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Stefan Vancza (Hungarian: Báncsa István) (d. July 9, 1270) was the first Hungarian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church, the bishop of Palestrina, and the archbishop and administrator of Esztergom.
Role in conclaves
Vancza participated in the papal elections of December 8 - 12, 1254 (that elected Alexander IV), October 1264 - February 5, 1265 (Clement IV), and November 1268 - September 1, 1271, the longest papal election in history, during which he died on July 9, 1270.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 This date is according to all of the sources consulted except J. P. Adams Sede Vacante 1268-71, which indicates that he still subscribed a letter dated August 22, 1270 and died in 1272, during pontificate of Gregory X
- ↑ Miranda, Salvator. 1997. "XIII Century (1198-1303)."
- ↑ Howorth, Henry Hoyle. 1876. History of the Mongols: From the 9th to the 19th Century. Longmans, Green, and Co. p. 151.
- ↑ Rosa, Mario, Levillain, ed., 2002, "Curia", The Papacy: An Encyclopedia, Routledge, ISBN 0415922283. p. 468.
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Miranda, Salvator. 1997. "Papal elections and conclaves of the XIII Century (1216-1294)."
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