Camaldolese Artists: Mauro Cappellari (Pope Gregory XVI)

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Camaldolese Artists: Mauro Cappellari (Camaldolese monk / Pope Gregory XVI)


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treat our on commodities pope gregory the sixteen category of thing eg
and he's a very controversial figure or we're not ready to cut up and all the controversies but i will try michiko a to some of them during my talk
you'll notice as you came in beneath the bulletin board the library copies of the to volume commemorative ah
work on a gregory the sixteen that was published in nineteen forty eight and i we opened it the frontispiece in each volume so you could see what i think one of the bust and other
a painting or gregory this extent anyway he wasn't a narrative
we're not treating him because he was an artist but what he did for the arts as a great patron of the arts with this paypal paypal power
on first day are definately point out is there a number of forces are you can look through but these are the ones most available to you with firstly the is true volume set which was published by our own chris
that san gregorio in rome nineteen forty eight ah this first volume and number of things that are really quite good and i used five different works in here on gregory the sixteen antiquity and in the fine arts on each
each of these museum
and on a regular archaeology christian archaeology
a number of other essex in here as well and in the second volume you can actually find something in english so if you're interested in reading and something of great pope gregory in english on on the arcs you won't find it but you can find things on for it
didn't gregory and pregnant sixteenth and england
by historian named rope you familiar with the i've been to that name before churches during not dot h e g rope they have you
i've run into that name anywhere there's another one i'm gregory the sixteen and the united states of america
yeah nice twenty page essay on this and other there's a nice woman in spanish i don't read spanish but i personally know latin function anti time i can will make it up on the emancipation of the spanish america and the with the sixteen
and another one that makes one an italian here on gregory and the missions he's a great cope with the mission and we'll get to that just a suck anyway remember this is the second volume and this isn't the command to these section of our of our library this is the most important so resource for you the second
the second most important is a our own to set the country i'm on his work which is in your town
it's a little over forty fifty page booklet on the the secrets of the country elected
oh as quickly and sixteen lot of keep going on
he's way to the right way ultra right and left is brenda and it's interesting
what happened to a lack of february to sixteen also won a you were brought to my attention this is a nice work on the by cardinal wiseman bleeding during that time and he wrote his own personal recollections of for
pope's at that time i think gregory is maybe the third of the for i think maybe one pm on i think he fits piano
i think maybe now we are not up yet i know that's what i'm saying he would be the third child to a book i think he treated pure normal hours of electricity would be the fourth to anyway it's in english so if you'd like to read that and gives you a nice little feel for them for the
here are some of the aspects of the private life of of the man as well as a few things about what he did
as pope in his many works including for the arts but i going to the things on this is i wouldn't say the least important the resources but it's it's nice to read it gives you nice flavor i'm speaking least important historic
offering you can of course find various treatments are gregory and sixteen in our churches genius and know people historians will not going to find people on both sides of the issue people screaming at them of about him being an obscurantist and stuck in the mountain project
progress in one on but he's is really quite a paradox upon the he was wearing in at this time in some ways and way behind in other nights when it came to the railroad railroad when we call it that what from hell marriage and inspiration satan
i think you call him in denmark the marking on the van rather than wouldn't prevent them in the people who spent the last of apologies to the to try and peck and a radical right
although probably not a having trains rather than all the india automobiles we have in this country would be better offer or ecology from are many ways he was waited at this time he up was anti slip really came out with a an actual papal document against slavery which was still going on in
the united states we're talking eighteen hundreds
which is not that long ago and some other things will get to so okay
marvel of coffee memory he was born and seventeen six five and he was born i didn't put it on them because you had spelled yet a bot total mayo he was born bartolo or alberto bartholomew albert coffee lot and he
he was from the town of bannu know you know exactly where bedroom and with from the mountains somewhere i think i think it's up somewhere near where bernardino fun so maybe northwest able to hug him record catherine and balloon on behalf of it though
oh apple
well as
actually balloon or comes into art history and a number of times people from there and i think we used to have a hospital for a liberal about here and road it's picturesque town
he was born on september eighteen
he did his studies with the private tutor who was a canon
