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Francesco Antonio Leopardi

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Church  Catholic Church
Successor  Luca Trapani
Died  1717, Tricarico, Italy
Predecessor  Fulvio Crivelli
Nationality  Italian
Ordination  14 March 1671
Consecration  3 October 1683 by Alessandro Crescenzi (cardinal)
Previous post  Bishop of Marsico Nuovo (1683–1685)
Diocese  Roman Catholic Diocese of Tricarico

Francesco Antonio Leopardi (1635–1717) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Tricarico (1685–1717) and Bishop of Marsico Nuovo (1683–1685).

Biography

Francesco Antonio Leopardi was born in 1635 in Bonihabitaculi, Italy and ordained a priest on 14 March 1671. On 27 September 1683, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XI as Bishop of Marsico Nuovo. On 3 October 1683, he was consecrated bishop by Alessandro Crescenzi, Cardinal-Priest of Santa Prisca. On 1 October 1685, he was appointed during the papacy of Pope Innocent XI as Bishop of Tricarico. He served as Bishop of Tricarico until his death on 5 February 1717.

References

Francesco Antonio Leopardi Wikipedia


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