Gregorio Tarquini

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Gregorio Tarquini (died 1145) was an Italian cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church. Born in Rome, he was created cardinal deacon of Sts. Sergio e Bacco in December 1122. He participated in five papal elections: those of 1124 (Honorius II), 1130 (Innocent II, whom he supported against Anacletus II), 1143 (Celestine II), 1144 (Lucius II) and 1145 (Eugenius III).

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  • Salvador Miranda, “The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, Biographical Dictionary, Pope Callistus II (1119-1124), Consistory of December 1122” (with bibliography) [1]