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College of Cardinals
Type Electoral body
Legal status active
Purpose/focus Choosing a new pope
Headquarters St Peter's Basilica
Location Rome
Official languages Latin
Parent organization Catholic Church

The College of Cardinals is the collection of cardinals within the Roman Catholic Church. Each cardinal is appointed by the pope and represents the upper echelon of the Catholic Church. The College is responsible for selecting the next pope whenever the incumbent dies or decides to abdicate. 

Conclaves

1303 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Giovanni Boccamazza 1285, December 22 Papal States 8
Nicola Boccasini 1298, December 4 Treviso
Teodorico Ranieri 1298, December 4 Papal States X
Leonardo Patrasso 1300, March 2 Papal States X
Pedro Rodríguez 1302, December 15 Castille
Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle 1302, December 15 Papal States X
Niccolò Alberti 1303, December 18 Florence
Robert de Pontigny 1294, September 18 France
Gentile Partino 1300, March 2 Papal States X
Walter Winterburn - England
Napoleone Orsini Frangipani 1288, May 16 Papal States X
Landolfo Brancaccio 1294, September 18 Naples 2
Guglielmo de Longhi 1294, September 18 Naples X
Francesco Caetani 1295, December 17 Papal States X
Luc Fieschi 1300, March 2 Genoa X

Votes

Cast votes here per Cardinal.

Papal cardinals cast their vote for Cardinal Giovanni Boccamazza.

The Neapolitan Cardinals cast their vote for Landolfo Brancaccio.

To avoid conflict with Holy See, the Genoese cardinal voted for Giovanni Boccamazza.

Habemus papam! Giovanni Boccamazza is elected pope and takes the papal name Callixtus III.

1306 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Teodorico Ranieri 1298 Papal States X
Leonardo Patrasso 1300 Papal States X
Pedro Rodríguez 1302 Castille
Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle 1302 Papal States 11
Niccolò Alberti 1303 Florence X
Gentile Partino 1300 Papal States X
Napoleone Orsini Frangipani 1288 Papal States X
Landolfo Brancaccio 1294 Naples
Guglielmo de Longhi 1294 Albania X
Francesco Caetani 1295 Papal States X
Luc Fieschi 1300 Genoa X
Jean Lemoine 1294 France
Giacomo Gaetani Stefaneschi 1295 Papal States X
Riccardo Petroni 1298 Siena
Jan Muskata of Krakow 1305 Bohemia X
John of Patras 1305 Achaea X

Votes

NOTE: The candidate requires 11 votes to be elected Pope. If no one has that many the vote starts again. The Roman cardinals cast their votes for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle (except for Giovanni Minio da Morrovale, who cannot vote for himself).

The Albanian Cardinal votes for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle.

The Genoa Cardinal vote for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle.

John of Patras votes for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle.

Jan Muskata votes for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle

(Per the mod response), Niccolò Alberti of Florence casts his vote for Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle.

Habemus papam! Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle is elected Pope and takes the name of Pope John XXI, renumbering the previous John XXI as John XX to fix the papal numbering error.

1327 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Francesco Bellinari 1312 Milan X
Heinrich II von Virneburg 1314 Cologne 1
Jens Grand 1314 Riga X
Nicholas of Thebes 1318 Latin Empire X
Giacomo Albertini 1318 Venice X
Angelo Tignosi 1318 Papal States 1
Walter Reynolds 1320 England
Jan IV z Dražic 1320 Bohemia-Poland
Alessandro Guidi 1320 Papal States 7
Gonçalo Pereira 1320 Portugal
Nankier Kołda 1321 Bohemia-Poland
Henry IV of Aspremont 1321 Verdun
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Nicholas Dörögdi 1324 Hungary X
Omar Candella Carrera 1326 Aragon X
Matteo Orsini 1326 Papal States X

Votes

Loren Velásquez nominates and votes for Heinrich II von Virneburg, explaining to the other cardinals that with the current instability in the HRE and Gregory XI having been a archbishop-elector he thinks another archbishop-elector would be a good choice to continue Gregory XI's reforms with regards to the HRE.

Giacomo Albertini votes for Angelo Tignosi, stating that the Mediterranean is in great upheaval right now, and a Pope from the region could help solving these problems.

The Papal States cardinals votes for Alessandro Guidi (except Alessandro, since he can't vote for himself). They do this due to the work of Guidi as Cardinal Secretary of pope Gregory XI.

Nicholas Dörögdi votes for Alessandro Guidi, due to him being the most experienced and the most stable candidate for the church at the time.

Jens Grand votes for Alessandro Guidi, due to work in charitable services alongside Gregory XI to help the poor.

Francesco Bellinari votes for Allesandro Guidi, due to his experience with Gregory and what they provided to the poor people of Corsica.

Omar Carrera Candela votes for Allesandro Guidi due to his humanitarian assistance alongside Gregory and is experience believing he will continue the period of much needed stability of the church.

Nicholas of Thebes casts his vote for Allesandro Guidi.

Habemus papam! Alessandro Guidi is elected Pope and takes the papal name Sixtus IV.

1340 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Angelo Tignosi 1318 Papal States X
Jan IV z Dražic 1320 Bohemia-Poland 10
Gonçalo Pereira 1320 Portugal
Nankier Kołda 1321 Bohemia-Poland X
Henry IV of Aspremont 1321 Verdun
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Nicholas Dörögdi 1324 Hungary 1
Omar Candela Carrera 1326 Aragon X
Matteo Orsini 1326 Papal States X
Pierre Bertrand 1328 France
Benvenuto of Montefeltro 1328 San Marino
Bartholomaeus Bardi 1328 Papal States X
Ari Guðmundsson 1328 Iceland X
Pierre Roger 1329 France
Andrew Corsini 1329 Florence X
Alexander of Bicknor 1331 Ireland X
Ulrich V von Lenzburg 1332 Switzerland X
Friedrich von Pernstein 1332 Riga
Marco Rognosi 1335 Papal States X
Ildebrandino Conti 1335 Venice
Henry of Asti 1335 Latin Empire X
Youhanna VII 1339 Lebanon
Étienne Aubert 1339 France
Giovanni II Visconti 1339 Milan 3

Votes

Ulrich V von Lenzburg nominates and votes for Jan IV z Dražic, citing Dražic's seniority in the College of Cardinals and the fact having a Polish pope would be useful in stabilising that region after its recent internal conflicts. Loren Velásquez seconds the nomination and also votes for Jan IV z Dražic.

Nankier Kolda votes for Jan IV z Drazic.

Andrew Corsini nominates and votes for Giovanni II Visconti, citing the need for a calm headed man of war in these troublesome times, and citing his devotion to the church to the point of declining rulership of Milan in order to focus on his duties as a Cardinal and Arch-Bishop, he alsocites Giovanni's actions in Crimea against the White Horde, as proof of his calm headedness.

Alexander de Bicknor votes for Jan IV z Drazic.

Henry of Asti, Latin Patriarch of Constantinople, votes for Giovanni II Visconti, agreeing with Cardinal Corsini's reasoning and praising Giovanni as a man of integrity.

After discussing about the future pope with Cardinal Pierre Roger, the cardinals of the Papal States decides to vote for Jan IV z Dražic, due to his seniority and as a way to help with the reconstruction of Bohemia-Poland after their civil war.

Right before his last minutes Ari Guðmundsson votes for Nicholas Dörögdi.

Nicholas Dörögdi votes for Jan IV z Dražic having worked with him and finding him to be a true and godly man.

Giovanni II Visconti votes for Drazic having had brief interactions with him during his visits to Bohemia, and considering a true man of God.

Habemus papam! Jan IV z Dražic is elected Pope and takes the papal name Honorius V.

1343 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Angelo Tignosi 1318 Papal States X
Gonçalo Pereira 1320 Portugal
Henry IV of Aspremont 1321 Verdun X
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Nicholas Dörögdi 1324 Hungary 1
Omar Candela Carrera 1326 Aragon
Pierre Bertrand 1328 France
Benvenuto of Montefeltro 1328 San Marino
Bartholomaeus Bardi 1328 Papal States X
Pierre Roger 1329 France 13
Andrew Corsini 1329 Florence X
Alexander of Bicknor 1331 Ireland X
Ulrich V von Lenzburg 1332 Switzerland X
Marco Rognosi 1335 Papal States X
Ildebrandino Conti 1335 Venice
Henry of Asti 1335 Latin Empire X
Youhanna VII 1339 Lebanon
Étienne Aubert 1339 France
Giovanni II Visconti 1339 Milan X
Giovanni Colonna 1341 Papal States X
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States X
Arnošt of Pardubice 1341 Bohemia-Poland
Jan Grot 1341 Bohemia-Poland
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland X
Volrad von dem Dorne 1342 Lübeck
Hemming Nilsson 1342 Sweden X

Votes

Loren Velásquez nominates and votes for Pierre Roger, citing his excellent track record as Cardinal Secretary and head of the Ecclesial Tribunal, with him having made numerous domestic decisions during the pontificate of Honorius V. Ulrich V von Lenzburg seconds the nomination and also votes for Pierre Roger.

