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Pius IV

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(Biography) original name Giovanni Angelo de' Medici. 1499–1565, pope (1559–65). He reconvened the Council of Trent (1562), confirming its final decrees
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Their work builds handsomely on the efforts of one Pirro Ligorio, an Italian artist and scholar of ancient monuments, who, among other achievements, built the celebrated villa Casina di Pio IV, the Casino of Pope Pius IV, in the grounds of the Vatican.
The problems were finally resolved in 1576 by Felipe II and Pius IV.
In my case, research on the development of the Borgo Pio and its fortifications in Rome under Pius IV (1559-65) led me into issues relating to Rome's floods, drainage, drinking water, and the politics of the city's water supply.
Pope Pius IV (1559-65) reconvened and successfully concluded the Council of Trent.
The story is the suppression of prostitution in papal Rome; it begins with the rigorous and austere pontificate of Paul IV, followed by his successors Pius IV, Pius V, and Sixtus V--all devoted to stamping out sin in the capital of the reforming Catholic world.
Duston, now retired, found millions of dollars from worldwide donors of all faiths, to restore one of the greatest architectural jewels of the Vatican, the Casina of the Medici pope, Pius IV.
5) As we shall see, the attempt of Pope Pius IV (r.
But much of what he did was completing the work of others and has either been so altered as to be almost unrecognisable or is inaccessible, like the great and extraordinary Nicchione that closes the Belvedere Court of the Vatican, and above all his finest work, the Casino of Pius IV.
They happened during the last two years of the pontificate of Paul TV, 1558-59, (Paul IV was elected pope in 1556) and the early stages of the next pontiff, Pius IV Their surroundings were either Rome or central Italy.
There is some vitriol and crudeness, as when Jesus and the Apostles Peter and Paul encounter Pope Pius IV, who after stating that papal supremacy is upheld by all Catholici, Jesus names them Caco-lyci.
Peter's but were then moved elsewhere, among them: Eugene IV, Callistus III, Pius II, Alexander VI, Leo X, Hadrian VI, Pius IV, Pius V, Clement VIII, Paul V, Gregory XV, Innocent X, Clement IX, Benedict XIII, and Clement XIV.
Mullett discusses briefly the post-Tridentine popes from Pius IV (1561-66) through Clement VIII (1592-1605), with emphasis on the importance of Pius V (1566-72).