Ancient Diocese of Lombez

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The former French Catholic diocese of Lombez[1] existed from 1317 to the French Revolution. It was suppressed by the Concordat of 1801, its territory going to the diocese of Bayonne and the archdiocese of Toulouse.[2] Its see was Lombez Cathedral in Gascony.

Cathédrale Sainte Marie de Lombez.

Bishops[edit]

  • Arnaud-Roger de Comminges 1317-1328
  • Jacques Colonna 1328-1341
  • Antoine 1341-1348
  • Bertrand de Coznac[3] 1348-1351
  • Roger 1353-1360
  • Guillaume 1360
  • Jean 1363
  • Guillaume 1363-1375
  • Arnaud 1379-1383
  • Pierre de Paris 1386
  • Jean Hiltalinger[4] 1389-1392
  • Raymond de Bretennes 1416
  • Arnaud de Mirepoix 1417
  • Pierre de Foix 1425-c.1460, cardinal, administrator[5]
  • Gérard Garsias de Charne 1430-1450
  • Gerard d’Aure c.1456-1460
  • Sanche Garcias 1466-1472
  • Jean de Villiers de La Groslaye (also Jean Bilhères de Lagraulas),[6] 1473-1499
  • Denis de Villiers 1499-1510
  • Savari d'Ornézan 1513-1528
  • Bernard d'Ornézan 1528-1552
  • Antoine Olivier 1556
  • Pierre de Lancrau 1561-1598
  • Jean Daffis 1598-1614
  • Bernard Daffis 1614-1628
  • Jean Daffis 1628-1655
  • Nicolas Le Maistre 1661
  • Jean-Jacques Séguier de La Verrière 1662-1678
  • Côme Roger 1681-1710
  • Antoine Fagon 1711-1719
  • Charles-Guillaume de Maupeou 1721-1732
  • Jacques Richier de Cerizy 1751-1771
  • François de Pons de Salignac de La Mothe-Fénelon 1771-1787
  • Alexandre-Henri de Chauvigny de Blot 1787-1790, last bishop. The diocese was suppressed (1790).

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