The popes Marcellinus, Sixtus III., Stephen IV.
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Julius, who owed his rise in life to the favour of his uncle Sixtus IV.
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Federigo, Count of Montefeltro, had been created Duke of Urbino by Pope Sixtus IV.
"Women of the Romance Countries (Illustrated)" by John R Effinger
Printed at Rome by Philippus de Lignamine, courtier and physician to Sixtus IV.
"The Old English Herbals" by Eleanour Sinclair Rohde
In 1482 he again visited Italy and received the Golden Rose from Pope Sixtus IV.
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Sixtus IV was the son of a peasant.
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It was perhaps first published to meet the rush of German pilgrims to Rome at the Jubilee of Pope Sixtus IV, 1475.
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In 1478 he allied himself with Pope Sixtus IV.
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The republic was at war with Sixtus IV., who had taken part in the Pazzi conspiracy.
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It was several years before Sixtus IV.
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In the only picture that remains to us of the series executed by Perugino in Rome for Sixtus IV.
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In the reign of Sixtus IV.
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Externally his influence was thrown into the scale for peace, and, on the death of Sixtus IV.
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Not satisfied with having obtained from Sixtus IV.
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Among the cardinals nominated by Sixtus IV.
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When, in 1474, famine led Sixtus IV.
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He entreated Pope Sixtus IV.
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Riario, nephew to Pope Sixtus IV.
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Sixtus IV., Alexander VI., Innocent VIII., Julius II.
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We have said that Pope Sixtus IV.
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