named giovanni korea written i mentioned this is victor this man still living when they drowned him as good sixteen and so he was there at the at the papal throne and was a great thrill for him to hobbling and see his former pupil can
in the years seventeen eighty so when he is fifteen years all his own listen to it is only sibling became a cistercian none
but the family became the sturgeon not a close at the and a constantly than you about your the was showing
then i mention this because there are a number of people who are new to this spring him on to a religious vocation that's the only reason i mentioned and more than one person
alluded to this that that he intimated that it had an effect on him to the age of fifteen to go to the monastic life
three years later he did he was eighteen he entered our famous monastery in venice son uk in saint michael of murano
ah the august twenty third of that year and then studied science and philosophy that have a great school are pretty good
that our monastery of st monica
and they could do a lot of their own studies are necessary going on for their doctors were not they were doing the domain studies the arts sciences philosophy and some theology are right there at seventy kid so well
they must have invented that create them
when all the way the suppression some the what eighteen maybe eighteen ten and two thirteen and laughed to the on was only would work for they were in line with like the trenches critic yeah all the all of you have all of yeah and there are two waves of depression
the later suppression depressions in italy came and eighteen sixty second seventies but this one never the house was never given back to so the first suppression way it's depressions napoleon given him and we never got over give it to depression right and he
it certainly is the peter he wasn't personally involved in this suppression but the republic of venice and other republics which were aligned with the republican movement
hot footed it's closer to the guy like napoleon why some of our houses were literally close down by napoleon's soldiers some of them destroyed we one of our abbott's
jumped out of a window and killed himself as suicide as napoleon's soldiers were firing on the house and breaking in
and so he went to courtesy we had another monk who was killed by the poignant soldiers trying to protect to someone i forget the extra details the number of our people
when you horrible experiences with the soldiers of corn
anyway this half last until that until that time i
but will the mayor was close is a novice
ah so he was there for two years studying he had entered the school as sami khedira but they hadn't actually become a monk there yet until after a couple of years of science and philosophy
ah saw in seventeen a fine with cloth called by an avid named after a great room long and thing the extra large go on sale ah
the have added the pompei and seventeen seventy five years given the name powerful mauer a mouse
and the next year he on proof vest he had an eighteen month know they should i don't know that sober he was professor september
kirby twenty first action under another app there was no out and you care they changed rather quickly but we're talking therapy and it could be every two years every other year every tv
yeah seventy they can
excuse me and his name was jack come on james cheryl
and then studied theology it's a small model studied theology
the following year seventeen eighty seven he was attained
because or david's december
as things were sped up and wednesday the exact date cannot be found because the archives of the bishop who are damian and in those years we used to channel another island in the lagoon a very famous cathedral that's what the one thing i
i wish i would i didn't have if i had another day in venice i would have gotten them but would it be a whole day trip but has this wonderful hacks that the cathedral of to champion
anyway they would they would be have the bishop of to cello float over to murano and ordain are people there or they would go to to a job
there are quite a few bishops around venice at that time
and we aligned with the tour channel and you were their archives to a great extent birds in the fire so we don't have the exact
details on a date a guy diverse nation
three years later model holds the chair of theology and seventy care and he is right begins work on his doctoral dissertation or thesis on the church triumphant guess need to be
i'm going to turn
he's the chair chairman of different
and he begins his a beans at work which takes him years
ah would you find it takes to wrong and it is accepted later on down the line on the church triumph
five years later seventeen ninety five and find him in rome he's doing the final touches on this thesis this thesis is rather important and it is in three parts the first part is on the immutability of church government
unchanging church k the second part is on papal infallibility x cocktail about
okay so this is before this this leads up to what happens at the end of the essential
dennis the end of the nineteenth century with that it can come so one with via dogma people and vulnerability
and the third section deals with jansenism and protestantism and and motto is against them
i'm happy have
it is that this time napoleon napoleon's forces and napoleon like
philosophies and struggles and whatnot are republican problems are surfacing and going on all throughout europe
and it's at that time that he publishes his thesis tina how much therefore the arch enemy of republicans of republicanism and liberalism is the arch enemy of liberalism it's coming out with this nature pass the right ultra right her dissertation
