Alibert, Count Giacomo d'. All'Illustrissimi... Prelati, e Deputati dell'Archiconfraternita de S. Girolamo della Carrita.
- Alibert, Count Giacomo d'. All'Illustrissimi... Prelati, e Deputati dell'Archiconfraternita de S. Girolamo della Carrita.
- Published / Created
- ca. 1693
- Publication Place
- A letter and statement, unsigned and undated, on the construction of a new theater by the architects Carlo Fontana and Giovanni Antonio de Rossi. Circa 1693. This new Theatro di Tordinona was opened on Jan. 25, 1696. Count Alibert was the originator of the first public musical theater in Rome.
7 pages, numbered ff. 280-285.
Bound in volume: 47 manuscript and 8 printed documents, comprising 727 pages, numbered ff. 1-419. Folio. Contemporary vellum. Italy, late 17th and early 18th century.
ff. 283v-285r blank.
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- Completely digitized
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- Italian Castle Archive. General Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.
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