Orazio Lancellotti

Orazio Lancellotti, Italian, Roman of noble descent. He was born in Rome in the mid-fifteenth century.

He was a man of sublime genius who studied Medicine and Philosophy. He chose to complete his studies in Pisa and attended the University of that city.

He obtained the title of “Artium et Medicinae” doctor. He was the doctor of the conclave who elected Pius III and was then, again as a doctor, among the pope's families. His prudence, doctrine and costums made him so famous that Pope Julius II named him as his doctor.

He is appointed in the Volumine Statutorum Collegii Medicorum Urbis.


  • Main text by Giovanna Giacomelli moc.duolci|ptivoig#| and Francesca Melis ti.oiligriv|89silem.icnarf#| (December 2018)

Bibliography

- Marini Luigi Gaetano, Degli Archiatri Pontifici, Pagliarini, Roma 1784, vol. 2, pp. 66-67

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