Cesare Marullo

Most Reverend
Cesare Marullo
Archbishop of Palermo
Church Catholic Church
Diocese Archdiocese of Palermo
In office 1577-1588
Predecessor Giacomo Lomellino del Canto
Successor Diego Haëdo
Personal details
Died 12 Nov 1588
Palermo, Italy
Previous post Bishop of Agrigento (1574-1577)

Cesare Marullo (died 12 November 1588) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Archbishop of Palermo (1577-1588) and Bishop of Agrigento (1574-1577).[1][2][3]


On 14 Jul 1574, Cesare Marullo was appointed by Pope Gregory XIII as Bishop of Agrigento.[1] On 11 Sep 1577, he was appointed by Pope Gregory XIII as Archbishop of Palermo.[1] He served as Archbishop of Palermo until his death on 12 Nov 1588.[1] While bishop, he was the principal consecrator of Diego Haëdo, Bishop of Agrigento (1585).[1]


Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Juan Battista de Ojeda
Bishop of Agrigento
Succeeded by
Juan Rojas
Preceded by
Giacomo Lomellino del Canto
Archbishop of Palermo
Succeeded by
Diego Haëdo
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