Information about Pope Innocent VII

Pope Innocent VII (1339 - 6 November 1406)

Pope Innocent VII (Latin: Innocentius VII), born Cosimo de' Migliorati, was Pope from 17 October 1404 to his death in 1406.

He was pope during the period of the Western Schism (1378–1417) while there was the rival Antipope Benedict XIII at Avignon. He died so suddenly at Rome on 6 November 1406 that there were rumors of foul play, which have been denied ever since: there is no evidence that he did not die of natural causes. His successor was Pope Gregory XII.

Pope Innocent VII reigned in...
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Papa Innocentius Septimus (Pope Innocent VII) Flag of Holy See Holy See 17 October 1404 6 November 1406
Papa Innocentius Septimus (Pope Innocent VII) Flag of Papal States Papal States 17 October 1404 6 November 1406
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