Pope Adrian VI bull, 1522.


Adrian VI, Pope, 1459-1523. Pope Adrian VI bull, 1522.

Pope Adrian VI bull, 1522.

Bull dated Oct. 29, 1522, conferring upon Cardinal Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini a pension of 600 gold ducats from the revenues of the diocese of Sion (written Sitten in the manuscript) in Switzerland. The lead bull has been torn off the bottom of the document.

1 item (1 leaf) : parchment.

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