1. Robert of Geneva (ca. 134294); antipope 137894 (see Babylonian Captivity, 2; Schism, 8).
2. Giulio de' Medici (14781534). Nephew of Lorenzo the Magnificent and cousin of Leo X (see Popes, 20); b. Florence, It.; cardinal 1513; pope 152334; taken prisoner 1527 when Rome was sacked by imperial troops; released; returned to Rome 1528; made peace with Charles V; refused to sanction divorce of Henry* VIII from Catherine of Aragon. See also Holy Leagues and Alliances, 5; Medici, 2.
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