|See||Roman Catholic Suburbicarian Diocese of Porto-Santa Rufina|
|Appointed||31 August 1620|
|Term ended||21 September 1631|
|Predecessor||Giovanni Evangelista Pallotta|
|Successor||Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte|
|Other posts||Papal treasurer, Papal legate to Bologna|
|Consecration||2 July 1612 (Bishop)
by Pope Paul V
|Created Cardinal||16 November 1586|
5 June 1554|
|Died||27 March 1621
|Buried||Santa Maria sopra Minerva|
Benedetto Giustiniani (5 June 1554 – 27 March 1621) was an Italian clergyman who was made a cardinal in the consistory of 16 November 1586 by Pope Sixtus V.
He participated in the papal conclaves of 1592 and 1621. From 1615 to 1620 he was bishop of the Sabina and from 1620 to 1621 of Porto. Either he or his brother Vincenzo commissioned the 1621-1629 painting of Saint John the Evangelist by Domenichino. His postmortem inventory contained 280 paintings.
- Squarzina, Silvia Danesi (November 1997). "The Collections of Cardinal Benedetto Giustiniani. Part I". The Burlington Magazine 139 (1136): 766–791. Retrieved 23 September 2014.
- Benedetto Giustiniani in the Historical Archives of the Pontifical Gregorian University
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