Miscellanea Fantuzzi, 1643-1778.


Miscellanea Fantuzzi, 1643-1778.

The Miscellanea Fantuzzi contains materials (copies and originals) collected by Cardinal Gaetano Fantuzzi in his various ecclesiastical positions.

2 linear m.




SNAC Resource ID: 6837473

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