Augustinus Patricius (1)

Augustinus Patricius (1), of the family of Piccolomini, bishop of Pienza in the 15th century, wrote the Life of Fabianus Bentius and an Account of the Reception of the Emperor Frederick III by Paul II at Rome, both of which are given by Mabillon in his Museum Italicum, i, 251. He also wrote a work on the ceremonies of the Church of Rome, entitled Ceremoniale Romanum, which Marcellus, archbishop of Corfu, afterwards attributed to himself. Mabillon gives this book also. See Cave, Hist. Lit. ii, app. p. 193; Dupin, Hist. Eccles. Writers, iii, 75.

 
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