Synonyms for cesare_facchinetti or Related words with cesare_facchinetti

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Examples of "cesare_facchinetti"
Cesare Facchinetti (17 September 1608 – 30 January 1683) was an Italian Catholic Cardinal.
On 13 November 1644, he was consecrated bishop by Cesare Facchinetti, Bishop of Senigallia, with Patrizio Donati, Bishop of Minori, and Bartolomeo Vannini, Bishop of Nepi e Sutri, serving as co-consecrators.
His great-nephew Giovanni Antonio Cardinal Facchinetti de Nuce, juniore, was one of two cardinals appointed during the weeks of Innocent IX's pontificate. A later member of the Cardinalate was his great-grandnephew Cesare Facchinetti (made a Cardinal in 1643).
The families of Rome held him in high esteem and even sought him out for advice. Families such as Ludovisi, Boncompagni, Borghese, Caetani, Cibo, Colonna, Orsini and Salviati regarded him well and sought him out wherever possible while cardinals such as Gianstefano Donghi, Francesco Barberini, Celio Piccolomini, Michelangelo Ricci, Cesare Facchinetti, Carlo Barberini and Benedetto Odescalchi - the future Pope Innocent XI - also did likewise.