four years later pope pius the six dies in prison on august twenty nine i'm just including this because this gives you a feel for what's going on at that time imprisoned by napoleon's forces
eighteen hundred is in this year pious the seventh was elected on march fourteen and a renegade conclave of cardinals was scattered a are wrong and collected themselves at the benedictine abbey of san
georgia much joy utah right from the yards on the sandbar contractors
and they elected pious the seven there
in eighteen oh five or five years down the road
mourinho copy dari is in named titular abbot of sand cay so he returned to them he's made titular other helps the title
and he goes back there to teach but the next year is called the actor wrong because he's elected procurator general with the order and those years and these centuries that is the number two man in the order of it's the general and the office below the jan also the like the vice president wouldn't be
the procurator general that was true and all the monastic care congregations of this time and other orders in fact most of them even used that same term
the following year eighteen oh seven he was named the and of san gregorio and wrong
you see they're doing they're changing every year and easy as of course horrible things are going up nigger in the early eighteen hundreds regard politics political
in eighteen of a the very next year he returned to venice to fight against the cummings oppressions there's all kinds of pressures in venice coming from there slowly taking this taking that causing the little house down putting and the monks have to run to the bigger houses and then they the in arkansas
kinds of crap that went on for years he dumb and in all of our houses big houses especially
because they had carried the load on the smaller houses were suppressed
anyway that that next year is back there fighting that this is that after year after he was appointed or elected abbot of san diego area and then he's elected abbot of
and we can say mike and in vengeance on june twenty first so he's really laugh at it the last reigning abbot of suddenly kid that it's the motherhouse of this great congregation
two years later advocating suppressed may thirteen eighteen ten eighteen ten was a horrible year for our order lol for all the order sexual
however they allow the school to continue and schools a very prestigious school and educating love to the
high officials are children with despite that to even that won't last long
at this time was holding down the chair of philosophy
after school for years later and eighteen fourteen he has recalled to rome to help pick up the pieces at san gregorio which are basically fallen apart and was horribly unorganized and just on its last strings at this time
and he does so and it's at this time he also has offered his first bishopric which she flatly refuse
the next year he thought his enroll now the next year eighteen fifteen he's made a consulted the hobby see
three years later he's made popular major general again so he's number two in the entire order again and two years later he refuses his second bishopric this one is activity which would have been on are still rather prestigious
a bishopric to have that in austria historically were close to one both had great ritualistic
regarding certain and for instance it's just parenthetically when peter damian was named
cardinal archbishop of austria that meant that peter damian have the right the position as that fisher to
in thrown a pole and at that time with peter damian actually had been hired at one point because we have three calls and then there was another one brought in and he just ran hits the went not to and thrown and another one but typically is another one of these important seeds that way
attachments to that went along
certain know what what is the word marketing yeah yeah well even do but that certainly correlational provided that will walk that
and he said no you want that either ah
just backtrack a little bit at all during this time his best friend is plants she don't do not have been sandy cay who was a scientist
very very intelligent man good teacher he goes to rome before and he's made a cardinal
he's made a cardinal there in what most people thought was a mistake that the pope gave the red hat the wrong now even placido demonstrated he said i'm you don't need me you mean power with the evidence to come ahead at san gregorio i would it be
both really good man a good capable of them but the pope stood by his
this volume isn't a day or maybe it wasn't they think it was it wouldn't be the first time that one prefer brilliantly the red heaven and on the jeweler was a fine a churchman find issue happen he was the vicar of rome in fact foot for a number of people
including our own are our own bow and he became for anyway
placido becomes a cardinal and
he had named protector of the order we always have a cardinal protector during these these years do we still have them do not since vatican two
maybe yeah i think they probably count but until then every order had sold cardinal protector
you a number of englishmen in fact english card consumer
our protectors and some america
the story we can choose to live on rural time and and our protector visited is only held your cargo the hardly getting along with extensive inside so he was with comments about it but the at the then he put his you from whole half can
the waiting room and even it all the monks now can be able to put on his own had a people to
good one
