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Sources:

-Chacón, Alfonso. Vitæ, et res gestæ Pontificum Romanorum: et S.R.E. Cardinalium ab initio nascentis Ecclesiæ usque ad Clementem IX P. O. M. Alphonsi Ciaconii Ord. Praed. & aliorum opera descriptæ: cum uberrimis notis. Ab Augustino Oldoino, Soc. Jesu recognitæ, et ad quatuor tomos ingenti ubique rerum accessione productæ. Additis Pontificum recentiorum imaginibus, & Cardinalium insignibus, plurimisque æneis figuris, cum indicibus locupletissimis. 4 vols. Romæ: Philippi et Ant. De Rubeis, 1677.

-Cristofori, Francesco. Cronotassi dei cardinali de Santa Romana Chiesa: nelle loro sedi suburbicarie titoli presbiterali e diaconie dal secolo V all'anno del signore MDCCCLXXXVIII; compilata sui manoscritti originali ed autentici esistenti nella biblioteca e negli archivi vaticani e su molteplici altre fonti storiche edite ed inedite antiche e moderne. Roma: Tipografia de Propaganda Fide, 1888. His Storia dei cardinali di Santa Romana Chiesa; v 1. Chiefly tables. Includes "Tavole delle fonti storiche del presente volume" and "Cronotassi dei Pontefici Romani".

-Gams, Pius Bonifatius. Series episcoporum Ecclesiae catholicae, quotquot innotuerunt a beato Petro apostolo. A multio adjutus ed. p. Pius Bonifacius Gams ... Leipzig: K.W. Hiersemann, 1931. 2 v. in 1. Vol. 2 has title, ... qua series, quae apparuit 1873 completur et continuatur ab anno ca. 1870 ad 20. febr. 1885.

-Giraud, A., and Lierde, P.C. van. "The suburbicarian bishoprics" in What is a cardinal? Translated by A. Manson. Vol. LXXXIV of Twentieth Century Encyclopedia of Catholicism. Edited by Henri Daniel-Rops. 122 vols. New York: Hawthorne Books, 1964, pp. 17-21.

-Hierarchia catholica medii et recentoris ævi sive Summorum Pontificum, S.R.E. cardinalium ecclesiarum antistitum series. Edited by Guilelmus van Gulik, Conradus Eubel, Ludovicus Schmitz-Kallenberg, Remigius Ritzler, and Pirminus Sefrin. 9 vols. Münich: Librariæ Regensbergianü, 1913-1978. Reprint edition: Padua: Il Messaggero di S. Antonio, 1960-2002.

-The lives of the eighth-century popes (Liber Pontificalis). The ancient biographies of nine popes from A.D. 715 to AD 817. Translated with an introduction and commentary by Raymond Davis. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1992. (Translated texts for historians, 13).

-Mas Latrie, Louis de. "Cardinaux Évêques", in Trésor de chronologie d'histoire et de géographie pour l'étude et l'emploi des documents du moyen âge. Paris: Palmé, 1889, cols. 1153-1170.

-Rossi, Agnelo. La diocesi di Ostia e i cardinali decani. Rome: Pontificia Universitas Urbaniana, 1993. (Pontificia Università Urbaniana, 33).

Site of the diocese of Albano.

Site of the diocese of Frascati (Tusculum).

Site of the diocese of Ostia (Vicariate of Rome).

Site of the diocese of Palestrina.

Site of the diocese of Porto-Santa Rufina.

Site of the diocese of Sabina-Poggio Mirteto

Site of the diocese of Velletri-Segni.

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Note. The term cardinal bishop first appears in Liber Pontificalis in the biography of Pope Stephen III (IV) (768-772) when he decided that they celebrate Sunday Mass in weekly turns in the Basilica of S. Giovanni Laterano in Rome. Until then only the priests and deacons occupant of the titles and deaconries of Rome were referred to as cardinals. From that pontificate on, Cristofori lists the occupants of the suburbicarian sees as cardinal bishops.

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Ostia

The diocese of Ostia was established in the third century. Its episcopal series starts in 229 and its bishops have the right to consecrate the new pope according to a tradition dating to 336. In 1150, Pope Eugenius III gave its bishop the deanship of the Sacred College of Cardinals. At the same time, the diocese of Velletri was united to Ostia. The dioceses of Tres Taberna and Norma were, at different times, annexed to and later separated from the sees of Ostia and of Velletri. On May 5, 1914, Pope Pius X issued the motu proprio Edita a Nobis separating the dioceses of Ostia and Velletri and establishing that henceforth the dean of the Sacred College would unite the see he held at the moment of his promotion to the deanship to that of Ostia. Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops.

