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Yohanes XVI (kr. 945 – kr. 1001; nama lahir bahasa Yunani: Ιωάννης Φιλάγαθος, Ioannis Philagathos';[1] bahasa Italia: Giovanni Filagato; bahasa Latin: Johannes Philagathus) merupakan seoranf Anti-Paus dari 997 sampai 998.[2]

Yohanes XVI
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Anti-Paus Yohanes XVI (997–998)
Instalasi997
Akhir Masa Jabatan998
PendahuluAnti-Paus Bonifasius VII
PenggantiAnti-Paus Gregorius VI
Data Diri
Nama lahirIoannis Philagathos
Lahirkr. 945
Rossano, Calabria, Italia
Wafatkr. 1001
Fulda, Jerman
DenominasiKatolik Roma
Paus lain bernama Yohanes

Yohanes merupakan keturunan Yunani[3][4][5] dan berasal dari Rossano, Calabria, Italia selatan.[6]

Karena ia bukan Paus yang sah, tiga Paus berikutnya yang dinamai Yohanes, Yohanes XVII, Yohanes XVIII dan Yohanes XIX, memakai nomor jabatan XVI, XVII dan XVIII

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  1. ^ Rocca, Silvana (2004). Latina didaxis 19. Compagnia dei librai. hlm. 234. ISBN 978-88-88784-27-4. Othon learnt the Greek letters and culture by his mother and by the Greek monk from Kalavria, Ioannis Philagathos. The influence of the Greek culture to his personality contributed in being his personality analogous to that of the kings of Byzantium. 
  2. ^ "John (XVI) (antipope [997–998]". www.britannica.com. Diakses tanggal -December-9-2010. John (XVI), original name Giovanni Filagato, Latin Johannes Philagathus (b. , Rossano, Calabria—d. Aug. 26, 1001), antipope from 997 to 998. 
  3. ^ "John (XVI) (antipope [997–998]". www.britannica.com. Diakses tanggal -December-9-2010. John (XVI), original name Giovanni Filagato, Latin Johannes Philagathus (b. , Rossano, Calabria—d. Aug. 26, 1001), antipope from 997 to 998. A monk of Greek descent whom the Holy Roman emperor Otto II named abbot of the monastery of Nonantola, Italy, he attained an influential position at the court of Otto’s widow, the empress Theophano. 
  4. ^ Bunson, Matthew (1995). The pope encyclopedia: an A to Z of the Holy See. Crown Trade Paperbacks. hlm. 196. ISBN 978-0-517-88256-6. JOHN XVI Antipope from 997 to 998, a Greek from Calabria, Giovanni Filagato had a long career that was much assisted by the imperial court. 
  5. ^ Duckett, Eleanor Shipley (1988). Death and Life in the Tenth Century. University of Michigan Press. hlm. 124. ISBN 978-0-472-06172-3. This John, known as John Philagathos, Greek by birth, was a native of Rossano in Calabria, southern Italy 
  6. ^ Duckett, Eleanor Shipley (1988). Death and Life in the Tenth Century. University of Michigan Press. hlm. 124. ISBN 978-0-472-06172-3. This John, known as John Philagathos, Greek by birth, was a native of Rossano in Calabria, southern Italy 

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