Synonyms for ulderico_carpegna or Related words with ulderico_carpegna

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Examples of "ulderico_carpegna"
Ulderico Carpegna (24 June 1595 – 24 January 1679) was an Italian jurist and Cardinal.
The "Fondo Carpegna" of the Vatican Secret Archives contains material relating to Ulderico Carpegna and Gaspare Carpegna.
Cardinal Caetani was consecrated to the episcopacy by Ludovico Ludovisi. Having himself consecrated Ulderico Carpegna, Caetani is in the episcopal lineage of Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI.
Ulderico Carpegna consecrated Altieri to the episcopacy on 2 May 1666. Having himself consecrated Pope Benedict XIII to the episcopacy, Cardinal Altieri is in the episcopal lineage of Pope Francis.
Gaspare was born in 1625 in Rome. His mother was from the Spada family. He was a relative of the Cardinal Ulderico Carpegna of the Holy Roman Catholic Church who died in 1679. He was born in Rome on May 8, 1625, in the family of the Counts of Carpegna, the Montefeltro. The mother was a descendant of the aristocratic Spada family.
In 1664, Altieri was elevated to Cardinal "in pectore" by Pope Alexander VII. His elevation to cardinal was published in 1666 and he was made Cardinal-Priest of Santi Apostoli, Rome. The following month he was elected Bishop of Montefiascone e Corneto and consecrated by his mother's relative, Cardinal Ulderico Carpegna. He participated in the conclave of 1667 which elected Pope Clement IX.