that but of course there was a time ah
when in fact some centuries when fact if it's very very important for your particular
and it meant a lot what you got done for your your congregation while
an example would have been on it even in the time the verge of the side
have you not have had had we not had a good cardinal protector at that time we probably wouldn't have have been able to pull off the reform was badly needed
in our congregation and and then ambrogio election the new enacting the whole thing in a lot of the dependent on the cardinal project to yeah maybe you are from age you would think with bondage to protect your pardon
no one
i don't even know when they started that particular
and i think there was a time when
more than anything else the protector which is that yet another come on down pipe
why are there were times when i wasn't so good they have protected and then they were coming from was anyone
mojito was named cardinal protector of the order he immediately with the general of the order also being kemal delays it just made in general while he had he had marvel at st good the san gregorio running the ordered for him he was just you know by carriers like
for him for it's a placid with game other things with the obviously he was the vicar of rome so basically i'm
as vicar general vicar general number two man because the general exact same not the generals we usually hand
the morrow was technically money before agreeing and believe some the fisher
at this time again with power involved in the holy see and he is he's made a consult your to the holy office propagation of they the committee for was going to be appointing bishops throughout the world
so he's busy in the holy see it's time also and then the eighteen twenty four is a named cardinal excuse me apostolic visitor to for rather minor actually university is in the of members of the papal university
and that within the people territories ah but even though it wasn't they're not all that important it was an important step for him because people far and slugged me it was another step along the way and eighteen twenty five next year he was created cardinal what they didn't know why
was when he was made apostolic visitor to the university's he actually wants already cardinal of the the pope held of off for one year for reasons that enough on with so impactor program but impact over for one year and then on facebook in than
the transmitters much from the first he was given to bed have eighteen twenty five and zoo or love was just been announced to everyone now finally think you're right
where they worked as friends to per year
two cardinals at one time i didn't know what there's another period and nine years to be to to have of the current you've got a lot of cardinals boston i don't think more than two
ah and eighteen thirty one six years down the road lo and behold model cappelletti is elected
pope he takes the name in deference to his favorites named and indifferent to the actual abbey of san gregorio or chair your he takes the named greg
gregory sixteen
he was ejected through a coalition a coalition of ultra-right various ultra right them including and still important at this time in history austria
so metro negatives politicking and running things and
the austrian sphere of influence and he became very pro category because he was pro absolutist
and that's what can be and remember his thesis that's what he stood for have you not written a thesis i wonder if she would i mean things point to is not being elected that he had already for years now he's had that reputation the ceylon tea
party ongoing party these years against republicanism
against liberal views and i we're talking now the situation
where were you know various posts are killing one another in italy and we have assassination of including clergy and prelates by various
pardon within the right and and loved i mean italy is it it's time real struggle political struggle of becoming a country that say this time rather than a collection of
vine city states which i mean that's a broad statement but over the centuries basically it's that but in different forms or whole lot and so now you have a coming close to up being a republic and if a long struggle and many many lives are lost in that struggle
there's a lot of t that line the results with popularity he was elected is is elected because they feel he will leave here again all changes all modern trends all nationalism that's why is he liked it and the right in some ways he was against those thing
the very next year he promulgates
this papal document minority vote
what is around on august fifteen which is against all kinds of things
notably against freedom of conscience
the freedom of the press
i'm very pro our church and state separation
did i say that i mean just the opposite very he is very much in favor of church and state being alive excuse me is against the separation of church and state which the liberal they're pushing get religion out of them
the government or influence
okay he's against various reforms all of this is coming through in our before us and other stagnancy next year this time is against just in general various reforms any kind of revolt the liberal ideas in general he's against protestants he does reinstall beginner
the hierarchy or a reform of all the religious orders
ah he is very much involved in the development of missions worldwide he created seventy missionary diocese dioceses he creates two hundred missionary the ships during his time
and very much in favor of native native purge native fishes
