Archbishops of Canterbury Archbishops of York Popes

Archbishops of Canterbury Archbishops of York Popes
   Henry Chichele (1414–1443)
   Henry Bower (1407–1423)
   Nicholas V (1447–1455)
   John Stafford (1443–1452)
   John Kempe (1426–1452)
   Calixtus III (1455–1458)
   John Kempe (1452–1454)
   William Booth (1452–1464)
   Pius II (1458–1464)
   Thomas Bourchier (1454–1486)
   George Neville (1465–1476)
   Paul II (1464–1471)
   John Morton (1486–1500)
   Lawrence Booth (1476–1480)
   Sixtus IV (1471–1484)
   Thomas Rotherham (1480–1500)
   Innocent VIII (1484–1492)
   Alexander VI (1492–1503)

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