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Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni at the Cancelleria
Edward J. Olszewski
Dynamics of Architecture
Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni
at the Cancelleria
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20. These patrons cultivated opera, oratorio, cantata, and instrumental music in their pri-
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Stephanie C. Leone, ed., The Pamphilj and the Arts: Patronage and Consumption in Baroque
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