Pope Clement VII bull, 1529.


Clement VII, Pope, 1478-1534. Pope Clement VII bull, 1529.

Pope Clement VII bull, 1529.

Bull from Pope Clement VII dated May 8, 1529, addressed to Cardinal Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini (archbishop of Siena, 1503-1529), who that same day had ceded the provostry of Casuli in the diocese of Volterra to the Pope, who then appointed Lelio Tolomei as cardinal, with reservation of the provostry's revenues and reversion, in case it should become vacant.

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