After much thinking Ari does like his father and votes for Cardinal Dörögdi.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Pierre Roger, due to his excellent work as Cardinal Secretary and head of the Ecclesial Tribunal.

Henry of Asti, Latin Patriarch of Constantinople, votes for Pierre Roger.

Hemming Nilsson votes for Pierre Roger.

Giovanni II Visconti votes for Pierre Roger, Andrew seconds this decision.

Alexander of Bicknor votes for Roger.

Henry IV of Aspremont votes for Pierre Roger.

Habemus papam! Pierre Roger is elected Pope and takes the papal name Clement V.

1352 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Nicholas Dörögdi 1324 Hungary
Andrew Corsini 1329 Florence
Ulrich V von Lenzburg 1332 Switzerland 10
Ildebrandino Conti 1335 Venice
Youhanna VII 1339 Lebanon 1
Étienne Aubert 1339 France
Giovanni II Visconti 1339 Milan
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States X
Arnošt of Pardubice 1341 Bohemia-Poland
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland X
Volrad von dem Dorne 1342 Lübeck
Niccolò Capoci 1344 Papal States X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France
Gerlach von Nassau 1346 Mainz
Claro Peruzzi 1347 San Marino
Englebert of La Marck 1347 Liege X
Bodzenta of Września 1347 Bohemia-Poland
Francesco Brancaleoni 1347 Papal States X
Philip of Salona 1347 Latin Empire X
Pontius de Péret 1348 Papal States X
Lourenço Rodrigues 1348 Portugal
Seosamh Mac Diarmada 1348 Iceland (Born in Ireland) X
Pietro Dupin 1349 Papal States X
Tomás Mac Cearbhaill 1349 Ireland
Gil Álvarez Carrillo de Albornoz 1351 Hispania
Petrus Torkilsson 1351 Sweden-Norway X

Votes

Loren Velásquez nominates and votes for Ulrich V von Lenzburg, citing his efforts of charity during the Black Death and his pivotal role in the investigation of Nicholas de Besse's corruption.

After much thinking the Icelandic Cardinals both vote of Ulrich for his scholarly actions.

Patriarch Philip of Salona prayerfully casts his vote for Cardinal Ulrich V von Lenzburg.

After consulting with King Magnus, Petrus Torkilsson votes for Cardinal Ulrich V.

The Cardinals of the Papal States votes for Ulrich V von Lenzburg, due to his help during the investigations of Nicholas de Besse's acts of corruption.

Engelbert of La Merck votes for Youhanna VII of Lebanon.

Habemus papam! Ulrich V von Lenzburg is elected Pope and takes the papal name Victor IV.

1355 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Nicholas Dörögdi 1324 Hungary
Andrew Corsini 1329 Florence X
Youhanna VII 1339 Lebanon
Étienne Aubert 1339 France 9
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States X
Arnošt of Pardubice 1341 Bohemia-Poland
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland X
Volrad von dem Dorne 1342 Lübeck
Niccolò Capoci 1344 Papal States X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France
Gerlach von Nassau 1346 Mainz
Claro Peruzzi 1347 San Marino
Englebert of La Marck 1347 Liege X
Bodzenta of Września 1347 Bohemia-Poland 3
Francesco Brancaleoni 1347 Papal States X
Philip of Salona 1347 Latin Empire X
Pontius de Péret 1348 Papal States X
Lourenço Rodrigues 1348 Portugal
Seosamh Mac Diarmada 1348 Iceland X
Pietro Dupin 1349 Papal States X
Tomás Mac Cearbhaill 1349 Ireland X
Gil Álvarez Carrillo de Albornoz 1351 Hispania
Petrus Torkilsson 1351 Sweden-Norway

Votes

Loren Velásquez nominates and votes for Étienne Aubert, citing his excellent work as head of the Ecclesial Tribunal, including in the investigation of Nicholas de Besse's corruption alongside Pope Victor IV.

The Cardinals of Iceland both agree to vote for Bodzenta.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Cardinal Étienne Aubert, due to his work as head of the Ecclesial Tribunal and for discovering the corruption of Nicholas de Besse.

Philip of Salona votes for Cardinal Étienne Aubert.

Tomas Mac Cearbhaill votes for Aubert.

Engelbert of La Merck votes for Bodzenta of Września.

Andrew Corsini votes for Aubert due to there cooperation in the investigation of Nicholas de Besse corruption.

Habemus papam! Étienne Aubert is elected Pope and takes the papal name Innocent VI.

1362 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes
Loren Velásquez 1324 Navarre X
Andrew Corsini 1329 Florence 13
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States X
Arnošt of Pardubice 1341 Bohemia X
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland X
Niccolò Capoci 1344 Papal States X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France
Gerlach von Nassau 1346 Mainz
Claro Peruzzi 1347 San Marino
Englebert of La Marck 1347 Liege
Bodzenta of Września 1347 Poland-Lithuania X
Francesco Brancaleoni 1347 Papal States X
Lourenço Rodrigues 1348 Portugal
Seosamh Mac Diarmada 1348 Iceland X
Tomás Mac Cearbhaill 1349 Ireland
Gil Álvarez Carrillo de Albornoz 1351 Hispania
Petrus Torkilsson 1351 Sweden-Norway X
Peter Gelyto 1356 Swiss Confederacy X
Guglielmo II della Pusterla 1356 Padania X
Nicholas Morosini 1356 Venice
Gaspar of Thessalonica 1357 Latin Empire X
Niccolò de’ Vetuli 1360 Papal States X
Johann II von Munsingen 1360 Swiss Confederacy X
Thomas (III) Telegdi 1361 Hungary

Votes

Johann II von Munsingen nominates and votes for Andrew Corsini, citing his seniority in the College, his excellent work as Cardinal-Secretary and before that with the Army of Mercy and his efforts against corruption. Loren Velásquez and Peter Gelyto concur and also vote for Corsini.

Bodzenta of Września votes for Andrew Corsini (I no longer control Arnost since the union with Bohemia is over).

The Cardinals of the Papal States votes for Cardinal Andrew Corsini, due to his important role discovering the crimes of Nicholas de Besse and his work as Cardinal-Secretary of Innocent VI and head of the Army of Mercy. They also think that Corsini is the best candidate due to his title of "Apostle of Florence".

The Cardinal Guglieolmo II della Pusterla of Padania votes for Andrew Corsini due to his work alongside him during the civil war as well as his effort in discovering the crimes of Nicholas de Besse.

Latin Patriarch of Constantinople Gaspar of Thessalonica casts his vote for Andrew Corsini - recognizing the popular support among the curia for him.

Petrus Torkilsson of Uppsala votes for Andrew Corsini.

The cardinals of Iceland vote for Andrew Corsini.

Habemus papam! Andrew Corsini is elected Pope and takes the papal name Nicholas V.

1374 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States 3 X
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland 13 X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France X
Claro Peruzzi 1347 San Marino X
Seosamh Mac Diarmada 1348 Iceland X
Gaspar of Thessalonica 1357 Latin Empire X
Niccolò de’ Vetuli 1360 Papal States X
Thomas (III) Telegdi 1361 Hungary X
Walter Wardlaw 1363 Scotland X
Sveinn Patriksson 1363 Iceland X
Andrea della Torre 1364 Padania X
John of Arkel 1364 Liege 1 X
Guichard Tavelli 1365 Swiss Confederacy X
John V of Dampierre-St. Dizier 1366 Verdun X
Florian of Mokrsko 1366 Poland-Lithuania X
Gome Manrique 1367 Hispania X
Robert of Geneva 1367 France X
Birger Gregersson 1367 Sweden X
Frederick Capet 1367 Swiss Confederacy 8 X
Niccolò Vanni 1368 Papal States X
William Whittlesey 1369 England X
Simon da Borsano 1370 Padania X
Lluis Urrutia 1371 Western Church X
Ugone Guidardi 1372 Papal States X
Anglico de Grimoard 1372 France X

Votes

Lluis Urrutia nominates and votes for Ari Arason, citing his excellent work as Cardinal-Secretary and his seniority in the College of Cardinals. Frederick Capet concurs and also votes for Arason.

Guichard Tavelli, however, argues that as Arason is from an isolated northern island with a distinct culture from continental Europe he is not really suitable to represent all of the peoples of Christendom in Rome and instead nominates and votes for John of Arkel, citing his efforts against corruption in his bishopric.

Walter Wardlaw also concurs with Urrutia and votes for Arason, citing his belief than even the most isolated places are one with Christendom and also points to the hermetic life of various saints and martyrs especially in the early years of Christendom. After all the warm embrace of the Catholic church is open to the entire world.

Robert of Geneva nominates and votes for Frederick Capet on the basis of his piety and dedication to the service of God. The other two French cardinals agree and cast their votes for Frederick.

