We have shown/proven that the first 45 "popes"are fake and really match the Roman emperors list. Since the first 45 "popes" are really the Roman emperors then we can assume that all "popes" since are also secret emperors; but we are not sure whether popes after #45 do or do not match the known historical Roman emperors (heirs) (lists), and/or what date the "popes" cease to match the known historical emperors (heirs) lists (seemingly probably sometime between the 45th and 190th "popes"?). There are some seeming matches of "popes" and known historical emperors/heirs between after the 45th pope and before the 190th pope, but we haven't been able yet to thoroughly enough research them all. Gregory 1 is the first pope in list of Popes in Oxford dictionary.
"(64th) Pope Gregory 1 the Great" may not be a fake, but he seemingly possibly could be be a fake and may possibly match any one of these candidates: emperor Maurice (East), Theodosius (East), or Romanus (Ravenna Exarch), [or a duke of Rome,] Romanus (Lombard Italy king), or Agilulf (Lombard Italy), [or a Lombard duke,] or Reccared (Visigoth Spain)? It seems that Romanus or Callinicus (&/or Agilulf) is the most likely candidate? As everyone knows, orthodox academics are always (unfairly/untruly) dismissing "myths" as fiction, so why can't the popes possibly be semi-fictional?
- pope Gregory 1 name St Gregory/Gregorio/Gregorius Magnus/Magno/"the Great". (Gregory means "watch/awaken [~vigilant]" (Greek), and/or associated with "flock [~shepherd]"(Latin).) Contemporary of Gregory of Tours. - emperor Maurice (Eastern emperor): Name (general) Maurice, born Cappadocia (the 4th cent St Gregory was also born in Cappadocia) [St George of Cappadocia?] (Eastern/Byzantine ~ Greek??) - Agilulf (Lombard Italy) name 'Agilulf/Agilulphus rex' is maybe similar consonants to Gregory?? [Gregory = Vigilantius ~ Victuria (Agilulf crown plaque)??] "Agilulf met the pope in person". - Reccared (Visigoth Spain): name Reccard is maybe a wee bit similar to Gregory?? - Romanus (Lombard Italy): Name Romanus possibly similar to (Gregorio) Magnus?? [There were 2 dukes of Benevento called Gregory just a couple of centuries later.] - Romanus (Exarch of Ravenna): name Romanus possibly similar to Magnus?? (There is also a later Gregory c 666 ad in Ravenna exarchs list.) He recovered Reggio (which name is possibly like Gregorio?) (Exarch Romanus "thorn in side of pope Gregory 1".) [exarch ~ egregora??] - Callinicus (Ravenna): name patrician Gallinicus/Callinicus/Kallinikos/Gallicini patrici. (Often the "popes" names are similar names starting with same letter.) (Callinicus "proved to be more conciliatory to Pope [Gregory 1]" / "was a man ... well disposed towards the pope".)
- pope Gregory 1: Exarch Romanus "thorn in side of pope Gregory 1" ["inside"? "in the flesh"? cf Paul?] ("the pope wrote to a friend at Ravenna a letter (Epistle 5.34) threatening....") "The last years of Gregory's life were filled with every kind of suffering." - Lombard (King/Duchy)/Italy &/or Byzantine/Eastern/Ravenna/Rome: Lombards versus Byzantines? Romanus "thorn in side" vs Callinicus "more conciliatory/well-disposed"? (Lombards invaded and war broke out after Callinicus' aggressive act of abducting the Lombard king's daughter. Callinicus was recalled.)
- pope Gregory 1 reigned 590-592-604, 13 yrs, 50 yo - 64 yo; [b 540]. - emp Maurice (East) reigned 582-590-602; [51 yo in 590]; b 539. - co-emp Theodosius (East) reigned 590[-602?] - Romanus (Lombard Italy) reigned 590-591. - Romanus (Ravenna): reigned 589-592-596/7. (Recovered 6 districts in 1st year.) - Callinicus (Rvaenna) 596-602/603. - Agilulf (Lombard Italy): reigned 591-598-605-616.
