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Title: Alfonso Carrillo y Acuña (....-1491), obispo de Pamplona, personaje preclaro en Roma y poeta
Issue Date: 9-Jan-2017
Keywords: Diócesis de Pamplona
Reyes Católicos y Santa Sede
Hispanos en Roma
Relaciones culturales de España e Italia
Noticias españolas en Roma
Pamplona diocese
Catholics Kings and Holy See
Spaniards in Rome
Cultural relationships between Spain and Italy
Spanish news in Rome
Abstract: Hijo del primer conde de Buendía, el futuro obispo de Pamplona aprovechó el parentesco con su homó-nimo tío carnal, el arzobispo de Toledo, Alonso Carrillo, para su progreso en la archidiócesis, el nom-bramiento de protonotario apostólico y la actividad como tesorero y comisario de la cruzada. Promovidoal obispado de Pamplona en 1473 con el apoyo de Juan II de Aragón y del príncipe don Fernando, latensa situación política y eclesiástica del reino lo condujo a Roma a fines de 1481 o comienzos de 1482,donde, aun cuando logró solucionar los principales problemas diocesanos, decidió asentarse. Allí, apartede obtener varios beneficios eclesiásticos, fue elegido en julio de 1486 rector de la Iglesia de Santiagode los Españoles y anudó una sustanciosa red de contactos con destacados personajes del entorno curial(los cardenales Arcimboldi y Sforza o el maestro de ceremonias, Burckard), con relevantes hispanos (elvicecanciller Borja, Joan Margarit, López de Carvajal, Vidal de Noya, Paradinas, Diego Guillén de Avilay muchos otros) y con algún célebre humanista, como Pietro Martire D'Anghiera, quien, desde 1488,tras su instalación en España, lo convirtió en uno de sus corresponsales preferidos, por lo que a travésde Carrillo se conocieron en la ciudad eterna muchas noticias procedentes de la corte hispana, entreellas las referidas al desarrollo de la guerra de Granada. Murió en Roma en 1491, tras haber encargadoa Guillén de Avila escribir un Loor de su tío que él adornó con unas coplas de arte mayor.
Son of the first Conde de Buendía, the future Bishop of Pamplona took advantage of his kinship withhis namesake uncle by blood, Alonso Carrillo, Bishop of Toledo, for his progress in the Archdiocese,his appointment as apostolic Protonotary and the activity as Treasurer and Commissioner of theCrusade. Promoted to the Bishopric of Pamplona in 1473 with the support of Juan II of Aragón and  the Prince don Fernando, the tense political and ecclesiastic situation drove him to Rome, at the end of 1481 or the beginning of 1482, where he decided to settle down even after the most important diocesan problems were solved. There, besides obtaining several ecclesiastic benefits, in July 1486 was elected Rector of the Santiago de los Españoles church and he knotted an important contacts network with distinguished personalities of the Curial environment (the Cardinals Arcimboldi and Sforza, or the Master of Ceremonies Burkhard), with notable Spaniards (the Vice-chancellor Borja, Joan Margarit, López de Carvajal, Vidal de Noya, Paradinas, Diego Guillén de Avila and many others) and with some well known Humanists, like Pietro Martire D'Anghiera, who from 1488, after he got established in Spain, choosed him as one of his favourite correspondents. So it was through Carrillo that many news from the Spanish court were known in the eternal city, specially those relating to the development of the Granada war. He died in Rome in 1491, after he commissioned Guillén de Avila to write a Loor of his uncle, that he adorned with several <<coplas de arte mayor>>.
Primary author: Salvador Miguel, Nicasio
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10201/51879
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Number of pages / Extensions: 281-327
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Appears in Collections:Nº26 (2016)

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