The Papal States cardinals vote for Ari Arason.

John of Arkel and John V of Dampierre-St. Dizier vote for Frederick Capet.

Whilst are Ari votes for Orsini and encourages the other two to do it Diarmada and Snorri vote for Ari themselves.

With the nobility still remembering the Treaty of Akranes, in which Sweden, at that time under the rule of King Magnus, ceded the Faroes, Shetland, and Orkney to Iceland, Birger Gregersson chooses to vote for Frederick Capet.

The English Cardinal Chooses Ari.

Andrea della Torre and Simon da Borsano vote for Ari Arason.

(Per the mod events) Claro Peruzzi and Gaspar of Thessalonica vote for Rinaldo Orsini and Thomas (III) Telegdi and Florian of Mokrsko vote for Frederick Capet.

This round is inconclusive, the conclave continues for a second round.

1375 Continued Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States X
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France X
Claro Peruzzi 1347 San Marino
Seosamh Mac Diarmada 1348 Iceland X
Gaspar of Thessalonica 1357 Latin Empire
Niccolò de’ Vetuli 1360 Papal States X
Thomas (III) Telegdi 1361 Hungary
Walter Wardlaw 1363 Scotland
Sveinn Patriksson 1363 Iceland X
Andrea della Torre 1364 Padania X
John of Arkel 1364 Liege 17 /
Guichard Tavelli 1365 Swiss Confederacy X
John V of Dampierre-St. Dizier 1366 Verdun X
Florian of Mokrsko 1366 Poland-Lithuania
Gome Manrique 1367 Hispania
Robert of Geneva 1367 France X
Birger Gregersson 1367 Sweden X
Frederick Capet 1367 Swiss Confederacy X
Niccolò Vanni 1368 Papal States X
Simon da Borsano 1370 Padania X
Lluis Urrutia 1371 Western Church X
Ugone Guidardi 1372 Papal States X
Anglico de Grimoard 1372 France X

Votes

Guichard Tavelli again nominates and votes for John of Arkel, now highlighting how Arkel would be good as a compromise candidate neutral to the Anglo-French conflict and also mentioning his good track record of combating corruption in his bishoprics. This time, Lluis Urrutia and Frederick Capet concur and also vote for John of Arkel.

The Papal States cardinals vote for John of Arkel.

Birger Gregersson, after learning about Capet's accidental tennis patricide, casts his vote for John of Arkel.

The French cardinals, wanting to get the conclave over with, vote for John of Arkel.

The Padanian Cardinals, tired of so much drama on many fronts decide to vote for John Van Arkel.

The Icelandic cardinals vote for John of Arkel.

John V of Dampierre-St. Dizier votes for John of Arkel.

Habemus papam! John of Arkel is elected Pope and takes the papal name Sebastian I after having a vision about two people named Sebastian and Adrian functioning as religious leaders for the Low Countries.

1378 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Rinaldo Orsini 1341 Papal States 1 X
Ari Arason 1341 Iceland 6 X
Pierre de Beaufort 1344 France X
Gaspar of Thessalonica 1357 Latin Empire
Niccolò de’ Vetuli 1360 Papal States X
Walter Wardlaw 1363 Scotland X
Sveinn Patriksson 1363 Iceland X
Florian of Mokrsko 1366 Poland-Lithuania
Robert of Geneva 1367 France 11
Birger Gregersson 1367 Sweden X
Frederick Capet 1367 Swiss Confederacy X
Niccolò Vanni 1368 Papal States X
Simon da Borsano 1370 Padania
Lluis Urrutia 1371 Western Church X
Ugone Guidardi 1372 Papal States X
Anglico de Grimoard 1372 France X
Pedro IV Tenorio 1376 Hispania X
Alexander Neville 1376 England
Bertrand Lagier 1376 France X
Édouard of Savoy 1376 Swiss Confederacy X
Juan Guteritz 1376 Portugal X
János Kanizsai 1377 Hungary
Pedro Martínez de Luna 1377 Hispania X
Daoud II 1377 Maronite Church
Robert Waldby 1377 Ireland X

Votes

Frederick Capet nominates and votes for Robert of Geneva, citing his excellent record as Cardinal General Comissary and his efforts for peace in France. Édouard of Savoy and Lluis Urrutia concur and also vote for Robert of Geneva.

The French cardinals vote for Robert of Geneva, for reasons stated above.

The Papal States cardinals vote for Robert of Geneva.

The Portuguese Cardinal votes for the Icelandic Cardinal.

Birger Gregersson votes for Robert of Geneva.

Cardinal Snorri votes for Ari but Ari votes for Orsini.

Walter Wardlaw once again votes for Ari Arason.

Robert Waldby votes for Ari Arason.

Cardinal Borssini abstains citing his need to be with the people of Padania during these troubled times.

Habemus papam! Robert of Geneva is elected Pope and takes the papal name Clement VI.

1394 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Frederick Capet 1367 Swiss Confederacy X
Lluis Urrutia 1371 Western Church X
Pedro IV Tenorio 1376 Hispania
Édouard of Savoy 1376 Swiss Confederacy X
János Kanizsai 1377 Hungary 2
Pedro Martínez de Luna 1377 Hispania
Daoud II 1377 Maronite Church
Robert Waldby 1377 Ireland X
Andrea Franchi 1379 Florence 13
Leobald of Cousance 1379 Verdun
Antonius de Vetulis 1379 Papal States X
Gerard d'Athies 1384 Burgundy X
Peter Phillarges 1384 Venice
Piotr Wysz  1384 Poland-Lithuania X
Agostino da Lanzano 1384 Papal States X
Jean de La Grange 1389 France X
Guglielmo della Vigna 1389 Papal States X
Donato d'Aquino 1389 Papal States X
Matthew de Glendonwyn 1389 Scotland X
Thomas Arundel 1389 England
Henrik Karlsson 1390 Sweden X
Hilmar Gunnarsson 1391 Celtic Lollard Church X
Paul Palaiologos Tagaris 1392 Latin Empire X

Votes

Lluis Urrutia nominats and votes for Andrea Franchi, citing his actions of caring for the poor and ill of Florence during these trying times in Italy. Frederick Capet and Édouard of Savoy concur and also vote for Franchi.

Matthew de Glendonwyn nominates and votes for János Kanizsai, citing his impeccable record.

The Icelandic Cardinal votes for János.

The Papal States cardinals vote for Andrea Franchi.

Gerard d'Athies, Burgundian Cardinal, casts his vote for Franchi.

Henrik Karlsson concurs with Urrutia's reasoning and votes for Franchi.

Waldby votes for Franchi.

Paul Palaiologos Tagaris votes for Andrea Franchi

Jean de La Grange votes for Andrea Franchi.

Piotr Wysz votes for Andrea Franchi.

Habemus papam! Andrea Franchi is elected Pope and takes the papal name Gregory XII in honour of Pope Gregory XI's efforts to aid the poor of Italy.

1401 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Pedro Martínez de Luna 1377 Hispania
Daoud II 1377 Maronite Church
Leobald of Cousance 1379 Verdun X
Antonius de Vetulis 1379 Papal States 10
Gerard d'Athies 1384 Burgundy
Peter Phillarges 1384 Venice
Piotr Wysz  1384 Poland-Lithuania
Agostino da Lanzano 1384 Papal States X
Jean de La Grange 1389 France 2
Guglielmo della Vigna 1389 Papal States X
Donato d'Aquino 1389 Papal States X
Matthew de Glendonwyn 1389 Scotland X
Thomas Arundel 1389 England X
Henrik Karlsson 1390 Sweden X
Hilmar Gunnarsson 1391 Iceland X
Guillaume IV of Raron 1395 Swiss Confederacy X
John of Bavaria 1395 Liège X
Angelo Correr 1396 Latin Empire
Diego Castro y Echeverría 1398 Western Church X
Werner von Falkenstein 1400 Trier
Olbram ze Škvorce 1400 Bohemia
Kuno von Stoffeln 1400 Swiss Confederacy X
Benedetto di Salnucio 1400 San Marino

Votes

Guillaume IV of Raron nominates and votes for Antonius de Vetulis, citing the usefulness of a neutral Roman pope in these trying political times for Europe and Vetulis is the most senior of that delegation. Diego Castro y Echeverría and Kuno von Stoffeln concur and also vote for de Vetulis.

Leobald of Cousance and John of Bavaria vote for Jean de La Grange.

Guglielmo della Vigna, Donato d'Aquino and Agostino da Lanzano vote for Antonius de Vetulis as a neutral candidate to the papacy. They also considers that de Vetulis is a good candidate due to his seniority.

Patriarch Hilmar votes for Vetulis.

Matthew de Glendonwyn votes for Antonius de Vetulis.

Henrik Karlsson votes for Antonius de Vetulis.

