Fazio Giovanni Santori
Early in his career, he was a cleric in Viterbo. In 1485, he became a canon of St. Lambert's Cathedral, Liège. He was the pedagogus of Giuliano della Rovere, the future cardinal and future Pope Julius II; when della Rovere became a cardinal, he took Santori into his household. He served as a datary from November 1503 to December 1505. He was the dean of the Apostolic Camera in 1503.
Pope Julius II made him a cardinal priest in the consistory of December 1, 1505. He received the red hat and the titular church of Santa Sabina on December 17, 1505. He was the apostolic administrator of the see of Pamplona from September 17, 1507 until his death.
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