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There have been fourteen popes named Clement.
- Pope Clement I saint, (88–98)
- Pope Clement II (1046–1047)
- Pope Clement III (1187–1191)
- Pope Clement IV (1265–1268)
- Pope Clement V (1305–1314) — known for suppressing the Knights Templar; and moving papacy to Avignon
- Pope Clement VI (1342–1352) — known for reigning during the Black Death
- Pope Clement VII (1523–1534) — known for enduring the violent Sack of Rome, during which he was imprisoned in Castel Sant’Angelo; and for refusing to annul the marriage of Henry VIII of England, prompting the English Reformation
- Pope Clement VIII (1592–1605)
- Pope Clement IX (1667–1669)
- Pope Clement X (1670–1676)
- Pope Clement XI (1700–1721)
- Pope Clement XII (1730–1740)
- Pope Clement XIII (1758–1769)
- Pope Clement XIV (1769–1774)
There have also been three antipopes named Clement.
- Antipope Clement III (1080–1085)
- Antipope Clement VII (1378–1394) First Avignon Pope
- Antipope Clement VIII (1423–1429)
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