Amadeus, or Pope Felix V

Amadeus, or Pope Felix V

is also reckoned among the antipopes by Roman writers; but, having been elected in the Council of Basle, lawfully assembled, in which Eugenius IV had been previously deposed, he cannot justly be regarded in that light. Felix renounced the pontificate in 1449.

See Dialogus de Diversarum Religionum Origine; Mar-. tene, Vet. Script. Coll. 6:87. SEE POPE.

 
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