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Pope Innocent III. Caleb Kaczinski. Info. AKA: Lotario de’ Conti Born: 1160 Birthplace: Anagni, Italy Died: June 16, 1216 Death place: Perugia, Italy Father: Count Trasimund of Segni Mother: Claricia Executive Summary: Pope, lead 2 crusades . Becoming Pope.

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pope innocent iii

Pope Innocent III

Caleb Kaczinski

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Info
  • AKA: Lotario de’ Conti
  • Born: 1160
  • Birthplace: Anagni, Italy
  • Died: June 16, 1216
  • Death place: Perugia, Italy
  • Father: Count Trasimund of Segni
  • Mother: Claricia
  • Executive Summary: Pope, lead 2 crusades
becoming pope
Becoming Pope
  • He was canon of St. Peter's
  • He was made subdeacon of the Roman Church by Pope Gregory VIII
  • In 1190 his uncle, Pope Clement III, created him cardinal-deacon of Santi Sergio e Baccho.
  •  On the 8th of January 1198 Celestine III died and on the same day Lotario was unanimously elected pope by the assembled cardinals. 
  • He was 37 years old.
popely actions
Popely Actions
  • Innocent proclaimed the same indulgences for a crusade to Livonia as the Holy Land. The result was the "conversion" of the Livonians and the Letts by the crusaders headed by the knights of the Teutonic Order.
  • Another crusade was proclaimed by Innocent in 1207 against the Albigenses. 
sources
Sources
  • http://www.nndb.com/people/536/000092260/