• Popé

    Popé

    Popé or Po'pay (/ˈpoʊpeɪ/; c. 1630 – c. 1688) was a Tewa religious leader from Ohkay Owingeh (renamed San Juan Pueblo by the Spanish during the colonial period), who led the Pueblo Revolt in 1680 against Spanish colonial rule. In the first successful revolt against the Spanish, the Pueblo expelled the colonists and kept them out of the territory for twelve years.

  • Pope

    Pope

    The pope (Latin: papa from Greek: πάππας pappas, "father"), also known as the supreme pontiff (from Latin pontifex maximus "greatest priest"), is the Bishop of Rome and ex officio leader of the worldwide Catholic Church. Since 1929, the pope has also been head of state of Vatican City, a city-state entirely enclaved within Rome, Italy. The current pope is Francis, who was elected on 13 March 2013, succeeding Benedict XVI.

  • Malik Pope

    Malik Pope

    Malik Pope (born on 1997 and raised in Elk Grove, California) is an American student and basketball player. He plays for San Diego State Aztecs and is affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association.

  • Landon Pope

    Landon Pope

    Landon Pope is an American baseball player from Peachtree City, Georgia who plays as a shortstop.

  • Mike Pope

    Michael L. "Mike" Pope (born March 14, 1942) is an American former tight ends coach in the National Football League. He is best known as the tight ends coach for the New York Giants, serving on all four of their Super Bowl Championship teams.

  • Greta Pope

    Greta Pope

    Greta Pope is an American jazz singer, songwriter, bandleader and radio host. An international entertainer, Greta Pope and the Greta Pope Jazz Ensemble have performed throughout Europe, the Far East, South America, the Caribbean, Canada and the United States. She is the two-time winner of the International Music Festival in Bucharest, Romania where she also served as an English speaking television commentator. She was one of the first American entertainers to perform in Bucharest Romania after the Romanian Revolution of 1989.

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