Hesitating to do so, the inquisitors applied to Alexander IV.
Less questionable was the interference, in 1255, of Alexander IV.
Innocent died before the negotiations were completed, but Alexander IV.
Alexander IV himself described the corruption of the people as proceeding from the clergy.
The earliest authentic instance of the right to wear them being granted to a non-bishop is a bull of Alexander IV.
During the first and second years of the pontificate of pope Alexander IV.
Some ten years later the vacillating policy of Alexander IV.
The death of Alexander IV, soon after the publication of his bull tied the hands of the king.