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An exhibition of Vatican documents in Rome.

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This may be of interest to visitors to Rome - I've not seen it, but I would love to.

From the Travel setcion of the Melbourne "Age" newspaper:

Michelangelo's smudged signature, a secret papal messaging code, a 1200-year-old book and myriad blood-red papal seals, excommunication bulls, death warrants of heretics and letters written in desperation by condemned queens - these are some of the most precious documents in the world, kept for the past four centuries in impenetrable vaults in the Vatican.
For the first - and perhaps only - time in history, 100 original documents have left the Vatican Secret Archives and been shifted across town for an exhibition that opened a fortnight ago in the Capitoline Museums in central Rome.


Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/travel/secrets-of-the-vatican-20120314-1v25f.html#ixzz1pbFYJF3u

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