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Ancient Diocese of Lombez

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Ancient Diocese of Lombez

The former French Catholic diocese of Lombez 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. Its see was Lombez Cathedral in Gascony.

Bishops

  • Arnaud-Roger de Comminges 1317-1328
  • Jacques Colonna 1328-1341
  • Antoine 1341-1348
  • Bertrand de Coznac 1348-1351
  • Roger 1353-1360
  • Guillaume 1360
  • Jean 1363
  • Guillaume 1363-1375
  • Arnaud 1379-1383
  • Pierre de Paris 1386
  • Jean Hiltalinger 1389-1392
  • Raymond de Bretennes 1416
  • Arnaud de Mirepoix 1417
  • Pierre de Foix 1425-c.1460, cardinal, administrator
  • 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), 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).
  • References

    Ancient Diocese of Lombez Wikipedia


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