Sisinnio (732-?)
Giorgio (753-783)
Gregorio (787?-before 804)
Bernardo (804-805)
Pietro (?) (805-before 826)
Cesareo (826-before 854)
Megisto (854-before 868)
Donato (868-870)
Eugenio (878-before 898)
Stefano (898-before 900)
Guido (900-before 946)
Benigno (?) (946-before 960)
Siccone (960-964 or 965)
Gregorio (964-in or before 969)
Leone (969-983)
Azzone (996-998)
Gregorio (998-before 1003)
Pietro (1003-1005)
Tiberio (1005-ca. 1012)
Azzone (1012-1021)
Pietro (1021-ca. 1037)
Gregorio, O.S.B. (1037-1044)
Benedetto (1044-before 1050)
Giovanni (1050-1058)
Pietro Damiano, O.S.B.Cam. (1058-1066)
Gerhard, O.S.B.Clun. (1067-1077)
Eudes de Lagery, O.S.B.Clun. (1078-1088)
Odon de Châtillon, O.S.B.Clun. (1088-1101)
Giovanni (ca. 1084-?), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Leone, O.S.B.Cas. (1105-before 1117)
Lamberto Scannabecchi, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1117-1124)
Pandolfo (?) (1124-1126)
Giovanni, O.S.B.Cam. (1126-1133)
Pietro, O.S.B.Cas. (1133-1134)
Drogon, O.S.B.(1134-1138)
Albéric, O.S.B.Clun. (1138-1148)
Guido (1148/1149-1150)
See of Velletri united to Ostia in 1150
Hughes, O.Cist. (1150-1158)
Ubaldo Allucingoli (1158-1181)
Thibaud, O.S.B.Clun. (1184-1188)
Ottaviano (1189-1206)
Ugolino dei Conti di Segni (1206-1227)
Rinaldo Conti di Segni (1231/1232-1254); administrator as Pope Alexander IV (1254-1261)
Enrico Bartolomei di Susa (1262-1271)
Pierre de Tarentaise, O.P. (1273-1276)
Latino Malabranca Orsini, O.P. (1278-1294)
Hugues Aycelin de Billom, O.P. (1294-1297)
Leonardo Patrasso, administrator (1297-1299)
Niccolò Boccasini, O.P. (1300-1303)
Niccolò Alberti, O.P. (1303-1321)
Regnaud de la Porte (1321-1325)
Bertrand du Pouget (1327-1352)
Étienne Aubert (1352)
Pierre Bertrand, iuniore (1353-1361)
Andouin Aubert (1361-1363)
Élie de Saint-Yrieux, O.S.B. (1363-1367)
Guillaume de la Sudré, O.P. (1367-1373)
Pierre d'Estaing, O.S.B. (1373-1377)
Bertrand Lagier, O.F.M. (1378-1392), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII from 1378
Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1388-1397)
Jean de Neufchatel (1392-1398), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Angelo Acciaioli (1397-1408)
Jean Allarmet de Brogny (1405-1415), pseudocardinal of Antipopes Clement VII, Alexander V and John XXIII; (1415-1426)
Julián Lobera y Valtierra (1423-1429), pseudocardinal of Antipope Benedict XIII
Antonio Correr, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine of S. Giorgio in Alga (1431-1445)
Juan de Cervantes (1446-1453)
Giorgio Fieschi (1455-1461)
Guillaume d'Estouteville (1461-1483)
Giuliano della Rovere (1483-1503)
Oliverio Carafa (1503-1511)
Raffaele Sansoni Riario (1511-1521)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1521-1523)
Francesco Soderini (1523-1524)
Niccolò Fieschi (1524)
Alessandro Farnese, seniore (1524-1534)
Giovanni Piccolomini (1535-1537)
Giovanni Domenico de Cupis (1537-1553)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1553-1555)
Jean du Bellay (1555-1560)
François de Tournon, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1560-1562)
Rodolfo Pio (1562-1564)
Francesco Pisani (1564-1570)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1570-1580)
Alessandro Farnese, iuniore (1580-1589)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1589-1591)
Alfonso Gesualdo (1591-1603)
Tolomeo Gallio (1603-1607)
Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1607-1611)
François de Joyeuse (1611-1615)
Antonio Maria Gallo (1615-1620)
Antonmaria Sauli (1620-1623)
Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte Santa Maria (1623-1626)
Ottavio Bandini (1626-1629)
Giovanni Battista Deti (1629-1630)
Domenico Ginnasi (1630-1639)
Carlo Emmanuele Pio, seniore (1639-1641)
Marcello Lante (1641-1652)
Giulio Roma (1652)
Carlo de' Medici (1652-1666)
Francesco Barberini, seniore (1666-1679)
Cesare Facchinetti (1680-1683)
Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1683-1687)
Alderano Cibo (1687-1700)
Emmanuel Théodose de la Tour d'Auvergne de Bouillon (1700-1715)
Niccolò Acciaioli (1715-1719)
Fulvio Astalli (1719-1721)
Sebastiano Antonio Tanara (1721-1724)
Francesco del Giudice (1724-1725)
Fabrizio Paolucci (1725-1726)
Francesco Barberini, iuniore (1726-1738)
Pietro Ottoboni (1738-1740)
Tommaso Ruffo (1740-1753)
Pierluigi Carafa, iuniore (1753-1755)
Rainiero D'Elci (1756-1761)
Giuseppe Spinelli (1761-1763)
Carlo Alberto Guidobono Cavalchini (1763-1774)
Fabrizio Serbelloni (1774-1775)
Gian Francesco Albani (1775-1803)
Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York (1803-1807)
Leonardo Antonelli (1807-1811)
Alessandro Mattei (1814-1820)
Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1820-1830)
Bartolomeo Pacca, seniore (1830-1844)
Ludovico Micara, O.F.M.Cap. (1844-1847)
Vincenzo Macchi (1847-1860)
Mario Mattei (1860-1870)
Costantino Patrizi Naro (1870-1876)
Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (1877-1878)
Camillo di Pietro (1878-1884)
Carlo Sacconi (1884-1889)
Raffaele Monaco La Valletta (1889-1896)
Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano (1896-1913)
See of Ostia separated from Velletri in 1914
Serafino Vannutelli (1914-1915)
Vincenzo Vannutelli (1915-1930)
Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte (1930-1948)
Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani (1948-1951)
Eugène Tisserant (1951-1972)
Amleto Giovanni Cicognani (1972-1973)
Luigi Traglia (1974-1977)
Carlo Confalonieri (1977-1986)
Agnelo Rossi (1986-1993)
Bernardin Gantin (1993-2002)
Joseph Ratzinger (2002-2005)
Angelo Sodano (2005-

Source: Notes provided by Mario Glibic, from Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Link. Dean of the College of Cardinals.

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Albano
The diocese was established in the fourth century. Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops.

