List of Prince-Bishops of Trent

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The Prince-bishops of Trent (German title Fürstbischof zu Trient) were the leader of the independent Bishopric of Trent, an ecclesiastical state of the Holy Roman Empire of what is now northern Italy.

An incomplete list follows:


Name Period
Abundantius (Italian: Abbondanzio) 381
St. Vigilius 387–400
Regippus
Quartinus
Peregrinus until 470
Gratiosmus
Theodor II. † 6. century
Agnellus until 595
Veregundus
Manasses I
Vitalis I
Stablisianus
Dominicus
Rusticus
Romanus
Vitalis II
Correntianus
Sidesicus
Johann I 759
Maximus
Mammo
Marianus
Dominator
Ursus
Clementianus
Amator until 802
Hildegar 802–814
Wolderich 814
Daniel 814–827
Heimpert 827–845
vacant
Udalschalk 854–864
vacant
Adelchis 874–881
Fridebert
Gisulf
Berthold
Jakob until 900
Conrad I 900–926
John II 926–927
Bernard I 927–932
Manasses II de Arles 932–957
Lantram 957–963
Arnold I von Pavia 963–971
Arimond 971–992
Raimondo di Caldore 992–1004
vacant
Ulrich I De Flavon 1006–1022
Ulrich II 1022–1055 (first Prince-Bishop from 1027)
Azzo 1055–1065
vacant
Henry I 1068–1082
Bernard II 1082–1084
Adalberon 1084–1106
Gebhard 1106–1120
Albert I 1120–1124
Altmann 1124–1149
Arnold II 1149–1154
Eberhard 1154–1156
St. Albert II 1156–1177
Salomon 1177–1183
Albert III di Madruzzo 1184–1188
Conrad II di Biseno 1188–1205
vacant
Federico Wanga 1207–1218
Albert IV von Ravenstein 1219–1223
Gerard I Oscasali 1223–1232
Aldrighetto di Castelcampo 1232–1247
Egno von Eppan 1250–1273
Henry II 1273–1289
Philipp Buonacolsi 1289–1303
Bartholomew Querini 1303–1307
Henry III von Metz 1310–1336
Nikolaus Abrein 1338–1347
Gerard II of Magnoco 1347–1348
John III of Pistoia 1348–1349
Meinhard von Neuhaus 1349–1362
Albert V von Ortenburg 1363–1390
George I von Liechtenstein 1390–1419
Armand de Cilli 1421
Ernst Auer 1422
Henry IV Flechtel 1422–1423
Alexander von Masowien 1424–1444
Benedikt 1444–1446
Theobald von Wolkenstein 1444–1446 (Anti-Bishop)
George II Haak von Themeswald 1446–1465
John V von Hinderbach 1465–1486
Ulrich III von Frundsberg 1486–1493
Ulrich IV von Liechtenstein 1493–1505
George II von Neideck 1505–1514
Bernardo III Clesio 1514–1539
Cristoforo Madruzzo 1539–1567
Ludovico Madruzzo 1567–1600
Carlo Gaudenzio Madruzzo 1600–1629
Carlo Emanuele Madruzzo 1629–1658
Sigismund Francis of Austria 1659–1665
Ernst Adalbert von Harrach 1665–1667
Sigismund Alfons von Thun 1668–1677
Francesco Alberti di Pola 1677–1689
Giuseppe Vittorio Alberti di Enno 1689–1695
Johann Michael Graf von Spaur 7 March 1696 - 22 April 1725
Giovanni Benedetto Gentilotti 9 September 1725 - 20 September 1725
Anton Dominik Graf von Wolkenstein 26 November 1725 - 5 April 1730
Dominik Anton Graf von Thun 19 June 1730 - 7 September 1758
Leopold Ernest Graf von Firmian [1] 1748 - 7 September (?) 1758
Francesco Felice Alberti di Enno 7 September (?) 1758 - 31 December 1762
Cristoforo Francesco Sizzo de Norris 2 July 1763 - 1776
Peter Michael Vigil Graf von Thun und Hohenstein 29 May 1776 - 17 January 1800
Emmanuel Maria Graf von Thun und Hohenstein 2 April 1800 - 6 November 1802
Emmanuel Maria Graf von Thun und Hohenstein [2] 6 November 1802 - February 1803
Franz Xaver Luschin 12 November 1823 - 18 March 1834 (also Archbishop of Lemberg)
Johann Nepomuk von Tschiderer zu Gleifheim 5 May 1835 - 3 December 1860
Benedikt von Riccabona 22 March 1861 - 13 March 1879
Giovanni Giacomo della Bona 16 June 1879 - 17 November 1885
Eugenio Carlo Valussi 24 April 1886 - 11 October 1903
Celestino Endrici 31 January 1904 - 29 October 1940. Archbishop since 1929

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  1. ^ Administrator
  2. ^ Secularized prince

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