Cardinals Created by Alexander VII (1657-60)

Consistory of 1657.04.09 (10)

Italy1. Cardinal Flavio ChigiPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina
former Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran

Born:1631.05.10 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Consecrated Bishop:1686.03.24
Died:1693.09.13 († 62)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria del Popolo (1657.04.23 – 1686.03.18)

Archivist of Vatican Secret Archives (1659.06.21 – 1681)

Librarian of Vatican Apostolic Library (1659.06.21 – 1681)

Prefect of Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura (1661.07.28 – 1661.11.29)

Archpriest of Papal Archbasilica of Saint John Lateran (1666 – 1693.09.13)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1673.01.16 – 1674.01.15)

Cardinal-Bishop of Albano (1686.03.18 – 1689.10.19)

Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina (1689.10.19 – 1693.09.13)

Cardinal Vice-Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1689.10.19 – 1693.09.13)

Italy2. Cardinal Camillo MelziPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Capua (Italy)

Born:1582 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1636.03.24
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Died:1659.01.21 († 77)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Capua (Italy) (1636.02.18 – 1659.01.21)

Apostolic Nuncio to Austria-Hungary (1644 – 1652)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marcello (1657.04.23 – 1659.01.21)

Italy3. Cardinal Giulio Rospigliosi (later Pope Clement IX)Permalink

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former Supreme Pontiff

Born:1600.01.28 (Pistoia, Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1644.03.29
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Elected as Supreme Pontiff:1667.06.20
Installed as Supreme Pontiff:1667.06.26
Died:1669.12.09 (Roma, Italy † 69)

Titular Archbishop of Tarsus (1644.03.14 – 1657.04.09)

Apostolic Nuncio to Spain (1644.07.14 – 1653.01)

Secretary of State of Apostolic Secretariat (1655.04 – 1667.05.22)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Sisto (1657.04.23 – 1667.06.20)

Supreme Pontiff (1667.06.20 [1667.06.26] – 1669.12.09)

Italy4. Cardinal Nicola Guidi di BagnoPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Eusebio
former Archbishop-Bishop of Senigallia (Italy)

Born:1583 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1644.03.29
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Died:1663.08.27 († 80)

Titular Archbishop of Athenæ (Greece) (1644.03.15 – 1657.04.09)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Eusebio (1657.04.23 – 1663.08.27)

Archbishop-Bishop of Senigallia (Italy) (1657.05.28 – 1659.09.01)

Italy5. Cardinal Girolamo BuonvisiPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Girolamo dei Croati
former Archbishop-Bishop of Lucca (Italy)

Born:1607.05.22 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1651.07.30
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Died:1677.02.21 († 69)

Titular Archbishop of Laodicea (1651.07.17 – 1657.04.09)

Master of Papal Chamber of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1655.07.16 – 1657.04.09)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Girolamo dei Croati (1657.04.23 – 1677.02.21)

Archbishop-Bishop of Lucca (Italy) (1657.05.28 – 1677.02.21)

Italy6. Cardinal Francesco PaolucciPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Giovanni a Porta Latina
former Prefect of Sacred Congregation of the Council

Born:1581.08 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal:1657.04.09
Died:1661.07.09 († 79)

Prefect of Sacred Congregation of the Council (1657.04.09 – 1661.07.09)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Giovanni a Porta Latina (1657.04.23 – 1661.07.09)

Italy[7] Cardinal Scipione Pannocchieschi d’ElciPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Pisa (Italy)

Born:1600 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:1629.05.03
Consecrated Bishop:1631
Created Cardinal in pectore:1657.04.09
Revealed as Cardinal:1658.04.29
Died:1670.04.12 († 70)

Bishop of Pienza (Italy) (1631.07.28 – 1636.03.03)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Pisa (Italy) (1636.03.03 – 1663)

Apostolic Nuncio to Austria-Hungary (1652.08.24 – 1658.03.07)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Sabina (1658.05.06 – 1670.04.12)

Italy[8] Cardinal Girolamo FarnesePermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Agnese fuori le mura
former Prefect of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces

Born:1599.09.30 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1639.04.26
Created Cardinal in pectore:1657.04.09
Revealed as Cardinal:1658.04.29
Died:1668.02.18 († 68)

Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland (1639 – 1643)

Titular Archbishop of Patrasso (1639.04.11 – 1658.04.29)

Secretary of Sacred Congregation of Bishops and Regulars (1643 – 1650.10.07)

Vice-Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church of Reverend Apostolic Camera (1650.10.07 – 1653.01.29)

Prefect of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1655.07.16 – 1658.04.29)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Agnese fuori le mura (1658.05.06 – 1668.02.18)

Italy[9] Cardinal Antonio BichiPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina
former Bishop of Osimo (Italy)

Born:1614.03.30 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1652
Created Cardinal in pectore:1657.04.09
Revealed as Cardinal:1659.11.10
Died:1691.02.21 († 76)

Bishop of Montalcino (Italy) (1652.12.11 – 1656.03.06)

Bishop of Osimo (Italy) (1656.03.06 – 1691.02.21)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Agostino (1659.12.01 – 1667.11.14)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria degli Angeli (1667.11.14 – 1687.03.03)

Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina (1687.03.03 – 1691.02.21)

Italy[10] Cardinal Francesco Maria Sforza Pallavicino, S.J.Permalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Salvatore in Lauro

Born:1607.11.28 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1657.04.09
Revealed as Cardinal:1658.04.29
Died:1667.06.05 († 59)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Salvatore in Lauro (1660.12.06 – 1667.06.05)

