Synonyms for clarelli or Related words with clarelli

parracciani              pramollo              ottobiano              montefranco              locatello              puglianello              pedivigliano              filogaso              pognano              masate              pratiglione              roccaromana              opizio              gandellino              commessaggio              cossombrato              rueglio              tagliavia              binanuova              solonghello              venasca              rovagnate              godiasco              bellusco              vestreno              tebaldeschi              andreasi              lugnacco              mongardino              trausella              sellano              lusernetta              borgoratto              tredozio              bistagno              castelvisconti              albiate              gavazzana              camparada              sueglio              chiusanico              montescano              paracciani              rabattone              vistrorio              trivolzio              giacopo              vallanzengo              maropati              trigolo             



Examples of "clarelli"
Business Angel of the Year: Francesco Marini Clarelli (Italy)
Clarelli died on 7 July 1872 at Vico Equense and was temporarily buried there.
Clarelli was ordained as a Bishop in January 1844, was elevated to Cardinal and was appointed Cardinal-Priest of San Pietro in Vincoli.
Clarelli participated in the Papal Conclave of 1846 which elected Pope Pius IX and the First Vatican Council in 1869 and 1870.
Niccola Clarelli Parracciani (12 April 1799 – 7 July 1872) was a Catholic Cardinal and was Arch-Priest of St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican.
In 1860, Clarelli was appointed "Secretary of the Congregation for the Erection of Churches and Consistorial Provisions", the equivalent of the modern role of Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops.
Clarelli was born on 12 April 1799 in Rieti. He was educated at the Archgymnasium of Rome where he received a doctorate in utroque iuris, both civil and canon law on 8 July 1822.
Buttigieg was born on November 3, 1793 in Qala, Gozo, Malta. He was ordained priest on December 21 1816. Some years later in 1863 he was appointed as the Auxiliary Bishop of Malta. He was consecrated by the Italian Cardinal Niccola Clarelli Parracciani on May 3, 1863 in the church of Santissima Trinità Montecitorio in Rome. Buttigieg was assigned the titular see of Lete.