1911 Encyclopædia Britannica/Anencletus
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ANENCLETUS, or Anacletus, second bishop of Rome. About the 4th century he is treated in the catalogues as two persons—Anacletus and Cletus. According to the catalogues he occupied the papal chair for twelve years (c. 77-88).