Ursinus 395 (?)
Romanus 465
Athanasius 487
Chrysogonus 495
Homobonus 592
Epifanio 649
Giovenale (680)
Sede vacante 682-720?
Andrea (721-before 743)
Tiberio (743)
Leone (761)
Eustasio (761-769)
Costanzo (772-before 826)
Benedetto (826-before 844)
Petronacio (853-ca. 867)
Paolo (869-ca. 898)
Pietro (898-?)
Sede vacante (900-963)
Gregorio (963-985)
Teobaldo (995-996)
Giovanni (996-1001)
Pietro, O.S.B. (Boccapecora) (1004-1009)
Teobaldo (1012-1044)
Bonifazio (1049-ca. 1072)
Basilios (ca. 1068-1073)
Pietro Igneo Aldobrandini, O.S.B.Vall. (1072-1089)
Oddone (1090-ca. 1096)
Teodorico (ca. 1095-1100)
Gualterio (1096-1101)
Tiderico (ca. 1099-?)
Riccardo, O.S.B. (1101-ca. 1114)
Anastasio (1114-ca. 1115)
Leone (1115)
Vitale (1115-1126)
Mathieu, O.S.B.Cluny (1126-1135)
Ugo (1135-1136)
Alberto (1136-1143?)
Pietro Papareschi (1142-1146)
Nicholas Breakspear, Can. Reg. of Saint-Ruf of Avignon (1146-1154)
Gualterio (1159-1178 or 1179)
János Struma (ca. 1163-1168), pseudocardinal of Antipope Victor IV
Henri de Marsiac, O.Cist. (1179-1188)
Albino, Can. Reg. of S. Maria di Crescenziano (1189-1197)
Giovanni (1199-1210 or 1211)
Gerardo de Sessa, O.Cist. (1211-1212)
Paio Galvão (1212-1230 or 1240)
Pierre de Colmieu (1244-1253)
Bonaventura, O.F.M. (1273-1274)
Bentivenga de Bentivengis, O.F.M. (1278-1289)
Bérard de Got (1294-1297)
Gonzalo Gudiel (1298-1299)
Leonardo Patrasso (1300-1311)
Arnaud d'Aux (1312-1320)
Vitail du Four, O.F.M. (1321-1327)
Gauscelin de Jean (1327-1348)
Élie Talleyrand de Périgord (1348-1364)
Pierre Itier (1364-1367)
Anglic de Grimoard, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1367-1388)
Niccolò Brancaccio (1388-1412)
Giordano Orsini, iuniore (1412-1431)
Pierre de Foix, O.F.M., le vieux (1431-1464)
Ludovico Trevisano (1465)
Latino Orsini (1465-1468)
Filippo Calandrini (1468-1471)
Rodrigo de Borja y Borja (1471-1476)
Oliviero Carafa (1476-1483)
Jean Balue (1483-1491)
Giovanni Michiel (1491)
Jorge da Costa (1491-1501)
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari (1501-1503)
Raffaele Sansoni Riario (1503-1507)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1507)
Guillaume Briçonnet (1507-1508)
Domenico Grimani (1508-1509)
Philippe de Luxembourg (1509-1511)
Jaime Serra i Cau (1511-1516)
Francesco de Remolins (1517-1518)
Niccolò Fieschi (1518-1521)
Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1521-1523)
Pietro Accolti (1523-1524)
Lorenzo Pucci (1524)
Giovanni Piccolomini (1524-1531)
Giovanni Domencio De Cupis (1531-1532)
Andrea Della Valle (1533)
Bonifacio Ferrero (1533-1534)
Lorenzo Campeggio (1534-1535)
Matthaeus Lang von Wellenburg (1535-1540)
Alessandro Cesarini (1540-1541) (1)
Francesco Cornaro (1541-1542)
Antonio Pucci (1542-1543)
Giovanni Salviati (1543-1544)
Giovanni Pietro Carafa (1544-1546)
Ennio Filonardi (1546-1549)
Jean du Bellay (1550-1553)
Rodolfo Pio (1553)
Juan Álvarez de Toledo (1553-1555)
Francesco Pisani (1555-1557)
Pedro Pacheco de Villena (1557-1560)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1560-1561)
Cristofor Madruzzo (1561-1562)
Otto von Truchsess von Waldburg (1562-1570)
Giulio della Rovere (1570)
Giovanni Ricci (1570-1573)
Scipione Rebiba (1573-1574)
Fulvio Giulio della Corgna, O.S.Hier. (1574-1580)
Giovanni Francesco Gambara (1580-1583)
Alfonso Gesualdo (1583-1587)
Tolomeo Gallio (1587-1589)
Prospero Santacroce (1589)
Gabriele Paleotti (1589-1591)
Michele Bonelli, O.P. (1591-1598)
Girolamo Rusticucci (1598-1600)
Girolamo Simoncelli (1600)
Pedro de Deza (1600)
Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici (1600-1602)
Simeone Tagliavia d'Aragonia (1602-1603)
Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1603)
Girolamo Bernerio, O.P. (1603-1607)
Antonmaria Sauli (1607-1611)
Paolo Emilio Sfondrati (1611-1618)
Francesco Sforza (1618-1620)
Alessandro Damasceni Peretti (1620-1623)
Giovanni Battista Deti (1623-1626)
Andrea Baroni Peretti Montalto (1626-1627)
Carlo Emmanuele Pio, seniore (1627-1630)
Gaspar de Borja y de Velasco (1630-1645)
Bernardino Spada (1646-1652)
Federico Cornaro, iuniore (1652-1653)
Marzio Ginetti (1653-1663)
Giovanni Battista Pallotta (1663-1666)
Ulderico Carpegna (1666-1671)
Virginio Orsini, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1671-1675)
Girolamo Grimaldi-Cavalleroni (1675-1685)
Flavio Chigi, seniore (1686-1689)
Emmanuel Théodose de la Tour d'Auvergne de Bouillon (1689-1698)
César d'Estrées (1698-1714)
Ferdinando d'Adda (1715-1719)
Fabrizio Paolucci (1719-1724)
Giacomo Boncompagni (1724-1731)
Lodovico Pico della Mirandola (1731-1740)
Pierluigi Carafa, iuniore (1740-1751)
Giovanni Battista Spinola (1751-1752)
Francesco Borghese (1752-1759)
Carlo Alberto Guidobono Cavalchini (1759-1763)
Fabrizio Serbelloni (1763-1774)
François-Joaquim de Pierre de Bernis (1774-1794)
Luigi Valenti Gonzaga (1795-1807)
Antonio Dugnani (1807-1816)
Michele di Pietro (1816-1820)
Pierfrancesco Galleffi (1820-1830)
Giovanni Francesco Falzacappa (1830-1839)
Giacomo Giustiniani (1839-1843)
Pietro Ostini (1843-1849)
Costantino Patrizi Naro (1849-1860)
Lodovico Altieri (1860-1867)
Camillo di Pietro (1867-1877)
Carlo Luigi Morichini (1877-1879)
Gustav-Adolf von Hohenlohe-Schillingsfürst (1879-1883)
Raffaele Monaco La Valetta (1884-1889)
Lucido Maria Parocchi (1889-1896)
Isidoro Verga (1896-1899)
Antonio Agliardi (1899-1915)
Gennaro Granito Pignatelli di Belmonte (1915-1948)
Giuseppe Pizzardo (1948-1970)
Grégoire-Pierre Agagianian (1970-1971)
Luigi Traglia (1972-1977)
Francesco Carpino (1978-1993)
Angelo Sodano (1994-

(1) This sequence is according to Eubel, Hierarchia catholica medii et recentoris, III, 55; Cristofori, Cronotassi dei cardinali de Santa Romana Chiesa, p. 43, lists the occupants of the see as follows: Matthaeus Lang von Wellenburg (1535-1540); Antonius Pucci (1540-1543); Giovanni Salviati (1543-1544).

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Frascati or Tusculum

At the dawn of its history, the city of Tuscolo belonged to the suburbicarian diocese of Labico Quintanense; and then its ordinaries had the title of "vescovi Labicani". With the flourishing of the city, thanks mainly to the steady work of the counts of Tuscolo, the importance of religion increased to the point that it began to add "Tuscolano" to the existing title.

The bishops "Tuscolani", in their capacity as suburbicarians, were part of the Sacred College of Cardinals and enjoyed other privileges: they immediately followed the Roman pontiff in processions, signed the official document immediately after him, were the only electors of the pope, substituted for him in the liturgical functions in the basilica of San Giovanni in Laterano; and obtained, after the destruction of the city of Tuscolo in 1191, a home and a cathedral in Rome, S. Maria in Monasterio, retaining the title of Frascati and control over its territory, which, more or less, coincide with those of today. However, their presence in the territory was rather sporadic and their pastoral activities rather low. Conversely, relying on large alms, given the wealth of the area, dotted with villas belonging to the most powerful families, the diocese enjoyed the privilege of churches and palaces richly decorated with precious furnishings.

During the papacy of Pope Paul III (1534-1549) the see and the cathedral were officially transferred to Frascati in 1538, but the first bishop who lived permanently in the "Fortress" was Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York and only in 1761.

Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops.

