Information about Pope Innocent V

Pope Innocent V (1225 - 22 June 1276)

Pope Innocent V (Latin: Innocentius V), born Pierre de Tarentaise, was pope from 21 January to 22 June 1276. He was a member of the Order of Preachers and was a close collaborator of Pope Gregory X during his pontificate. He was beatified in 1898 by Pope Leo XIII.

Pope Innocent V died at Rome on 22 June 1276, after a reign of five months and one (or two) days. He was buried in the Lateran Basilica, in a magnificent tomb built by King Charles. Unfortunately, the tomb was destroyed by the two fourteenth century fires at the Basilica, in 1307 and 1361.

Pope Innocent V reigned in...
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Papa Innocentius Quintus (Pope Innocent V) Flag of Holy See Holy See 21 January 1276 22 June 1276
Papa Innocentius Quintus (Pope Innocent V) Flag of Papal States Papal States 21 January 1276 22 June 1276
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