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Boniface VIII, Pope, -1303

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Personal name headingBoniface VIII, Pope, -1303
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Variant(s)Boniface VIII, Pope, d. 1303
Bonifacio VIII, Pope, -1303
Bonifacius VIII, Pope, d. 1303
Bonifatius VIII, Pope, -1303
Bonifaz VIII, Pope, -1303
Bonifazio VIII, Pope, -1303
Bonifacius Octavus, -1303
Bonifacius, VIII, Pope, -1303
Gaetani, Benedetto, -1303
Gaetano, Benedetto, -1303
Caetani, Benedetto, -1303
See alsoCatholic Church. Pope (1294-1303 : Boniface VIII)
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Associated countryItaly
LocatedRome (Italy) Anagni (Italy) Bologna (Italy)
Birth date1235~
Death date1303-10-11
Place of birthAnagni (Italy)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Field of activityCanon law
Profession or occupationPopes Clergy Lawyers
Found inNiemeier, A. Untersuchungen über die Beziehungen Albrechts I. zu Bonifaz VIII., 1965: t.p. (Bonifaz VIII)
Catholic Church. Pope (1294-1303 : Boniface VIII). Sexti libri materia cum capitulo[rum] numero, anno ab incarnatione Domini Mcccccxj die vero xx mensis Noue[mbris, 1511 : fol. CCLXXV (Vita Bonifacij Octaui)
Brundage, James A. Medieval canon law, 1995 : p. 208 (Benedetto Gaetani, Pope Boniface VIII; ca. 1235-1303; born at Anagni; studied canon law at Bologna then entered the papal curia; named a cardinal in 1281; elected pope in 1294; early in pontificate, he appointed a commission to prepare a new official collection of decretals issued since the Decretales, the Liber sextus decretalium; died in Rome on 11 October 1303 shortly after being kidnapped and imprisoned at the behest of Philip IV of France).
Wikipedia, viewed 20 September 2022: (Pope Boniface VIII; also Bonifatius PP. VIII; born Benedetto Caetani, c. 1230-11 October 1303)
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