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Martin of Tours. Martin in Tours , France. Of the Sabella Savelli family, arms were a rose carried by lions. Honorius IV's coat of arms was emblazoned with two lions supporting a rose. A Picene by nation, of Asculum Ascoli. Called Peter de Morrone, a hermit. Prior to his election, Celestine V was a hermit eremita , literally a dweller in the eremus , or desert. Boniface VIII — Previously called Benedict, of Gaeta , whose arms were waves.
Boniface VIII's coat of arms had a wave through it. Also a play on words, referring to the pope's Christian name, "Benedetto". Who was called Brother Nicholas, of the order of Preachers. O'Brien notes, "Everything leads us to suspect that the author and interpreter of the prophecy is one and the same person.
The pretended interpreter who knew that Patare was the birthplace of St. Nicholas forgot that others may not be aware of the fact, and that therefore the explanation would be thrown away on them. An Aquitanian by birth, whose arms were fesses. His coat of arms displays three horizontal bars, known in heraldry as fesses. A Frenchman, of the Ossa family, son of a cobbler. The popular legend that his father was a cobbler is dubious.
Antipapa Minorita. Nicholas V , Antipope — The motto is a play on words, referring to Pietro di Corvaro's last name. Abbot of the monastery of the cold spring. Benedict XII was an abbot in the monastery of Fontfroide "cold spring".
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Bishop of Arras, whose arms were roses. Cardinalis SS. Wion and Panvinio describe his arms as depicting six mountains, though other sources do not. Apostolic nuncio to the Viscounts of Milan.
Urban V was French. Clement VII , Antipope — Mary in Cosmedin. Antipope, who was a canon of Barcelona. The Neapolitan Prignano, born in a place which is called Inferno. Of the Tomacelli family, born in Genoa in Liguria, whose arms were cubes. Boniface IX's coat of arms includes a bend checky — a wide stripe with a checkerboard pattern. Called Cosmato dei Migliorati of Sulmo , whose arms were a star. There is a shooting star on his coat of arms. A Venetian, commendatary of the church of Negroponte.
Alexander V , Antipope — A Greek, Archbishop of Milan, whose arms were a sun. Alexander V's coat of arms featured a sun, the wavy rays may explain the reference to a whip. Diaconus Cardinalis S. Cardinal Deacon of St. Eustace, who is depicted with a stag; legate of Bologna, a Neapolitan. Eustachius , whose emblem is a stag, and was originally from Naples, which has the emblem of the siren. Georgii ad uelum aureum. Of the Colonna family, Cardinal Deacon of St. George at the golden curtain.
A Venetian, formerly a regular Celestine canon, and Bishop of Siena. Eugene IV belonged to the order of the Celestines and was the Bishop of Siena which bears a she-wolf on its arms. Felix V , Antipope — Who was called Amadeus, Duke of Savoy, arms were a cross. The motto is a reference to Felix V's given name, Amadeus, and arms, which featured the cross of Savoy. A Lunese of Sarzana, born to humble parents. Nicholas V was born in the diocese of Luni , the ancient name of which was Luna.
Callixtus III — A Spaniard, whose arms were a pasturing ox. Callixtus III was born in Spain and his coat of arms featured an ox. A Sienese, who was secretary to Cardinals Capranicus and Albergatus.
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A Venetian, who was commendatary of the church of Cervia, and Cardinal of the title of St. The motto refers to his Bishopric of Cervia punning on cervus , "a stag" and his Cardinal title of St. Mark symbolized by a winged lion. Son of a fisherman, Franciscan.
Sixtus IV was born the son of a fisherman and a member of the Franciscans , also known as "Minorites" which was founded in , after Malachy's death. Innocent VIII — Who was called John Baptist, and lived in the court of Alfonso, king of Sicily. Cardinal Bishop of Albano and Porto, whose arms were a bull. In , he was made a Cardinal and he held the titles of Cardinal Bishop of Albano and Porto , and his arms featured an ox.
A Sienese, of the Piccolomini family. Pius III's family name was Piccolomini, from piccolo "small" and uomo "man". A Genoese, his arms were an oak, Jupiter's tree. On Julius II's arms was an oak tree, which was sacred to Jupiter. Son of Lorenzo de' Medici, and student of Angelo Poliziano. Leo X's educator and mentor was Angelo Poliziano. Lawrence, who was martyred on a gridiron.
Son of Florentius, his arms were a lion. Adrian VI's coat of arms had two lions on it, and his name is sometimes given as Adrian Florens, or other variants, from his father's first name Florens Florentius. Flower of the sick man's pill .
A Florentine of the Medicean house, his arms were pill-balls and lilies. The Medici coat of arms was emblazoned with six medical balls. One of these balls, the largest of the six, was emblazoned with the Florentine lily. Farnese, who bore lilies for arms, and was Cardinal of Saints Cosmas and Damian. According to some sources, Paul III's coat of arms were charged with hyacinths, and he was cardinal of Saints Cosmas and Damian, both doctors. Formerly called Giovanni Maria of the Mountain de Monte His coat of arms showed mountains and laurel crowns chaplets.
Whose arms were a stag and grain; 'trifling', because he lived only a short time as pope. His coat of arms showed a stag and ears of wheat. Formerly called John Peter Caraffa. Paul IV is said to have used his second Christian name Pietro. Formerly called Giovanni Angelo Medici. The motto is likely a simple allusion to Pius IV's family name.