Pope Alexander IV Customized Document
Pope Alexander IV was Pope from 12 December 1254 to his death in 1261. He canonized Saint Clare of Assisi, founder of the religious order called the Poor Clares. He also confirmed the reality of the stigmata of St. Francis of Assisi. He also issued the Bull "Quod super" that alleged witchcraft was not to be investigated by Inquisitors of the Church, who were appointed to deal with heresy, but to be left to local authorities. He issued a number of documents and bulls during his reign including ones associated with the Order of St. Lazarus.
The seal or Bulla above shows Alexander's number given as IIII, the medieval way to show Roman numeral 4. This seal is as on some of our other Papal Bulls, double sided and will hang from a cord placed between the front and reverse.
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