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Pope Adrian III

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Adrian III
Papacy began 17 May 884
Papacy ended July 885
Predecessor Marinus I
Successor Stephen V
Personal details
Birth name ???
Born ???
Rome, Papal States
Died July 885
Modena, Carolingian Empire
Other Popes named Adrian
Papal styles of
Pope Adrian III
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Reference style His Holiness
Spoken style Your Holiness
Religious style Holy Father
Posthumous style Saint
Saint Hadrian of Rome
Pope of Rome
Venerated in Roman Catholic Church
Eastern Orthodox Church

Pope Saint Adrian III, was Pope from 17 May 884 to July 885. He was born at Rome. He died in July 885 at San Cesario sul Panaro (Modena) not long after embarking on a trip to Worms, in modern Germany. The purpose the journey was to attend a diet after being summoned by the Frankish King Charles III, the Fat, to settle the succession to the Holy Roman Empire and discuss the rising power of the Saracens. He was noted[who?] for having aided the Romans during a famine.

His cult was confirmed in 1891, and his feast day is 8 July.

His death and subsequent burial in the church of San Silvestro Nonantola Abbey near Modena is commemorated in the sculpted reliefs (c. 1122) that frame the doorway of this church. His relics are found near the high altar here.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Marinus I
Pope
884–885
Succeeded by
Stephen V


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