Giovanni Domenico de Cupis

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Giovanni Domenico de Cupis

Giovanni Domenico de Cupis (Cupi, Cuppi) (1493–1553) was an Italian Cardinal, created by Pope Leo X in the consistory of July 1, 1517.

He was Crown-cardinal of the Kingdom of Scotland.[1] He was a friend of Ignatius Loyola.[2]

His mother was Lucrezia Normanni, who had had a daughter Felice della Rovere by Pope Julius II before marrying Bernardino de Cupis, Giovanni Domenico's father. He owed early advancement as Bishop of Trani to Julius.[3]

He was Bishop of Albano in 1531, Bishop of Sabina in 1532, Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina in 1535 and Bishop of Ostia in 1537. Dean of the College of Cardinals in 1541.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Miranda, Salvator. 1998. "Consistory of 1 July 1517 (V)."
  2. ^ Sede Vacante 1549-1550
  3. ^ Caroline Murphy, The Pope's Daughter: The Extraordinary Life of Felice Della Rovere (2005), p. 162.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Giovanni Piccolomini
Cardinal-bishop of Albano
1531–1533
Succeeded by
Andrea della Valle
Preceded by
Pietro Accolti
Cardinal-bishop of Sabina
1533–1535
Succeeded by
Bonifacio Ferrero
Preceded by
Giovanni Piccolomini
Cardinal-bishop of Porto
1535–1537
Succeeded by
Bonifacio Ferrero
Preceded by
Giovanni Piccolomini
Cardinal-bishop of Ostia
1537–1553
Succeeded by
Giovanni Pietro Carafa