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Vatican Secret Archives opened for public!

2010-01-07
The Vatican Archives is now available for insight. Some of the most preserved secrets are revealed. The most interesting information is found in a letter from Djengis Kahn grandson, Küyük, to Pave Innocent IV in Rome 1246. Küyük is not known as the most human person in the history, and he wanted to forced the pave to kneel for him.
The documentary patrimony of the Vatican Secret Archives arouses universal interest, both for those documents regarding in general the history of the Christian civilization from the Middle Ages until nowadays and for those concerning the history of single nations; moreover, for some countries, the Vatican documents are the oldest ones, which even mark the beginning of their own national history.

http://www.vatican.va/index.htm

Nowadays, the Secret Vatican Archives have more than 630 different archival fonds, for an extension of about 85 linear kilometres of shelves, covering an almost continuous chronological period of over 800 years of history.

The oldest document dates back to the end of the VIII Century, while the archives have an almost uninterrupted documentation starting from 1198.

http://asv.vatican.va/home_en.htm

Stein Morten Lund, 7 January 2010
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