Biography of Pedro Accolti (1487-1549)

Cardinal and Italian Jurisconsult, born in Florence in 1487 and died in the same city in 1549. He was León X use of Apostolic abreviador-time and wrote the famous Bull which condemned forty-one propositions of this reformer in 1549 against Lutero. Secretary of Pope Clement VII, was named cardinal in 1527, and was sent as legate to Ancona brand in 1532. Under the pontificate of Paul III fell, accused of embezzlement, and did not obtain their freedom but through payment of 59,000 gold crowns. His known an unprecedented Treaty of the rights of the Pope over the Kingdom of Naples, and some poetry.