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added 1 September 2008
updated 28 September 2008 (consecration of Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte).

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POPE JULIUS III

Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte, the future Pope Julius III, Archbishop of Manfredonia. Consecrated 12 November 1514 at Perugia, in the Cathedral, by his uncle Antonio Maria Cardinal Ciocchi del Monte, Legate of Perugia, assistentibus aliquot Episcopis et aliis Praelatis.  (source: Giovanni Muzi, Memorie ecclesiastiche e civili di Cittą di Castello, 1843, Cittą di Castello, Vol. III, p. 57).

Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte, Bishop of Cittą di Castello. Consecrated 4 January 1506 at Rome, in the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli, by Tito Veltri di Viterbo, Bishop of Castro, Acquapendente, assisted by Nicola Antonio de Piscibus, Bishop of Muro Lucano, and Francesco Filipperi, Bishop of Ferentino.

The details of the consecration of Bishop Tito Veltri di Viterbo have not yet been discovered.

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