Thomas Arundel votes for Antonius de Vetulis

Habemus papam! Antonius de Vetulis is elected Pope and takes the papal name Sixtus V, in honour of the most recent pontiff to actually hail from the Papal States, Pope Sixtus IV.

1405 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Pedro Martínez de Luna 1377 Hispania
Peter Phillarges 1384 Venice 12
Piotr Wysz  1384 Poland-Lithuania
Agostino da Lanzano 1384 Papal States X
Guglielmo della Vigna 1389 Papal States X
Donato d'Aquino 1389 Papal States X
Matthew de Glendonwyn 1389 Scotland X
Thomas Arundel 1389 England X
Henrik Karlsson 1390 Sweden X
Hilmar Gunnarsson 1391 Iceland X
John of Bavaria 1395 Liège X
Angelo Correr 1396 Latin Empire X
Diego Castro y Echeverría 1398 Western Church X
Werner von Falkenstein 1400 Trier 3
Kuno von Stoffeln 1400 Swiss Confederacy X
Benedetto di Salnucio 1400 San Marino
Simon of Cramaud 1402 France X
Thomas Cranley 1402 Ireland
Humbrecht von Neuenburg 1402 Swiss Confederacy X
Giovanni Migliorati 1402 Papal States X
João Afonso Esteves de Azambuja 1404 Portugal
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
John VI of Saarbrücken 1404 Verdun X

Votes

Diego Castro y Echeverría nominates and votes for Peter Phillarges, citing his excellent track record as General Commissary of the Church and his seniority in the College of Cardinals. Kuno von Stoffeln and Humbrecht von Neuenberg concur and also vote for Phillarges.

John of Bavaria and John VI of Saarbrücken vote for Werner von Falkenstein.

Matthew de Glendonwyn votes for Werner von Falkenstein.

Patriarch Hilmar votes for the Peter.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Peter Phillarges due to his work as General Commissary of the Church.

Thomas Arundel votes for Peter Phillarges

Simon of Cramaud votes for Peter Phillarges.

Henrik Karlsson votes for Peter Phillarges.

Angelo Correr votes for Peter Phillarges

Habemus papam! Peter Phillarges is elected Pope and takes the papal name Alexander V.

1410 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Pedro Martínez de Luna 1377 Hispania 9
Piotr Wysz  1384 Poland-Lithuania
Agostino da Lanzano 1384 Papal States X
Donato d'Aquino 1389 Papal States X
Thomas Arundel 1389 England
Hilmar Gunnarsson 1391 Iceland X
John of Bavaria 1395 Liège X
Angelo Correr 1396 Latin Empire X
Werner von Falkenstein 1400 Trier 3
Kuno von Stoffeln 1400 Swiss Confederacy X
Simon of Cramaud 1402 France
Thomas Cranley 1402 Ireland
Humbrecht von Neuenburg 1402 Swiss Confederacy X
Giovanni Migliorati 1402 Papal States X
João Afonso Esteves de Azambuja 1404 Portugal
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
John VI of Saarbrücken 1404 Verdun X
Markel Mendoza 1406 Western Church X
Pierre Girard 1407 France X
Giovanni Dominici 1407 Papal States X

Votes

Humbrecht von Neuenburg nominates and votes for Pedro Martínez de Luna, citing his excellent track record as Cardinal-Secretary, including his work on investigating and reporting the Marian apparition of Anna Forti, and his seniority in the College of Cardinals. Kuno von Stoffeln and Markel Mendoza concur and also vote for de Luna.

Patriarch Hilmar votes for De Luna.

The cardinals of the Papal States vote for Pedro Martínez de Luna due to his excellent work as Cardinal-Secretary for the last popes. They also choose him due to his report about the Marian apparition at Migliarelli.

Angelo Correr votes for Pedro Martinez de Luna.

John of Bavaria and John VI of Saarbrücken vote for Werner von Falkenstein.

Pierre Girard votes for the Archbishop of Trier.

Habemus papam! Pedro Martínez de Luna is elected Pope and takes the papal name Benedict XI.

1416 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Donato d'Aquino 1389 Papal States X
Angelo Correr 1396 Latin Empire X
Humbrecht von Neuenburg 1402 Swiss Confederacy X
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
Markel Mendoza 1406 Western Church X
Giovanni Dominici 1407 Papal States X
Oddone Colonna 1411 Papal States 13
Sancho III de Rojas 1411 España
Johann II von Nassau 1411 Mainz
Pietro Liberotti 1411 Republic of Ancona X
Johann Slamstorp 1411 Bremen
William de Lauder 1411 Scotland
Guillaume of Challant 1411 Swiss Confederacy X
Martin Gouge De Charpaigne 1412 Auvergne
Niccolò Albergati 1413 Papal States X
Conrad of Vechta 1414 Bohemia
Otto von Lenzburg 1414 Swiss Confederacy X
Jacopo Palladini 1414 Papal States X
Henry Bowet 1414 England
Tommaso Perendoli 1414 Papal States X
Ari IV Arason 1414 Iceland X
Philippe Leonard Seghers 1414 Tripolitania X

Votes

Markel Mendoza nominates and votes for Oddone Colonna, citing his great track record as Cardinal-Secretary, keeping Rome stable during the upheaval of the schism, as well as the fact he hails from the Papal States and is thus a good politically neutral candidate for stabilising the Church. Humbrecht von Neuenburg, Guillaume of Challant and Otto von Lenzburg concur and also vote for Colonna.

Martin Gouge De Charpaigne nominates John Cameron as a compromise candidate between the two, citing his long experience as the Cardinal of Scotland and his neutrality in respires between Southern European countries due too his long distance in Scotland. He encourages his fellow Celtic Cardinals too vote for Cameron, well Cameron himself declines too vote, as he cannot vote for himself.

Philippe Leonard Seghers casts his vote for Cardinal Colonna.

Angelo Correr votes for Oddone Colonna because he thinks a Papal Pope will end the Schism

Ari casts his vote for Cardinal Colonna.

All Papal States cardinals (except Colonna) and Cardinal Pietro Liberotti votes in Oddone Colonna. They see that as a Roman, Oddone will be accepted as a neutral pope. This way being able to restore unity for the Church.

Habemus papam! Oddone Colonna is elected Pope and takes the papal name Martin V.

1431 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
Guillaume of Challant 1411 Swiss Confederacy X
Martin Gouge De Charpaigne 1412 Auvergne X
Niccolò Albergati 1413 Papal States X
Conrad of Vechta 1414 Bohemia
Otto von Lenzburg 1414 Swiss Confederacy 11
Tommaso Perendoli 1414 Papal States X
Ari IV Arason 1414 Iceland X
Philippe Leonard Seghers 1414 Tripolitania X
Jean de la Rochetaillée 1418 Swiss Confederacy X
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège X
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Julian Cesarini 1419 Papal States X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Antonio Correr 1419 Latin Empire
Juan Casanova 1420 España 1
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles X
Jean Nanton 1423 Burgundy
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
Gaspare Colonna 1426 Papal States X
John Cameron 1426 Scotland 3 X
Donnchad Gay 1428 Celtic Church
Henry Chichele 1429 England
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Juan Goicoechea 1429 Western Church X

Votes

Jean de la Rochetaillée nominates and votes for Otto von Lenzburg, citing his good track record as Papal Vicar of Avignon and his participation in the Ecumenical Council of Rome. Guillaume of Challant and Juan Goicoechea concur and also vote for von Lenzburg.

Philippe Leonard Seghers votes for Cardinal Casanova, citing his boldly conservative stances and support for the crusades.

Martin Gouge De Charpaigne nominates John Cameron as a compromise candidate between the two, citing his long experience as the Cardinal of Scotland and his neutrality in respires between Southern European countries due too his long distance in Scotland. He encourages his fellow Celtic Cardinals too vote for Cameron, well Cameron himself, humbly beliving he is not worthy, votes for Otto von Lezenburg

Ari votes Cameron.

The Cardinals of the Papal States votes for Otto von Lenzburg, due to his work as the Papal Vicar of Avignon and participation in the Council of Rome. Cardinal Astorgio Agnensi also votes in him.

Louis Aleman votes for Otto von Lenzburg.

John of Heinsberg votes for John Cameron.

Habemus papam! Otto von Lenzburg is elected Pope and takes the papal name Victor V, in honour of the previous Swiss pontiff, Pope Victor IV.

1435 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
Martin Gouge De Charpaigne 1412 Auvergne X
Niccolò Albergati 1413 Papal States 1 X
Tommaso Perendoli 1414 Papal States X
Ari IV Arason 1414 Iceland X
Jean de la Rochetaillée 1418 Swiss Confederacy X
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège X
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Julian Cesarini 1419 Papal States X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Antonio Correr 1419 Latin Empire X
Juan Casanova 1420 España 11
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles X
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
Gaspare Colonna 1426 Papal States X
John Cameron 1426 Scotland 4
Henry Chichele 1429 England
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Juan Goicoechea 1429 Western Church X
Johann Naso 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Carlo Bojardi 1432 Modena
Jacques du Chastelier 1432 France
Jean VI Vivien 1432 Burgundy X

Votes

Juan Goicoechea nominates and votes for Juan Casanova, citing his leadership during the Ecumenical Council of Rome and his good record as Papal Vicar of Avignon. Jean de la Rochetaillée and Johann Naso concur and also vote for Casanova.