Pietro (803-?)
Pietro (?) (847-?)
Lunisso (963-ca. 969)
Giovanni (969-?)
Benedetto (Labico) (ca. 1020-1024)
Dodone (Labico) (1026-1031)
Giovanni (Labico) (1045-before 1055)
Bonizzo (Tusculum) (1049-ca. 1050)
Pietro (Labico) (ca. 1055-1062)
Gilberto (Labico) (1059-ca. 1062)
Pietro (1062-before 1065)
Giovanni (ca. 1065-1088)
Giovanni Minuto (Labico) (1093-ca. 1111)
Manfredo (1112-1115)
Divizzo (1115-1121)
Gilles of Paris, O.S.B.Cluny (1121-1130, deposed; reinstated, 1138-1139)
Hugh de Saint-Victor, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1139-1140, 1141 or 1142)
Imar , O.S.B. (1142-1161)
Teobaldo (1162), pseudo cardinal of Antipope Victor IV
Ugo Pierleoni, Can. Reg. of St. Victor (1164-1167)
Marino (1167-1174), pseudo cardinal of Antipopes Victor IV and Callisto III
Odone (1170-1172)
Pietro da Pavia (1178-1189)
Nicola de Romanis (1205-1219)
Niccolò de Chiaramonte, O.Cist. (1219-1227)
Jacques de Vitry, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1228-1244)
Eudes de Châteauroux (1244-1273)
João Pedro Julião (1273-1276)
Ordoño Álvarez (1278-1285)
Giovanni Boccamazza (1285-1309)
Bérenger de Frédol, seniore (1309-1323)
Bertrand de la Tour, O.F.M. (1323-1332)
Annibaldo di Ceccano (1333-1350)
Gullaume Court, O.Cist. (1350-1361)
Nicola Capocci (1361-1368)
Gilles Aycelin de Montaigu (1368-1378)
Jean de la Grange, O.S.B. (1379-1391 or 1402), pseudo cardinal of Antipopes Clement VII and Benedict XIII
Tommaso da Frignano, O.F.M. (1378 or 1380-1381)
Guillaume de Chanac, O.S.B. (1383), pseudo cardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Pietro Pileo di Prata (1385-1400 or 1401), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Pierre Girard (1402 or 1405-1415), pseudo cardinal of Antipopes Clement VII, Benedict XIII, Alexander V and John XXIII
Enrico Minutoli (1405-1409), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Alexander V
Angelo Correr (1415-1417)
Baldassare Cossa (1419)
Antonio Panciera, administrator (1420-1431); bishop (1431)
Hugues de Lusignan (1436-1442), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Felix V
Louis de Luxembourg (1442-1443)
Giuliano Cesarini, seniore (1444)
Bessarion (1449-1468)
Latino Orsini (1468-1477)
Giacomo Ammannati-Piccolomini (1477-1479)
Giambattista Zeno (1479-1501)
Jorge da Costa (1501-1503)
Antonio Gentile Pallavicini (1503)
Giovanni Antonio Sangiorgio (1503-1507)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1507-1508)
Guillaume Briçonnet (1508-1509)
Domenico Grimani (1509-1511)
Philippe de Luxembourg (1511-1519)
Alessandro Farnese, seniore (1519-1523)
François Guillaume de Castelnau de Clermont-Ludève (1523-1541)
Marino Grimani (1541-1543)
Philippe de la Chambre, O.S.B. (1543-1550)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1550-1553)
Jean du Bellay (1553)
Rodolfo Pio (1553-1555)
Juan Álvarez de Toledo, O.P. (1555-1557)
Francesco Pisano (1557-1562)
Federico Cesi (1562-1564)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1564-1565)
Alessandro Farnese, iuniore (1565-1578)
Giacomo Savelli (1578-1583)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1583-1587)
Alfonso Gesualdo (1587-1589)
Innico d'Avalos d' Aragona, O.S. Iacobis (1589-1591)
Tolomeo Gallio (1591-1600)
Ludovico Madruzzo (1600)
Girolamo Simoncelli (1600-1603)
Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1603-1605)
Antonio Maria Gallo (1605-1608)
Mariano Pierbenedetti (1608-1611)
Giovanni Evangelista Pallotta (1611-1620)
Francesco Sforza (1620-1624)
Odoardo Farnese (1624-1626)
Giovanni Battista Deti (1626)
Bonifacio Bevilacqua (1626-1627)
Andrea Baroni Peretti Montalto (1627-1629)
Giovanni Garzia Millini (1629)
Marcello Lante (1629-1639)
Giulio Savelli (1639-1644)
Giulio Roma (1644-1645)
Carlo de' Medici (1645-1652)
Giulio Cesare Sacchetti (1652-1655)
Antonio Barberini, iuniore, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1655-1661)
Girolamo Colonna (1661-1666)
Giovanni Battista Pallotta (1666-1668)
Francesco Maria Brancaccio (1668-1671)
Ulderico Carpegna (1671-1675)
Virginio Orsini, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1675-1676)
Carlo Rossetti (1676-1680)
Alderano Cibo (1680-1683)
Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1683-1687)
Giacomo Franzoni (1687-1693)
Niccolò Acciaioli (1693-1700)
Vincenzo Maria Orsini, O.P. (1701-1715)
Sebastiano Antonio Tanara (1715-1721)
Francesco del Giudice (1721-1724)
Francesco Pignatelli, seniore, Theat. (1724-1725)
Lorenzo Corsini (1725-1730)
Pietro Ottoboni (1730-1734)
Pier Marcellino Corradini (1734-1743)
Giuseppe Accoramboni (1743-1747)
Vincenzo Bichi (1747-1750)
Giovanni Antonio Guadagni, O.C.D. (1750-1756)
Carlo Maria Sacripante (1756-1758)
Camillo Paolucci (1758-1761)
Henry Benedict Mary Clement Stuart of York (1761-1803)
Giuseppe Maria Doria Pamphilj (1803-1814)
Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1814-1818)
Bartolomeo Pacca, seniore (1818-1821)
Francesco Saverio Castiglioni (1821-1829)
Emanuele de Gregorio (1829-1837)
Ludovico Micara, O.F.M.Cap. (1837-1844)
Mario Mattei (1844-1854)
Antonio Maria Cagiano (1854-1867)
Niccola Paracciani Clarelli (1867-1872)
Filippo Guidi, O.P. (1872-1879)
Jean-Baptiste-François Pitra, O.S.B. (1879-1884)
Edward Henry Howard of Norfolk (1884-1892)
Tommaso Maria Zigliara, O.P. (1893-1893)
Serafino Vannutelli (1893-1903)
Francesco Satolli (1903-1910)
Francesco di Paola Cassetta (1911-1919)
Giulio Boschi (1919-1920)
Giovanni Cagliero, S.D.B. (1920-1926)
Michele Lega (1926-1935)
Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani (1936-1951)
Federico Tedeschini (1951-1959)
Gaetano Cicognani (1959-1962)
Amleto Giovanni Cicognani (1962-1973)
Jean Villot (1974-1979)
Paolo Bertoli (1979-2001)
Alfonso López Trujillo (2001-2008)
Tarcisio Bertone, S.D.B. (2008-

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Palestrina or Præneste
The diocese was established in the fourth century in the territory of Præneste. Its episcopal list dates back to 313. The sees of Gabii and Subaugusta were subsequently annexed to Palestrina, the former at the end of the twelfth century. Its cathedral, built over the ruins of a pagan basilica (the shrine of Fortuna Primigenia), was consecrated by Pope Paschal II in 1117. Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops.

