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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 Bishop of Oppido Mamertina (Italy)
former Bishop of Gerace (Italy)

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 Algeciras (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 (Celle Ligure, 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 (Roma, Italy † 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

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

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

Apostolic Administrator 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 Octaviae (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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