Christophorus, Pope

Christophorus, Pope (Nov., 903, to June, 904), deposed his predecessor Leo V, and imprisoned him; but was, in his turn, soon driven from power by a revolt of the Romans, led by the monster Sergius (q.v.), and forced to retire into a convent, where, in June, 904, he met with a wretched death. Some Roman Catholic writers count him not among the regular popes, but among the anti-popes.

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