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Encyclopedia > Boniface V

Boniface V (died October 25, 625) was pope from 619 to 625.

He was consecrated as pope on December 23, 619. He did much for the Christianizing of England and enacted the decree by which churches became places of refuge for criminals.

Preceded by:
Adeodatus I
Succeeded by:
Honorius I

from the 9th edition (1880s) of an unnamed encyclopedia

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Boniface V (died October 25, 625) was pope from 619 to 625.
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Boniface now withdrew from Rome to Orvieto, where, on the 4th of September, 1297, he declared war and entrusted the command of the pontifical troops to Landolfo Colonna, a brother of Jacopo.
Isarnus, Archpriest of Carcassonne, was commissioned (1295) by Boniface to threaten the king with spiritual penalties, unless the archbishop were freed, pending the investigation of the matter at Rome, whither the king was invited to send representatives.
A portrait of Boniface by Giotto is still to be seen in St. John Lateran; in our own day M. Müntz has restored the original concept, and in it is seen the noble balcony of Cassetta, whence, during the jubilee, the pontiff was wont to bestow upon the vast multitude the blessing of Christ's vicar.
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