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Cardinals created by Pius IV

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Cardinals created by Pius IV

Pope Pius IV (r. 1559–1565) created 46 cardinals in four consistories:

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31 January 1560

  1. Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni, nephew of the Pope, bishop of Foligno – cardinal-priest of S. Giorgio in Velabro (received the title on 14 February 1560), then cardinal-priest of S. Maria degli Angeli (15 May 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (12 April 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (9 June 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Angelo in Pescheria (3 July 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (31 July 1577), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (9 July 1578), cardinal-bishop of Palestrina (5 October 1578), cardinal-bishop of Frascati (4 March 1583), cardinal-bishop of Porto e S. Rufina (11 December 1587), cardinal-bishop of Ostia e Velletri (2 March 1589), † 18 March 1591
  2. Charles Borromeo, nephew of the Pope – cardinal-deacon of SS. Vito e Modesto (received the title on 14 February 1560), then cardinal-deacon of SS. Silvestro e Martino (4 September 1560), cardinal-priest of SS. Silvestro e Martino (4 June 1563), cardinal-priest of S. Prassede (17 November 1564), † 3 November 1584
  3. Giovanni de' Medici, son of the Duke of Florence – cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Domnica (received the title on 26 April 1560), † 20 November 1562

26 February 1561

  1. Girolamo Seripando, O.S.A., archbishop of Salerno – cardinal-priest of S. Susanna (received the title on 10 March 1561), † 16 April 1563
  2. Philibert Babou de la Bourdaisière, bishop of Angoulême – cardinal-priest of S. Sisto (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of SS. Silvestro e Martino (17 November 1564), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (14 May 1568), † 25 January 1570
  3. Ludovico Simoneta, bishop of Pesaro, datary of the Pope – cardinal-priest of S. Ciriaco (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (15 November 1566), † 30 April 1568
  4. Mark Sittich von Hohenems Altemps, nephew of the Pope, bishop-elect of Cassano – cardinal-deacon of SS. XII Apostoli (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of SS. XII Apostoli (30 July 1563), cardinal-priest of S. Giorgio in Velabro (15 May 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (3 October 1578), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (17 August 1579), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (5 December 1580), † 15 February 1595
  5. Francesco Gonzaga – cardinal-deacon of S. Nicola in Carcere (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-deacon of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (6 July 1562), cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (1 March 1564), † 6 January 1566
  6. Alfonso Gesualdo – cardinal-deacon of S. Cecilia (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Cecilia (22 October 1563), cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (17 October 1572), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (9 July 1578), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (17 August 1579), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (5 December 1580), cardinal-bishop of Albano (4 March 1583), cardinal-bishop of Frascati (11 December 1587), cardinal-bishop of Porto e S. Rufina (2 March 1589), cardinal-bishop of Ostia e Velletri (20 March 1591), † 14 February 1603
  7. Gianfrancesco Gambara – cardinal-deacon of SS. Marcellino e Pietro (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of SS. Marcellino e Pietro (1562?), cardinal-priest of S. Pudenziana (17 November 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (3 July 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (17 October 1572), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (9 July 1578), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (17 August 1579), cardinal-bishop of Albano (5 December 1580), cardinal-bishop of Palestrina (4 March 1583), † 5 May 1587
