Spoglio del Costantino Patrizi, 1826-1860.


Spoglio del Costantino Patrizi, 1826-1860.

The first busta contains materials dating from 1839-1842 when Patrizi was prefect of the Bishops and Regulars and includes a part of a holograph of a testament of Cardinal Gioacchino Pecci (later Leo XIII) from the period when he was archbishop of Perugia. The busta speciale contains various bulls and diplomas. For example, there is a bull (1828) conferring the Abbey of SS. Vincenzo and Anastasio alle Tre Fontane, a diploma nominating Patrizi as a regent of the Penitentiary, and a bull appointing him bishop.

2 busta (busta 1 and busta speciale)


SNAC Resource ID: 6837944

Bentley Historical Library

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