he creates eighty cardinals during his time to good thing he did because his are those of you ever been in st peter's and seizes his marble
what would you quake over effigy and his places for entombment in the human church it's immense very much like his nieces the church triumphant trends across as while those cargo of that you created paid for them
i don't know if he knew they were going to do that he created eighty of them and they got a magnificent monument of done yet he's very pro immaculate conception this is before
immaculate conception is defined as dogma he's also interestingly knife and that's why we're getting to this point very pro art and archaeology
but before we get almost a day that he has said that eighteen thirty one
so thirty one to forty six so fifteen years
ah but before we discuss the art from the work he did there than and in general it's a few more things eighteen thirty nine he came up with this document for which she should be more famous than two years in a law it's against slavery
why hundred times in
the was eighteen thirty nine i don't have the exact fuel day of promulgation that i can find it for eighteen forty four five years later he comes out this interesting this is just sort of parenthetically included in a cheap was lucky enough theaters this is not against
trains planes or automobile and it is against the new york christian alliance and the london bible society various the liberal ideas than bringing out regarding scriptures what
the next year eighteen forty five the year before he died he are he
created a whole new way of native clergy of a crop drop the world and then established ten new diocese in the united states of america
ah the next year he died on june first
eighteen forty six
his rather
monuments and st peter's was done by the sculptor music on the cheap
and buffs a good oreo did she can be found at murano is where he was virginia along family are not interested they're down by the tomb ah san gregorio i thought i saw on their interact with the spa
the to as a picture of the one from san gregorio but i didn't see it my last plane i didn't know where i ran across the first time are you you're familiar with that player
this be reality ah
and then also at this particular new here at the ladder and palatial father's palace museum they have a bust of our commander these pulp there
okay yeah we've met country or hiking trail a tragedy can be left the austrian here
after that
no metronet would be aligned with austria i don't remember saying three there wasn't a good point
a whole coalition anyone against modern trends and nationalism with a phone
oh so just regarding the the before we discuss these three museums which are his his mark on
the arts ah let's just talk about in general this is a quote from cardinal wiseman he did not confine himself to any one department of art but his attention was comprehensive and generous not guided by priests for directed by discerning taste the sanctuary virtual
stephen directed by inserting taste on crow
he was he instigated ah he helped and he continued to help some that were already in process various excavations and restorations going on in and about name if you go to rome now and you walk to the forum area and go to various sites where temples of the
student and whatnot he is responsible for a lot of them a lot of them are named some of them is he certainly responsible for the domus aurea already on the or the golden house and seven golden calcite and it never seen that are not very various
part for the form
the flavian amphitheater he excavated had excavated he had the arch of titus restored
very few women recommend some of these things that you've seen as you get along the this one eye on the porch because the for so the porch area to the temple of onto niners and faustina he had excavated you know they need adult this there
there was a hypothesis that this portico was also connected with that turn on your website that are they excavated it the column of for car was excavated the arch of septimius severus was excavated mentioned the whole arch was under under ground
the layers
of stuff on top of each thing what still under there has been excavated the temple of concordia the temple of the station were both excavated thanks to the commander this book
the piazza san gregorio when he was hoping around a nice in the answer bill to in front and center over there and the street hey street made via
you sent the garden there's also the irony is that a another name for the same street for the center chemo or is beyond them maybe something that was added later on part of it's called the out the still one party
ah also there was this temple hypothesis regarding a temple where of syncretism when they brought greek and latin gods together into a temple in wrong and with called a particle the daily content so agree
being god's green together and
and he went with that hypothesis and they found at the portico to what evidence that was this temple of fun
syncretism and wrong
he pushed for the upkeep and maintenance of catacombs a lot of them working that this repair this time
ah he added many books to the
if you go through the vatican museums if you even if you're just running it to get to the before the crowd gets fairly early in the morning i did the same thing went to get to this listing child if you can have a little bit of quiet you're gonna run to the inspection and parliament to borussia
and he used to have a huge library that which they moved elsewhere to great he helped build a personally with his own books and it's own money to the end
