Pope Alexander III
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Who is Pope Alexander III?
Pope Alexander III, born Roland of Siena, was Pope from 7 September 1159 to his death in 1181. He laid the foundation stone for the famous Notre-Dame de Paris.
- also known as Rolando (or Orlando) of Siena
- born in Siena
- religion: Catholicism
- died on (834 years ago) in Civita Castellana
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by Clifford J. Rogers
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Lead Alloy Seal of Pope Alexander III (1159-1181 CE)
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
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