ElectionHe was appointed at a young age (~18-21) as Pope, by Marozia. In 932, Marozia and her new husband, King Hugh of Italy, were overthrown by Marozia's son, Alberic II, who imprisoned his mother, where she later died. Pope John XI then fell subject to his half-brother, Alberic II, who took control of the church. Pope John XI was beaten and placed in prison, where he later died from poisoning.
904-963: The Rule of the Harlots in the Vatican
913-959: Eastern Roman Emperor, Constantine VII
919-944: Eastern Roman Emperor, Romanus I
919-936: King of Germany, Henry I (the Fowler)
922-933: King of Italy, Rudolf II of Burgundy
923-936: King of West Francia, Rudolph
933-947: King of Italy, Hugh of Arles