Julius III, Pope
Julius III, Pope
Born at Rome, 10 September, 1487; died there, 23 March, 1555

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  • JULIUS III° — (Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte; b. 1487). pope, 1550–55. Julius III showed himself comparatively favorably disposed toward the Jews by employing many Jewish physicians, by imposing a fine of 1,000 ducats on anyone who forcibly baptized Jewish… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Pope Julius III — Infobox pope|English name=Julius III|Latin name=Julius PP. III birth name=Giovanni Maria Ciocchi del Monte term start=February 7, 1550|term end=March 23, 1555 predecessor=Paul III|successor=Marcellus II birth date=birth… …   Wikipedia

  • Julius III — (Giammaria Ciocchi del Monte or Giovanni Maria del Monte) 1487 1555, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1550 55. * * * ▪ pope original name Giovanni Maria Ciocchi Del Monte born Sept. 10, 1487, Rome died March 23, 1555, Rome  pope from 1550 to 1555.… …   Universalium

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  • Julius II —     Pope Julius II     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Julius II     (GIULIANO DELLA ROVERE).     Born on 5 December, 1443, at Albissola near Savona; crowned on 28 November, 1503; died at Rome, in the night of 20 21 February, 1513. He was born of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope Julius II —     Pope Julius II     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Julius II     (GIULIANO DELLA ROVERE).     Born on 5 December, 1443, at Albissola near Savona; crowned on 28 November, 1503; died at Rome, in the night of 20 21 February, 1513. He was born of… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Pope Saint Julius I —     Pope St. Julius I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope St. Julius I     (337 352).     The immediate successor of Pope Silvester, Arcus, ruled the Roman Church for only a very short period from 18 January to 7 October, 336 and after his death… …   Catholic encyclopedia

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