Antonio Pallavicini Gentili

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Antonio Pallavicini Gentili

Antonio Pallavicini Gentili[1] (Genoa, 1441 – 1507) was an Italian Cardinal.[2] He was considered papabile in 1492.[3] Bishop of Frascati from April until December 1503; later bishop of Palestrina.

He was bishop of Ventimiglia from 1484;[4] then bishop of Ourense in Spain from 1486.[5] From 1484 to 1489 he was a datary in the Roman Curia.

There is a well-known portrait by Titian. He was buried in the Old St. Peter's Basilica but his tomb was transferred to the Montemirabile Chapel in Santa Maria del Popolo in 1596.

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  1. ^ Antonio Pallavicino, Antonio Gentile Pallavicini, Antoniotto Pallavicini.
  2. ^ From 1489; he was bishop of Frascati in 1503, and in the same year bishop of Palestrina.
  3. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Papal elections - 15th Century
  4. ^ Ventimiglia-San Remo (Diocese) [Catholic-Hierarchy]
  5. ^ Antonio Cardinal Pallavicini Gentili [Catholic-Hierarchy]

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