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Notes Regarding the Chinese Gifts of Matteo Ripa

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Returning to his homeland from China, Matteo Ripa brought gifts with him for the royalty and personalities of the time, as well as for his friends and relatives.The article analyses the list regarding the Chinese gifts given to the royalty of Naples written in three versions: Latin, Italian and Chinese.Unfortunately nothing remains of these gifts. It is therefore only possible, through their descriptions, to evoke, exemplify and illustrate them by means of similar objects produced in China at that time.


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