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Cardinals Created by Alexander VI (1500-3)

Consistory of 1500.03.20 (3)

Spain[1] Cardinal Diego Hurtado de MendozaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Sevilla (Spain)

Born:1444 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.03.20
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1502.10.14 († 58)

Bishop of Palencia (Spain) (1470.02.13 – 1485.08.26)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Sevilla (Spain) (1485.08.26 – 1502.10.14)

Patriarch of Alexandria (1500.10.05 – 1502.10.14)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina (1500.10.05 – 1502.10.14)

Spain[2] Cardinal Amanieu d’AlbretPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere
former Apostolic Administrator of Pamplona (Spain)
former Apostolic Administrator of Pamiers (France)
former Apostolic Administrator of Bazas (France)
former Protodeacon of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1478 (France)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.03.20
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.09.28
Died:1520.12.20 († 42)

Apostolic Administrator of Saint-Bertrand-de-Comminges (France) (1499.07.19 – 1514)

Apostolic Administrator of Condom (France) (1499.09.13 – 1500?)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere (1500.10.05 – 1520.12.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Pamiers (France) (1502.03.14 – 1506)

Apostolic Administrator of Vannes (France) (1504.01.08 – 1504.10.14)

Apostolic Administrator of Bazas (France) (1504.12.04 – 1520.12.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Lescar (France) (1507.10.06 – 1515.06.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Pamplona (Spain) (1510.05.13 – 1512)

Apostolic Administrator of Pamiers (France) (1514.05.15 – 1514.08.18)

Apostolic Administrator of Couserans (France) (1515.06.20 – 1515.06.25)

Apostolic Administrator of Pamiers (France) (1515.06.23 – 1520.12.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Pamplona (Spain) (1517 – 1520.12.20)

Protodeacon of Sacred College of Cardinals (1520.09.03 – 1520.12.20)

Spain[3] Cardinal Pedro Luis de Borja Llançol de Romaní, O.E.S.S.H.Permalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello
former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata in commendum
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Valencia (Spain)
former Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary

Born:1472 (Spain)
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.03.20
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.09.28
Ordained Priest:1502
Consecrated Bishop:1503?
Died:1511.10.04 († 39)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Valencia (Spain) (1500.07.29 – 1511.10.04)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata (1500.10.05 – 1503.12.07)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello (1503.12.07 – 1511.10.04)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata in commendum (1503.12.07 – 1511.10.04)

Major Penitentiary of Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary (1503.12.07 – 1511.10.04)

Consistory of 1500.09.28 (10)

Spain[1] Cardinal Jaime Serra i CauPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Albano
former Apostolic Administrator of Calahorra y La Calzada (Spain)

Born:1427? (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1517.03.15 († 90)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Oristano (Italy) (1492.04.11 – 1510.12.09)

Vicar General for the Vicariate of Rome of Roma (Italy) (1496 – 1500.10.02)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Vitale, Valeria, Gervasio e Protasio (1500.10.05 – 1502.06.28)

Apostolic Administrator of Linköping (Sweden) (1501.09.03 – 1513.04.06)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Clemente (1502.06.28 – 1511.01.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Potenza (Italy) (1503.11.29 – 1506.08.12)

Apostolic Administrator of Elne (France) (1506.09.05 – 1513.03.19)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1509.06 – 1511.01.20)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1511.01.20 – 1517.03.15)

Apostolic Administrator of Burgos (Spain) (1512.07.28 – 1514)

Apostolic Administrator of Calahorra y La Calzada (Spain) (1514.07.05 – 1515.05.25)

Italy[2] Cardinal Pietro IsvaliesPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Pudenziana
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane in commendum
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Reggio Calabria (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Messina (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Veszprém (Hungary)
former Apostolic Administrator of Orense (Spain)

Born: (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1511.09.22

Metropolitan Archbishop of Reggio Calabria (Italy) (1497.02.18 – 1506.07.24)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane (1500.10.05 – 1507.08.18)

