Ottagono, [14--]-[19--].


Ottagono, [14--]-[19--].

Material from the mosaic studio relates to specific works of art and decoration. The records pertain to works done primarily in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and include secular works as well as works intended for churches and religious institutions. Also of particular interest are documents relating to the interaction between the Fabbrica of St. Peter's and the civil authorities of the city of Rome after 1870 regarding services to the maintenance of St. Peter's Square. Among the variety of documents are extensive personnel files.

ca. 600 packets.


SNAC Resource ID: 6838372

Bentley Historical Library

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