Neri Corsini (1614–1678)
- For others of this name, see Neri Corsini (disambiguation).
Neri Corsini, Nerio Corsini or Neri Corsini the Elder (to distinguish himself from Neri Maria Corsini) (Florence, 1614 – Florence, 6 December 1678) was an Italian cardinal from the noble Corsini family.
A cleric of the Camera Apostolica under pope Innocent X, he became Tesoriere in 1660. He was made a cardinal presbyter in the 14 January 1664 consistory and two months later given the titulus of Santi Nereo e Achilleo. From 1672 to 1677 he was put in charge of the diocese of Arezzo as a personal titular of the archbishop. He also took part in the 1667, 1669–70 and 1676 papal conclaves. His remains are buried in the Corsini Chapel in Santa Maria del Carmine.
- Miranda, Salvador. "CORSINI, Neri (1614-1678)". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Florida International University. Retrieved 29 February 2016.
- Cheney, David M. "Neri Cardinal Corsini". Catholic-Hierarchy.org. Retrieved June 16, 2018. [self-published]
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