also the museum of christianity at that time museum of christianity so early christian art effects at to to greater than his own expense ah he donated to that museum including especially a whole series of byzantine icons precious byzantine i
icons which he gave to the church
but courses in this museum
he had fresh various friend fresh restored and brought him the the best the store of of the day whose name was agreed kula
takes you back to first year latin
they restored the spreads course of michelangelo raphael the and january could translate that requires a heaven
some of them were outdoor frescoes and so they can place them in in glass so he had that done so they wouldn't lose them to the elements
this is another call from wiseman regarding his room's regarding great reads rooms their gregory had his most choice collection of books from every part of the world beautifully fun and many other exquisite gems of art miniatures and copies as well as original paintings
had a certain aesthetic call it's they go on
which side to him which are even his own people rooms with is pronounced
and any cost spilled over into think thankfully so in tune to church with heritage he also promoted active the the study christian antiquity
this had already begun under benefit under our humanity fourteen but that are come on with polka right on the on the train and continued including in studies of a copper jai descriptions rather sculptures the whole the whole schmear
so he's famous for these green museums and i can actually doing fifteen in the gregorian lateran palace museum the etruscan using them if you've got kids the vatican museums you know this is one of the museums the department and the egyptian museum to great well
actually as i say
most responsible for them
originally the lateran palace was the preferred abode of the posts prior to have at the long
in fact it again mrs parent that they claimed his hydrosphere and doing some peter damian reading right now
in peter damian today during this time when they had three popes at once and moment and was going to get the a fourth
one of the coxless and his army were holed up in the locker room and that one has probably the most
the last ah
claim to became public
the first of the three chronologically
as second one was in what is now called the vatican so paid st peter's and surrounding area and his army was there and the third one was in some benedictine monastery new by to get look on the outside of them
and anyway he took this palace need decided to restore it for as a museum for church universal me
and here it opened to the public in the eighteen forty four these to the ascension you chose this day because it was always the feast of the ascension with the pope go to the bathroom
regular them it was a traditional date for a papal visit to the latter
even though it opened and forty four it really wasn't finished until forty six well it's never been finished up and they if you think about woven games they've never quite finished they're always adding on evidently on and end
here it's projects have gone on for decades and decades
ah but it's probably finished as far as the original scope was it can be considered this a it was filled with various artifacts and from ancient christian sources are the christian holdings but most of the artifacts were not christian
so this is pre christian or secular or profane antiquity another
a phrase to use but he took articles out of the peel clementine museum which already existed in the attic and holdings nicaea yeah monty museum which was set up by pius the seven years from we set up by five six was just by his predecessors so he's
carrying on something that is going on before him the whole heritage movement within within wrong and also probably a pipe man of funding the boy so is artifacts particular and they're all moved to this matter in the palace museum today
gather as a major whole day
as well as many many many things articles that were coming out of recent
excavations so things they were articles they were digging up the critics from quite huge
pieces were being put into this particular museum
and pure know is down the line will will continue this to to build up this particular museum
secondly the etruscan were seen this month's fascinating i love interest trust and i
this opened on february second two two and thirty seven
two to thirty seven
which is the anniversary of his election he was elected pope on these the presentation
he truscott what does that refer to it refers to
a people an entity called a truly are important to realize pretty good pronounced both ways an ancient country and what is now italy covering tuscany and hearts of whom area
ah those of you who met don staff and on when he was young young priest deck moines on its wage was the is very conferences tuscany blood yeah he had he says he has that's what he is easy trusted them very glad to see his eyes sparkle on him
go on on asking about as trust and blood some time
this is a civilization which existed mainly from the eighth century bc to the fourth century bc and appropriately enough sixth century b c as their golden epoch the golden the high point or next
they would farmers they were not indigenous people they think you're probably from asia minor originally
and they were an alliance of cities states based basic
ah they had their own alphabet an alphabet which was extracted from the greek off the wall little bit different ah the they've determined that that they can determined the vocabulary at all they don't know where the vocabulary their vocabulary is a mystery inception
