It was in 1245, or perhaps the year before, that Innocent IV.
Yet this explanation was originally given by Innocent IV in 1245.
But with a new pope the old quarrel was resumed, Innocent IV.
The inquisitors had in their archives a bull of Innocent IV.
The present building cannot be older than 1253 when it was rebuilt after a great fire, and consecrated by Innocent IV.
The exemption from the jurisdiction of the ordinary of royal chapels is recognized by a bull of Innocent IV.
Innocent IV adopted it in 1252, but only secular authorities were to use it.
Crescenzio sympathized with the laxer party, and applied to Innocent IV.
Fierce passions on either side were raging, and Innocent IV.
Technically only twice, the excommunication of 1245 was a renewal by Innocent IV of that of 1239.