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Archivio di Stato, Archivio Gonzaga, Roma, Carteggio degli Inviati e Diversi, busta 848.

Milan
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Archivio di Stato, Archivio Sforzesco Ducale, Potenze estere Roma, Cart. 72.
Archivio di Stato, Archivio Sforzesco Ducale, Potenze estere Romagna, Cart. 186.

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