Sergio (bishop of Præneste) (721-before 732)
Venanzio (bishop of Præneste) (732-?)
Sisinnio (bishop of Gabi) (732-?)
Gregorio (761-767)
Andrea (769-773)
Costantino (826-?)
Leone (914-928?)
Teofilo (963-before 988)
Stefano (988-before 996)
Pietro (996-1015)
Pietro (1026-before 1036)
Giovanni (1036-1040)
Giovanni (ca. 1043 or 1044-before 1058)
Uberto Poggi (1058)
Raniero (1058-1060), pseudocardinal of Antipope Benedict X
Bruno (1060-ca. 1065)
Leopertus (1065-1069)
Uberto Belmonte (ca. 1068-1082)
Attone (1081-1083 or ca. 1092), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III?
Berardo (1092-ca. 1098)
Hugo Candidus, O.S.B.Clun. (1089/1093-ca. 1099), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Milon (1098-1104)
Corrado (1105-1106)
Kuno von Urach, Can.Reg. of Arrouaise (1107 or 1108 or 1111-1122)
Guillaume (1122-1139) (1)
Étienne, O.Cist. (1139-1144)
Guarino Foscari, Can. Reg. of S. Maria di Reno (1145-1158)
Giulio (1158-ca. 1164)
Ugo (1164?); he was never a cardinal
Manfredo, O.S.B. (1176-1178)
Bernerede, O.S.B. (1179-1180)
Paolo Scolari (1180/1181-1187)
Gérard Mainard, O.Cist. (1188)
Giovanni Conti (1190-1196)
Guy Paré, O.Cist. (1200-1206)
Guido Pierleone (1221-1228)
Giacomo da Pecorara, O.Cist. (1231-1244)
Pierre de Bar, administrator, 1249 or 1250
István Báncsa (1251-1270)
Vicedomino de Vicedominis (1273-1276)
Erhard de Lessines (1278)
Girolamo Masci, O.F.M. (1281-1288)
Bernardo de' Berardi (1288-1291)
Simon de Beaulieu (1294-1297)
Teoderico Ranieri (1299-1306)
Pierre de la Chapelle Taillefert (1306-1312)
Guilluame de Mandagout, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1312-1321)
Pierre des Prés (1323-1361)
Raymond de Canilhac, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1361-1373)
Simon Langham, O.S.B. (1373-1376)
Jean de Cros (1376-1383), later a pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Francesco Moricotti Prignani (1380-1394)
Guido de Malsec (1383-1411), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII from 1378
Angelo Afflicti, administrator (1395-1401); he was never a cardinal
Oddone Colonna, administrator (1401-1405)
Antonio Gaetani (1405-1409)
Angelo de Anna de Summariva, O.S.B.Cam. (1412-1428)
Hugues de Lusignan (1431-1436)
Vacant See (1436-1444)
Giovanni Berardi (1444-1449)
Giorgio Fieschi (1449-1455)
Juan de Torquemada, O. P. (1460-1463)
Alain de Coëtivy (1465-1472)
Angelo Capranica (1472-1478)
Marco Barbo (1478-1491)
Jean Balue (1491)
Giovanni Michiel (1491-1492)
Girolamo Basso della Rovere (1492-1503)
Lorenzo Cibo de' Mari (1503)
Antonio Gentile Pallavicino (1503-1507)
Giovanni Antonio Sangiorgio (1507-1508)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1508-1509)
Guillaume Briçonnet (1509-1511) (deprived); no new suburbicarian see assigned
Marco Vigerio della Rovere, O.F.M.Conv. (1511-1516)
Francesco Soderini (1516-1523)
Alessandro Farnese, seniore (1523)
Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1523-1524)
Pietro de Accolti (1524)
Marco Cornaro (1524)
Lorenzo Pucci (1524-1531)
Giovanni Piccolomini (1531-1533)
Andrea Della Valle (1533-1534)
Bonifacio Ferrero (1534-1535)
Lorenzo Campeggio (1535-1537)
Antonio Sanseverino, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1537-1539)
Gianvincenzo Carafa (1539-1541)
Alessandro Cesarini (1541-1542)
Francesco Cornaro, seniore (1542-1543)
Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1543-1550)
Louis II de Bourbon de Vendôme (1550-1557)
Federico Cesi (1557-1562)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1562-1564)
Cristoforo Madruzzo (1564-1570)
Otto Truchsess von Waldburg (1570-1573)
Giulio della Rovere (1573-1578)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1578-1583)
Gianfrancesco Gambara (1583-1587)
Marco Antonio Colonna, seniore (1587-1597)
Giulio Antonio Santorio (1597-1602)
Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici (1602-1605)
Agostino Valier (1605-1606)
Ascanio Colonna (1606-1608)
Antonio Maria Gallo (1608-1611)
Gregorio Petrocchini, O.E.S.A. (1611-1612)
Benedetto Giustiniani (1612-1615)
Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte Santa Maria (1615-1621)
Ottavio Bandini (1621-1624)
Andrea Baroni Peretti Montalto (1624-1626)
Domenico Ginnasi (1626-1629)
Marcello Lante (1629)
Pier Paolo Crescenzi (1629-1641)
Guido Bentivoglio (1641-1644)
Alfonso de la Cueva-Benavides y Mendoza-Carrillo (1644-1655)
Bernardino Spada (1655-1661)
Antonio Barberini, iuniore, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1661-1671)
Rinaldo d'Este (1671-1672)
Cesare Fachinetti (1672-1679)
Alderano Cibo (1679-1680)
Lorenzo Raggi (1680-1687)
Antonio Bichi (1687-1691)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni (1691-1698)
Luis Manuel Fernández de Portocarrero-Bocanegra y Moscoso-Osorio (1698-1709)
Fabrizio Spada (1710-1717)
Franceso del Giudice (1717-1721)
Fancesco Barberini, iuniore (1721-1726)
Tommaso Ruffo (1726-1738)
Giorgio Spinola (1738-1739)
Giambattista Altieri, iuniore (1739-1740)
Vincenzo Petra (1740-1747)
Antonio Xaverio Gentili (1747-1753)
Giuseppe Spinelli (1753-1759)
Federico Marcello Lante (1759-1763)
Giovanni Francesco Stoppani (1763-1774)
Girolamo Spinola (1775-1784)
Marcantonio Colonna, iuniore (1784-1793)
Leonardo Antonelli (1794-1800)
Alessandro Mattei (1800-1809)
Aurelio Roverella (1809-1812)
Diego Innico Caracciolo (1814-1820)
Giuseppe Spina (1820-1828)
Francesco Bertazzoli (1828-1830)
Carlo Maria Pedicini (1830-1840)
Vincenzo Macchi (1840-1844)
Castruccio Castracane degli Antelminelli (1844-1852)
Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (1852-1870)
Carlo Sacconi (1870-1878)
Antonino Saverio De Luca (1878-1883)
Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano (1884-1889)
Angelo Bianchi (1889-1897)
Camillo Mazzella, S.J. (1897-1900)
Vincenzo Vannutelli (1900-1930)
Luigi Sincero (1933-1936)
Angelo Maria Dolci (1936-1939)
Carlo Salotti (1939-1947)
Benedetto Aloisi Masella (1948-1970)
Carlo Confalonieri (1972-1986)
Bernardin Gantin (1986-2008)
José Saraiva Martins, C.M.F. (2009-

(1) Cristofori lists Giovanni (1130) as a pseudocardinal bishop of Palestrina. His identity has not been ascertained.

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Porto-Santa Rufina
The diocese of Porto was established in the third century. The diocese of
Santa Rufina (or Silva Candida) dates from 500 at which time starts its episcopal list. The two dioceses were united as Porto e Santa Rufina by Pope Callistus II in 1119. Pope Leo XII by an apostolic bull dated December 10, 1825, united the see of Civitavecchia to Porto e Santa Rufina. A decree of the S.C. Consistorial dated June 14, 1854 separated the see of Civitavecchia from Porto e Santa Rufina (and united it to the see of Corneto). Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops. The name of the see was changed to Porto-Santa Rufina on September 30, 1986.

