Julius Excluded from Heaven
Julius Excluded from Heaven (Latin: Julius exclusus de caelis) is a dialogue that was written in 1514, commonly attributed to the Dutch humanist and theologian Desiderius Erasmus. It involves Pop...
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Tomb of Pope Julius II
The Tomb of Pope Julius II is a sculptural and architectural ensemble by Michelangelo and his assistants, originally commissioned in 1505 but not completed until 1545 on a much reduced scale. Original...
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Conciliabulum of Pisa
The Fifth Council of the Lateran (1512–1517) is the Eighteenth Ecumenical Council to be recognized by the Roman Catholic Church and the last one before the Protestant Reformation.
When elected pop...
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Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Catania
The archdiocese of Catania (Latin: Archidioecesis Catanensis) is a Roman Catholic ecclesiastic territory in Sicily, southern Italy, with its seat in Catania. It was elevated to an archdiocese in 1...
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Cardinal electors for the 1503 papal conclaves
Two papal conclaves were held in 1503.The first conclave was held following the death of Pope Alexander VI on August 18, 1503. This conclave lasted from September 16, 1503 to September 22, 1503 and e...
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Fifth Council of the Lateran
The Fifth Council of the Lateran (1512–1517) is the Eighteenth Ecumenical Council to be recognized by the Roman Catholic Church and the last one before the Protestant Reformation.
When elected pop...
Walter of Palearia
Walter of Palear (or Palearia, also Gualtiero da Pagliaria; died 1229 or 1231) was the chancellor of the Kingdom of Sicily under Queen Constance and the Emperor Henry VI. He was also the bishop of Tro...
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Diego Ramírez de Guzmán
Diego Ramirez de Guzman (-1508) became the bishop of Catania, Italy on 26 June 1500, after having been promoted previously to bishop of Lugo, Spain, on 7 February 1500 . He replaced there Spanish bis...
Marino Caracciolo
Marino Caracciolo (1468 – January 28, 1538) was a Neapolitan cardinal and diplomat in the service of Emperor Charles V.Born in Naples into one of the most important families in the Kingdom of Naples, ...
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John of Ajello
John of Ajello (died 4 February 1169) was the Bishop of Catania from November 1167 until his death. He was a brother of the chancellor Matthew of Ajello.Since the death of the last incumbent 1162 the ...
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Gerardus Odonis
Gerardus Odonis, (born probably at Châteauroux, in the present department of Indre, France, 1285; died at Catania, Sicily in 1349) was a French theologian and Minister General of the Franciscan Order....
Papal conclave, October 1503
The papal conclave of October 1503 elected Giuliano della Rovere as Pope Julius II to succeed Pope Pius III. The conclave took place during the Italian Wars barely a month after the papal conclave, Se...
Pope Julius II
Pope Julius II (Latin: Iulius II; 5 December 1443 – 21 February 1513), nicknamed "The Fearsome Pope" and "The Warrior Pope", born Giuliano della Rovere, was Pope from 1 November 1503 to his death ...
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Art patronage of Julius II
Pope Julius II, who was pope from 1503-1513, commissioned a series of highly influential art and architecture projects in Rome. The painting of the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo and va...
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Portrait of Pope Julius II (Raphael)
Portrait of Pope Julius II is an oil painting of 1511–12 by the Italian High Renaissance painter Raphael. The portrait of Pope Julius II was unusual for its time and would carry a long influence on pa...
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Birillus
Birillus (died 90 AD) of Antioch was an early Christian saint. He was ordained to the priesthood by Saint Peter and became the first evangelizer and the first bishop of Catania in Sicily .