Martin V

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Martin V

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(Biography) original name Oddone Colonna. 1368–1431, pope (1417–31). His election at the Council of Constance brought to an end the Great Schism
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Noun1.Martin V - Italian pope from 1417 to 1431 whose election as pope ended the Great Schism (1368-1431)
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But if the method was revolutionary, the choice was very conventional: Oddo Colonna, Pope Martin V, a representative of the Roman nobility that for centuries had been deeply involved in papal politics.
In 1419, Pope Martin V was staying in Florence on his way to Rome when he heard boys in the street chanting: "Papa Martino non vale un quattrino" (Pope Martin is not worth a penny).
Pope Martin V designated the first Holy Door in the Basilica of St.