- pope Gregory 1 Gregory is a name of Greek origin (and also came to be associated with a Latin word/meaning.) Also revered as St in Eastern Christianity/Orthodoxy. Induced the Emperor to recognise the primacy of the bishop of Rome. "born Rome, Eastern Roman Empire." Primacy of Rome in the West [&/or England]. - emp Maurice (East) "the Eastern emperor was considered the senior emperor" - Romanus (Lombard): His name 'Romanus'. - Romanus (Ravenna) "marched to Rome, where he was received with imperial honours." Romanus was Eastern/Byzantine exarch of Ravenna. [Romagna?] [Duchy of Rome?] (Ravenna became capital of West Rom Emp under Honorius.) (Romanus thought it more prudent to remain in central Italy.) - Agilulf: Agilulf crossed into central Italy and even threatened Rome. "Agilulf marched on Rome, arriving there probably some time in June, 593." [- Callinicus: is a Greek name?]
- pope Gregory 1 depicted with crown/"tiara" & red robe; depicted on a throne; depicted with a Roman imperial eagle. "born Rome, Eastern Roman Empire." (Greg 1 makes xtian ch exceedingly strong.) [The name Augustine related to Augustus "venerable".] "he certainly regarded himself as "superior in place and rank" to the exarch (Epistle 2.14)" "he made himself in Italy a power stronger than emperor or exarch" "the famous phrase referring to Gregory as consul Dei." He held position of Regionarius. - emp Maurice (east): Was emperor. Italy was under Lombards and part under Byzantine empire at the time. "the Eastern emperor was considered the senior emperor" "appealing to the Byzantine Emperor Maurice in 595, but this proved fruitless, given the fact that Maurice saw more emphasis in maintaining a link between Ravenna and the Balkans" - Agilulf (Lombard): King of Lombards/rex totius Italiae (heirs of W Rom Emp). "the question of what constitutes an emperor can be ambiguous, and dating the "fall of the Western Empire" arbitrary" Agilulf on throne in helmet plaque [like a Roman emperor]? Helmet plaque of Agilulf depicts an orb with cross on it (like the one Francis gave to Eliz which bbc said reps "christian" royal over world). In 605, he was recognized by the emperor Phocas. (He consolidated Lombard power in 598.) (The Lombards were acknowledged as sovereign rulers of the lands in their possession in 598.) - Romanus (Ravenna): Was exarch of Ravenna (of/for Eastern/Byzantine Empire/Emperor). (Exarch = "representative, of the emperor".) "Constantinople, where the exarch was in high favour" "The seat of government was far from Rome in Constantinople, which appeared unable to undertake the relief of Italy." "Romanus the exarch. Wholly ignoring the papal peace, he gathered all his troops, attacked and regained Perugia, and then marched to Rome, where he was received with imperial honours."
- pope Gregory 1: Relinquished/gave-up a high office (praetor of Rome) to become a monk. Had been a monk. - emp Maurice (East): had become an official (and later a general). - Romanus (Lombard): [The end date of his short reign coincides with the start date of the popes reign, which may possibly match gave up high office??] - Romanus (Ravenna) Was exarch of Ravenna (pun "ex & arch"?) (Romanus thought it more prudent to remain in central Italy. "preferred to remain in sulky inactivity at Ravenna." "Frustrated with the lack of support he received from the Exarch....") [Duchy of Rome?] - Callinicus: was a patrician. (was recalled.)
- Pope Gregory 1: "not Angles but Angels..." Sent Augustine to convert English. - Agilulf (Lombard): Agilulf flanked by angels shown ushering christian worshippers into his presence, on a helmet plaque? Agilulf might possibly be "Augustine" (he may have been sent away by Romanus?) - Callinicus: [name means "beauty" (Greek)? He was recalled possibly sent away to England??]
- pope Gregory: Was "pope"; Was "Pontifex Maximus". ("496 The first pope to achieve the Pontifex Maximus is Anastasius II.") Father of xtian worship. (Greg 1 makes xtian ch exceedingly strong.) [Papists always claiming "authority" of Pope/"Peter".] 1st serv dei. - Agilulf (Lombard): Agilulf flanked by angels shown ushering christian worshippers into his presence, on a helmet plaque? Agilulf helmet plaque has a papal "Tiara"/crown in it? Helmet plaque of Agilulf depicts an orb with cross on it (like the one Francis gave to Eliz which bbc said reps "christian" royal over world). "they adopted the Arian denomination, not the Roman faith. In 603, under the influence of his wife, he abandoned Arianism for Catholicism" - Romanus: Was exarch (an exarch is between patriarch and metroplitan). "tried to circumvent Romanus' authority"