Synonyms for alfonso_gesualdo or Related words with alfonso_gesualdo

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Examples of "alfonso_gesualdo"
he was consecrated bishop by Alfonso Gesualdo di Conza, Archbishop of Naples. He served as Archbishop of Taranto until his death on 11 Nov 1601.
Alfonso Gesualdo di Conza (20 October 1540–14 February 1603) was an Italian Cardinal, from 1561. He was from Naples. His attendance at the papal conclave of 1565-6 at the age of only 25 makes him one of the youngest Cardinals ever to participate in a papal election.
On January 30, 1592 Cardinal Ippolito Aldobrandini was unanimously elected to the papacy and took the name of Clement VIII. On February 2 he was consecrated to the episcopate by Cardinal Alfonso Gesualdo, bishop of Ostia e Velletri and dean of the College of Cardinals. Seven days later he was solemnly crowned by Francesco Sforza di Santa Fiora, deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata.