Leonardo Patrasso

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Leonardo Patrasso

Leonardo Patrasso (Alatri, 1230 - Lucca, 7 December 1311) was an Italian Franciscan and Cardinal.

He was a canon at Alatri, and from 1290 its bishop. He was bishop of Aversa from 1297 to 1299.[1] His nephew, Pope Boniface VIII, made him a cardinal in 1300.[2] Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals, August 1309 until his death.[3]


  1. ^ Diocesi di Aversa
  2. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church: Consistories for the creation of Cardinals, 13th Century (1198-1303)
  3. ^ The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church - Biographical Dictionary - Consistory of March 2, 1300
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Giacomo Tomasi Caetani
Bishop of Alatri
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Landolfo Brancaccio
Bishop of Aversa
Succeeded by
Pietro Turrite
Preceded by
Gonzalo García Gudiel
Cardinal-bishop of Albano
Succeeded by
Arnaud d'Aux