Clement VII

Clement VII

Anti-pope at Avignon (Robert of Geneva), with whom the great papal schism commenced, took this title on his election in 1378. He resided at Avignon, was acknowledged at once in Naples and France, and at a later period by Scotland, Savoy, and Lorraine, as well as by Castile, Aragon, and Navarre. He died without reputation in 1394. — Neander, Church Hist. v. 475, 565, 164, 232; Gieseler, Ch. Hist. per. 3. div. 6, ch. 1, § 101; Hase, p. 275. SEE AVIGNON; SEE URBAN VI.

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