Enrico Minutoli

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Enrico Minutoli (died 1412)[1] was an Italian Cardinal.[2]

He was bishop of Bitonto from 1382 to 1389 and then archbishop of Naples. He was also archpriest of the Liberian Basilica (1396) and Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church (1406)). He is buried in the Cappella Minutolo, Naples, with other members of the Minutolo family.[3] He commissioned some of the work on the Naples Duomo,[4] and had the Palazzo Arcivescovile built.[5]

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  1. ^ Henry Minutolo, Enrico Minutolo, Errico Minutolo, Enrico Capece Minutolo, Errico Capece Minutolo.
  2. ^ From 1389 [1]; he was bishop of Frascati from 1405 to 1409 [2], and then bishop of Sabina to 1412 [3]. He was dean of the College of Cardinals in the Roman Obedience from May 31, 1408 until 1409
  3. ^ Cappella dei Capece Minutolo
  4. ^ [4], Italian; [5].
  5. ^ Archbishop's Palace and Ascanio Filomarino

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