Amulio (or Da Mula), Marco Antonio
Amulio (Or Da Mula), Marco Antonio an Italian cardinal, was born at Venice, Feb. 12, 1505. He studied jurisprudence at Padua, and was at first employed by the Venetian government in several important missions to Charles V. His virtue, his learning, his ability in these affairs, gained for him the esteem of pope Pius IV, who appointed him bishop of Rieti and cardinal and librarian of the Vatican. He died at Rome, March 13,1570. He wrote, in Farrius, Orationes ex Actis Concilii Tridentini (Venice, 1567): — in Labbe, Concilia (ibid. 1733): — and in Pino, Nuova Scelta di Lettere di Diversi Nobilissimi Omini (ibid. 1582). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.