Papal conclave, 1389

Papal Conclave, 1389

Papal conclave, 1389

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The papal conclave, 1389 was convened from October 25, 1389 to November 2, 1389 after the death of Pope Urban VI. The conclave is historically unique because all of the cardinal electors were the creation of a single pontiff—Urban VI—because none of the surviving cardinals created by previous popes recognized Urban VI as legitimate (see: Western Schism). In addition, Urban VI had deposed four of his creatures, and three were absent, leaving only sixteen cardinal electors.

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