Annibale di Ceccano

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Annibale Gaetani di Ceccano[1] (c. 1282 – 1350) was an Italian Cardinal.[2] His palace, the Livrée Ceccano at Avignon, begun in about 1335/1340, still survives;[3] it is now a public library.

He was Archbishop of Naples from 1326 to 1328 and undertook diplomatic missions, for example setting up the 1343 truce between England and France.[4][5] He was Bishop of Frascati from 1332 to 1350.[6] He was Archdeacon of Cornwall from 1342 to 1344, and Archdeacon of Nottingham from 1331 - 1348.

He is celebrated for the luxury of a feast he gave in 1343 for Pope Clement VI, an eye-witness account of which has survived.[7]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Also spelled: Annibale da Ceccano, Annibale de Ceccano, Annibal Ceccano, Annibal Caetani di Ceccano, Annibal de Ceccano, Annibal de Tusculum, Annibal Gaetani, Ambald., Hannibaldus de Ceccano, Hannibaldus Tusculanus
  2. ^ From 1327
  3. ^ Livrée Ceccano at Structurae
  4. ^ [1]
  5. ^ [2]
  6. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Suburbicarian Dioceses and Cardinal Patriarchs of Oriental Rite
  7. ^ [3] (French)

References[edit]

  • Marc Dykmans, "Le cardinal Annibal de Ceccano (vers 1282-1350). Étude biographique et testament du 17 juin 1348", in Bulletin de l'institut historique belge de Rome, 43, 1973, pp. 145–344,