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  1. Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Milan - Wikipedia

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    The archbishop Ottone Visconti in the 13th-century caused himself to be proclaimed perpetual lord, thus putting an end to the Republic of Milan and establishing the power of the House of Visconti who ruled the Duchy of Milan from 1277 to 1447.

    • 4,243 km² (1,638 sq mi)
    • (as of 2015), 5,512,245, 5,032,130 (91.3%)
    • 1st century
    • Italy
  2. Giovanni Visconti (archbishop of Milan) - Wikipedia

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    Giovanni Visconti was elected archbishop by the Capitol of Milan in 1317, but Pope John XXII refused to confirm the election and instead raised Aicardus from Comodeia to that position. In 1323 John excommunicated him with an accusation of heresy, and Visconti found an ally in the antipope Nicholas V , [2] who give him the title of cardinal.

  3. Aribert (archbishop of Milan) - Wikipedia

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    The archbishop's sarcophagus is surmounted by a copy of the famous crucifix in gilded copper foil (the original is located in the museum of Milan Cathedral) originally donated by Aribert to the monastery of San Dionigi, a convent which was later demolished in 1783.

  4. Category:Archbishops of Milan - Wikipedia

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    Wikimedia Commons has media related to Archbishops of Milan.: Pages in category "Archbishops of Milan" The following 88 pages are in this category, out of 88 total.

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  6. Tedald (archbishop of Milan) - Wikipedia

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    Early life. Tedald was born into a noble family in Milan. He entered into the service of King Henry IV of Germany who employed him in the royal chapel.. Archbishop. Henry IV made Tedald archbishop of Milan in 1075.

  7. Angelo Scola - Wikipedia

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    Angelo Scola (Italian pronunciation: [ˈandʒelo ˈskɔːla]; born 7 November 1941) is an Italian Cardinal of the Catholic Church, philosopher and theologian. He was Archbishop of Milan from 2011 to 2017. He had served as Patriarch of Venice from 2002 to 2011. He has been a cardinal since 2003 and a bishop since 1991.

  8. Jordan (archbishop of Milan) - Wikipedia

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    Jordan (Italian: Giordano da Clivio) was the Archbishop of Milan from 1 January 1112 to his death on 4 October 1120. Born in Clivio , he entered the church of Milan young and was ordained a subdeacon while serving under the Archbishop Grossolano .

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    The archbishop Ottone Visconti in the 13th-century caused himself to be proclaimed perpetual lord, thus putting an end to the Republic of Milan and establishing the power of the House of Visconti who ruled the Duchy of Milan from 1277 to 1447.

  10. Mario Delpini - Wikipedia

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    Mario Enrico Delpini (born 29 July 1951) is an Italian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.He has been serving as the Archbishop of Milan since his installation on 9 September 2017.

  11. Ambrose - Wikipedia

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    Ambrose was the Governor of Aemilia-Liguria in northern Italy until 374, when he became the Bishop of Milan. Ambrose was a very popular political figure, and since he had been the Governor in the effective capital in the Roman West, he was a recognizable figure in the court of Valentinian I. Bishop of Milan