Campeggio We notice two other members of this family.
1. ALESSANDRO, son of Lorenzo, was born at Bologne in 1504. He was educated by the most learned men of Italy, and appointed, in 1526, by pope Clement VII as his father's successor in the bishopric of Bologna The ninth and tenth sessions of the Tridentine Counci were held at his palace. Pope Julius III made hin cardinal in 1551. He died September 20, 1554.
2. CAMILLO, inquisitor of Ferrara, and bishop of Nepi-Sutri, who died in 1569, is the author of De Primatu Romani Pontificis contra M. Flacium Illyricun (reprinted by Rocaberti, in Bibl. Magn. Pontif. volume 7) See Gams-Kreutzwald, in Wetzer u. Welte's Kirchenlexikon, s.v.; Jocher, Allegemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.)