Francesco Soderini
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Francesco Soderini

Francesco di Tommaso Soderini (10 June 1453 - 17 May 1524) was a major diplomatic and Church figure of Renaissance Italy, and brother of Piero Soderini. He was an adversary of the Medici family.

Biography

On 27 Mar 1486, he was ordained a priest by Rinaldo Orsini, Archbishop of Florence. He became Bishop of Volterra in 1478, by nomination, resigning in 1509.[1] In 1487, he was ordained and received his cardinalate in 1503, supported by Louis XII of France. He was Bishop of Cortona from 1504-1505 and held further church posts.

He was complicit in the plot of fellow Cardinals Bandinello Sauli and Alfonso Petrucci against Leo X for the benefit of Cardinal Riario; he went into voluntary exile in 1517, returning to Rome in 1521.

References and notes

  1. ^ Miranda, Salvador. "SODERINI, Francesco (1453-1524)". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Florida International University. Retrieved 2019.

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Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Antonio dell'Agli
Bishop of Volterra
1478-1509
Succeeded by
Giuliano Soderini
Preceded by
Juan de Borja Lanzol de Romaní, el mayor
Cardinal-Priest of Santa Susanna
1503-1508
Succeeded by
Leonardo Grosso della Rovere
Preceded by
Raniero de Guicciardini
Bishop of Cortona
1504-1505
Succeeded by
Guglielmo Capponi
Preceded by
Raymond Pérault
Administrator of Saintes
1507-1514
Succeeded by
Giuliano Soderini
Preceded by
Leonardo Grosso della Rovere
Cardinal-Priest of Santi XII Apostoli
1508-1511
Succeeded by
Niccolò Fieschi
Preceded by
Bernardino López de Carvajal y Sande
Cardinal-Bishop of Sabina
1511-1513
Succeeded by
Bernardino López de Carvajal y Sande
Preceded by
Camillo Leonini
Cardinal-Bishop of Tivoli
1513-1516
Succeeded by
Camillo Leonini
Preceded by
Francesco della Rovere
Bishop of Vicenza
1514-1524
Succeeded by
Niccolò Ridolfi
Preceded by
Pietro Guzman
Administrator of Narni
1515-1517
Succeeded by
Ugolino Martelli
Preceded by
Jaime Serra i Cau
Cardinal-Bishop of Palestrina
1516-1523
Succeeded by
Alessandro Farnese
Preceded by
Giacomo Bongalli
Bishop of Anagni
1517-1523
Succeeded by
Luigi di Volterra
Preceded by
Jaime Serra y Cau
Cardinal-bishop of Albano
1516-1517
Succeeded by
Francisco de Remolins
Preceded by
Domenico Grimani
Cardinal-Bishop of Porto e Santa Rufina
1523
Succeeded by
Niccolò Fieschi
Preceded by
Bernardino López de Carvajal y Sande
Cardinal-bishop of Ostia
1523-1524
Succeeded by
Niccolò Fieschi
Preceded by
Bernardino López de Carvajal y Sande
Dean of the College of Cardinals
1523-1524
Succeeded by
Niccolò Fieschi

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