Giovanni Battista Caprara
Giovanni Battista Caprara Montecuccoli (1733 – 1810) was an Italian statesman and cardinal and archbishop of Milan from 1802 to 1810. Legate of Pius VII in France, he implemented the Concordat of 1801...
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Pietro Ottoboni (cardinal)
Pietro Ottoboni (2 July 1667 – 29 February 1740) was an Italian cardinal and grandnephew of Pope Alexander VIII (who was also born Pietro Ottoboni). He is remembered especially as a great patron of mu...
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Tolomeo Gallio
Tolomeo Gallio (also spelled Gallo and Galli; 25 September 1527 - 3 or 4 February 1607) was an Italian Cardinal.In the time of Pope Gregory XIII, he acted as papal secretary of state (in office 1572 t...
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Sebastiano Antonio Pighini
Sebastiano Antonio Pighini (1500–1553) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Sebastiano Antonio Pighini was born in Arceto, near Scandiano, on September 17, 1500, the son of Grazio Pi...
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Francesco Sforza (cardinal)
Francesco Sforza (1562–1624) was an Italian cardinal and bishop.
A member of the House of Sforza, Francesco Sforza was born in Parma on 6 November 1562, the son of Sforza Sforza and his second wif...
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Giovanni Ottavio Manciforte Sperelli
Giovanni Ottavio Manciforte Sperelli (1730–1781) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Giovanni Ottavio Manciforte Sperelli was born in Assisi on February 23, 1730, the son of Marquis...
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Antonio Marcello Barberini
Antonio Marcello Barberini (18 November 1569 – 11 September 1646) was an Italian cardinal and the younger brother of Maffeo Barberini, later Pope Urban VIII. He is sometimes referred to as Antonio the...
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Pietro Maria Borghese
Pietro Maria Borghese (1599 - 15 June 1642) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal.
Borghese was born in 1599 in Siena, the son of Marcantonio Borghese and Camilla Orsini. Despite the rampant nepotism t...
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Emidio Taliani
Emidio Taliani (19 April 1838—24 August 1907) was an Italian Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. He served as Nuncio to Austria from 1896 to 1903, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1903....
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Ulderico Carpegna
Ulderico Carpegna (24 June 1595 – 24 January 1679) was an Italian jurist and Cardinal. Born at Scavolino, he was from a family of the Roman nobility, connected with the Montefeltro family.He became bi...
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Lorenzo Strozzi
Lorenzo Strozzi (December 3, 1513 – December 14, 1571) was an Italian abbot and cardinal. He was the son of Filippo Strozzi, a member of the powerful Strozzi family of Florence, and Clarice de' Medici...
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Federico Baldissera Bartolomeo Cornaro
Federico Baldissera Bartolomeo Cornaro (16 November 1579 – 5 June 1653) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal and Patriarch of Venice.
Cornaro was born in Venice on 16 November 1579, the son of Doge Gi...
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Niccola Clarelli Parracciani
Niccola Clarelli Parracciani (12 April 1799 – 7 July 1872) was a Catholic Cardinal and was Arch-Priest of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican.He was also Camerlengo of the Sacred College of Card...
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Cardinal of Urbino
Holders of the title Cardinal of Urbino have included:
Giovanni Ricci
Giovanni Ricci (1498–1574) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Giovanni Ricci was born in Montepulciano on November 1, 1498, the son of Pietro Antonio Ricci. Disliking his stepmoth...
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Giovanni Berardi
Giovanni Berardi (1380 – January 21, 1449), Italian Cardinal, of the counts of Tagliacozzo, was elected Archbishop of Taranto in 1421, and occupied the see until December 1439, when Pope Eugenius IV r...
Giovanni de' Medici (cardinal)
Giovanni di Cosimo I de' Medici (29 September 1544 – 20 November 1562), also known as Giovanni de' Medici the Younger, was an Italian cardinal.
He was born in Florence, the second son of Cosimo I ...
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Fazio Giovanni Santori
Fazio Giovanni Santori (1447–1510) (called the Cardinal of Cesena) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Fazio Giovanni Santori was born in Viterbo in 1447. He was educated at the Un...
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Cosma Orsini
Cosma Orsini (died 1481) (called Cardinal Orsini) was an Italian Roman Catholic bishop and cardinal.
Cosma Orsini was born in Rome in the 1420s, the son of Gentile Migliorati of Fermo, and his wif...
Antonmaria Sauli
Antonio Maria Sauli (sometimes Antonio Sauli) (1541–1623) was the Archbishop of Genoa and later a Roman Catholic Cardinal, serving as the dean of the College of Cardinals for the last three years of h...
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Alessandro Lualdi
Alessandro Lualdi J.C.D. S.T.D. (12 August 1858 - 12 November 1927) was a Roman Catholic Cardinal who served as Archbishop of Palermo. Lualdi was born in Milan, Italy. He entered the Seminary of Milan...
Enrico Minutoli
Enrico Minutoli (died 1412) was an Italian Cardinal.He was bishop of Bitonto from 1382 to 1389 and then archbishop of Naples. He was also archpriest of the Liberian Basilica (1396) and Camerlengo of ...
Gerardo Bianchi
Gerardo Bianchi (1220/1225 – March 1, 1302) was an Italian churchman and papal diplomat, an important figure of the War of the Sicilian Vespers.
He was born in Gainago, in the diocese of Parma, st...
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Ersilio Tonini
Ersilio Tonini (20 July 1914 – 28 July 2013) was an Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church. He served as Archbishop of Ravenna-Cervia from 1975 to 1990, and was elevated to the cardinalate in 1...
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Cardinal of Venice
The Cardinal of Venice may refer, among others, to:
Stefano Borgia
The Most Rev. Dr. Stefano Cardinal Borgia (3 December 1731 – 1804) was a senior Italian prelate, theologian, antiquarian and historian.
Cardinal Borgia belonged to a well known family of Velletri,...
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Girolamo Casanata
Girolamo Casanata (also Girolamo Casanate or Casanatta) was an Italian Cardinal, b. Naples, 13 July 1620; d. Rome, 3 March 1700.
His father, Tommaso Casanatta, was a member of the supreme council ...