Porto
Giorgio (721-before 732)
Gregorio (732-?)
Citonato (between 757 and 767-before 797)
Giovanni (797-between 814 and 826)
Stefano (826-before 853)
Rodoaldo (853-after 864)
Formoso (864-876) (deposed)
Walpert (876-883)
Valentino (883)
Formoso (883-891) (restored)
Silvestro (891-898)
Crisogono (after 904-before 956)
Costantino (955 or 956-before 960)
Benedetto (960-964) (deposed); reinstated (967-969)
Gregorio (985-991)
Benedetto (998-before 1001)
Teofilatto (1001-1012)
Benedetto de Potio (1012-ca. 1030)
Giovanni (1032-1046)
Giorgio (1046-ca. 1049)
Giovanni (1049-1061/1062)
Giovanni (1066-1095)
Pietro (1080-ca. 1085), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Giovanni (ca. 1085-?), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Maurizio (ca. 1095-ca. 1100 or 1103)
Pietro (ca. 1100-?)
Vincenzo (ca. 1106-before 1116)
Pietro (1116-1134)
See united with Santa Rufina in 1119

Silva Candida (or Santa Rufina)
Tiberio (721-before 732)
Epifanio (732-?)
Gregorio (761-769)
Giovanni (823-826)
Leone (863-867)
Tedone (869-872)
Leone (872-before 879)
Gregorio (879-before 884)
Benedetto (884-before 906)
Ildebrando (906-910)
Vidone (963-969)
Crescenzio (993-before 1012)
Benedetto (1012-ca. 1024)
Gregorio (after 1023-1025)
Pietro (1025 or 1026-1035 or 1049)
Benedetto (1035-ca. 1040)
Pietro (ca. 1040-before 1049 or in 1051)
Crescenzio (1049-1051)
Humbert, O.S.B. (1051-1061)
Mainardo, O.S.B.Cas. (1061-1074)
Alberto (1084-1101), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
See united with Porto in 1119

Porto e Santa Rufina
Sees united by Pope Callistus II in 1119
Theodwin, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1134-1153)
Bernardus, Can. Reg. of S. Frediano of Lucca (1158-1176)
Guglielmo Matengo, O.Cist. (1176-1178)
Teodino degli Atti, O.S.B. (1179-1186)
Roberto (1186-1189)
Andrea Boboni (1189-1190)
Pietro Gallozia (1190-1211)
Benedetto (1212-1216)
Konrad von Urach, O.Cist. (1219-1227)
Romano Bonaventura (1234-1243)
Oddone di Monferrato (1244-1251)
Jacobus da Castell'Arquato (1252-1253)
John de Toledo, O.Cist. (1262-1275)
Robert Kilwardby, O.P. (1278-1279)
Bernardus de Languissel (1281-1291)
Matteo d'Aquasparta, O.F.M. (1291-1302)
Giovanni Minio da Morrovalle, O.F.M. (1302-1312)
Jacques d'Euse (1313-1316)
Bernard de Castanet (1316-1317)
Bérenguer de Frédol, iuniore (1317-1323)
Pierre d'Arrabloy (1328-1331)
Jean Raymond de Comminges (1331-1348)
Bernard d'Albi (1349-1350)
Guy de Boulogne (1350-1373)
Pietro Corsini (1374-1405), became a pseudocardinal of Antipopes Clement VII and Benedict XIII
Berenguer de Anglesola (1406-1408), pseudocardinal of Antipope Benedict XIII
Antonio Gaetani (1409-1412), pseudocardinal of Antipope Benedict XIII
Antonio Correr, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine of S. Giorgio in Alga (1409-1431)
Louis de Bar (1412-1430), pseudocardinal of Antipope Benedict XIII
Branda Castiglione (1431-1440)
Domingo Ram i Lanaja, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1444-1445)
Francesco Condulmer (1445-1453) (1)
John Kempe (1452-1454) (2)
Guillaume d'Estouteville (1455-1461)
Juan Carvajal (1461-1469)
Richard Olivier de Longueil (1470)
Filippo Calandrini (1471-1476)
Rodrigo de Borja y Borja (1476-1492)
Giovanni Michiel (1492-1503)
Jorge da Costa (1503-1508)
Raffaele Sansoni Riario (1508-1511)
Domenico Grimani (1511-1523)
Francesco Soderini (1523)
Niccolò Fieschi (1523-1524)
Alessandro Farnese, seniore (1524)
Antonio Maria del Monte (1524-1533)
Giovanni Piccolomini (1533-1535)
Giovanni Domenico De Cupis (1535-1537)
Bonifacio Ferrero (1537-1543)
Antonio Sanseverino, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1543)
Marino Grimani (1543-1546)
Giovanni Salviati (1546-1553)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1553)
Jean du Bellay (1553-1555)
Rodolfo Pio (1555-1562)
Francesco Pisani (1562-1564)
Giovanni Girolamo Morone (1565-1570)
Cristoforo Madruzzi (1570-1578)
Alessandro Farnese, iuniore (1578-1580)
Fulvio Giulio della Corgna, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1580-1583)
Giacomo Savelli (1583-1587)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1587-1589)
Alfonso Gesualdo (1589-1591)
Innico d'Avalos d' Aragona, O.S. Iacobis (1591-1600)
Tolomeo Gallio (1600-1603)
Girolamo Rusticucci (1603)
Girolamo Simoncelli (1603-1605)
Domenico Pinelli, seniore (1605-1607)
Girolamo Bernerio, O.P. (1607-1611)
Antonio Maria Gallo (1611-1615)
Antonmaria Sauli (1615-1620)
Giovanni Evangelista Pallotta (1620)
Benedetto Giustiniani (1620-1621)
Francesco Maria Bourbon del Monte Santa Maria (1621-1623)
Francesco Sforza (1623-1624)
Octavio Bandini (1624-1626)
Giovanni Battista Deti (1626-1629)
Domenico Ginnasi (1629-1630)
Carlo Emmanuele Pio, seniore (1630-1639)
Marcello Lante (1639-1641)
Pietro Palo Crescenzi (1641-1645)
Francesco Cennini de' Salamandri (1645)
Giulio Roma (1645-1652)
Carlo de' Medici (1652)
Francesco Barberini, seniore (1652-1666)
Marzio Ginetti (1666-1671)
Francesco Maria Brancaccio (1671-1675)
Ulderico Carpegna (1675-1679)
Cesare Facchinetti (1679-1680)
Carlo Rossetti (1680-1681)
Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1681-1683)
Alderano Cibo (1683-1687)
Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1687-1689)
Flavio Chigi, seniore (1689-1693)
Giacomo Franzoni (1693-1697)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni (1698)
Emmanuel Théodose de la Tour d'Auvergne de Bouillon (1698-1700)
Niccolò Acciaioli (1700-1715)
Vincenzo Maria Orsini, O.P. (1715-1724)
Fabrizio Paolucci (1724-1725)
Francesco Pignatelli, seniore, Theat. (1725-1734)
Pietro Ottoboni (1734-1738)
Tommaso Ruffo (1738-1740)
Lodovico Pico della Mirandola (1740-1743)
Annibale Albani (1743-1751)
Pierluigi Carafa, iuniore (1751-1753)
Raneiro D'Elci (1753-1756)
Giovanni Antonio Guadagni, O.C.D. (1756-1759)
Francesco Borghese (1759)
Giuseppe Spinelli (1759-1761)
Camillo Paolucci (1761-1763)
Federico Marcello Lante (1763-1773)
Gian Francesco Albani (1773-1775)
Carlo Rezzonico, iuniore (1776-1799)
Leonardo Antonelli (1800-1807)
Luigi Valenti Gonzaga (1807-1808)
Alessandro Mattei (1809-1814)
Giuseppe Doria Pamphilj (1814-1816)
Antonio Dugnani (1816-1818)
Giulio Maria della Somaglia (1818-1820)
Michele di Pietro (1820-1821)

(1) In 1452, the pope separated the sees of Porto e Santa Rufina. They were reunited after the death of Cardinal Condulmer, who had continued as bishop of Porto only, in 1453.
(2) In 1452, was named bishop of Santa Rufina, which the pope had temporarily separated from Porto in that year. The sees were reunited after the death of Cardinal Francesco Condulmer in 1453.

