Guilio de' Medici is elected Pope Clement VII, a post he holds
until his death in 1534. His skill in diplomacy was not matched by
his piety, and he was known as a strikingly worldly Pope. It was
under his pontificate that the Sack of Rome was carried out by
mutinous troops of Charles V, and Clement was forced to spend six
months as a prisoner in the Castel Sant'Angelo.
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