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Processo di Cesare Borgia da Velletri quando fu' ricevutto fra' Cavalieri Militi per Giustizia dell'Ordine Gerosolomitano nell'anno MDCCXXXIV

Production / publication: [Italy ; 1734?]Description: 260 pages ; 28 cm.General note: Contains three family trees executed in colour on vellum single-plates and a full-page spread on vellum of 4 coats of arms. Title page written in gold and black ink within a gilt border; text preceded by a leaf decorated with a coronet surmounting the Order's cross (executed in gold). 16 blank leaves at end. Refurbished in 1979.Language note: In ItalianBinding note: Calf with gold-tooled fillets and floral corner ornaments.Subject(s): Borgia, Cesare, active 18th century | Knights of Malta -- Admission to the OrderSummary: Proof containing evidence of nobleman's Cesare Borgia qualification for admission to the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. Cesare Borgia was the third son of Don Clemente Erminio Borgia, a descendant of the famous Borgia family and Governor of Velletri a commune near Rome).
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Manuscript Manuscript Library
Library H3 (Browse shelf) Available

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