at least until this good this way until nineteen forty eight is recovery just a vocabulary it was on the streets the may have been games since then i didn't have time to look up to trust him whatever civilization they were married
time power
and the nolan's as a civilization so the gold work on the bronze work and a special kind of poem which was black and it's called book kettle book kettle or blue candle
there i was fascinated i love it it's a strong hello hellenic influenced on greek influence it's like hellenized hard but gone wild it's flavors is barbaric and so you get there refined hellenic armada for one
which he'll this why held by their flavor of zone on of painted on them and this interested i became the primary source for what grows into a roman roman art and frescoes third movements
no bipartisan
this is a quote from cat on
go or who did the article on the trust and museum gregory the sixteen always favored and promoted the study than typically fine arts as the greater splendor of law
by many important to trust him on the fence preserving them from obscurity collecting them into a place dedicated to culture and his you can theoretically precisely because he saw trust in our as been fundamental to early roman as being
the basic falls for what becomes roman land
ah so he collected and bought a lot and he had various people out or doing this for on behalf of the church collection he bought a lot of vases and sculptures barnes's puddle
precious objects civil in october sorts for this museum and once he got this museum established and opened the just museum that in itself through when collections people started eating the collections in there as an inheritance hoping to the trust him
using half of that
okay lastly the egyptian museum is also the founder of the vatican museums also this one opened up to two so you know two years later to the day anniversary of his elevation to proceed
he opened the egyptian museum
are cold ah contents from various other holdings they haven't around was more of a of an effort to bring things together
then to i'm totally create from a new because the romans have always been the egyptologist they love the whole culture egypt archaeology and history art and whatnot and were all through the centuries great collectors
and so if you got are wrong don't be surprised when you drive down robin you see egyptian obelisks all of the place and while the gut egyptian stuff all over the place and many many roman normal short centuries had their egyptian collections well the puck went to work or color
acting collections and i also calling out of this particular
holding the key or clementine so pious and six collection he bought together you probably gym she's stuff on a path to add up to this other the other guy that he was collecting and so they have had pals continue have a number of some coffee jai
a number of very low boxes on dassault marble in particularly with the carbons on the outside egyptian first very large collection of scrolls for pilots mom bosnians statues all kinds of sculptures and
jewelry and many many small into articles lot of which you can see in the collection and there are other things that are not ah
i'm hoping jill
then stuff in storage as well
ah those treatments that i can i can crunch quit there and let's see if there's anything to just for people who have been there for their own experiences don't sharing and questions regarding
gregory and or is museums

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because remember that combination and other republican forces taking care of some areas
when they have church because too much wealth and political power yes vote yes but is the big big man estimators of the no kinds of money and vigor are defending their on the embryo i have operator during a new andrea
right right where you can be and with ignoring and they a common ignorant
and there were generations here where certain sections outside the papal states what was left of them
we're already recovered him to greater or lesser
super levels and we're fighting against the papal states for years or in often arms
ongoing struggle which like the forces or bonaparte were like the frosting and cake can have been ongoing for a month
and have you should pray more against slavery and eighteen thirty nine as she can drink before and civil war interesting to know how that impacted the catholic communities are stubborn
stinks now it's with these it is you have to resort to the calls for that ten or more mostly furnish yeah
through me from university confirming confirming millionaire a caveat is that i'm doubting sell
an eighteen thirties with your i don't know a lot of catholics in this country there are mean are catholics but the great immigrant way we still haven't hit
the skirt and catholic were fighting slavery
that the air
and we haven't been there were only needed money would be even the monitor the united states with the
oh am purchase pretty anything you said
how many people have seen vatican museum
cause he got hit
for a lot of that's very personal to come on
i am as i want to just say again the next time i'm home i hope to be able to do histories of maybe six of our great houses
up with it's often than five others was just see what i get done on i don't know in the next time going beyond me
but today we just we can go on grab an ongoing thing against you know this stuck into our own
archives and computer banks and and up with ten years down the line having something that could just have to our income people on regarding our heritage in english because there's no elaborate and anchorage so thank you for your attention and participation even if