Giovanni Piccolomini

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Giovanni Piccolomini

Giovanni Piccolomini (1475–1537) was an Italian papal legate and cardinal. He was a nephew of Pope Pius III.

He was made Archbishop of Siena in 1503, Bishop of Sitten in 1522, Bishop of Aquila in 1523, Bishop of Albano in 1524, Bishop of Palestrina in 1531, Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina in 1533, Bishop of Ostia in 1535.

He was made Dean of the College of Cardinals in October 1534.

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External links[edit]

  • Miranda, Salvador. "PICCOLOMINI, Giovanni (1475-1537)". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Florida International University. Retrieved 29 February 2016.
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Francesco Piccolomini
archbishop of Siena
1503–1529
Succeeded by
Francesco Bandini
Preceded by
Matthäus Schiner
bishop of Sitten
1522-? (became titular)
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
Francesco Franchi
bishop of Aquila
1523–1525
Succeeded by
Pompeo Colonna
Preceded by
Lorenzo Pucci
Cardinal-bishop of Albano
1524–1531
Succeeded by
Giovanni Domenico de Cupis
Preceded by
Lorenzo Pucci
Cardinal-bishop of Palestrina
1531–1533
Succeeded by
Andrea della Valle
Preceded by
Antonia Maria Ciocchi del Monte
Cardinal-bishop of Porto
1533–1535
Succeeded by
Giovanni Domenico de Cupis
Preceded by
Alessandro Farnese
Cardinal-bishop of Ostia
1535–1537
Succeeded by
Giovanni Domenico de Cupis