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Examples of "galeazzo_marescotti"
Galeazzo Marescotti, son of Sforza Vicino and Vittoria was elected cardinal by Pope Clement X.
Galeazzo Marescotti (October 1, 1627– July 3, 1726) was an Italian cardinal.
On February 27, 1670, Michael I married Austrian princess Eleanor, and the ceremony was celebrated by Papal Nuncio, Cardinal Galeazzo Marescotti, as Primate Prazmowski refused to attend. The reception took place at the Denhoff Palace in Kruszyna.
On 25 Jul 1683, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Bishop of Tivoli, with Francesco Casati, Titular Archbishop of "Trapezus", and Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", serving as co-consecrators.
On 13 Jan 1692, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Giuseppe Bologna, Archbishop of Capua, and Stefano Giuseppe Menatti, Titular Bishop of "Cyrene", serving as co-consecrators.
On 6 Mar 1689, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Alberto Mugiasca, Bishop of Alessandria della Paglia, and Alberto Sebastiano Botti, Bishop of Albenga, serving as co-consecrators.
On 19 June 1695, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Sperello Sperelli, Bishop of Terni, serving as co-consecrators.
On 24 May 1693, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Lorenzo Corsini, Titular Archbishop of "Nicomedia", serving as co-consecrators.
On 14 Jun 1693, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Sperello Sperelli, Bishop of Terni, serving as co-consecrators.
On 28 July 1686, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Pietro de Torres, Archbishop of Dubrovnik, and Marcantonio Barbarigo, Archbishop of Corfù, serving as co-consecrators.
On 25 Jul 1694, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Stefano Giuseppe Menatti, Titular Bishop of "Cyrene", with serving as co-consecrators.
On 25 Jul 1694, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Stefano Giuseppe Menatti, Titular Bishop of "Cyrene", serving as co-consecrators.
On 2 Aug 1693, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Giovanni Battista Visconti Aicardi, Bishop of Novara, serving as co-consecrators.
The conclave opened on 9 October, with Galeazzo Marescotti as the main candidate - he was a former apostolic nuncio in Austria, Poland and Spain. However, his chances of being elected fell due to France's veto. Other likely candidates included Carlo Barberini, Leandro Colloredo, Bandino Panciatichi, Giambattista Spinola, Marcello Durazzo, Jacopo Antonio Morigia and Niccolò Acciaiuoli.
On February 27, 1664, Inquisitor Galeazzo Marescotti wrote that the traditional Carnival celebrations ended quietly that year because the knights were still mourning the death of their Grand Master Raphael Cotoner. In 1678, Inquisitor Ercole Visconti mentioned the "scandals" involving some knights during Carnival days.
Giacinto Gaetano Chiurlia was born in Rome, Italy. On 24 August 1693, he was appointed by Pope Innocent XII as Coadjutor Bishop of Giovinazzo. On 24 August 1693, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta with Sperello Sperelli, Bishop of Terni, and Stefano Giuseppe Menatti, Titular Bishop of "Cyrene," serving as co-consecrators. He served as Bishop of Giovinazzo until his death on 23 March 1730.
In view of more demanding services, he was appointed titular archbishop of Laodicea in Phrygia on 2 January 1693 and consecrated bishop on 4 January 1693 by Cardinal Galeazzo Marescotti in Rome with Prospero Bottini, Titular Archbishop of "Myra", and Stefano Giuseppe Menatti, Titular Bishop of "Cyrene", serving as co-consecrators. The day after he left from Rome as Nuncio to the Kingdom of Spain, where he succeeded to gain the confidence of Charles II.
On 28 October 1686, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XI as Titular Bishop of "Cyrene." On 3 November 1686, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Gregorio Carducci, Bishop of Valva e Sulmona, and Pier Antonio Capobianco, Bishop Emeritus of Lacedonia, serving as co-consecrators. On 13 September 1694, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XII as Bishop of Como. He served as Bishop of Como until his death on 5 August 1695.
Bartolomé García de Escañuela was born in Archidona, Spain and ordained a priest in the Order of Friars Minor. On October 6, 1670, he was appointed by the King of Spain and confirmed by Pope Clement X as Bishop of Puerto Rico. He was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Apostolic Nuncio to Spain. On November 16, 1676, he was appointed by the King of Spain and confirmed by Pope Innocent XI as Bishop of Durango. He served as Bishop of Durango until his death on November 20, 1684.
Andrea de Rossi was born in Serre, Campania and ordained a priest in the Congregation of Clerics Regular of the Divine Providence. On 31 May 1688, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XI as Archbishop of Rossano. On 8 June 1688, he was consecrated bishop by Galeazzo Marescotti, Cardinal-Priest of Santi Quirico e Giulitta, with Pietro de Torres, Archbishop of Dubrovnik, and Pier Antonio Capobianco, Bishop Emeritus of Lacedonia, serving as co-consecrators. He served as Archbishop of Rossano until his death on 30 October 1696.