Cardinals created by Clement III

Pope Clement III (r. 1187-91) created 30 cardinals in three consistories held during his pontificate; this included the elevation of his future successor Pope Innocent III in 1190.[1]

Pope Clement III.

12 March 1188Edit

  • Gérard Mainard O.Cist.
  • Pietro
  • Alessio
  • Giordano di Ceccano O.Cist.
  • Pietro
  • Pietro
  • Giovanni Malabranca
  • Gregorio de San Apostolo
  • Giovanni Felici
  • Bernardo Can. Reg.
  • Gregorio Crescenzi

May 1189Edit

  • Giovanni
  • Alessandro
  • Giovanni

September 1190Edit

Notes and referencesEdit

  1. ^ Salvador Miranda. "Cardinals of the 12th Century". The Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church. Archived from the original on 19 September 2015. Retrieved 12 February 2019.
  1. ^ Elected as Pope Innocent III in 1198 and reigned until his death in 1216.

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