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Pope Gelasius I

Gelasius I was bishop of Rome and thereby Pope from about 492 till about 496.

In 494 he delineated the relationship between church and state.

preceded by Pope Felix III (483-492)
succeeded by Pope Anastasius II (496-498)



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