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Silvestro de' Gigli

Silvestro de' Gigli
Bishop of Worcester
Church Catholic
See Diocese of Worcester
In office 1498–1521
Predecessor Giovanni de' Gigli
Successor Geronimo De Ghinucci
Consecration circa 6 April 1499
Personal details
Died 16 April 1521

Silvestro de' Gigli was a medieval Bishop of Worcester, the second of three Italian absentees to hold the see before the Reformation. He was nominated on 24 December 1498 and consecrated about 6 April 1499. He died on 16 April 1521.[1]



Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Giovanni de' Gigli
Bishop of Worcester
Succeeded by
Geronimo De Ghinucci
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