Anastasius IV

Anastasius IV

Cardinal Conrad, bishop of Sabina, was elected pope in 1153, after the death of Eugenius III. Rome was then in a very disturbed state, owing to the movements of Arnold of Brescia and his followers. Anastasius died in 1154, and was succeeded by Adrian IV. He wrote a work on the Trinity.

 
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