Pietro di Miso

Pietro di Miso (died September 17, 1174) was Italian cardinal. He was elevated to the cardinalate by Pope Adrian IV in the consistory of February 1158.[1] Initially he was cardinal-deacon of S. Eustachio, but in 1166 he was promoted to the order of cardinal-priests and received titulus San Lorenzo in Damaso. After the double papal election in 1159 he supported the obedience of Pope Alexander III and served as his legate in Hungary.[2] He signed the papal bulls between April 24, 1158 and July 17, 1174.[3]

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  1. ^ Salvador Miranda: Consistories of the pontificate of Pope Adrian IV
  2. ^ G. Moroni, p. 216
  3. ^ Jaffé, Regesta..., p. 659 and 678

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