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Bobo of S. Teodoro

Bobo of San Teodoro (died 9 October 1199) was an Italian Cardinal.

He was relative of Pope Celestine III, who named him cardinal-deacon of San Teodoro on 20 February 1193. He subscribed papal bulls between 4 March 1193 and 19 June 1199. His death is recorded in the necrology of the Vatican Basilica, of which he was canon before his promotion to the cardinalate.


  • Maleczek, Werner, 1984: Papst und Kardinalskolleg von 1191 bis 1216, p. 111. Vienna
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