Louis de La Palud, however, is worried about Casanova's relatively conservative stances compared to Pope Martin V at the Ecumenical Council and instead nominates and votes for Niccolò Albergati, citing his excellent record as leader of the Association of Missionaries and Preachers.


Jean VI Vivien of Burgundy nominates John Cameron, citing his excellent record as the cardinal secretary and long history as a cardinal of Scotland. He also cities his relative neutrality in the disputes of Southern Europe, due too the distance of his home nation from Italy and relative inability too influence the papacy as a result.

Ari votes for Cameron.

Martin Gouge De Charpaigne votes for John Cameron, well Cameron, as he can not vote for himself, does not vote. He does, however, make use of his influence as Cardinal Secretary too try too further his chances in the election.

Louis Aleman votes for Juan Casanova.

John of Heinsberg votes for John Cameron.

The Cardinals of the Papal States and the Cardinal of Ancona votes for Juan Casanova.

Antonio Correr votes for Juan Casanova.

Habemus papam! Juan Casanova is elected Pope and takes the papal name Callixtus IV in order to "redeem" this name which had previously been used by an antipope from Casanova's homeland, Spain.

1436 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
Martin Gouge De Charpaigne 1412 Auvergne X
Niccolò Albergati 1413 Papal States 9
Tommaso Perendoli 1414 Papal States X
Ari IV Arason 1414 Iceland
Jean de la Rochetaillée 1418 Swiss Confederacy X
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Julian Cesarini 1419 Papal States X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Antonio Correr 1419 Latin Empire X
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
John Cameron 1426 Scotland 1
Henry Chichele 1429 England
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Juan Goicoechea 1429 Western Church X
Johann Naso 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Carlo Bojardi 1432 Modena
Jacques du Chastelier 1432 France
Jean VI Vivien 1432 Burgundy

Votes

Louis de La Palud, like in the previous year's conclave, nominates and votes for Niccolò Albergati, citing his excellent record as leader of the Association of Missionaries and Preachers and his seniority in the College of Cardinals. This time, Jean de la Rochetaillée, Johann Naso and Juan Goicoechea concur and also vote for Albergati.

Antonio Correr votes for Niccolo Albergati becuase he thinks he can help mix the Catholic and Orthodox Churches and end the chaos in the Latin Empire

The Cardinals of the Papal States (except Niccolò Albergati) votes in Niccolò Albergati due to his work as the leader of the Association of Missionaries and Preachers. Cardinal Astorgio Agnensi agrees and votes for Albergati.

Martin Gouge De Charpaigne votes for John Cameron, well Cameron, as he can not vote for himself, does not vote. He does, however, make use of his influence as Cardinal Secretary too try too further his chances in the election.

Habemus papam! Niccolò Albergati is elected Pope and takes the papal name Eugene IV.

1443 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Youhanna VIII el-Jaji 1404 Maronite Church
Martin Gouge De Charpaigne 1412 Auvergne X
Tommaso Perendoli 1414 Papal States X
Ari IV Arason 1414 Celtic Church
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Julian Cesarini 1419 Papal States X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Antonio Correr 1419 Latin Empire
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
John Cameron 1426 Scotland 11
Henry Chichele 1429 England
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Jean VI Vivien 1432 Burgundy X
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland X
William Fillatre 1437 Verdun
Luís Coutinho 1437 Portugal
Domenico Capranica 1437 Papal States X
Gutierre III Alvarez de Toledo 1437 España
Tommaso Parentucelli 1437 Genoa
Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg 1438 Swiss Confederacy 2 X
Enea Silvio Piccolomini 1438 Siena
Fernando Estigarribia 1440 Western Church X
Petrus de Mladoniovicz 1440 Hussite Church
Gilbert Arnaud 1440 Anglican Church
Henry II of Schlick 1440 Bavaria
Servác Kozár 1440 Bohemia
Ludovico Trevisan 1440 Florence
Jean Heysterbach 1440 Swiss Confederacy X

Louis de La Palud nominates and votes for John Cameron, citing his excellent track record as Cardinal-Secretary during three papacies. Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg, Fernardo Estigarribia and Jean Heysterbach concur and also vote for Cameron.

The Cardinals of the Papal States votes for John Cameron, due to his time as Cardinal-Secretary. Cardinal Astorgio Agnensi of Ancona also votes to Cameron.

Martin Gouge De Charpaigne and Jean VI Vivien vote for Cameron, Cameron himself abstains from voting.

Ari votes for Ulrich

Patriarch Ari votes for Ulrich

Habemus papam! John Cameron is elected Pope and takes the papal name Anastasius V.

1446 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Ari IV Arason 1414 Celtic Church
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège X
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne 2
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles 8
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland
William Fillatre 1437 Verdun X
Luís Coutinho 1437 Portugal
Tommaso Parentucelli 1437 Genoa
Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg 1438 Swiss Confederacy X
Enea Silvio Piccolomini 1438 Siena
Fernando Estigarribia 1440 Western Church X
Petrus de Mladoniovicz 1440 Hussite Church
Gilbert Arnaud 1440 Anglican Church
Henry II of Schlick 1440 Bavaria
Ludovico Trevisan 1440 Florence
Jean Heysterbach 1440 Swiss Confederacy X
William Turnbull 1444 Scotland
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Karel Vacek 1444 Bohemia
John Kemp 1444 England
Feradach Mac Máirtín 1444 Ireland
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne
Lawrence Justinian 1445 Venice
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Giovanni Cecchini Caranzoni 1445 Papal States X
Francesco Condulmer 1445 Latin Empire

Votes

Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg nominates and votes for Louis Aleman, citing his leadership with regards to conciliarism, especially at the Ecumenical Council of Rome. Louis de La Palud, Jean Heysterbach and Fernando Estigarribia concur and also vote for Aleman.

John of Heinsberg and William Fillatre vote for Dietrich II von Moers.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Louis Aleman due to his excellent work as the head of the Association of Missionaries and Preachers. Astorgio Agnensi agrees and also votes for Aleman.

This round is inconclusive, the conclave continues for a second round.

1447 Continued Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Ari IV Arason 1414 Celtic Church X
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège X
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne 2
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Louis Aleman 1420 Kingdom of Arles 11
Gabriele Condulmer 1424 Venice
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland X
William Fillatre 1437 Verdun X
Luís Coutinho 1437 Portugal
Tommaso Parentucelli 1437 Genoa
Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg 1438 Swiss Confederacy X
Enea Silvio Piccolomini 1438 Siena
Fernando Estigarribia 1440 Western Church X
Petrus de Mladoniovicz 1440 Hussite Church
Gilbert Arnaud 1440 Anglican Church
Henry II of Schlick 1440 Bavaria
Ludovico Trevisan 1440 Florence
Jean Heysterbach 1440 Swiss Confederacy X
William Turnbull 1444 Scotland
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Karel Vacek 1444 Bohemia
John Kemp 1444 England
Feradach Mac Máirtín 1444 Ireland X
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne
Lawrence Justinian 1445 Venice
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Giovanni Cecchini Caranzoni 1445 Papal States X
Francesco Condulmer 1445 Latin Empire

Votes

Again, Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg nominates and votes for Louis Aleman, citing his leadership with regards to conciliarism, especially at the Ecumenical Council of Rome. Louis de La Palud, Jean Heysterbach and Fernando Estigarribia concur and also vote for Aleman.

Patriarch Ari along with his nephew vote Aleman.

John of Heinsberg and William Fillatre vote for Dietrich II von Moers.

Feradach Mac Máirtín votes for Louis Aleman.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Louis Aleman due to his excellent work as the head of the Association of Missionaries and Preachers. Astorgio Agnensi agrees and also votes for Aleman.

Habemus papam! Louis Aleman is elected Pope and takes the papal name Urban V.

1450 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Ari IV Arason 1414 Celtic Church 1 X
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège X
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Astorgio Agnensi 1419 Republic of Ancona X
Zbigniew Oleśnicki 1419 Poland-Lithuania
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Louis de La Palud 1432 Swiss Confederacy X
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland X
Luís Coutinho 1437 Portugal
Tommaso Parentucelli 1437 Genoa
Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg 1438 Swiss Confederacy X
Enea Silvio Piccolomini 1438 Siena
Fernando Estigarribia 1440 Western Church X
Petrus de Mladoniovicz 1440 Hussite Church
Gilbert Arnaud 1440 Anglican Church
Ludovico Trevisan 1440 Florence
William Turnbull 1444 Scotland
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Karel Vacek 1444 Bohemia
John Kemp 1444 England
Feradach Mac Máirtín 1444 Ireland
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne
Lawrence Justinian 1445 Venice 12
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Giovanni Cecchini Caranzoni 1445 Papal States X
Francesco Condulmer 1445 Latin Empire
Berardo Eroli 1448 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Roverella 1448 Papal States X
Wilhelm Mader 1449 Swiss Confederacy X

Votes

Louis de La Palud nominates and votes for Lawrence Justinian, citing his work with the Canons of St. George and his pious lifestyle. Ulrich of Anjou-Lenzburg, Wilhelm Mader and Fernando Estigarribia concur and also vote for Justinian.

