Alexander Pope (disambiguation)

Alexander Pope (1688–1744) was an English poet.

Alexander Pope may also refer to:

  • Alexander Pope (actor) (1763–1835), Irish actor
  • Alexander Pope, Jr. (1849–1924), American sporting artist
  • Alexander Pope (Texas politician), see Twentieth Texas Legislature and Twenty-first Texas Legislature

Other articles related to "pope, popes":

Pope Sergius III - Early Career
... He was ordained as a subdeacon by PopeMarinus I, followed by his being raised to the deaconate by PopeStephen V ... During the pontificate of PopeFormosus (891–896), he was a member of the party of nobles who supported the Emperor Lambert, who was the opponent of Formosus and the popes preferred imperial candidate ... of Roman nobility led by his father Benedictus, attempted to have himself elected pope contrary to the wishes of the emperor Lambert, who was also duke of Spoleto ...
Lengths of Papal Reign - Shortest-reigning Popes
... Conversely, there have been a number of popeswhose reign lasted less than a month ... Thus, for example, if a popes reign commenced on 1 August and he died on 2 August, this would count as having reigned for two calendar days ... He is not recognized as a valid pope but was added to the lists of popesin the 15th century as Stephen II, causing difficulties in enumerating later popesnamed Stephen ...
1059 - Events
... January 24 – PopeNicholas II succeeds PopeStephen IX as the 155th Pope installed in opposition to Antipope Benedict X ... August – Robert Guiscard signs the Treaty of Melfi with PopeNicholas II ... the sole voters in the election of popes ...
1198 - Events - By Topic - Religion
... January 8 – Pope Innocent III succeeds Pope Celestine III as the 176th pope ... He immediately lays an interdict on Laon in an attempt to stamp out independent beliefs there ...
Pope Stephen IX
... PopeStephen IX (c. 1020 – 29 March 1058) was Popefrom 3 August 1057 to 29 March 1058 ... Frederick, who had been raised to the cardinalate by PopeLeo IX, for some time discharged the function of papal legate at Constantinople ...

Famous quotes containing the word pope:

    On her white breast a sparkling cross she wore,
    Which Jews might kiss, and infidels adore.
    —Alexander Pope (1688–1744)