Porto e Santa Rufina and Civitavecchia
Sees united by Pope Leo XII in 1825 and separated in 1854
Bartolomeo Pacca, seniore (1821-1830)
Pierfrancesco Galleffi (1830-1837)
Emmanuel De Gregorio (1837-1839)
Gianfrancesco Falzacappa (1839-1840)
Carlo Maria Pedicini (1840-1843)
Vincenzo Macchi (1844-1847)
Luigi Lambruschini (1847-1854)

Porto e Santa Rufina
See of Civitavecchia separated in 1854
Mario Mattei (1854-1860)
Costantino Patrizi Naro (1860-1870)
Luigi Amat di San Filippo e Sorso (1870-1877)
Camillo Di Pietro (1877-1878)
Carlo Sacconi (1878-1884)
Jean-Baptiste-François Pitra, O.S.B. (1884-1889)
Luigi Oreglia di Santo Stefano (1889-1896)
Lucido Maria Parocchi (1896-1903)
Serafino Vannutelli (1903-1915)
Antonio Vico (1915-1929)
Tommaso Pio Boggiani, O.P. (1929-1942)
Eugène Tisserant (1946-1972)
Paolo Marella (1972-1984)
Agostino Casaroli (1985-1998)
Name changed to Porto-Santa Rufina on September 30, 1986
Roger Etchegaray (1998-

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Sabina-Poggio Mirteto
The diocese of Sabina (or Mandelensis) was established in the fifth century. The episcopal series starts after 415. The diocese included those of Foronovo (or Vescovio), Curi (or Torre), and Metana. They were united under the name of Sabina in 984. On November 25, 1841, the title of the abbey of Farfa was united to the see of Sabina. The diocese of Poggio Mirteto was established on November 25 1841. The two dioceses were united on June 3, 1925 with the name of Sabina e Poggio Mirteto. Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops. The denomination was changed to Sabina-Poggio Mirteto on September 30, 1986. The see of Sabina should not be confused with the title of S. Sabina.

Mariano (721-?)
Pietro (778-before 799)
Issa (799-before 804)
Teodoro (804-before 826)
Samuele (826-before 853)
Sergio (853-before 879)
Leone (879-long before 928)
Gregorio (928-before 948)
Anastasio (948-before 963)
Giovanni (963-before 997)
Giovanni (984-before 997)
Benedetto (997-before 1015)
Raniero (1015-before 1044)
Giovanni (before 1044-1045; 1045-1046; 1046-before 1063)
Giovanni (before 1054-1062)
Ubaldo (1062-1071)
Regizzo (1073-ca. 1078)
Gregorio (1078-before 1086)
Domnizzone (1088-ca. 1090)
Ubaldo (1090-1094)
Crescenzio, seniore (1102-1106)
Cinzio (1106-after 1112 or in 1116)
Crescenzio, iuniore (1116-ca. 1127)
Corrado di Suburra, Can. Reg. Lat. (1127-1153)
Gregorio della Suburra (1154-1163)
Konrad von Wittelsbach (1163-1200)
Livido (1163), pseudocardinal of Antipope Victor IV
Giovanni (1172-1173), pseudocardinal of Antipope Callistus III
Gregorio (1200 or 1204)
Giovanni di San Paolo Colonna, O.S.B. (1204-1215/1216)
Pierre Duacensis (1217-1221)
Aldobrandino Gaetani (1221-1223)
Oliver von Paderborn (1225-1227)
Jean Halgrin, O.S.B.Clun. (1227-1238)
Goffredo Castiglioni (1239-1241)
Guglielmo di Modena, O. Carth. (1244-1251)
Pierre de Bar (1252-1252/1253)
Guy Foucois (1261-1265)
Bertrand de Saint-Martin, O.S.B. (1273-1275 or ca. 1277)
Giovanni Visconti (1275-1277)
Gerardo Bianchi (1281-1302)
Pedro Rodríguez (1302-1310)
Arnaud de Falguières (1310-1317)
Guillaume Pierre Godin, O.P. (1317-1336)
Matteo Orsini, O. P. (1338-1340)
Pedro Gómez de Barroso, el viejo (1341-1348)
Bertrand de Déaulx (1348-1355)
Gil Álvarez de Albornoz, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1356-1367)
Guillaume d'Aigrefeuille, seniore, O.S.B. (1367-1369)
Philippe de Cabassole (1370-1372)
Jean de Blauzac (1372-1379)
Hugues de Montrelais, le jeune (1379-1384)
Pierre de Sortenac (1384-1390)
Philippe d'Alençon de Valois (1380-1388) (Deposed and reinstated by Pope Urban VI)
Jaime de Aragón (1391-1396)
Francesco Carbone, O.Cist. (1392-1405)
Enrico Minutoli (1409-1412), pseudocardinal of Antipopes Alexander V and John XXIII
Jean Flandrin (1405-1415), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Pedro Fernández de Frías (1413-1420), pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement VII
Francesco Lando (1424-1427)
Giordano Orsini, iuniore (1431-1438)
Branda Castiglione (1440-1443)
Bessarion (1449)
Amedeo di Savoie (1449-1451)
Isidore of Kiev (1451-1463)
Juan de Torquemada, O.P. (1463-1468)
Bessarion (1468-1472)
Alain de Coëtivy (1472-1474)
Berardo Eroli (1474-1479)
Giuliano della Rovere (1479-1483)
Oliverio Carafa (1483-1503)
Girolamo Basso della Rovere (1503-1507)
Raffaele Sansoni Riario (1507-1508)
Giovanni Antonio Sangiorgio (1508-1509)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (1509-1511) (deposed)
Francesco Soderini (1511-1513) (1)
Bernardino López de Carvajal (reinstated) (1513-1521)
Niccolò Fieschi (1521-1523)
Alessandro Farnese, seniore (1523-1524)
Antonio Maria Ciocchi del Monte (1524)
Pietro Accolti (1524-1532)
Giovanni Domenico De Cupis (1532-1535)
Bonifacio Ferrero (1535-1537)
Lorenzo Campeggio (1537-1539)
Antonio Sanseverino, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1539-1543)
Antonio Pucci (1543-1544)
Giovanni Salviati (1544-1546)
Gian Pietro Carafa (1546-1550)
François de Tournon, Can. Reg. of Saint Augustine (1550-1560)
Robert de Lénoncourt (1560-1561)
Giovani Girolamo Morone (1561-1562)
Cristoforo Madruzzi (1562-1564)
Alessandro Farnese, iuniore (1564-1565)
Ranuccio Farnese, O.S.Io.Hieros. (1565)
Tiberio Crispi (1565-1566)
Giovanni Michele Saraceni (1566-1568)
Giovanni Battista Cicala (1568-1570)
Otto von Truchsess von Waldburg (1570)
Giulio della Rovere (1570-1573)
Giovanni Ricci (1573-1574)
Scipione Rebiba (1574-1577)
Giacomo Savelli (1577-1578)
Giovanni Antonio Serbelloni (1578)
Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle (1578-1586)
Innico d'Avalos d' Aragona, O.S. Iacobis (1586-1589)
Tolomeo Gallio (1589-1591)
Gabriele Paleotti (1591-1597)
Lodovico Madruzzo (1597-1600)
Girolamo Rusticucci (1600-1603)
Simeone Tagliavia d'Aragona (1603-1604)
François de Joyeuse (1604-1611)
Antonmaria Sauli (1611-1615)
Benedetto Giustiniani (1615-1620)
Pietro Aldobrandini (1620-1621)
Odoardo Farnese (1621-1623)
Bonifacio Bevilacqua (1623-1626)
Carlo Gaudenzio Madruzzo (1626-1629)
Scipione Caffarelli-Borghese (1629-1633)
Felice Centini, O.F.M.Conv. (1633-1641)
Francesco Cennini de' Salamandri (1641-1645)
Carlo de' Medici (1645)
Francesco Barberini, seniore (1645-1652)
Bernardino Spada (1652-1655)
Giulio Cesare Sacchetti (1655-1663)
Marzio Ginetti (1663-1666)
Francesco Maria Brancaccio (1666-1668)
Giulio Gabrielli (1668-1677)
Niccolò Albergati-Ludovisi (1677-1681)
Pietro Vito Ottoboni (1681-1683)
Carlo Pio, iuniore (1683-1689)
Paluzzo Paluzzi Altieri degli Albertoni (1689-1691)
Giannicolò Conti (1691-1698)
Gaspare Carpegna (1698-1714)
Fulvio Astalli (1714-1719)
Francesco Pignatelli, seniore, Theat. (1719-1724)
Francesco Acquaviva d'Aragona (1724-1725)
Pietro Ottoboni (1725-1730)
Annibale Albani (1730-1743)
Vincenzo Bichi (1743-1747)
Raineiro D'Elci (1747-1753)
Silvio Valenti Gonzaga (1753-1756)
Joaquín Fernando Portocarrero Mendoza (1756-1760)
Giovanni Francesco Albani (1760-1773)
Carlo Rezzonico, iuniore (1773-1776)
Andrea Corsini (1776-1795)
Giovanni Archinto (1795-1799)
Giovanni Andrea Archetti (1800-1805)
Ippolito Antonio Vincenti Mareri (1807-1811)
Lorenzo Litta (1814-1820)
Tomasso Arezzo (1820-1833)
Carlo Odescalchi (1833-1838)
Antonio Domenico Gamberini (1839-1841)
Luigi Lambruschini, C.R.S.P, (1842-1847)
Giacomo Luigi Brignole (1847-1853)
Gabriele Ferretti (1853-1860)
Girolamo D'Andrea (1860-1868)
Karl August von Reisach (1868-1869)
Giuseppe Milesi Pironi Ferretti (1870-1873)
Luigi Maria Bilio, B. (1873-1884)
Tommaso Martinelli, O.E.S.A. (1884-1888)
Luigi Serafini (1888-1894)
Mario Mocenni (1894-1904)
Francesco di Paola Cassetta (1905-1911)
Gaetano de Lai (1911-1928)
The see of Sabina was united to that of Poggio Mirteto in 1925 becoming the see of Sabina e Poggio Mirteto.
Donato Raffaele Sbarretti (1928-1939)
Enrico Sibilia (1939-1948)
Adeodato Giovanni Piazza, O.C.D. (1949-1957)
Marcello Mimmi (1958-1961)
Giuseppe Antonio Ferretto (1961-1973)
Antonio Samorè (1974-1983)
Agnelo Rossi (1984-1995)
Name changed to from Sabina e Poggio Mirteto to Sabina-Poggio Mirteto on September 30, 1986
Eduardo Francisco Pironio (1995-1998)
Lucas Moreira Neves, O.P. (1998-2002)
Giovanni Battista Re (2002-

