Giovanni Michele Saraceni

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Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1 December 1498 – 27 April 1568) was a Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church.

Saraceni was born in Naples and was a relative of Cardinal Fabio Mignatelli.

He was the archbishop of Acerenza and Matera from 1536. He was made cardinal on 20 November 1551 by Pope Julius III.

He took part in revising the acts of the Council of Trent, and in other Papal missions, including investigating the charges against Cardinal Carlo Cafara.

Cardinal Saraceni died in Rome in 1568.

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