How did a pope become a pope in the Medieval times?
he was voted on by the bishops he was the highest bishop
Pope Innocent III was the most powerful pope of Medieval times.
The King, Pope and some medieval countries had emperors.
the king. had to awnser to the pope. the pope was beleived to be gods messanger.
The Medieval Times brought along a new strategy of organization. Power came with the land you owned. The king or queen, however, didn't have much power. He was just a person to look to in times of trouble. The Pope pretty much had all the power. The Church was what unified Medieval Europe, so people looked to the Pope to solve their problems. The power of the Clergy increased a lot during those times.
Holy Roman Emperor and the Pope.
Pope Clergy monks Kings Nobles
The Pope. They also told kings what to do as well as the general population.
The Medieval Times.
In medieval times, you could have been dragged out and hung, had your head chopped off, or become the king.
im not exactly sure but im thinking in a chariot some what like the pope.
yes which then leaded for the churchers of england to be closed for 7 years
There were no realy "teachers" in the medieval times. If you wanted to become a knight you were trained by a knight or if you wanted to be a scholar you would be traineed by a scholar.
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Pope Innocent the third.
Popes in medieval times were treated extremely well. They lived in luxury and were essentially the rulers of Rome. Often, popes became incredibly wealthy, and even had secret lovers or fathered children while they were Pope.
The pope lived in Rome, at the Lateran Palace. Also, in the 14th Century from 1305-1378 the papacy was established in southern France ,Avignon! Superb spot! Palace still there!
Pope Innocent III was pope from 1198 to 1216.
Innocent III was the most powerful pope
By living a pious life and performing the rites and rituals of the church (which, in medieval times would have generally been the catholic church in western Europe). Or she could have bought an indulgence form the Pope, if she had money, but, as a peasant, she wouldn't have.
In the Medieval times people got sick alot and lived for a short time. There water was bad and plauges were happening alot. So in the Medieval times if you were lucky enough to become an adult you could live to be a maximum of forty years of age.
The cardinals were the most important of the archbishops. They were leaders of the Church in the areas they came from. They had one authority no one else had, which was the ability to elect a new pope when the old pope died.
Saint Felix III(483 - 492) is the most common answer, but there is no known one answer.
Innocent III was pope between the years 1198 and 1216.
You were to have to born from a rich family to become a knight and train.. it wasn't your choice to become a knight or not. --------------- To become a knight one had to be son of a knight.
Sons of lords or knights, trained from young age to become elite soldiers.
You either were born to the title or the king gave you the land and title.
The pope was so powerful because he is and was head of the catholic church. In medieval times, everybody in England was Christian or beheaded. everybody had to give 10% of what they produced to the church too. He was given some of that. The church also sold "pardons" and the profits... guess... went to the pope.
It was Catholic and the Pope was the head.
They served the knights/nobles. Generally, they were young nobles in training to become a knight at 21.
Because in that yime being a knight cost money
The pope was always both the spiritual leader and the administrative leader of the Roman Catholic Church.
Excommunication. If the king didn't follow the rules of the church and pope they could be excommunicated. This caused great fear since the church was the means for man to communicate with God. The pope was considered God's representive on Earth.
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Ghana became a wealthy empire in the 800s C. E., during the medieval times.
Yes, there were minstrels in medieval times.
There were no dinosaurs in medieval times.
In the Early Middle Ages, and in the rest of the middle ages in the West, the Pope was most powerful. In the later middle ages in the East, it was the Patriarch of Constantinople.
You become a pope when you are elected as such in a secret conclave held in the Sistine Chapel of the Vatican to replace a pope who as either died or retired.
A priest could only become pope if he is elected by the cardinals in conclave.
Pope Francis was elected pope on March 13, 2013.
The current pope, Benedict XVI, became pope in the year 2005.
The church was Catholic so it was the Pope and the priests.
A medieval knight in the middle ages or medieval times was William the conquerer
Saladin was not a pope.
Odo was never the pope.
Saladin was never a pope.
All of the ones that live today (not individually of course), less the ones that have become extinct since then.
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Did they use animals in the medieval times for riding, fighting I think you mean they Might have used animals in the medieval times . . . Not did they . . .