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Pape Honorius

Author of The Great Grimoire of Pope Honorius III

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As the author of a grimoire, "Pope Honorius" is presumably a pseudonym. It is traditional to attribute this work to Pope Honorius III (1150-1227), but it is possible the original intent was to attribute the text to Pope Honorius I (d.638), who has the unusual distinction of being the only Pope to have been formally anathematized.

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As the author of a grimoire, "Pope Honorius" is presumably a pseudonym. It is traditional to attribute this work to Pope Honorius III (1150-1227), but it is possible the original intent was to attribute the text to Pope Honorius I (d.638), who has the unusual distinction of being the only Pope to have been formally anathematized.

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