This three-page formal document written to a cardinal is from Bologna. It is quite long and untranslated. It appears to be in regard to financial aid or assistance.
Pius VI signed as pope on November 1st, 1780.
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Artifacts belonging to or associated with the Pope are featured on Papal History/Pius VI. Also included are a Holy Year Brick from 1775 that is 50 years older than any the Vatican has and a Mirror with the Coat of Arms of the Pope, which includes a very interesting story. Two other items are included.
His biography, coat of arms and burial monument are included on Papal History/Pius VI.
In August of 1799, Pius VI died in exile, a prisoner of the French, in Valence. His last words were, Lord forgive them. His remains were placed in a basement there but Napoleon himself saw to it they were moved to a cemetery. In 1802, he allowed Pius’ remains to be transferred to Rome. In 1822, a monument built by Canova was completed for him in St. Peter’s.