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Agnolo Acciaioli II

Agnolo Acciaioli II

Angelo Acciaioli II or Angelo Acciaioli junior (April 15, 1349 - May 31, 1408 in Pisa) was an Italian Catholic cardinal.

Born in Florence, he was elected bishop of Rapallo in 1375, but in 1383 he was transferred to the see of Florence where he had been preceded by a previous family member many years before, Angelo Acciaioli I. He was promoted to the cardinalate on December 17, 1384 by Pope Urban VI. He defended legality of the election of Urban VI and his successors against the claims of the antipopes Clement VII and Benedict XIII. In the Papal conclave, 1389 he was nearly of being elected to the papacy. Legate of Pope Boniface IX in the Kingdom of Naples in 1390 and in Hungary in 1403. He crowned king Ladislaus of Naples. He reformed the Benedictine monastery S. Paolo fuori le mura in Rome and participated in the papal conclave, 1404. Newly elected Pope Innocent VII named him archpriest of the patriarchal Vatican Basilica (shortly after December 4, 1404), Cardinal-Bishop of Ostia e Velletri (June 12, 1405), Dean of the Sacred College of Cardinals (June 12, 1405), and finally Vice-Chancellor of the Holy Roman Church (on August 29, 1405). He presided over the papal conclave, 1406. He died in Pisa at the age of 59. His remains were transferred to the Carthusian monastery in Florence.

See also

References

  • The Florentine church, Archbishop Curia, Florence 1970.
  • Pompeo Litta, Acciaioli di Firenze, in Famiglie Celebri Italiane, 1830-45.
  • Setton, Kenneth M. (1975). Catalan Domination of Athens 1311–1380. London: Variorum. 
  • Curzio Ugurgieri della Berardenga, Gli Acciaioli di Firenze nella Luce de' Loro Tempi, Leo Olschki, 1962.
  • Martin Souchon: Die Papstwahlen in der Zeit des grossen Schismas, Verlag von Benno Goeritz, 1888
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Philippe d'Alençon
Cardinal-bishop of Ostia
1397-1408
Succeeded by
Jean-Allarmet de Brogny
Preceded by
Angelo Ricasoli
Bishop of Florence
1383–1385
Succeeded by
Bartolomeo Oleario
Preceded by
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Bishop of Rapallo
1375-1383
Succeeded by
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