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Archbishop Ranuccio Scotti Douglas

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stemma famiglia Scotti
Coat of arms of the Scotti family, possibly as used by the bishop
Archbishop Ranuccio (Ranuzio) Scotti Douglas (born 19 Jul 1597, died 10 May 1659) was Bishop Emeritus of Borgo San Donnino.

Born in Parma, he was appointed on 22 Mar 1627 Bishop of Borgo San Donnino, Italy.
On 18 Apr 1627 he was ordained Bishop of Borgo San Donnino.
He became Bishop of Borgo San Donnino in 30 May 1627.
On 20 May 1630 he was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Switzerland and on 7 Sep 1639 he was appointed Apostolic Nuncio to France, resigning in 1641.

He resigned as Bishop of Borgo San Donnino on 13 Mar 1650.
He was still Bishop Emeritus of Borgo San Donnino at his death.

 

 

See also:

  •  Footprints of the Douglas Scotti; A Scottish Warrior Journeys to Piacenza in Northern Italy in 794 - The Douglas castles (Pdf; in English)

     

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