(Nicholas Breakspear) c1100–59, only Englishman to become pope, 1154–59.
In short, it is nothing better than a logical solecism, to wish to maintain that two such popes as Adrian IV.
Pope Adrian IV Richard Raby
original name Nicholas Breakspear. ?1100–59, the only English pope (1154–59)
- Adrian quist
adjective (Austral, slang) intoxicated; drunk
- Adrian v
died 1276, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1276.
- Adrian vi
1459–1523, Dutch ecclesiastic: pope 1522–23. Historical Examples Adrian VI died on the 14th September 1523, before the end of the second year of his pontificate. History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Volume V J. H. Merle d’Aubigné
- Edgar adrian
Edgar Douglas, 1889–1977, English physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1932. (Gilbert) 1903–59, U.S. fashion and costume designer. . a city in SE Michigan. a male given name: from a Latin word meaning “from Hadria,” an ancient city in northern Italy. noun Edgar Douglas, Baron Adrian. 1889–1977, English physiologist, noted particularly for his research into the […]