Documents Spanning Five Centuries Digitized from Gregorian University Historical Archives in Rome
The documents, most of them unpublished manuscripts, are a testament to the intellectual activity of the Jesuits since 1551. When they were expelled in 1773, the files were hidden for safekeeping. One hundred years later, they were discovered by the librarian of the National Library in Rome. Currently, half of them are in the National Library of Rome and the rest at the Gregorian University.
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