|Cardinal-Priest of Sant'Alessio|
Archbishop Emeritus of Siena
|Consecration||18 Feb 1596|
by Alessandro Ottaviano de' Medici
|Died||14 Jun 1619 (age 78)|
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|Catholic Church titles|
Carvajal de Simoncelli
| Bishop of Sovana |
| Cardinal-Priest of Sant'Alessio |
Camillo Borghese (archbishop)
| Archbishop of Siena |
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