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Report No. t198

Gregorius de Magalottis

d. 1537


Alternative Names

Gregorio Magalotti



Scion of a Roman noble family, G. was a cleric who worked in papal administration. He served as governor of Roma and then as governor or legate in various papal states. At the end of his life he was bishop of Chiusi, 1534–1537, but apparently did not serve in his diocese. His only known work Securitatis ac salvi conductus tractatus (TUI 1584, t. 11.1) was written while he was governor of Roma, but was first published postumously in 1538.

Source: DBI.

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