Roman Catholic Diocese of Acerno

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Location
40°44'31"N
015°03'15"E
Country
 Italy
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The Diocese of Acerno was a Roman Catholic diocese based in Acerno near Naples in southern Italy, with the bishop's seat in Acerno Cathedral. Created in the 11th century, it was suppressed in 1818, when it was merged with the Diocese of Salerno to create the Archdiocese of Salerno-Acerno.

List of bishops of Acerno

Mirando (1091 or 1106) Giusio (1114–1124) Pisano (1136) Pietro I (1179) Pascanio (Pasquale) (1222) Nicola da S. Germano, O.S.B. (1228 – May 1258) Luca, O.F.M. (August 1266 or 1274–1277) Giacomo I (1295) Andrea Capograsso (1309) Bartolomeo (1314) Giordano di Miramonti, O.P. (Jourdain de Miramont) (25 May 1319 - 1331) Pietro II (1 March 1331) Giacomo II (1345–1348) Matteo de Marino (1349–1363) Giuliano, O.F.M. (1363–1371) Roberto da Casalnuovo, O.F.M. (11 August 1371) Tommaso (1383) Benedetto da Ascoli, O.E.S.A. (1389–1396) Pacello da Salerno, O.F.M. (1396–1405) Manfredo da Aversa (10 July 1405 - 1415) Antonello Syrraca (Antonio Sirico) (20 March 1415 - 1436) Nicolas Solimele (27 August 1436 - 17 Oct 1459 Appointed, Bishop of Venosa) Paracleto Malvezzi (de Malvitiis) (13 February 1460 - 1487) Menelao Gennari (13 August 1487 - 1493 Appointed, Archbishop of Sorrento) Antonio Bonito (19 March 1494 - 1510) Pietro da Arezzo (1511) Dalmacio Queralt (13 August 1512 - 1514) Alemanno (1514) Luis Muñoz (29 May 1514 – 1523) Cardinal Pompeo Colonna (Apostolic Administrator 18 Jan 1524 - 23 Jun 1525 Resigned) Gerolimo Olivieri (23 June 1525 - 1539 resigned) Cardinal Francisco de Quiñones (Apostolic Administrator 9 June 1539) Cardinal Marcello Cervino (Apostolic Administrator 10 December 1539) Nicola Angelo Olivieri (1539–1566) Giovanni Matteo Valdina, O.P. (1566–1570) Lelio Giordano (1570–1580) Giovanni Francesco Orefice (24 February 1581 - 1593) Antonio Agelli, C.R. (24 November 1593 - 1604) Paolo Manara, O.P. (14 November 1604 - 1611) Francesco Solimele (14 March 1611 - 1613) Juan Serrano Ortiz, O.F.M. (20 November 1613 - 1637) Ludovigo Galbiati (1637–1638) Pietro Paolo Bonsi (13 April 1638 - 1642) Clemente Confetti (13 April 1643 - 1644) Camillo Ragona (23 October 1644 - 1665) Antonio Glielmi (15 June 1665 - 1690) Francesco Sifola (8 May 1690 - 1696) Scipio Carocci (17 December 1696 - 1702) Nicola Ventriglia (5 March 1703 - 1708) Domenico Antonio Menafra (24 January 1718 - 1738) Domnenico Anelli (1 February 1739 - 1743) Geronimo Lorenzi (13 September 1743 - 1790) Michelangelo Calandrelli, O.E.S.A. (26 March 1792 - 18 Aug 1797) Giuseppe Mancusi (31 October 1797 - 1807) (vicar capitular)
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