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Pope Julius II bull, 1503.

Author: Julius, Pope; Giovanni Dominici, Bishop of Tortona; Giovanni Poggio; Frederick North, Earl of Guilford; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : LatinView all editions and formats
Publication:Piccolomini Family Papers. Folder 66
Summary:
Bull of Pope Julius II dated Dec. 22, 1503, notifying Giovanni Dominci, the bishop of Tortona, that he had given the monastery of San Marziano at Tortona to the recently elected archbishop of Siena, Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini (a nephew of Pope Pius III who later became cardinal). Pope Pius III, however, had intended to give the monastery to Cardinal Raffaello Riario (see Ms. Coll. 742, folder  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts, Latin
Manuscripts, Renaissance
Legal documents
Bulls (papal records)
History
Named Person: Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini; Raffaello Riario
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Julius, Pope; Giovanni Dominici, Bishop of Tortona; Giovanni Poggio; Frederick North, Earl of Guilford; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
OCLC Number: 489138571
Language Note: In Latin.
Description: 1 item (1 leaf)

Abstract:

Bull of Pope Julius II dated Dec. 22, 1503, notifying Giovanni Dominci, the bishop of Tortona, that he had given the monastery of San Marziano at Tortona to the recently elected archbishop of Siena, Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini (a nephew of Pope Pius III who later became cardinal). Pope Pius III, however, had intended to give the monastery to Cardinal Raffaello Riario (see Ms. Coll. 742, folder 116), as he stated in a bull dated Oct. 17, 1503. One of the scribal signatures is that of Giovanni Poggio, most likely a grandson of Poggio Bracciolini.

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