Riario was buried in the Church of the Holy Apostles, where the well-known beautiful monmuent was erected in his men10ry (see SCHMARSOW, 166 seq.). The obsequies took place on the 18th J an., according to the '* Acta Consist. of the Secret Archives of the Vatican. In Cod. 45, C. 18, of the Corsini Library, Rome, f. I 17-23, is the *Oratio in funere rev di d. Petri card. S. Sixti habita Romae a rev do patre d. Nicolao episc. l\Iodrusien, a tissue of flatteries which must be received with the greatest circumspection. The orator may be more easily credited when he praises Riario's great "liberalitas"; he then continues: "Extinctus jacet optimarum artium dedicatissimus amator. Interiit omnium studiosormu prae- cipuus fautor, cultor bonorum (0 curiae splendor, ornamentum civitatis et huius urbis diligentissimus restaurator." The notice, f. I 19, "Nullas a ministris impensarum exigebat rationes: nulla computa exigere vole bat," is interesting, as a proof of his neglect of money matters. CIACONIUS, I I I., 43, says that the "Oratio in funere Petri card. S. Sixti habita a Nicolao episc. Modrusien" has been published.