Fabrizio Turriozzi

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Reference style His Eminence
Spoken style Your Eminence
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See Santa Maria in Ara Coeli

Fabrizio Turriozzi (16 November 1755 - 9 November 1826) was an Italian Catholic cardinal.

Born in Toscanella, he was created cardinal by Pope Pius VII at the consistory of 10 March 1823. Made Cardinal of Santa Maria in Aracoeli on May 16, 1823.[1] He participated in the conclave of 1823 that elected Pope Leo XII. He died in Rome in 1826.

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