Apostolic Administrator of Veszprém (Hungary) (1503.06.21 – 1511.09.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pudenziana (1507.08.18 – 1511.09.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane in commendum (1507.08.18 – 1511.09.22)

Apostolic Administrator of Orense (Spain) (1508.06.07 – 1511.09.22)

Apostolic Administrator of Messina (Italy) (1510 – 1511.09.22)

Italy[3] Cardinal Francisco de BorjaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Nereo ed Achilleo
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Cosenza (Italy)

Born:1441 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Deposed as Cardinal:1511.10.24
Died:1511.11.04 († 70)

Bishop of Teano (Italy) (1495.08.19 – 1499.11.06)

Apostolic Administrator of Teano (Italy) (1499.11.06 – 1508.07.05)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Cosenza (Italy) (1499.11.06 – 1511.11.04)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Cecilia (1500.10.05 – 1506.08.11)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1503.01 – 1504)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Nereo ed Achilleo (1506.08.11 – 1511.10.24)

Spain[4] Cardinal Juan de VeraPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Salerno (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of León (Spain)

Born:1453.11.25 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1507.05.04 († 53)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Salerno (Italy) (1500.07.10 – 1507.05.04)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina (1500.10.05 – 1507.05.04)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1504 – 1505)

Apostolic Administrator of León (Spain) (1505.05.14 – 1507.05.04)

Italy[5] Cardinal Ludovico PodocathorPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Agata alla Suburra pro hac vice Title
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Benevento (Italy)

Born:1429 (Cyprus)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1504.08.25 († 75)

Bishop of Capaccio (Italy) (1483.11.14 – 1503.01.20)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Agata alla Suburra pro hac vice Title (1500.10.05 – 1504.08.25)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Benevento (Italy) (1503.01.20 – 1504.08.25)

Italy[6] Cardinal Antonio Trivulzio, C.R.S.Ant.Permalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio
former Bishop of Como (Italy)

Born:1457.01.18 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1508.03.18 († 51)

Bishop of Como (Italy) (1487.08.27 – 1508.03.18)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Anastasia (1500.10.05 – 1505.12.01)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1505 – 1506)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (1505.12.01 – 1507.01.04)

Italy[7] Cardinal Giovanni Battista FerrariPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Crisogono
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Capua (Italy)
former Pro-Datary of His Holiness of Apostolic Dataria

Born:1450 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1502.07.20 († 52)

Bishop of Modena (Italy) (1495.09.11 – 1501.08.09)

Datary of His Holiness of Apostolic Dataria (1496.04 – 1500.10.02)

Pro-Datary of His Holiness of Apostolic Dataria (1500.10.02 – 1502.07.20)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Crisogono (1500.10.05 – 1502.07.20)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Capua (Italy) (1501.08.09 – 1502.07.20)

Hungary[8] Cardinal Tamás BakóczPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Esztergom (Hungary)
former Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1442 (Hungary)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1521.06.11 († 79)

Bishop of Győr (Hungary) (1487.04.20 – 1497.06.09)

Bishop of Eger (Hungary) (1497.06.09 – 1497.12.20)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Esztergom (Hungary) (1497.12.20 – 1521.06.11)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti (1500.10.05 – 1521.06.11)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1507.10.30 – 1521.06.11)

Protopriest of Sacred College of Cardinals (1511.11 – 1521.06.11)

Apostolic Administrator of Senj (Croatia) (1513.09.23 – ?)

Italy[9] Cardinal Marco CornaroPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina
former Bishop of Padova (Italy)
former Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Peter
former Apostolic Administrator of Verona (Italy)

Born:1482 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1500.10.02
Died:1524.07.24 († 42)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Portico (1500.10.05 – 1513.03.19)

Apostolic Administrator of Verona (Italy) (1503.11.29 – 1524.07.24)

Bishop of Famagosta (1503.12.11 – 1504.07.01)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1506.07 – 1507.10.30)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata (1513.03.19 – 1523.12.14)

Bishop of Padova (Italy) (1517.03.09 – 1524.07.24)

Apostolic Administrator of Nardò (Italy) (1519.01.24 – 1521.02.20)

Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Peter (1520.09 – 1524.07.24)

Protodeacon of Sacred College of Cardinals (1520.12.20 – 1523.12.14)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1521 – 1524.07.24)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco (1523.12.14 – 1524.05.20)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1524.05.20 – 1524.06.15)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1524.06.15 – 1524.07.24)

Italy[10] Cardinal Gianstefano FerreroPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Sergio e Bacco pro hac vice Title
former Bishop of Bologna (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Ivrea (Italy)

Born:1474.05.05 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1500.09.28
Revealed as Cardinal:1502.06.28
Died:1510.10.05 († 36)

Coadjutor Bishop of Vercelli (Italy) (1493.04.24 – 1499.07.16)

Bishop of Vercelli (Italy) (1499.07.16 – 1502.01.21)

Bishop of Bologna (Italy) (1502.01.24 – 1510.10.05)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Vitale, Valeria, Gervasio e Protasio (1502.06.28 – 1505.12.22)

Bishop of Vercelli (Italy) (1503.10.31 – 1509.11.05)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Sergio e Bacco pro hac vice Title (1505.12.22 – 1510.10.05)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1506.01 – 1507)

Apostolic Administrator of Ivrea (Italy) (1509.11.05 – 1510.10.05)

Consistory of 1503.05.31 (9)

Italy[1] Cardinal Juan Castellar y de BorjaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Trastevere
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Monreale (Italy)

Born:1441 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1505.01.01 († 64)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Trani (Italy) (1493.08.23 – 1503.08.09)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (1503.06.12 – 1505.01.01)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Monreale (Italy) (1503.08.09 – 1505.01.01)

Italy[2] Cardinal Francisco de RemolinsPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Albano
former Bishop of Fermo (Italy)
former Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Mary Major
former Apostolic Administrator of Palermo (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Gallipoli (Italy)

Born:1462 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1496
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1518.02.05 († 56)

Auxiliary Bishop of Lérida (Spain) (1496 – 1498)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Sorrento (Italy) ([1501.03.03] 1501.03.31 – 1512.01.23)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Giovanni e Paolo (1503.06.12 – 1511.10.27)

Apostolic Administrator of Perugia (Italy) (1503.08.04 – 1506.03)

Bishop of Fermo (Italy) (1504 – 1518.02.05)

Archpriest of Papal Basilica of St. Mary Major (1511 – 1518.02.05)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello (1511.10.27 – 1517.03.16)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Giovanni e Paolo in commendum (1511.10.27 – 1517.07.06)

Apostolic Administrator of Palermo (Italy) (1512.01.23 – 1518.02.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Sarno (Italy) (1513.06.22 – 1517.02.11)

Apostolic Administrator of Gallipoli (Italy) (1513.09.09 – 1518.02.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Lavello (1515.08.08 – 1515.12.10)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1517.03.16 – 1518.02.05)

Italy[3] Cardinal Francesco SoderiniPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri
former Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1453.06.10 (Italy)
Consecrated Bishop:1486?
Ordained Priest:1486.03.27
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1524.05.17 († 70)

Bishop of Volterra (Italy) (1478.03.11 – 1509.05.23)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Susanna (1503.06.12 – 1508.09.15)

Bishop of Cortona (Italy) (1504.03.06 – 1505.05.23)

Apostolic Administrator of Saintes (France) (1507.01.27 – 1514.06.12)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. XII Apostoli (1508.09.15 – 1511.10.29)

Cardinal-Bishop of Sabina (1511.10.29 – 1513.06.27)

Bishop of Tivoli (Italy) (1513.06.27 – 1516.07.18)

Bishop of Vicenza (Italy) (1514.06.12 – 1524.03.14)

Apostolic Administrator of Narni (Italy) (1515.04.21 – 1517.05.18)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1516.07.18 – 1523.12.09)

Apostolic Administrator of Anagni (Italy) (1516.11.05 – 1523.03.05)

Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina (1523.12.09 – 1523.12.18)

Cardinal Vice-Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1523.12.09 – 1523.12.18)

Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri (1523.12.18 – 1524.05.17)

Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1523.12.18 – 1524.05.17)

Italy[4] Cardinal Melchior von MeckauPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio
former Bishop of Brixen (Italy)

Born:1440 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1509.03.03 († 69)

Coadjutor Bishop of Brixen (Italy) (1482.04.20 – 1489.06.20)

Bishop of Brixen (Italy) (1489.06.20 – 1509.03.03)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Nicola fra le Immagini (1503.06.12 – 1507.01.05)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (1507.01.05 – 1509.03.03)

France[5] Cardinal Niccolò FieschiPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Prisca in commendum
former Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals
former Apostolic Administrator of Toulon (France)
former Apostolic Administrator of Agde (France)

Born:1456 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1524.06.15 († 68)

Bishop of Toulon (France) (1484.09.12 – 1485.10.14)

Bishop of Fréjus (France) (1485.10.14 – 1486)

Bishop of Agde (France) (1488.10.22 – 1495.02.15)

Bishop of Fréjus (France) (1495.02.15 – 1511.11.05)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Lucia in Septisolio (1503.06.12 – 1506.10.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Agde (France) (1504.11.28 – 1524.06.15)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Prisca (1506.10.05 – 1518.02.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Senez (1507 – 1509)

Apostolic Administrator of Embrun (France) (1510.10.12 – 1518.07.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Toulon (France) (1514.01.08 – 1515.07.30)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Ravenna (Italy) (1516 – 1517.11)

Apostolic Administrator of Umbriatico (1517 – 1520.09.12)

Apostolic Administrator of Andria (Italy) (1517.01 – 1517.11)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1518.02.05 – 1521.07.24)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Prisca in commendum (1518.02.05 – 1524.06.15)

Apostolic Administrator of Toulon (France) (1518.09.03 – 1524.06.15)

Cardinal-Bishop of Sabina (1521.07.24 – 1523.12.18)

Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina (1523.12.18 – 1524.05.20)

Cardinal Vice-Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1523.12.18 – 1524.05.20)

Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri (1524.05.20 – 1524.06.15)

Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1524.05.20 – 1524.06.15)

Spain[6] Cardinal Francisco DespratsPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Sergio e Bacco pro hac vice Title
former Bishop of León (Spain)

Born:1454 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1504.09.10 († 50)

Bishop of Catania (Italy) ([1498.02.14] 1498.03.20 – 1500.02.09)

Bishop of Astorga (Spain) (1500.02.09 – 1500.12.04)

Bishop of León (Spain) (1500.12.04 – 1504.09.10)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Sergio e Bacco pro hac vice Title (1503.06.12 – 1504.09.10)

England[7] Cardinal Adriano di CastelloPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Crisogono
former Bishop of Hereford (England)
former Apostolic Administrator of Bath and Wells (England)

Born:1458 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Deposed as Cardinal:1518.07.05
Died:1521.12 († 63)

Bishop of Hereford (England) (1502.02.14 – 1504.08.02)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Crisogono (1503.06.12 – 1518.07.05)

Apostolic Administrator of Bath and Wells (England) (1504.08.02 – 1518.07.05)

Spain[8] Cardinal Jaime de CasanovaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio

Born:1435 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1504.06.04 († 69)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (1503.06.12 – 1504.06.04)

Italy[9] Cardinal Francisco Lloris y de Borja (Williovis)Permalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria Nuova
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Trani (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Terni (Italy)

Born:1470 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1503.05.31
Revealed as Cardinal:1503.06.02
Died:1506.07.22 († 36)

Bishop of Terni (Italy) (1498.03.19 – 1499.04.17)

Bishop of Die (France) (1503 – 1505.02.13)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Sabina pro illa vice Deaconry (1503.06.12 – 1505.12.17)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1503.08.09 – 1506.07.22)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Trani (Italy) (1503.08.09 – 1506.07.22)

Apostolic Administrator of Terni (Italy) (1504.12.04 – 1506.07.22)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria Nuova (1505.12.17 – 1506.07.22)

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