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Lodovico Altieri (17 July 1805 - 11 August 1867) was a Cardinal and Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church.

Lodovico Altieri was born as the son of Paluzzo Altieri and Maria Anna di Sassonia in Rome. He was ordained on 24 March 1833. He was created a Privy chamberlain Pope Leo XII. In the pontificate of Pope Gregory XVI he was named qualificator of the Congregation of the Holy Office while he served as vicar of the School of Santa Maria in Via Latamarker. During this time he also served as secretary of the Congregation of Studies.

Episcopate

He was appointed titular archbishop of Ephesus on 11 July 1836 by Pope Gregory XVI and was consecrated on 17 July of that year by Pope Gregory, and appointed Nuncio to Austria the next day.

Cardinalate

He was created Cardinal-Priest of S.marker Maria in Porticomarker (deaconry elevated pro hac vice to title) but only in pectore in the consistory of December 14 1840. His name was published in the consistory of April 21 1845. He participated in the conclave of 1846 that elected Pope Pius IX. He was a member of the triumvirate that governed Rome between July 1849 and April 1850 after the short-lived Roman Republic. He was Secretary of the Congregation for Memorials serving from 1855 to 1857. He was appointed Camerlengo of the Holy Roman Church on 19 March 1857 and held the post until his death. He opted for the order of cardinal bishops, taking the suburbicarian see of Albano on 17 December 1860. He was appointed Prefect of the Congregation of the Index by Pope Pius on 5 September 1861. He was appointed Archpriest of the Basilica of St. John Lateranmarker on 8 March 1863. During the cholera epidemic that affected his diocese, he assisted the sick and the dying and he himself contracted the malady, dying in 1867. His funeral took place in the church of Santa Maria in Porticomarker.


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