The Cardinals of the Papal States vote for Lawrence Justinian, citing his work with the Canons of St. George and his pious lifestyle. Cardinal Astorgio Agnensi of Ancona agrees and votes for Justinian.

John of Heinsberg votes for Lawrence Justinian.

The Cardinal of Iceland nominates Patriarch Ari

The Celtic Patriarch votes for Lawrence.

Habemus papam! Lawrence Justinian is elected Pope and takes the papal name Pius II.

1456 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
John of Heinsberg 1419 Liège
Dietrich II von Moers 1419 Cologne
Domenico Capranica 1429 Papal States X
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland X
Enea Silvio Piccolomini 1438 Siena
Fernando Estigarribia 1440 Western Church X
Ludovico Trevisan 1440 Florence 12
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Giovanni Cecchini Caranzoni 1445 Papal States X
Berardo Eroli 1448 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Roverella 1448 Papal States X
Jan Rokycana 1451 Hussite Church
Jodok Seitz 1451 Swiss Confederacy X
Heinrich von Hewen 1451 Swiss Confederacy X
Joannes Caffarelli 1452 Republic of Ancona X
Francesco Della Rovere 1453 Papal States X
Alfons de Borja 1453 España
Arnold von Rothburg 1453 Swiss Confederacy X
Juan de Torquemada 1455 España
Jan Długosz 1455 Poland-Lithuania
Thomas Bourchier 1455 England

Votes

Fernando Estigarribia nominates and votes for Ludovico Trevisan, citing his work with the Association of Missionaries and Preachers and as Prefect of the Inquisition. Jodok Seitz, Heinrich von Hewen and Arnold von Rothburg concur and also vote for Trevisan.

Ari V votes for Trevisan

The Cardinals of the Papal States vote for Ludovico Trevisan, citing his work as Prefect of the Inquisition and the necessity of a strong pope to continue the fight against heresy. Cardinal Joannes Caffarelli of Ancona concur and also votes for Trevisan.

Habemus papam! Ludovico Trevisan is elected Pope and takes the papal name Gregory XIII.

1465 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland X
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Berardo Eroli 1448 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Roverella 1448 Papal States X
Jan Rokycana 1451 Hussite Church
Jodok Seitz 1451 Swiss Confederacy X
Francesco Della Rovere 1453 Papal States X
Juan de Torquemada 1455 España 12
Jan Długosz 1455 Poland-Lithuania
Thomas Bourchier 1455 England
Walter Supersaxo 1458 Swiss Confederacy X
Antonio Fatati 1461 Republic of Ancona X
John III Peckenschlager 1461 Salzburg
Angelo Capranica 1461 Papal States X
Eneko Etcheverry 1461 Western Church X
Giacomo Paladini 1462 Papal States X
Johann V von Venningen 1462 Swiss Confederacy X
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy
Andrew de Durisdeer 1463 Scotland
John Bole 1463 Ireland

Votes

Eneko Etcheverry nominates and votes for Juan de Torquemada, citing his experience as president of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. Jodok Seitz, Walter Supersaxo and Johann V von Venningen concur and also vote for de Torquemada.

Ari votes for Juan

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Juan of Torquemada due to his experience as president of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Roman and Universal Inquisiton and the necessity of continuing with the fight against the heretics. Cardinal Antonio Fatati of Ancona agrees and votes for Torquemada.

Habemus papam! Juan de Torquemada is elected Pope and takes the papal name Leo XI, an unusual numbering in honour of Saint Federico Goikoetxea, who was briefly Antipope Leo X.

1468 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Ari V Sturlungur 1437 Iceland 1 X
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Jacques de Comborn 1444 Auvergne X
Ya'qub III el-Hadathi 1445 Maronite Church
Berardo Eroli 1448 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Roverella 1448 Papal States X
Jan Rokycana 1451 Hussite Church
Jodok Seitz 1451 Swiss Confederacy X
Francesco Della Rovere 1453 Papal States X
Jan Długosz 1455 Poland-Lithuania
Thomas Bourchier 1455 England 17
Walter Supersaxo 1458 Swiss Confederacy X
Antonio Fatati 1461 Republic of Ancona X
John III Peckenschlager 1461 Salzburg
Angelo Capranica 1461 Papal States X
Eneko Etcheverry 1461 Western Church X
Giacomo Paladini 1462 Papal States X
Johann V von Venningen 1462 Swiss Confederacy X
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy X
Andrew de Durisdeer 1463 Scotland X
John Bole 1463 Ireland
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal X
Louis of Bourbon 1466 Liège X
Stefano Nardini 1467 Modena
Pedro VI Gonzalez de Mendoza 1467 Spanish Empire
Philippe de Lévis 1467 Kingdom of Arles X

Votes

Jodok Seitz nominates and votes for Thomas Bourchier, citing his good track record as Grand Inquisitor of England and his skills in mediating diplomatic tensions in the British Isles as Archbishop of Canterbury. Walter Supersaxo, Johann V von Venningen and Eneko Etcheverry concur and also vote for Bourchier.

The cardinal for Portugal votes for the Icelandic Cardinal.

Charles de Neufchâtel, Andrew de Durisdeer, and Jacques de Comborn all vote for Bourchier.

Ari flattered with his Portuguese vote decides to make this Conclave quick and votes for Bourchier.

The cardinals of the Papal States decide to vote for Thomas Bourchier due to the necessity of a resolution to the conflicts in the British Isles and due to Bourchier work as Grand Inquisitor of England. Cardinal Antonio Fatati of Ancona agrees and also votes for Bourchier.

Louis of Bourbon votes for Thomas Bourchier.

Philippe de Lévis votes for Thomas Bourchier.

Habemus papam! Thomas Bourchier is elected Pope and takes the papal name Anastasius VI in honour of the previous pontiff from the British Isles, Pope Anastasius V.

1477 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Latino Orsini 1444 Papal States X
Berardo Eroli 1448 Papal States X
Francesco Della Rovere 1453 Papal States X
Jan Długosz 1455 Poland-Lithuania 14
Walter Supersaxo 1458 Swiss Confederacy X
Antonio Fatati 1461 Republic of Ancona X
John III Peckenschlager 1461 Salzburg
Angelo Capranica 1461 Papal States X
Johann V von Venningen 1462 Swiss Confederacy X
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal
Louis of Bourbon 1466 Liège X
Stefano Nardini 1467 Modena
Pedro VI Gonzalez de Mendoza 1467 Spanish Empire
Francesco Piccolomini 1469 Papal States X
John Morton 1469 England
Youssef II el-Hadathi 1469 Maronite Church 1
Diether of Isenburg 1469 Mainz X
Rinaldo Orsini 1470 Florence
Corrado Capece 1470 Papal States X
Paolo di Campofregoso 1470 Genoa
Federico Fernández 1471 Western Church X
Ortlieb von Brandis 1471 Swiss Confederacy X
Jiří z Vašíček 1471 Hussite Church
Neil Kinnock 1471 Celtic Church X
Prospero Caffarelli 1476 Papal States X

Votes

Ortlieb von Brandis nominates and votes for Jan Długosz, citing his seniority in the College of Cardinals and his excellent track record as Grand Inquisitor of Poland-Lithuania. Walter Supersaxo, Johann V von Venningen and Federico Fernández concur and also vote for Długosz.

The seven cardinals of the Papal States and Antonio Fatati agree with von Brandis and also vote for Długosz.

Louis of Bourbon votes for Jan Długosz.

Diether of Isenburg votes for Jan Długosz.

Neil Kinnock votes for Youssef II el-Hadathi.

Habemus papam! Jan Długosz is elected Pope and takes that papal name Honorius VI in honour of Pope Honorius V, the previous pontiff to hail from Eastern Europe.

