Bernardino CARVAJAL) a Spaniard of the province OF ESTREMADURA, flourished about 1492, and was bishop successively of several sees, and lastly of Siguenza, and cardinal. He was among those cardinals who convened the Council of Pisa in 1511, on which account pope Julius II deposed him from the cardinalate; but Leo X restored him, and made him cardinal bishop of Frascati, and titular patriarch of Jerusalem, where he (tied, Dec. 13, 1523. His Oratio ad Cardinales was delivered in 1492, on the election of the pope (Rome, 1492). He also wrote, Oratio ad Sixtun IV et Cardinales, in die Circumcisionis Dominicce, A.D. 1484: — Homilia in Exaltatione S. Crucis. See Cave, Historia Literaria,. ii, App. p. 215.