(1) When the see of Sabina was restored to Cardinal Bernardino López de Carvajal when he was reinstated as a cardinal, Cardinal Soderini was transferred to the see of Tivoli as episcopatus cardinalis on June 27, 1513, until a suburbicarian see became vacant. On July 18, 1516, Cardinal Soderini opted for the suburbicarian see of Palestrina.

Ostia Albano Frascati Palestrina Porto-Santa Rufina Sabina-Poggio Mirteto Cardinal Patriarchs
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Velletri-Segni
The diocese of Velletri was established in 465. It was united to Ostia in 1150 and separated on May 5, 1914. The diocese of Segni was also established in the fifth century; it was united to Velletri on October 20, 1981, with the name of Velletri e Segni. Pope John XXIII (1958-1963) decided in 1962 that the cardinals of the suburbicarian sees retained the see titles, but without the pastoral duties, while the direction and care of the dioceses was entrusted "pleno jure" to residential bishops. The denomination was changed to
Velletri-Segni on September 30, 1986.

Deodato (465)
Bonifacio (487)
Silvano (501)
Sede Vacante during the invasion of the Barbarians
Giovanni (592)
Potentino (649)
Placentino (680)
Giovanni (721-before732)
Giovanni (732-?)
Grazioso (743)
Citonato (761-ca. 769 or 775)
Gregorio (769-before 775)
Teodoro (775)
Gregorio (826-ca. 853)
Giovanni (853-before 867)
Gauderico (867-879)
Giovanni (896-898)
Leone (941-963)
Teobaldo (996-1030)
Leone (1036-1044)
Amato (1044-ca. 1050)
Benedetto (before 1057-1060)
Giovanni Mincius (1050?-1058)
Gregorio (?) (1060-?)
Giovanni (1090/1091-?) pseudocardinal of Antipope Clement III
Leone, O.S.B. (1105-before 1117)
Lamberto (1117-?)
See united to Ostia in 1150 and separated in 1914
Diomede Falconio, O.F.M. (1914-1917)
Basilio Pompilj (1917-1931)
Bonaventura Cerretti (1933)
Enrico Gasparri (1933-1946)
Clemente Micara (1946-1965)
Fernando Cento (1965-1973)
Ildebrando Antoniutti (1973-1974)
Sebastiano Baggio (1974-1993)
Joseph Ratzinger (1993-2005)
Francis Arinze (2005-


Ostia Albano Frascati Palestrina Porto-Santa Rufina Sabina-Poggio Mirteto Velletri-Segni
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Cardinal Patriarchs of Oriental Rite

Pope Paul VI in his motu proprio Ad purpuratorum patrum, published on February 11, 1965, stipulated that Oriental-rite patriarchs incorporated to the Sacred College of Cardinals would not belong to the clergy of Rome and consequently no title or deaconry should be assigned to them. Cardinal patriarchs are to be part of the order of cardinal bishops and rank below those of suburbicarian sees. They retain their patriarchal sees and are not assigned to a suburbicarian see. Cardinal Ignace Gabriel I Tappouni, patriarch of Antioch of the Syrians, who had been created cardinal priest of the title of Ss. XII Apostoli by Pius XI in the consistory of December 16, 1935, left that title and became a cardinal patriarch. Cardinal Gregoire-Pierre Agagianian, who had resigned the patriarchate of Cilicia of the Armenians on August 25, 1962, continued as cardinal priest of the title of S. Bartolomeo all'Isola. He was named cardinal bishop of the title of the suburbicarian see of Albano on October 22, 1970. All the other cardinal patriarchs have been added to the College of Cardinals since 1965 and were not assigned to any Roman titles.

Ignace Gabriel I Tappouni (1965-1968)
Maximos IV Saigh, M.S.S.P. (1965-1967)
Paul Pierre Meouchi (1965-1975)
Stéphanos I Sidarouss, C.M. (1965-1987)
Antoine-Pierre Khoraiche (1983-1994)
Nasrallah Boutros Sfeir (1994-
Ignace Moussa I Daoud (2001-2012)
Stéphanos II Ghattas, C.M. (2001-2009)
Emmanuel III Delly (2007-2014)
Antonios Naguib (2010-
Béchara Boutros Raï, O.M.M. (2012-

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