Pope Paul III bull, 1536.


Paul III, Pope, 1468-1549. Pope Paul III bull, 1536.

Pope Paul III bull, 1536.

Bull dated June 7, 1536, relating to the resignation from the archdiocese of Siena by Cardinal Giovanni d'Andrea di Nanni Todeschini Piccolomini, in favor of his nephew Francesco Bandini in 1529 (see Ms. Coll. 742, folder 123), and a subsequent cession of landed estate in Siena.

1 item (1 leaf) : parchment.

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