Pope Stephen III ( ; died 1 February 772) was Bishop of Rome and ruler of the Papal States from 7 August 768 Chisholm 1911 to his death in 772.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_Stephen_III
Stephen III (or IV), pope from August 768 to 772. After the death in 767 of Pope St. Paul I, the papal throne was coveted by temporal rulers. Duke Toto of Nepi caused his brother Constantine (II), a layman, to be elected pope. The Lombard king Desiderius dispatched to Rome troops that killed Toto
Other articles where Stephen III is discussed: Hungary: The early kings: …the succession of Géza’s son, Stephen III (1162–72), was disputed by two of his uncles, Ladislas II (1162–63) and Stephen IV (1163–65). Happily, the death of Stephen IV exhausted the supply of uncles, and Stephen III’s brother, Béla III (1173–96), had no domestic rivals to the throne. However, the short…
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Stephen corresponded with the Emperor Constantine on the subject of the restoration of the sacred images, and himself restored many of the ancient churches of the city. Remarkable for his love of the poor, Stephen built hospitals for them near St. Peter's, in which church he was buried.
Stephen III of Moldavia (also known as Stefan the Great, Romanian language: Ștefan cel Mare, pronounced [ʃteˈfan t͡ʃel ˈmare] or Ștefan cel Mare și Sfânt, "Stefan the Great and Holy"; 1433 – July 2, 1504) was Prince of Moldavia between 1457 and 1504 and the most prominent representative of the House of Mușat.
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PINEWOOD - Stephen Preston Biering III, 24, died on Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, at his home. Born on Oct. 30, 1995, in Sumter, he was a son of the late Glenn Currier and Sunny Biering.
Through Stephen's support the archdeacon Leo was enabled to hold the See of Ravenna against a lay intruder, and in turn through the support of the brothers Charlemagne and Carloman, Kings of the Franks, Stephen was able to recover some territories from the Lombards. But their king, Desiderius, managed to strike two serious blows at Stephen.