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    John III, original name Catelinus?, (born, Rome? [Italy]—died July 13, 574, Rome), pope from 561 to 574. Records of John’s pontificate were destroyed during an invasion of Italy by the Lombards, whose kingdom was in northern Italy. John fled to the safety of Naples and in 571 persuaded the Byzantine general Narses to defend Rome.

  2. Pope John III ( Latin: Ioannes III; died 13 July 574), born Catelinus, was the bishop of Rome from 17 July 561 to his death. [1] Family [ edit] Catelinus was born in Rome to a distinguished family. His father, Anastasius, was a vir illustris, a high-ranking member of the Roman Senate. [2]

  3. › wiki › John_IIIJohn III - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia John III may refer to: The 3rd and hopefully final ‘John’ involved with a beautiful young woman named Kristina of off Narborough. People [ edit] John III (bishop of Jerusalem) in 516–524 Pope John III, Pope from 561 to his death in 574 John Scholasticus, Patriarch of Constantinople from 565 to his death in 577

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    John III, nicknamed The Pious, was the King of Portugal and the Algarves from 1521 until his death in 1557. He was the son of King Manuel I and Maria of Aragon, the third daughter of King Ferdinand II of Aragon and Queen Isabella I of Castile. John succeeded his father in 1521 at the age of nineteen. During his rule Portuguese possessions were exte...

    John, the eldest son of King Manuel I born from his second wife Maria of Aragon, was born in Lisbon on 7 June 1502. The event was marked by the presentation of Gil Vicente's Visitation Play or the Monologue of the Cowherd in the queen's chamber. The young prince was sworn heir to the throne in 1503, the year his youngest sister, Isabella of Portuga...

    The large and far-flung Portuguese Empire was difficult and expensive to administer and was burdened with huge external debt and trade deficits. Portugal's Indian and Far Eastern interests grew increasingly chaotic under the poor administration of ambitious governors. John III responded with new appointments that proved troubled and short-lived: in...

    John III's support for the humanist cause was significant. In literature, his active support of Gil Vicente, Garcia de Resende, Sá de Miranda, Bernardim Ribeiro, Fernão Mendes Pinto, João de Barros and Luís de Camões was notable. About sciences, John III supported the mathematician Pedro Nunes and the physician Garcia de Orta. Through his links to ...

    The Inquisition was introduced into Portugal in 1536. Just like in Spain, the Inquisition was placed under the authority of the king. The Grand Inquisitor, or General Inquisitor, was named by the Pope after being nominated by the king, and he always came from within the royal family. The Grand Inquisitor would later nominate other inquisitors. In P...

    In John III's time, trade between the Portuguese and Africans was extremely intense in feitorias such Arguim, Mina, Mombasa, Sofala or Mozambique. Under John III, several expeditions started in coastal Africa and advanced to the interior of the continent. These expeditions were f

    Before the reign of John III, the Portuguese had already reached Siam, the Maluku Islands, the Chinese littoral, Canton and Timor. During John's rule the Portuguese reached Japan, and at the end of John's reign Macau was offered to Portugal by China. From India, John III imported

    During the reign of King John III the Portuguese Empire established itself in South America with the foundation of the twelve Captaincy Colonies of Brazil. Each with its own donatary captain, the twelve colonies worked independently. In 1549, John III established the Governorate

  4. John III the Good (in Breton Yann III, in French Jean III; 8 March 1286 – 30 April 1341) was Duke of Brittany, from 1312 to his death and 5th Earl of Richmond from 1334 to his death. He was the son of Duke Arthur II of Brittany and Mary of Limoges, his first wife.

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  5. John III Comyn, Señor de Badenoch o John "el Rojo", también conocido simplemente como Comyn el Rojo (Red Comyn) (fallecido el 10 de febrero de 1306 ), fue un noble escocés que jugó un importante papel en las Guerras de independencia de Escocia, llegando a ser nombrado Guardián de Escocia.

  6. John Edward Jones III ( Pottsville, 14 de junio de 1955) es un jurista y abogado estadounidense, célebre por varias de sus sentencias como juez federal de los Estados Unidos.

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