Ancient Diocese of Orange

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Interior of Orange Cathedral

The former French Catholic diocese of Orange existed in south-east France, until the French Revolution. After the Concordat of 1801, it was suppressed, and its territory went to the diocese of Avignon.[1]

Bishops[edit]

To 1000[edit]

  • Saint-Luce c.300
  • Eradius c.356
  • Constance 381
  • Marin 433
  • Just c.440-c.455
  • Saint-Eutrope v.455-475
  • Verus
  • Saint-Florent 517-524
  • Vindemialis 527-549
  • Matthieu 555
  • Trapecius 584
  • Salicus 788-798
  • Boniface v.820-839
  • Laudon v.840
  • Pons I v.852
  • Gémard I 855-v.862
  • Gémard II 879
  • Ebroin 910
  • Pons II 914
  • Pons III 982

1000 to 1300[edit]

  • Odalric c.1000 or 1020
  • Martin 1058
  • Géraud c.1070
  • Guillaume I c.1080-1098
  • Bérenger 1107-1127
  • Gérard 1128-1129
  • Guillaume II 1130-1138
  • Guillaume III 1139-1140
  • Bernard 1141-c.1170
  • Pierre I 1173
  • Hugues Florent c.1180
  • Arnoul 1182-c.1198
  • Guillaume Elie 1200-1221
  • Amicus 1222-c.1240
  • Pierre II c.1240-1271
  • Josselin 1272-c.1278
  • Guillaume V c.1280-1284
  • Guillaume D'Espinouse 1285-1321

1300 to 1500[edit]

  • Rostaing I 1322-1324
  • Hugues 1324-1328
  • Pierre III 1329-1342
  • Guillaume VII 1343-1348
  • Jean de Revol 1349-1350
  • Guillaume VIII 1350-1351
  • François de Caritat 1373-1387
  • Pierre Didaci 1389-1413
  • Georges de Grano 1413-1414
  • Bertrand de Tarascon 1414
  • Raimond de Gras 1416-1417
  • Pierre D'Ailly 1417-1422
  • Guillaume IX 1422-1427
  • Guillaume X 1429-v.1447
  • Bertrand III 1438-v.1442
  • Antoine Ferrier v.1444-1450
  • Jean Payer 1454-1466
  • Guyot Adhémar 1466-1468
  • Jean Gobert 1468-1476
  • Pierre de Surville 1476-1480
  • Laurent Alleman 1481-1483
  • Pierre Carré 1483-1510

1500 to 1790[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Orange (Diocese) [Catholic-Hierarchy]