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Alexander V

Born: 1339 AD
Died: 1410 AD
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1339 – Philarges V was born in Crete.

1359 – Attended University of Oxford and University of Paris.

1386 – Became Bishop of Piacenza.

1387 – Became Bishop of Vicenza.

1389 – Became Bishop of Novara.

1402 – Became Archbishop of Milan.

1405 – Appointed Cardinal by Pope Innocent VII, he tried to unite the two rival popes and he was the involved in the Council of Pisa.

1409 – Became Alexander V and was crowned Pontiff on June 26, 1409.

1410 – On May 3, 1410, Alexander V died.