Antonio Doria Pamphili

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Antonio Doria Pamphili

Antonio Doria Pamphilj (March 28, 1749 in Naples – January 31, 1821 in Rome) was an Italian Cardinal from a prominent Neapolitan noble family of Genoese heritage. As protodeacon, he announced the election of cardinal Barnaba Chiaramonti election at the end of the conclave of 1800 as Pope Pius VII.

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