The Book of the Popes (Liber Pontificalis)

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Louise Ropes Loomis
Arx Publishing, LLC, 2006 - Biography & Autobiography - 169 pages
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Originally published: New York: Columbia University Press, 1916.
 

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Contents

XXXVI Julius I 337352
73
XXXVII Liberius 352366
75
XXXVIII Felix II 355358
78
XXXLX Damasus 366384
79
XL Siricius 384399
83
XLI Anastasius I 399401
85
XLII Innocent I 401417
86
XLIII Zosimus 417418
88

XI Pius I
14
XII Anicetus
15
XIII Soter
16
XV Victor
17
XVI Zephyrinus
19
XVII Callistus I
20
XVIII Urbanus I
21
XIX Pontianus 230235
22
XX Anteros 235236
23
XXI Fabianus 236250
24
XXII Cornelius 251253
25
XXIII Lucius 253254
28
XXIV Stephen I 254257
29
XXV Xystus II 257258
30
XXVI Dionysius 259268
32
XXVII Felix I 269274
33
XXIX Gaius 283296
34
XXX Marcellinus 296304
36
XXXI Marcellus 308309
37
XXXII Euserius 309 or 310
39
XXXIII Miltiades 311314
40
XXXIV Sylvester 314335
41
XXXV Marcus 336
72
XLIV Boniface I 418422
89
XLV Celestine I 422432
92
XLVI Xystus III 432440
93
XLVII Leo I 440461
97
XLVIII Hilary 461468
102
XLIX Simplicius 468483
105
L Felix III 483492
107
LI Gelasius 492496
110
LII Anastasius II 496498
114
LIII Symmachus 498514
115
LIV Hormisdas 514523
124
LV John I 523526
131
LVI Felix IV 526530
138
LVII Boniface II 530532
140
LVIII John II 533535
142
LIX Agapitus 535536
143
LX Silverius 536537
146
LXI Vigilius 537555
153
LXII Pelagius I 556561
160
LXIII John III 561574
163
LXIV Benedict I 575579
166
LXV Pelagius II 579590
167
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Page 13 - The night mass at Christmas is still a feature of the Roman ritual. The author of the Lib. Pont, is the earliest writer to allude to it. It can hardly have been instituted before the date of the Nativity was fixed during the fourth century.
Page 3 - harge the appointing of such persons as may determine such ecclesiastical causes as may arise ; that thou thyself mayest not be taken up with worldly cares, but mayest apply thy whole studies only to prayer, and preaching to the people.

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