adrian de castello



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adrian de castello - Adrian de Castello (c. 1460-1521);
adrian de castello - Italian ecclesiastic. Born at Corneto, he went to England on a mission in the reign of Henry VII, who made him successively bishop of Hereford and of Bath and Wells. He became the confidant of Pope Alexander VI, and was created a cardinal in 1503. For complicity in a plot against Leo X he was deprived of his dignities, fled from Rome, and is believed to have been murdered. He left philosophical and other writings.

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