1480 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Francesco Della Rovere 1453 Papal States X
Walter Supersaxo 1458 Swiss Confederacy X
Antonio Fatati 1461 Republic of Ancona X
John III Peckenschlager 1461 Salzburg 1
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal
Louis of Bourbon 1466 Liège
Stefano Nardini 1467 Modena
Pedro VI Gonzalez de Mendoza 1467 Spanish Empire
Francesco Piccolomini 1469 Papal States X
John Morton 1469 England
Youssef II el-Hadathi 1469 Maronite Church
Diether of Isenburg 1469 Mainz
Rinaldo Orsini 1470 Florence
Corrado Capece 1470 Papal States X
Paolo di Campofregoso 1470 Genoa
Federico Fernández 1471 Western Church X
Ortlieb von Brandis 1471 Swiss Confederacy 12
Jiří z Vašíček 1471 Hussite Church X
Prospero Caffarelli 1476 Papal States X
Filiasio Roverella 1478 Papal States X
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Fanti 1478 Modena
John Walton 1478 Ireland
Ulrich Geislinger 1478 Swiss Confederacy X
Constantin Eruli 1479 Papal States X
Hilmar Einarsson 1479 Iceland

Votes

Federico Fernández nominates and votes for Ortlieb von Brandis, citing his excellent track record as Grand Inquisitor of the Swiss Confederacy and as General Commissary of the Church. Walter Supersaxo and Ulrich Geislinger concur and also vote for von Brandis.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Ortlieb von Brandis, due to his work as Grand Inquisitor of the Swiss Confederacy and as General Comissary of the Church. Cardinal Antonio Fatati agrees and also votes for von Brandis.

Hilmar votes for Brandis.

Jiří z Vašíček votes for John III Peckenschlager.

Habemus papam! Ortlieb von Brandis is elected Pope and takes the papal name Innocent VII, in honour of Pope Innocent VI who placed his homeland the Swiss Confederacy under papal protection.

1491 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal
Pedro VI Gonzalez de Mendoza 1467 Spanish Empire
Francesco Piccolomini 1469 Papal States X
John Morton 1469 England X
Youssef II el-Hadathi 1469 Maronite Church
Rinaldo Orsini 1470 Florence X
Paolo di Campofregoso 1470 Genoa
Federico Fernández 1471 Western Church X
Prospero Caffarelli 1476 Papal States X
Filiasio Roverella 1478 Papal States X
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Bartolomeo Fanti 1478 Modena 13
Ulrich Geislinger 1478 Swiss Confederacy
Constantin Eruli 1479 Papal States X
Hilmar Einarsson 1479 Iceland
Micheil Cuimeanach 1481 Scotland X
Trefor Merrick 1481 Wales
Giovanni Colonna 1483 Papal States X
Oliviero Carafa 1483 Latin Empire
Raffaele Riario 1483 Genoa 1
Francesco Maria Scelloni 1483 Papal States X
Gerhard Waldschmidt 1485 Württemberg
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari 1485 Benevento X
Benincasa di Benincasis 1485 Ancona X
Nicolas de Cibo 1485 Arles
Thomas Rotherham 1489 England X

Votes

John Morton nominates and votes for Bartolomeo Fanti, citing his pious lifestyle and works for charity as a Carmelite friar and status as a neutral party in the current European conflicts. Thomas Rotherman and Federico Fernández concur and also vote for Fanti.

Micheil Cuimeanach Votes for Fanti.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Bartolomeo Fanti, due to his fame of holiness and piety. Benincasa di Benincasis of Ancona agrees and vote for Fanti.

Rinaldo Orsini votes for Raffaele Riario.

Habemus papam! Bartolomeo Fanti is elected Pope and takes the papal name Telesphorus II in honour of Pope Telesphorus I, a patron saint of the Carmelite Order Fanti is part of.

1495 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Charles de Neufchâtel 1463 Burgundy
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal
Pedro VI Gonzalez de Mendoza 1467 Spanish Empire
Francesco Piccolomini 1469 Papal States 15
John Morton 1469 England X
Rinaldo Orsini 1470 Florence X
Paolo di Campofregoso 1470 Genoa
Federico Fernández 1471 Western Church X
Prospero Caffarelli 1476 Papal States X
Filiasio Roverella 1478 Papal States X
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Constantin Eruli 1479 Papal States X
Hilmar Einarsson 1479 Iceland
Micheil Cuimeanach 1481 Scotland X
Trefor Merrick 1481 Wales
Giovanni Colonna 1483 Papal States X
Oliviero Carafa 1483 Latin Empire
Raffaele Riario 1483 Genoa
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari 1485 Papal States X
Benincasa di Benincasis 1485 Ancona 2 X
Nicolas de Cibo 1485 Arles
Thomas Rotherham 1489 England X
Semaan el-Hadathi 1493 Maronite Church
John of Hornes 1492 Liège X
Giuliano della Rovere 1494 Papal States X
Robert McLaughlin 1494 Celtic Church X
Seán Mac Dhurcáin 1494 Ireland/Scotland X
Johannes of Brandenburg 1494 Bohemia

Votes

Federico Fernández nominates and votes for Francesco Todeschini-Piccolomini, citing his excellent track record with the Institute of Works of Charity and his seniority in the College of Cardinals. John Morton and Thomas Rotherham concur and also vote for Piccolomini.

Rinaldo Orsini votes for Benincasa di Benincasis.

Micheil Cuimeanach, Robert McLaughlin, and Seán Mac Dhurcáin all vote for Piccolomini.

The cardinals of the Papal States and cardinal Benincasa di Benincasis of Ancona  votes for Francesco Piccolomini

Cardinal Adelbert votes for Francesco Piccolomini

John of Hornes votes for Benincasa di Benincasis.

Habemus papam! Francesco Todeschini-Piccolomini is elected Pope and takes the papal name Pius III.

1503 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Jorge da Costa 1466 Portugal
Rinaldo Orsini 1470 Florence
Filiasio Roverella 1478 Papal States X
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Micheil Cuimeanach 1481 Scotland X
Giovanni Colonna 1483 Papal States X
Oliviero Carafa 1483 Latin Empire
Raffaele Riario 1483 Genoa
Semaan el-Hadathi 1493 Maronite Church
John of Hornes 1492 Liège
Giuliano della Rovere 1494 Papal States 14
Robert McLaughlin 1494 Celtic Church X
Seán Mac Dhurcáin 1494 Ireland/Scotland X
Johannes of Brandenburg 1494 Bohemia
Iñigo Ramírez y Mendoza 1498 Western Church X
Giovanni Battista Bertuccioli 1500 Papal States X
Francesco Eroli 1500 Papal States X
Henry Deane 1500 England X
Thomas Savage 1500 England X
Tamás Bakócz 1500 Hungary X
Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros 1500 Spain X
Tommaso Asti 1502 Papal States X
Pietro Accolti 1502 Ancona 1 X
Jean Ferrier I 1502 Arles

Votes

Henry Deane nominates and votes for Giuliano della Rovere, citing his diplomatic expertise and the political connections through his family which he thinks could prove to be invaluable in keeping the Papacy strong in this time of political and financial instability. Thomas Savage and Iñigo Ramírez y Mendoza concur and also vote for della Rovere.

Tamás Bakócz votes for Pietro Accolti.

Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros votes for Giuliano della Rovere, taking into consideration recent events, such as the re-emergance of the Caliphate and their invasion of Hispanian soil, that would require a firm and capable personality as a Pope to address this great catastrophe of unprecedented proportions, revoking the rather unpleasant memories of the Battle of Toulouse and the subsequent Battle of Tours, just a decade later.

The Cardinals of the Papal States votes for Giuliano Della Rovere, due to the political connections of his family with several nobles of Europe and his diplomatic experience. Cardinal Pietro Accolti of Ancona agrees and also votes to Della Rovere.

Micheil Cuimeanach, Robert McLaughlin, and Seán Mac Dhurcáin all vote for Giuliano della Rovere.

Habemus papam! Giuliano della Rovere is elected Pope and takes the papal name Julius II in honour/emulation of Julius Caesar.

1513 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Filiasio Roverella 1478 Papal States X
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Raffaele Riario 1483 Genoa
Semaan el-Hadathi 1493 Maronite Church
Robert McLaughlin 1494 Celtic Church X
Seán Mac Dhurcáin 1494 Ireland/Scotland X
Johannes of Brandenburg 1494 Bohemia X
Iñigo Ramírez y Mendoza 1498 Western Church X
Giovanni Battista Bertuccioli 1500 Papal States X
Francesco Eroli 1500 Papal States X
Tamás Bakócz 1500 Hungary X
Francisco Jiménez de Cisneros 1500 Spain
Pietro Accolti 1502 Ancona X
Jean Ferrier I 1502 Arles
William Warham 1504 England X
Adriaan Florensz Boeyens 1504 Lotharingia 15 X
Tristram Yarwood 1504 Wales 1
Eideard Tolmach 1504 Scotland X
Christopher Bainbridge 1507 England X
Sisto of Habsburg 1507 Papal States X
Pompeo Colonna 1508 Papal States X
Thomas Cajetan 1509 Papal States X
Cristoforo Spiriti 1512 Papal States X
Grímur Svertingsonn 1512 Greenland 2

Votes

Iñigo Ramírez y Mendoza nominates and votes for Adriaan Florensz Boeyens, citing his anti-corruption efforts and his theological work with the University of Leuven. William Warham and Christopher Bainbridge concur and also vote for Boeyens.

