Accipacio, Niccolo, an Italian prelate, was born at Sorrento in the latter part of the 14th century. Having acquired the distinction of doctor, he was made bishop of Tropea, afterwards archbishop of Sorrento, and finally of Capua. After having been employed in various achievements by the Roman see, Eugenius IV, in 1439, gave him the cardinal's hat. In the confusion, of the Neapolitan kingdom, he sided first with the House of Anjou, but afterwards with the party of king Alfonso. He died in 1447.