  8. Marcantonio da Mula, ambassador of the Republic of Venice – cardinal-deacon of S. Marcello (received the title on 10 March 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Marcello (17 March 1561), † 17 March 1572
  9. Bernardo Salviati, O.S.Io.Hieros., bishop of Saint-Papoul, grand prior of Rome – cardinal-priest of S. Simeone Profeta (received the title on 27 June 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (15 May 1566), † 6 May 1568
  10. Stanislaus Hosius, bishop of Warmia – cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna (received the title on 8 August 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Pancrazio (31 August 1562), cardinal-priest of S. Sabina (4 September 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Teodoro (7 September 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (10 February 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (9 June 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (3 July 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (9 July 1578), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (3 October 1578), † 5 August 1579
  11. Pier Francesco Ferrero, bishop of Vercelli – cardinal-priest of S. Cesareo in Palatio (received the title on 3 June 1561), then cardinal-priest of S. Agnese in Agone (10 November 1561), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (7 October 1566), † 14 November 1566
  12. Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle, bishop of Arras – cardinal-priest of S. Bartolomeo all'Isola (received the title on 6 July 1562), then cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (14 May 1568), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (10 February 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (9 June 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Trastevere (9 July 1578), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (3 October 1578), † 21 September 1586
  13. Luigi d'Este – cardinal-deacon of SS. Nereo ed Achilleo (received the title on 6 July 1562), then cardinal-deacon of S. Lucia in Silice (22 October 1563), cardinal-deacon of S. Angelo in Pescheria (31 July 1577), cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata (19 December 1583), † 30 December 1586
  14. Ludovico Madruzzo – cardinal-deacon of S. Callisto (received the title on 3 June 1561), then cardinal-deacon of S. Onofrio (4 May 1562), cardinal-priest of S. Onofrio (9 February 1569), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (1 October 1586), cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (20 March 1591), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (18 August 1597), cardinal-bishop of Frascati (21 February 1600), † 20 April 1600
  15. Innico d'Avalos d'Aragona O.S. Iacobis – cardinal-deacon of S. Lucia in Silice (received the title on 3 June 1561), then cardinal-deacon of S. Adriano (30 July 1563), cardinal-priest of S. Adriano (19 January 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (3 March 1567), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (13 October 1586), cardinal-bishop of Frascati (2 March 1589), cardinal-bishop of Porto e S. Rufina (20 March 1591), † 20 February 1600
  16. Francisco Pacheco de Toledo – cardinal-deacon of S. Susanna (received the title on 14 July 1564), then cardinal-priest of S. Pudenziana (7 February 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Croce in Gerusalemme (17 November 1565), † 23 August 1579
  17. Bernardo Navagero – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (2 June 1561) cardinal-priest of S. Nicola inter Imagines (received the title on 3 June 1561), cardinal-priest of S. Pancrazio (6 July 1562), cardinal-priest of S. Nicola inter Imagines (31 August 1562), cardinal-priest of S. Susanna (7 February 1565), † 13 April 1565
  18. Girolamo di Corregio – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (2 June 1561) cardinal-priest of S. Giovanni a Porta Latina (received the title on 3 June 1561), cardinal-priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (5 May 1562), cardinal-priest of SS. Silvestro e Martino (14 May 1568), cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (9 June 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (3 July 1570), † 9 October 1572

