Giabarians a Mohammedan sect who denied the free agency of man, and taught that God is the author of all the actions of man, whet her good or bad. Giacobazio, Clemente, an Italian prelate, nephew of Domenico, was born in the latter half of the 15th century. He became canon of St. Peter of the Vatican, bishop of Massano, secretary of Paul III, and auditor of the sacred palace. In 1536 he was made cardinal, with the title of St. Anastasius, and soon after sent on a mission to Charles V. Called in 1539 to the legateship of Perugia and Ombria, he, in the performance of these duties, died at Perulgia, October 7, 1540. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.