Consistory of 1658.04.29 (3)

Italy[1] Cardinal Volumnio BandinelliPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti
former Patriarch of Constantinople
former Prefect of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces
former Master of Papal Chamber of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces

Born:1598 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1658.04.29
Consecrated Bishop:1658.06.10
Revealed as Cardinal:1660.04.05
Died:1667.06.05 († 69)

Patriarch of Constantinople (1658.06.03 – 1660.04.05)

Prefect of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1658.06.05 – 1660.04.05)

Master of Papal Chamber of Prefecture of the Holy Apostolic Palaces (1658.06.05 – 1660.04.05)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Martino ai Monti (1660.04.19 – 1667.06.05)

Italy[2] Cardinal Odoardo VecchiarelliPermalink

former Cardinal-Deacon of Ss. Cosma e Damiano
former Bishop of Rieti (Italy)

Born:1613 (Italy)
Created Cardinal in pectore:1658.04.29
Ordained Priest:1660
Revealed as Cardinal:1660.04.05
Consecrated Bishop:1660.06.06
Died:1667.07.31 († 54)

Cardinal-Deacon of Ss. Cosma e Damiano (1660.04.19 – 1667.07.31)

Bishop of Rieti (Italy) (1660.05.05 – 1667.07.31)

Italy[3] Cardinal Giacomo FranzoniPermalink

former Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina
former Bishop of Camerino (Italy)

Born:1612.12.05 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Created Cardinal in pectore:1658.04.29
Revealed as Cardinal:1660.04.05
Consecrated Bishop:1666.06.15
Died:1697.12.19 († 85)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Aquiro (1660.04.19 – 1669.01.14)

Bishop of Camerino (Italy) (1666.06.07 – 1693.09.28)

Cardinal-Deacon of S. Maria in Cosmedin (1669.01.14 – 1670.05.14)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pancrazio (1670.05.14 – 1673.02.27)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria in Ara Coeli (1673.02.27 – 1685.04.30)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1674.01.15 – 1675.01.28)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Maria della Pace (1685.04.30 – 1687.11.10)

Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina (1687.11.10 – 1697.12.19)

Cardinal Vice-Dean of Sacred College of Cardinals (1687.11.10 – 1697.12.19)

Consistory of 1660.04.05 (5)

Germany1. Cardinal Franz Wilhelm von WartenbergPermalink

former Bishop of Regensburg (Germany)
former Bishop of Osnabrück (Germany)
former Vicar Apostolic of Bremen (Germany)

Born:1593.03.01 (Germany)
Ordained Priest:1636.11.29
Consecrated Bishop:1636.12.08
Created Cardinal:1660.04.05
Died:1661.12.01 († 68)

Bishop of Osnabrück (Germany) ([1625.10.27] 1627.01.27 – 1661.12.01)

Bishop of Verden (Germany) (1630.06.26 – 1631)

Bishop of Minden (Germany) (1633 – 1648)

Coadjutor Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) ([1642.11.09] 1642.12.15 – 1649.04.12)

Vicar Apostolic of Bremen (Germany) (1645.05.04 – 1661.12.01)

Bishop of Regensburg (Germany) (1649.04.12 – 1661.12.01)

Cardinal-Priest with no Title assigned (1660.04.05 – 1661.12.01)

Italy2. Cardinal Pietro VidoniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Pancrazio
former Bishop of Lodi (Italy)
former Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals

Born:1610.11.08 (Italy)
Ordained Priest:
Consecrated Bishop:1644
Created Cardinal:1660.04.05
Died:1681.01.05 († 70)

Bishop of Lodi (Italy) (1644.07.13 – 1669.06.16)

Apostolic Nuncio to Poland (1652.05.28 – 1660.04.05)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Callisto (1661.07.04 – 1673.03.13)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Pancrazio (1673.03.13 – 1681.01.05)

Camerlengo of Sacred College of Cardinals (1675.01.28 – 1676.02.24)

Italy3. Saint Cardinal Gregorio Giovanni Gasparo BarbarigoPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco
former Bishop of Padova (Italy)

Born:1625.09.16 (Venezia, Italy)
Ordained Priest:1655.12.21
Consecrated Bishop:1657
Created Cardinal:1660.04.05
Died:1697.06.18 (Padua, Italy † 71)
Beatified:1761.09.20
Canonised:1960.05.26

Bishop of Bergamo (Italy) (1657.07.09 – 1664.03.24)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Tommaso in Parione (1660.06.21 – 1677.09.13)

Bishop of Padova (Italy) (1664.03.24 – 1697.06.18)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Marco (1677.09.13 – 1697.06.18)

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Spain4. Cardinal Pascual de Aragón-Córdoba-Cardona y Fernández de CórdobaPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina
former Metropolitan Archbishop of Toledo (Spain)

Born:1626 (Spain)
Ordained Priest:1655
Created Cardinal:1660.04.05
Consecrated Bishop:1666.02.28
Died:1677.09.28 († 51)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Balbina (1661.11.21 – 1677.09.28)

Metropolitan Archbishop of Toledo (Spain) (1666.02.01 – 1677.09.28)

Italy5. Cardinal Francesco Maria ManciniPermalink

former Cardinal-Priest of S. Matteo in Merulana

Born:1606 (Italy)
Created Cardinal:1660.04.05
Died:1672.06.29 († 66)

Cardinal-Deacon of Ss. Vito, Modesto e Crescenzia (1660.04.19 – 1670.05.14)

Cardinal-Priest of S. Matteo in Merulana (1670.05.14 – 1672.06.29)

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