Daniele Barbaro, patriarch of Aquileia, was created in pectore but his name was never published.

6 January 1563

  1. Federico Gonzaga, brother of the Duke of Mantua – cardinal-deacon of S. Maria Nuova (received the title on w marcu 1563), † 21 February 1565
  2. Ferdinando de' Medici, son of the Duke of Florence – cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Domnica (received the title on 10 May 1565), then cardinal-deacon of S. Eustachio (15 May 1585), cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Via Lata (7 January 1587); resigned the cardinalate on 28 November 1588, † 22 February 1609

12 March 1565

  1. Annibale Bozzuti, archbishop of Avignon – cardinal-priest of S. Silvestro in Capite (received the title on 15 May 1565), † 6 October 1565
  2. Marco Antonio Colonna, archbishop of Taranto – cardinal-priest of SS. XII Apostoli (received the title on 15 May 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Pietro in Vincoli (5 December 1580), cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (13 October 1586), cardinal-bishop of Palestrina (11 May 1587), † 14 March 1597
  3. Tolomeo Gallio, archbishop of Manfredonia – cardinal-priest of S. Teodoro (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-priest of S. Pancrazio (7 September 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Agata in Suburra (14 May 1568), cardinal-priest of S. Maria del Popolo (20 April 1587), cardinal-bishop of Albano (11 December 1587), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (2 March 1589), cardinal-bishop of Porto e S. Rufina (21 February 1600), cardinal-bishop of Ostia e Velletri (19 February 1603), † 3 February 1607
  4. Angelo Nicolini, archbishop of Pisa – cardinal-priest of S. Callisto (received the title on 15 May 1565), † 15 August 1567
  5. Luigi Pisani, bishop of Padova – cardinal-priest of S. Vitale (received the title on 8 February 1566), then cardinal-priest of S. Marco (2 June 1568), † 3 June 1570
  6. Prospero Santacroce, bishop of Kisamos, nuncio in France – cardinal-priest of S. Girolamo degli Schiavoni (received the title on 8 February 1566), then cardinal-priest of S. Maria degli Angeli (12 April 1570), cardinal-priest of S. Adriano (5 May 1574), cardinal-priest of S. Clemente (4 March 1583), cardinal-bishop of Albano (2 March 1589), † 2 October 1589
  7. Zaccaria Delfino, bishop of Hvar, nuncio in Austria – cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Aquiro (received the title on 7 September 1565), then cardinal-priest of S. Stefano al Monte Celio (15 April 1578), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (17 August 1579), † 19 December 1583
  8. Marcantonio Bobba bishop of Aosta – cardinal-priest of S. Silvestro in Capite (received the title on 8 February 1566), then cardinal-priest of S. Marcello (2 June 1572), † 18 March 1575
  9. Ugo Boncompagni, bishop of Viesti, prefect of the Signature of Grace – cardinal-priest of S. Sisto (received the title on 15 May 1565); became Pope Gregory XIII on 13 May 1572, † 10 April 1585
  10. Alessandro Sforza, bishop of Parma – cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Via (received the title on 15 May 1565), † 16 May 1581
  11. Simone Pasqua, bishop of Luni-Sarzana – cardinal-priest of S. Sabina (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-priest of S. Pancrazio (4 September 1565), † 4 September 1565
  12. Flavio Orsini, bishop of Muro – cardinal-priest of S. Giovanni a Porta Latina (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-priest of SS. Marcellino e Pietro (17 November 1565), cardinal-priest of S. Prisca (9 July 1578), † 16 May 1581
  13. Carlo Visconti, bishop of Ventimiglia – cardinal-priest of SS. Vito e Modesto (received the title on 15 May 1565), † 12 November 1565
  14. Francesco Alciati, bishop of Civita Castellana – cardinal-deacon of S. Lucia in Septisolio (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-deacon of S. Susanna (3 June 1565), cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Portico (13 May 1569), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Portico (22 June 1569), † 20 April 1580
  15. Francesco Abbondio Castiglioni, bishop of Bobbio – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (1565) cardinal-priest of S. Nicola inter Imagines (received the title on 8 February 1566), † 14 November 1568
  16. Guido Luca Ferrero, bishop of Vercelli, nuncio in Venice – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (26 October? 1565) cardinal-priest of S. Eufemia (received the title on 8 February 1566), cardinal-priest of SS. Vito e Modesto (6 March 1566), † 16 May 1585
  17. Alessandro Crivelli, bishop of Cerenza e Cariati, nuncio in Spain – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (1565) cardinal-priest of S. Giovanni a Porta Latina (received the title on 8 February 1566), cardinal-priest of S. Maria in Aracoeli (20 November 1570), † 22 December 1574
  18. Antoine de Créqui Canaples, bishop of Amiens – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (1565) cardinal-priest of S. Trifonio (received the title on 13 March 1566), † 20 June 1574
  19. Giovanni Francesco Commendone, bishop of Zacynthus, nuncio in Poland – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (1565) cardinal-priest of S. Ciriaco (received the title on 15 November 1566), cardinal-priest of S. Maria degli Angeli (5 July 1574), cardinal-priest of S. Anastasia (9 January 1584), cardinal-priest of S. Marco (14 May 1584), † 26 December 1584
  20. Benedetto Lomellini – cardinal-deacon of S. Maria in Aquiro (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-priest of S. Sabina (7 September 1565), † 24 July 1579
  21. Gugliemo Sirleto – cardinal-deacon of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Panisperna (26 October 1565), † 6 October 1585
  22. Gabriele Paleotti – cardinal-deacon of SS. Nereo ed Achilleo (received the title on 15 May 1565), then cardinal-deacon of SS. Giovanni e Paolo (7 September 1565), cardinal-priest of SS. Giovanni e Paolo (30 January 1566), cardinal-priest of SS. Silvestro e Martino (5 July 1572), cardinal-priest of S. Lorenzo in Lucina (11 May 1587), cardinal-bishop of Albano (8 November 1589), cardinal-bishop of Sabina (20 March 1591), † 23 July 1597
  23. Francesco Crasso, governor of Bologna – cardinal-deacon without the title, then (26 October 1565) cardinal-priest of S. Lucia in Septisolio (received the title on 8 February 1566), cardinal-priest of S. Eufemia (6 March 1566), † 29 August 1566

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