Talk:Pope Alexander I

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When did we start this Pope+name convention?


See MichaelTinkler (this morning, U.S.A. EST, someone put in a buncha Pope Alexanders. I'm kinda convinced, but confused enough about how the various systems are supposed to/going to work that I'm just going to edit entries and say to hell with the nomenclature until it shakes itself out. MichaelTinkler


I used the convention when Wikifying the EB11 article titles, because it was a good way to disambiguate Pope Alexander from various Kings Alexander, Pope Anastasius from Emperor Anastasius, etc. It's also a common English idiom (i.e., people generally do say "Pope John Paul II"). --LDC


I think this is an excellent idea, myself. There's definitely an ambiguity/namespace problem when it comes to people referred to by just one name, particularly royalty. --LMS


Agree as well: probably "most people" would use the title automatically (especially when the names are fairly common) in searching etc.

Do any of the other Popes (the various Patriarchs going by that title) share common names with the Popes of Rome (using this term for clarity in this context)?

Jackiespeel 18:43, 21 September 2005 (UTC)

Place of death[edit]

Is it correct to say that he died in "Rome, Italy"? Rome wasn't part of Italy in the second century.—♦♦ SʘʘTHING(Я) 08:43, 24 March 2006 (UTC)

dates not in Annuario Pontifico[edit]

Where are the "definitive" dates being gotten from, if they are not the dates in the Annuario Pontifico? john k (talk) 02:56, 8 January 2008 (UTC)