Alberoni, Giulio

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Born: May 30, 1664 AD
Died: 1752 AD, at 88 years of age.

Nationality: Italian
Categories: Cardinal, Politician


1664 - Alberoni was born in Piacenza, Italy on May 30, 1664.

 

1674 - Became the bellringer and verger in the Cathedral of Piacenza.

 

1706 - He accompanied the Duke of Parma to Paris.

 

1711 - Became Secretary of Vendome in Spain.

 

1713 - Appointed Consul for Parma at Philip's Court.

 

1714 - Arranged a marriage between King Philip V and Elisabetta Farnese, daughter of the Duke of Parma. After the marriage, he became Duke and Grandee of Spain and was appointed Bishop of Malaga.

 

1715 - Became Prime Minister of Spain.

 

1717 - Appointed Cardinal by Pope Clement XI. As Cardinal, he reduced the powers of the grandees in royal councils, abolished internal custom-houses.

 

1719 - After implementing his decrees, Spain was in turmoil. On December 5, 1719, he was ordered to leave Spain.

 

1730 - Clement XII appointed Alberoni as administrator of the hospital of San Lazzaro at Piacenza.

 

1739 - Clement XII appointed Alberoni as legate of Ravenna where he erected the Porta Alberoni.

 

1752 - Died on June 26, 1752.

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