High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Pope Martin I, born near
Todi, Umbria in the place now named after him (Pian di San
Martino), was pope from 649 to 653, succeeding Pope Theodore I in
July 5, 649. The only pope during the Byzantine Papacy whose
election was not approved by a iussio from Constantinople, Martin I
was abducted by Constans II and died in the Crimean peninsula. He
is considered a martyr by the Catholic Church.
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