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He was elected Bishop of Mileto on September 18, 1411. He was transferred to the see of Ravello on February 15, 1413; to the see of Melfi on January 25, 1418; and then to the see of Ancona on March 6, 1419. On October 19, 1422, the see of Umana was united to that of Ancona.
On March 26, 1442, Pope Eugene IV named him his vicar in spiritualibus and governor of Rome, a post he held until 1447. He was also the apostolic administrator of the see of Canna from June 16, 1445 until May 25, 1449. In September 1447, he became papal governor of Bologna. He was Vice-Chancellor of the Holy Roman Church during the papacy of Eugene IV.
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Isidore of Kiev