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Clement V Quiz

(Clement V is referred by his baptismal name for the times before he became pope.)

1. Where was Bertrand De Got born?
a) Ghent
b) Auxerre
c) Bordelais
d) Dunkirk

2. Of which diocese was Bertrand De Got bishop?
a) Comminges
b) Blois
c) Tours
d) Bourges

3. Of which archdiocese was Bertrand De Got archbishop?
a) Alsace
b) Lorraine
c) Bordeaux
d) Picardy

4. Where was Clement V elected pope?
a) London
b) Lyon
c) Perugia
d) Valens

5. Which council did Clement V call?
a) Lateran II
b) Florence
c) Pisa
d) Vienne

6. Who were suppressed by Clement V?
a) Jesuits
b) Knights Templars
c) Dominicans
d) Knights of Malta

7. When did Clement V shift the papal residence to Avignon?
a) 1296
b) 1294
c) 1298
d) 1309

8. How is the stay of Clement V and his successors in Avignon known?
a) Wandering in the wilderness
b) Babylonian Captivity
c) Dark Age
d) Golden Age

9. When did Clement V die?
a) 29 January 1299
b) 15 May 1295
c) 20 April 1314
d) 8 November 1293

10. Where did Clement V die?
a) Evereux
b) La Havre
c) Poitiers
d) Roquemaure

Clement V Quiz Answers


1. Where was Bertrand De Got born?
c) Bordelais

2. Of which diocese was Bertrand De Got bishop?
a) Comminges

3. Of which archdiocese was Bertrand De Got archbishop?
c) Bordeaux

4. Where was Clement V elected pope?
c) Perugia

5. Which council did Clement V call?
d) Vienne

6. Who were suppressed by Clement V?
b) Knights Templars

7. When did Clement V shift the papal residence to Avignon?
d) 1309

8. How is the stay of Clement V and his successors in Avignon known?
b) Babylonian Captivity

9. When did Clement V die?
c) 20 April 1314

10. Where did Clement V die?
d) Roquemaure

Originally posted 2009-11-01 10:37:32. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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