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==Opposition arguments from early church history==
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* The church at Rome was founded (or more formally organised) by both Peter and [[Paul the Apostle|Paul]]. As no particular ''charism'' or primacy attaches to Paul, then it is not from his co-foundation of the church of Rome that the Roman Pontiff claims primacy.
* As many Sees are of Peter, Peter serves as an archetype of "Apostle".