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Marefoschi, Prospero, 1653-1732

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Personal name headingMarefoschi, Prospero, 1653-1732
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Variant(s)Marefuscus, Propserus, 1653-1732
Associated countryItaly
LocatedRome (Italy) Fermo (Italy)
Birth date1653-09-24
Death date1723-02-24
Place of birthMarche (Italy)
Place of deathRome (Italy)
Field of activityCivil law Canon law
AffiliationCatholic Church. Collegium Cardinalium Università di Fermo
Profession or occupationLawyers
Found inIllustrissima Congregatione a' sanctissimo deputata, siuè RR. PP. DD. Nuptio, Marefusco, Petra, Ansaldo, et Lancetta, Discursus in causa Romana optionis episcopatus, 1715: title page (Marefuscus)
Identifiants et Référentiels, online authority file, viewed Jan. 15, 2019 (Marefoschi, Prospero (1652-1732); wrote in Italian; born Sept. 29, 1653; died Feb. 17, 1732; Cardinal; uncle of Mario Marefoschi Compagnoni)
Wikipedia, veiwed Jan. 15, 2019 (Prospero Marefoschi; born Sept. 24, 1653; died Feb. 24, 1732; cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church; born in Montesanto in the Marche region of Italy; ordained in 1709; made an archbishop in 1711; created as a cardinal in 1724)
The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church (website), viewed Jan. 15, 2019 (Marefoschi, Prospero (1653-1732); born Sept. 24, 1653 at Monte Santo della Marca in the archbishopric of Fermo; fourth child of Camillo Marefoschi and Speranza Guarnieri; Studied at the University of Fermo, where he earened a doctorate in utroque iure in 1674; practiced as a lawyer in Rome; elected titular archbishop of Cirene in 1711; transferred to the titular archepiscopal see of Cesarea in 1721; Created a cardinal-priest in 1724; became Vicar General of Rome in 1726; Died in Rome on February 24, 1732)
Associated languageita lat