Leonardo Patrasso

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Leonardo Patrasso

Leonardo Patrasso (Alatri, 1230 - Lucca, 7 December 1311) was an Italian Franciscan and Cardinal.

He was a canon at Alatri, and from 1290 its bishop. He was bishop of Aversa from 1297 to 1299.[1] His nephew, Pope Boniface VIII, made him a cardinal in 1300.[2] Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, August 1309 until his death.[3]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Diocesi di Aversa
  2. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church: Consistories for the creation of Cardinals, 13th Century (1198-1303)
  3. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of March 2, 1300
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Giacomo Tomasi Caetani
Bishop of Alatri
1290–1295
Succeeded by
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Preceded by
Landolfo Brancaccio
Bishop of Aversa
1297–1299
Succeeded by
Pietro Turrite
Preceded by
Gonzalo García Gudiel
Cardinal-bishop of Albano
1300–1311
Succeeded by
Arnaud d'Aux