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Cardinals Created by Paul II (1467-8)

Consistory of 1467.09.18 (8)

England[1] Cardinal Thomas BourchierPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Canterbury (England)

Born:1404 (England)
Ordained Priest:1433
Consecrated Bishop:1435.05.15
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1486.03.30 († 82)

Bishop of Worcester (England) (1433.09.24 – 1443.12.20)

Bishop of Ely (England) (1443.12.20 – 1454.06.21)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Canterbury (England) (1454.06.21 – 1486.03.30)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Ciriaco alle Terme Diocleziane (1468.05.13 – 1486.03.30)

Hungary[2] Cardinal István VárdaiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Nereo ed Achilleo
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Kalocsa (Hungary)

Born:1425? (Hungary)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1471.02.22 († 46)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Kalocsa (Hungary) (1457.02.25 – 1471.02.22)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Nereo ed Achilleo (1468.05.13 – 1471.02.22)

Italy[3] Cardinal Oliviero CarafaPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Eusebio in commendum
former Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals
former Apostolic Administrator of Tricarico (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Segni (Italy)
former Apostolic Administrator of Cádiz (Spain)

Born:1430.03.10 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1458.12.29
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1511.01.20 († 80)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Napoli (Italy) (1458.11.18 – 1484.09.20)

Cardinal-Priest of Ss. Marcellino e Pietro (1467.12.03 – 1470.09.05)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Eusebio (1470.09.05 – 1476.07.24)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1476.07.24 – 1483.01.31)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Eusebio in commendum (1476.07.24 – 1511.01.20)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1477.01.15 – 1478.01.09)

Cardinal-Bishop of Sabina (1483.01.31 – 1503.11.29)

Apostolic Administrator of Cava (Italy) (1485 – 1497.04.15)

Apostolic Administrator of Salamanca (Spain) (1491.11.16 – 1494.06.23)

Cardinal Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1492.08 – 1511.01.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Cádiz (Spain) (1495 – 1511.01.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Chieti (Italy) (1500.02.02 – 1501.12.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Napoli (Italy) (1503.08.04 – 1505.04)

Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia–Velletri (1503.11.29 – 1511.01.20)

Bishop of Gerace (Italy) (1505 – 1505)

Bishop of Oppido Mamertina (Italy) (1505 – 1505)

Apostolic Administrator of Caiazzo (Italy) (1506 – 1507.07.09)

Apostolic Administrator of Terracina (Italy) (1507.08.20 – 1510.05.13)

Apostolic Administrator of Priverno (Italy) (1507.08.20 – 1510.05.13)

Apostolic Administrator of Sezze (Italy) (1507.08.20 – 1510.05.13)

Apostolic Administrator of Segni (Italy) (1507.10.27 – 1511.01.20)

Apostolic Administrator of Tricarico (Italy) (1510.04.24 – 1511.01.20)

Italy[4] Cardinal Amico AgnifiliPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Trastevere
former Bishop of L’Aquila (Italy)

Born:1398? (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1476.11.09 († 78)

Bishop of L’Aquila (Italy) (1431.05.23 – 1472)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina (1467.11.13 – 1469.10.13)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (1469.10.13 – 1476.11.09)

Bishop of L’Aquila (Italy) (1476.08.20 – 1476.11.09)

Italy[5] Cardinal Marco BarboPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina
former Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco in commendum
former Patriarch of Aquileia (Italy)

Born:1420 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1491.03.02 († 71)

Bishop of Treviso (Italy) (1455.11.14 – 1464.09.17)

Bishop of Vicenza (Italy) (1464.09.17 – 1470.03.18)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco (1467.10.02 – 1478.11.06)

Patriarch of Aquileia (Italy) (1470.03.18 – 1491.03.02)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1478.01.09 – 1479.01.08)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1478.11.06 – 1491.03.02)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco in commendum (1478.11.06 – 1491.03.02)

France[6] Cardinal Jean de La BaluePermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina
former Bishop of Autun (France)

Born:1421? (France)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1465.08.04
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Died:1491.10.05 († 70)

Bishop of Évreux (France) ([1465.02.04] 1465.05.20 – 1467.06.05)

Bishop of Angers (France) (1467.06.05 – 1476)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Susanna (1468.05.13 – 1483.01.31)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1483.01.31 – 1491.03.14)

Bishop of Autun (France) (1484.10.13 – 1485)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1491.03.14 – 1491.10.05)

Italy[7] Cardinal Francesco della Rovere, O.F.M. (later Pope Sixtus IV)Permalink

former Supreme Pontiff

Born:1414.07.21 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Elected as Supreme Pontiff:1471.08.09
Consecrated Bishop:1471.08.25
Installed as Supreme Pontiff:1471.08.25
Died:1484.08.12 († 70)

Minister General of Order of Friars Minor (Franciscans) (1464.05.20 – 1469.05.19)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (1467.11.20 – 1471.08.10)

Supreme Pontiff (1471.08.09 [1471.08.25] – 1484.08.12)

Italy[8] Cardinal Teodoro Paleologo di MontferratoPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Teodoro
former Bishop of Casale Monferrato (Italy)

Born:1425.08.14 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1467.09.18
Revealed as Cardinal:1467.09.19
Consecrated Bishop:1475?
Died:1484.01.21 († 58)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Teodoro (1468.04.27 – 1484.01.21)

Bishop of Casale Monferrato (Italy) (1475 – 1481)

Consistory of 1468.11.21 (2)

Italy[1] Cardinal Giovanni Battista ZenoPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati
former Bishop of Vicenza (Italy)

Born:1439 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1468.11.21
Revealed as Cardinal:1468.11.22
Consecrated Bishop:1470.03?
Died:1501.05.08 († 62)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Portico (1468.11.22 – 1470.03)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Anastasia (1470.03 – 1479.10.08)

Bishop of Vicenza (Italy) (1470.03.18 – 1501.05.08)

Cardinal-Bishop of Frascati (1479.10.08 – 1501.05.08)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1480.01.07 – 1481.01.08)

Italy[2] Cardinal Giovanni MichielPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina
former Cardinal-Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria in commendum
former Bishop of Verona (Italy)
former Commendatory Abbot of Santa Maria di Sesto (Italy)

Born:1446 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1468.11.21
Revealed as Cardinal:1468.11.22
Died:1503.04.10 († 57)

Commendatory Abbot of Santa Maria di Sesto (Italy) (1465 – 1503.04.10)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Lucia in Septisolio (1468.11.22 – 1470)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria (1470 – 1484)

Bishop of Verona (Italy) (1471.03.18 – 1503.04.10)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello (1484 – 1491.03.14)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria in commendum (1484 – 1503.04.10)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1484.09.15 – 1486.01.11)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1491.03.14 – 1491.10.10)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1491.10.10 – 1492.08.31)

Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina (1492.08.31 – 1503.04.10)

Patriarch of Antioch (1497.01.23 – 1503.04.10)

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