent XI
1676–89†
••••
Alexander VIII 
1689–91†
••••
Innocent XII
1691–1700†
••••
Clement XI
1700–21†
••••
Innocent XIII
1721–24†
••••
Benedict XIII
1724–30†
••••
Clement XII
1730–40†
••••
Benedict XIV
1740–58†
••••
Clement XIII
1758–69†
••••
Clement XIV
1769–74†
••••
Pius VI
1775–99†
••••
Pius VII
1800–23†
••••
1823–29†
della Genga (3490)
Pius VIII
1829–30†
••••
Gregory XVI
1831–46†
••••
Bl Pius IX
1846–78†
••••
Leo XIII
1878–1903†
••••
St Pius X
1903–14†
••••
Benedict XV
1914–22†
••••
Pius XI
1922–39†
••••
Pius XII
1939–58†
••••
John XXIII
1958–63†
••••
Paul VI
1963–78†
••••
John Paul I
1978†
••••
John Paul II
1978–2005†
••••
Benedict XVI
2005–13 res
••••
Francis
2013–
••••
Bishops of the Suburbicarian Sees
Albano, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
Established 4th century
Enrico Filangeri (admin)
1253; †1258
••••
Frascati, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
Established 3rd century
Luigi Liverzani
1962–89; †1995
••••
Ostia, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
Established 3rd century
To United Suburbicarian See of Ostia-Velletri 1150
►Return to status of Suburbicarian See of Ostia 1914
Ostia-Velletri, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
►Established with union of Suburbicarian See of Ostia and Diocese of Velletri 1150
Antonio de Franci (auxiliary; emeritus)
1837–52 res; †1855
••••
Ostia and Velletri separated, return to their previous statuses 1914
Palestrina, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
Established 4th century
Eleonoro Aronne (auxiliary)
1842–46; †1887
••••
Porto-Santa Rufina, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
►Established with union of Diocese of Porto and Diocese of Santa Rufina 1119
Name changed to Suburbicarian See of Porto-Santa Rufina 1986
Sabina-Poggio Mirteto, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
►Established with union of Diocese of Sabina-Farfa and Diocese of Poggio Mirteto 1925
Name changed to Suburbicarian See of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto 1986
Velletri-Segni, Bishops of Suburbicarian See of
►Established with union of Diocese of Velletri and Diocese of Segni 1981
Name changed to Suburbicarian See of Velletri-Segni 1986
Cardinal's Titular Church
Cardinal-Bishops
Albano, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established 4th century
Gregorio
963–85†
••••
Matthias Lang von Wellenburg
1535–40†
Lang (2593)
Frascati, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established 3rd century
Ostia, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established 3rd century
To Cardinal's Titular Church of Ostia-Velletri 1150–1914
Return to status of Cardinal's Titular Church of Ostia 1914
Ostia-Velletri, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established with union of Cardinal's Titular Church of Ostia and Diocese of Velletri 1150
1446–53 †
Cervantes (3376)
Ostia and Velletri separated, return to their previous statuses 1914
Palestrina, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established 4th century
Kuno von Urach
1108–22†
••••
Porto, Cardinal-Bishops of
►Cardinal's Titular Church of Porto erected 3rd century
To Cardinal's Titular Church of Porto and Santa Rufina 1119
Porto-Santa Rufina, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established with union of Cardinal's Titular Church of Porto and Diocese of Santa Rufina 1119
Name changed to Cardinal's Titular Church of Porto-Santa Rufina 1986
Sabina, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established 5th century
1449–51†
Savoy (254)
►To Cardinal's Titular Church of Sabina and Porto Mirteto 1925
Sabina-Poggio Mirteto, Cardinal-Bishops of
►Established with union of Cardinal's Titular Church of Sabina and Diocese of Poggio Mirteto 1925
►Name changed to Sabina-Poggio Mirteto 1986
Velletri, Cardinal-Bishops of
Established from separation of Titular Church of Ostia-Velletri 1914
To Suburbicarian See of Velletri and Segni 1981
Velletri-Segni, Cardinal-Bishops of
Union of Diocese of Velletri and Diocese of Segni - Suburbicarian See of Velletri and Segni 1981
Name changed to Suburbicarian See of Velletri-Segni 1986
Cardinal-Bishops (without titular churches)
Emmanuel III Delly
2007–14†
••••
Louis Raphael I Sako
2018–; *1948
••••
Cardinal-Priests
San Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane, Cardinal-Priests of
Giacomo Simonetta
1535–37; †1539
Simonetta (5499)
Lodovico Simonetta
1561–66; †1568
Simonetta (5499)
►Suppressed 1587
San Giovanni a Porta Latina, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 1517
1530–34†
Gramont (1980)
San Lorenzo in Lucina, Cardinal-Priests of
1783–84†
Savoy (254)
San Matteo in Merulana, Cardinal-Priests of
1670–72†
Mancini (475)
San Pietro in Vincoli, Cardinal-Priests of
1426–46; †1453
Cervantes (3376)
San Sisto, Cardinal-Priests of
1747–58; †1784
Savoy (254)
Sant'Anastasia, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 499
Lodovico Simonetta
1566–68†
Simonetta (5499)
1758–63; †1784
Savoy (254)
Santa Cecilia, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 5th century
Thomas Wolsey
1515–30†
Wolsey (3536)
1530–34†
Gramont (1980)
Sant'Angelo in Pescheria, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 755
Matthias Lang von Wellenburg
1519–35; †1540
Lang (2593)
Sant'Apollinare, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 1517
Giacomo Simonetta
1537–39†
Simonetta (5499)
►Suppressed 1587
Santa Prassede, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 112
1763-83; †1784
Savoy (254)
Santa Pudenziana, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 112
Jules-Geraud Saliege
1946–56†
••••
Santi Silvestro e Martino ai Monti, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 314
1712–13†
Tomasi di Lampedusa (504)
Santi Cosma e Damiano, Cardinal-Priests of
Established 780
1747; †1784
Savoy (254)
Cardinal-Deacons
Sant'Angelo in Pescheria, Cardinal-Deacons of
Established 755
Matthias Lang von Wellenburg
1514–19; †1540
Lang (2593)
Santa Maria in Via Lata, Cardinal-Deacons of
1626–42 res ; †1657    
Savoy (254)
Santa Maria Nuova, Cardinal-Deacons of
Established 600
1621; †1657    
Savoy (254)
Suppressed 1661
Restored 1887
Sant'Eustachio, Cardinal-Deacons of
Established 600
1621–26; †1657    
Savoy (254)
Santi Vito, Modesto e Crescenzia, Cardinal-Deacons of
1660–70; †1672
Mancini (475)
Count Palatine (Comes palatinus lateranus)

Notes

Anti-popes are in italics.


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