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TO CLOSE A GIANT EYE: THE PANTHEON, 1591

JOHN PATRICK DONNELLY
Archivum Historiae Pontificiae
Vol. 24 (1986), pp. 377-384
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/23564206
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Abstract

Innocentius IX initio sui pontificatus Congregationem Reformationis instituit, ad quam aliquos cardinales aliosque viros primarios vocavit, ut cleri et populi, praesertim Urbis Romae, vitae ac moribus prospiceretur. Congregatio inter plura alia ecclesiam S. Mariae Rotundae (Pantheon) usibus Romani Seminarii esse tribuendam censuit, exstructa prius laterna supra «oculum» ad arcendas aquas pluvias, insertisque tribus magnis fenestris ad eam illuminandam. Obitus Innocentii IX post duos solos menses ab eius electione exsecutionem horum consiliorum praevenit. In appendicibus summarium rerum ab ista Congregatione Reformationis tractatarum necnon epistula architecti Giacomo della Porta rationem immutationum Panthei describens in lucem eduntur.

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