Pope julius ii

Michelangelo (1475-1564): Tomb of Pope Julius II, 1545

Michelangelo (1475-1564): Tomb of Pope Julius II, 1545

Michelangelo (1475-1564): Tomb of Pope Julius II, 1545

Michelangelo (1475-1564): Tomb of Pope Julius II, 1545

Cardinal Carlo Domenico del Carretto (1454-1514) Archbishop of Tours, France. Pope Julius II created him cardinal deacon in the consistory of Dec 1, 1505

Cardinal Carlo Domenico del Carretto (1454-1514) Archbishop of Tours, France. Pope Julius II created him cardinal deacon in the consistory of Dec 1, 1505

Cardinal Achille Grassi (1456-1523) Pope Innocent VIII appointed him an auditor of the Roman Rota. In 1503, he became chaplan of Pope Julius II. The pope named him rector of San Clemente, San Giovanni in Persiceto. He then became a Referendary in the Roman Curia

Cardinal Achille Grassi (1456-1523) Pope Innocent VIII appointed him an auditor of the Roman Rota. In 1503, he became chaplan of Pope Julius II. The pope named him rector of San Clemente, San Giovanni in Persiceto. He then became a Referendary in the Roman Curia

Pope Julius II - Giuliano della Rovere.  Enemy of Rodrigo and Cesare Borgia finally became pope. Responsible for St. Peter's Basilica and a patron of Michelangelo.

Giuliano della Rovere when he was a cardinal with his uncle Francesco della Rovere, Pope Sixtus IV of Sistine Chapel fame.

Cardinal Sisto Gara della Rovere (1473-1517)  Nephew of Pope Julius II and grand-nephew of Pope Sixtus IV. Half brother of Cardinal Galeotto Franciotti della Rovere

Cardinal Sisto Gara della Rovere (1473-1517) Nephew of Pope Julius II and grand-nephew of Pope Sixtus IV. Half brother of Cardinal Galeotto Franciotti della Rovere

Julius II  Papacy began	1 November 1503  Papacy ended	21 February 1513  Predecessor	Pius III  Successor	Leo X  Orders  Consecration	1481  by Pope Sixtus IV  Created Cardinal	15 December 1471  Personal details  Birth name	Giuliano della Rovere  Born	5 December 1443  Albisola, Republic of Genoa  Died	21 February 1513 (aged 69)  Rome, Papal States  Parents	Rafaello della Rovere  Spouse	Lucrezia Normanni (mother of Felice)  Children	Felice della Rovere

"Papa Giulio II" by Raffaello Sanzio da Urbino @ National Gallery, London, UK

Pope Julius II, Pope from 1503 until 1513, during the very early years of Henry's reign, well before Henry's issues with the Church and Anne Boleyn came into the picture. Julius was responsible for issuing the special dispensation for Henry to marry Catherine of Aragon (needed because she had been previously married to his brother Arthur).

Raphael ~ Portrait of Pope Julius II ~ ~ nicknamed "The Fearsome Pope" and "The Warrior Pope", born Giuliano della Rovere, was Pope from 1 November 1503 to his death in

Raphael (Raffaello Sanzio), 1483-1520, Italian, Portrait of Pope Julius II, c.1511.  Oil on poplar, 108.7 x 81 cm.  National Gallery, London.  High Renaissance.

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Portrait of Pope Julius II, c. 1512 Raphael - National Gallery, London

Raphael, Pope Julius II 1511 Oil on panel The National Gallery, London - Image and background information

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