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Two papal conclaves were held in 1503.

The first conclave was held following the death of Pope Alexander VI on August 18, 1503. This conclave lasted from September 16, 1503 to September 22, 1503 and ended in the election of Cardinal Francesco Todeschini Piccolomini, who took the name of Pope Pius III.

The second conclave followed the death of Pope Pius III on October 18, 1503. This conclave lasted from October 31, 1503 to November 1, 1503 and ended in the election of Cardinal Giuliano della Rovere, who took the name of Pope Julius II.

Participants in the Conclaves of 1503

The following table lists all cardinals eligible to vote in the papal conclaves of 1503 and indicates which conclaves each cardinal actually participated in.

Name Portrait September Conclave October Conclave
Giuliano della Rovere
Pope Julius II.jpg
Yes
Yes
Jorge da Costa
Costa Giorgio.jpg
Yes
Yes
Girolamo Basso della Rovere
Sansovino, monumento funebre di girolamo basso della rovere 14.JPG
Yes
Yes
Oliviero Carafa
Oliviero Carafa.jpg
Yes
Yes
Antonio Pallavicini Gentili
Titian - Portrait of Antonio Cardinal Pallavicini - WGA21114.jpg
Yes
Yes
Lorenzo Cybo de Mari
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Yes
Yes
Francesco Todeschini Piccolomini
Pius III, Nordisk familjebok.png
Yes
No
Raffaele Riario
Raffaele Riario.jpg
Yes
Yes
Giovanni Colonna
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Yes
Yes
Ascanio Sforza
Ascanio Maria Sforza Visconti.jpg
Yes
Yes
Giovanni di Lorenzo de' Medici
Angelo Bronzino - Pope Leo X - WGA3273.jpg
Yes
Yes
Federico di Sanseverino
Stemma sanseverino grande.jpg
Yes
Yes
Giovanni Antonio Sangiorgio
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Yes
Yes
Bernardino López de Carvajal
Cardeal Carvajal.jpg
Yes
Yes
Giuliano Cesarini
CESARINI GIULIANO.jpg
Yes
Yes
Domenico Grimani
Cardinal Domenico Grimani.jpg
Yes
Yes
Alessandro Farnese
Rafael - Alessandro Farnese.jpg
Yes
Yes
Ippolito d'Este
IppolitoId
No
Yes
Luigi d'Aragona
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Yes
Yes
Juan de Castro
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Yes
Yes
Georges d'Amboise
Georges d
Yes
Yes
Amanieu d'Albret
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Yes
Yes
Pedro Luis de Borja Lanzol de Romaní !
Template-Cardinal.svg
Yes
Yes
Jaime Serra i Cau
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Yes
Yes
Pietro Isvalies
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No
Yes
Francisco de Borja
Francisco de Borja.jpg
Yes
Yes
Juan de Vera
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Yes
Yes
Ludovico Prodocator
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Yes
Yes
Antonio Trivulzio
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Yes
Yes
Marco Cornaro
Tizian 109.jpg
Yes
Yes
Gianstefano Ferrero
FERRERO GIANSTEFANO (+1510).jpg
Yes
Yes
Juan Castellar y de Borja
Juan Castellar y de Borja.jpg
Yes
Yes
Francisco de Remolins
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Yes
Yes
Francesco Soderini
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Yes
Yes
Niccolò Fieschi
Coat Cardinals Fieschi.svg
Yes
Yes
Francisco Desprats
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Yes
Yes
Adriano Castellesi
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Yes
Yes
Jaime de Casanova
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Yes
Yes
Francisco Lloris y de Borja
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Yes
Yes
Luis Juan del Milà
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No
No
Raymond Peraudi
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No
No
Guillaume Briçonnet
Guillaume Briçonnet, duc de Rheims.jpg
No
No
Philippe de Luxembourg
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No
No
Tamás Bakócz
Bakócz.jpg
No
No
Melchior von Meckau
Melchior von Meckau.jpg
No
Yes

Konrad Eubel provides a list of the cardinals at the Conclave of October 1503, in which he states that Melchior Cupis von Meckau was not present.[1] Joannes Burchard, the papal Master of Ceremonies for the Conclave, does not include Von Meckau or his conclavists in his list of participants.[2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Eubel, Conradus (ed.); Gulik, Guilelmus (1923). Hierarchia catholica, Tomus 3 (second ed.). Münster: Libreria Regensbergiana. p. 9, note 1. ((cite book)): |first1= has generic name (help)
  2. ^ Johann Burchard (1885). L. Thuasne (ed.). Capelle pontificie sacrorum rituum magistri diarium: sive Rerum urbanarum commentarii (1483-1506) (in French and Latin). Vol. Tome troisième. Paris: E. Leroux. pp. 299–304.

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