Leo V, Pope of Rome
Deposed after thirty days as pope, Leo V was elected in August of 903. He had been the priest at Priapi near Ardea, and little else is known of his life. Christopher, who succeeded him, was ousted by Sergius III, who had both his rivals thrown in prison. Christopher and Leo are believed to have died in 904, although one contemporary account says that Christopher did not die in prison.
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