Tiberio Ugolino

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Tiberio Ugolino was a thrice appointed [1] Bishop of Down and Connor who held the post, firstly, in 1483 and, finally, in 1519. [2]

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  1. "Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae: The succession of the prelates Volume 3" Cotton,H. pp 202 Dublin, Hodges & Smith, 1848-1878
  2. Handbook of British Chronology By Fryde, E. B;. Greenway, D.E;Porter, S; Roy, I: Cambridge, CUP, 1996 ISBN   0-521-56350-X, 0713642556


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