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[Letter and statement: Count Giacomo d'Aliberti, unsigned and undated, on the construction of a new theater by the architects Carlo Fontana and Giovanni Antonio de Rossi]

From: Italian castle archive

[Letter and statement: Count Giacomo d'Aliberti, unsigned and undated, on the construction of a new theater by the architects Carlo Fontana and Giovanni Antonio de Rossi]

From: Italian castle archive

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Date: ca. 1693
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Description:
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.
Abstract:
This new Theatro di Tordinona was opened on Jan. 25, 1696. Count Alibert was the originator of the first public musical theater in Rome.
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7 p.
28 cm.
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Miscellany
Box:
Box 83
Folder:
Folder 37
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