Tamás Bakócz votes for Grímur Svertingsonn.

Robert McLaughlin, Seán Mac Dhurcáin, and Eideard Tolmach vote for Adriaan Florensz Boeyens.

The cardinals of the Papal States and the cardinal of Ancona vote for Adriaan Florensz Boeyens.

Adriaan Florensz Boeyens votes for Tristram Yarwood.

Johannes of Brandenburg votes for Grímur Svertingsonn.

Habemus papam! Adriaan Florensz Boeyens is elected Pope and chooses to keep his birth name as his papal name, become Pope Adrian VI.

1523 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States X
Semaan el-Hadathi 1493 Maronite Church
Robert McLaughlin 1494 Celtic Church X
Johannes of Brandenburg 1494 Bohemia
Francesco Eroli 1500 Papal States X
Pietro Accolti 1502 Ancona X
William Warham 1504 England X
Tristram Yarwood 1504 Wales
Eideard Tolmach 1504 Scotland X
Pompeo Colonna 1508 Papal States X
Thomas Cajetan 1509 Papal States 13
Cristoforo Spiriti 1512 Papal States X
Grímur Svertingsonn 1512 Greenland
Thomas Wolsey 1514 England X
Paris de Grassis 1516 Papal States X
Alonso III Fonseca 1517 Spain
Ennio Filonardi 1517 Papal States X
Roberto Aroztegi 1517 Western Church X
Giovanni Salviati 1518 Papal States X
Jean Ferrier II 1521 Arles
Guillermo Raimundo de Vich 1521 Spain

Votes

William Warham nominates and votes for Thomas Cajetan, citing his excellent track record as Master of the Order of Preachers (Dominican Order) and as prefect of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Roman and Universal Inquisition during Pope Adrian VI's papacy, which Warham explains as ideal experience for a pontiff to have in these troubling times. Thomas Wolsey and Roberto Aroztegi concur and also vote for Cajetan.

The cardinals of the Papal States votes for Thomas Cajetan due to his excellent work as Master of the Order of Preachers and as prefect of the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Roman and Universal Inquisition. Cardinal Pietro Accolti of Ancona agrees and vote for Cajetan.

The Celtic Cardinals all vote for Thomas Cajetan.

Habemus papam! Thomas Cajetan is elected Pope and, having been a major Inquisitor himself, takes the papal name Lucius IV in honour of Pope Lucius III, who laid the foundations for the original 13th-century Inquisition.

1534 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Arsæll Esturlungio 1478 Papal States 16
Francesco Eroli 1500 Papal States X
Eideard Tolmach 1504 Celtic Confederation X
Cristoforo Spiriti 1512 Papal States X
Grímur Svertingsonn 1512 Greenland
Alonso III Fonseca 1517 Spain X
Ennio Filonardi 1517 Papal States X
Roberto Aroztegi 1517 Western Church X
Giovanni Salviati 1518 Papal States X
Jean Ferrier II 1521 Arles
Mousa Saade el-Akari 1524 Maronite Church
Declan Mac Eochagáin 1524 Celtic Confederation X
Róbert Sturlungur 1524 Ireland X
Benedetto Accolti 1524 Papal States X
Alvin de Reginier-Barcelona 1526 Spain X
Alessandro Farnese 1527 Papal States X
Giovanni Pietro Carafa 1527 Spanish Naples 1 X
Robert Grey 1531 England X
Baldovinetto de' Baldovinetti 1532 Ancona X
Niccolò Gaddi 1532 Papal States X
Reginald Pole 1533 England X

Votes

Reginald Pole nominates and votes for Arsæll Esturlungio, citing his effective leadership following the attack on Pope Lucius IV, his seniority in the College of Cardinals and his excellent track record leading the Institute for Works of Charity. Robert Grey and Roberto Aroztegi concur and also vote for Esturlungio.

The Cardinals of the Papal States are split between the Zelanti and Spirituali factions. The Zelanti cardinals vote for Arsæll Esturlungio, because they see that after the recent events a Zelanti must seat in the Throne of Saint Peter and Cardinal Esturlungio was the better suited for that. The neutral cardinals also vote for Esturlungio, due to his effective leadership following the attack on Pope Lucius IV. Seeing that they will not win, most of the Spirituali cardinals vote to Esturlungio, while Cardinal Cristoforo Spriti nominates and votes for Cardinal Giovanni Pietro Carafa, seeking to secure Carafa's position as Cardinal-Secretary, this way a secretary Spirituali will counter any violent decision made by the Zelanti.

The Celtic Cardinals, Eideard Tolmach, Declan Mac Eochagáin, and Róbert Sturlungur, all of whom favor the Zelanti, vote for Arsæll Esturlungio, the leader of the faction. This comes at the same time as a number of Zelanti inspired policies continue in the Celtic confederacy, such as the persecution of Jews and Protestants and seizing of their property.

Alonso III Fonseca, Alvin de Reginier-Barcelona and Giovanni Pietro Carafa vote for Arsæll Esturlungio.

Habemus papam! Arsæll Esturlungio is elected Pope and takes the papal name Francis I in honour of Saint Francis of Assisi.

1540 Papal Conclave

Name Appointed Nation Votes Voted?
Francesco Eroli 1500 Papal States X
Eideard Tolmach 1504 Celtic Confederation X
Cristoforo Spiriti 1512 Papal States X
Ennio Filonardi 1517 Papal States X
Giovanni Salviati 1518 Papal States X
Jean Ferrier II 1521 Arles
Mousa Saade el-Akari 1524 Maronite Church
Declan Mac Eochagáin 1524 Celtic Confederation 13
Benedetto Accolti 1524 Papal States
Alvin de Reginier-Barcelona 1526 Spain X
Alessandro Farnese 1527 Papal States X
Giovanni Pietro Carafa 1527 Spanish Naples X
Robert Grey 1531 England X
Niccolò Gaddi 1532 Papal States X
Reginald Pole 1533 England X
Marcello Cervini 1535 Papal States X
Giacomo Savelli 1535 Papal States X
Jacopo Sadoleto 1535 Modena
Francis Xavier 1538 Western Church X
Matteo Lucchi 1538 Ancona X
Pietro Bembo 1539 Venice 2

Votes

Robert Grey nominates and votes for Pietro Bembo, citing his experience with the Knights Hospitaller and his excellent scholarly work, including various important texts used by the Inquisition. Reginald Pole concurs and also votes for Bembo. On the other hand, Francis Xavier votes for Declan Mac Eochagáin.

All the cardinals of the Papal States votes for Declan Mac Eochagáin, even the Spirituali. This happens because even with Eochagáin being a Zelanti, he is more moderate than Pope Francis was. The Zelanti Cardinal Matteo Lucchi of Ancona also votes for him.

The Celtic Cardinals vote for Declan Mac Eochagáin, in the belief that an Irish pope will undercut and hamper the spread of Protestantism in Ireland, and dispel the myth of the Catholic Church being a "foriegn organization", at least in Ireland.

Alvin de Reginier-Barcelona and Giovanni Pietro Carafa vote for Declan Mac Eochagáin.

Habemus papam! Declan Mac Eochagáin is elected Pope and takes the papal name Paschal III in honour of Pope Paschal II, who officialised the Knight Hospitaller, the religious order Mac Eochagáin.

Cardinals during the Schism

Roman College

Name Appointed Nation Notes

Barcelonan College

Name Appointed Nation Notes
Riccardo Petroni 1298 Siena d. 1314
Pedro Rodríguez 1302 Castille d. 1310
Jean Lemoine 1294 France d. 1313
Landolfo Brancaccio 1294 Naples d. 1312
Federico Goikoetxea 1308 Navarre b. 1256
James of Corinth 1309 Achaea d. 1312

Current Cardinals

Name Appointed Nation Notes
Cristoforo Spiriti 1512 Papal States d. 1556
Giovanni Salviati 1518 Papal States d. 1553
Mousa Saade el-Akari 1524 Patriarch of the Maronite Church d. 1567
Alvin de Reginier-Barcelona 1526 Spain b. 1489
Giovanni Pietro Carafa 1527 Spanish Naples d. 1559
Robert Grey 1531 England b. 1500
Niccolò Gaddi 1532 Papal States d. 1552
Reginald Pole 1533 England d. 1558
Marcello Cervini 1535 Papal States d. 1555
Giacomo Savelli 1535 Papal States d. 1587
Matteo Lucchi 1538 Ancona d. 1556
Eóin Mac Uistein 1541 Celtic Confederacy d. 1565
Ludovico Simoneta 1546 Papal States d. 1568
Pietro Bertrani 1546 Papal States d. 1558
Ignatius of Loyola 1550 Patriarch of the Western Church d. 1556
Fabio Vigili 1550 Papal States d. 1553
Michele Ghislieri 1550 Papal States d. 1572
Vincenzo Diedo 1550 Venice d. 1559

Notes

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