Ancient Diocese of Carpentras

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The former French catholic diocese of Carpentras was suppressed after the French Revolution, by the Concordat of 1801. Its territory was added to the archdiocese of Avignon.

Bishops[edit]

  • c. 280: Saint Valentin
  • 482–529: Julien I.
  • 529–536: Principius
  • 536–c. 540: Saint Siffrein
  • 541–550: Clément or Clematius
  • c. 573: Tétrade
  • c. 584: Boetius
  • c. 590: Aufroi I.
  • c. 604: Georg I.
  • c. 630: Peter I.
  • c. 640: Dominique
  • c. 660: Lizier
  • c. 664: Paul I.
  • c. 686: Anastase
  • c. 702: Innozenz
  • c. 730: Odoard
  • c. 747: Aufroi II.
  • c. 770: Agapit
  • c. 781: Aimé
  • c. 791: Antoine
  • c. 813: Johannes I.
  • c. 831: Albert
  • c. 857: Philipp
  • c. 880: Johannes II.
  • c. 882: Berenger I.
  • c. 895: Franz I.
  • c. 914: Bernard
  • c. 932: Gui
  • c. 948–c. 990: Ayrard
  • 994–1006: Stephan
  • c. 1035: Matthias
  • 1040–1056: Franz II.
  • 1056–1066: Jules
  • c. 1068: Wilhelm I.
  • c. 1095: Arnold
  • c. 1120: Gottfried I.
  • 1121–1142: Gaspard I.
  • 1142–1170: Raimond I.
  • c. 1173: Guillaume II. de Risole
  • c. 1175: Pierre II.
  • c. 1178: Raimbaud
  • c. 1200: Gottfried II.
  • 1211–1218: Guillaume III.
  • 1224–1228: Isnard
  • c. 1230: Bertrand
  • 1233–1258: Guillaume IV. Béroard
  • 1258–1262: Guillaume V. de Barjols
  • 1263–1273: Raimond II. de Barjols
  • c. 1278: Pierre III. Rostaing
  • 1280–1288: Raimond III. de Mazan
  • c. 1292–1317: Berenger II. de Mazan
  • c. 1318–c. 1328: Eudes
  • 1330–c. 1345: Hugo
  • 1347–c. 1356: Gottfried III.
  • 1358–1365: Jean III. Roger
  • 1365–1375: Jean IV. Flandrini
  • 1375–1376: Guillaume VI. de L'Estrange
  • 1377–1394: Pierre IV.
  • 1399–1406: Jean V.
  • 1406–1407: Paul II. Camplon
  • 1408–1410: Benedict XIII (antipope)
  • 1411–1415: Louis I. de Fiesque
  • c. 1420: Charles Le Double
  • c. August–November 1424: Jacques I. Camplon
  • 1426–1446: Sagax de Comitibus
  • 1447–1448: Barthélémi Vitelleschi
  • 1448–1449: Guillaume VII. Soibert
  • 1449–1452: Georges II. d'Ornone
  • 1452–c. 1474: Michel L'Anglais
  • c. 1475: Jean VI. de Montmirail
  • 1475–1476: Giuliano della Rovere, who later became Pope Julius II
  • 1476–1481: Frédéric de Saluces
  • 1482–1514: Pierre V. de Valetariis
  • 1517–1547: Jacopo Sadoleto
  • 1547–1569: Paul III. Sadolet
  • 1569–1593: Jacques III. Sacratus
  • c. 1595–c. 1615: Horace Caponi
  • 1616–1630: Côme Bardi
  • 1630–1657: Alexandre Bichi
  • 1657–1661: Louis II. de Fortia de Montréal
  • 1662–6. December 1684: Gaspard II. de Vintimille
  • 1688–1690: Marcel Durazzo
  • 1691–22. April 1710: Laurent Buti
  • 1710–1733: François-Marie de Abbatibus
  • 1733–6. September 1757: Dominique-Joseph-Malachie d'Inguimbert
  • 12. December 1757 – 1776: Joseph I. Vignoli
  • 16. September 1776 – 1791: Joseph II. de Beni

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