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Catholic Church. Camera Apostolica

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Corporate name headingCatholic Church. Camera Apostolica
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Variant(s)Papal States. Camera Apostolica
Catholic Church. Apostolic Camera
Apostolic Camera
Catholic Church. Chambre apostolique
Catholic Church. Apostolische Kammer
Catholic Church. Apostolic Chamber
Catholic Church. Apostolic Treasury
Catholic Church. Cámara Apostólica
Camera Apostolica
Papal States. Congregazione camerale
Catholic Church. Congregazione camerale
Catholic Church. Tribunal Camerae Apostolicae
Papal States. Tribunal Camerae Apostolicae
Tribunal Camerae Apostolicae
Found inIts Libri rationum Camerae Bonifatii Papae VIII, 1984: p. v, etc. (... Camerae Apostolicae; Camera Apostolica; Apostolic Treasury; Chambre apostolique; Cámara Apostólica; ... Apostolischen Kammer)
LC data base, 8/24/86 (hdg.: Catholic Church. Camera Apostolica; usage: Chambre apostolique, Camera Apostolica, Apostolische Kammer)
New Cath. encycl., 1964 (Camera, Apostolic; The Apostolic Camera administers the property & guards the rights of the Holy See; it dates from the 11th cent. as the administration of the Papal properties; since 1870 and the end of the Papal States, there remains only a trace of this activity) v. 13, p. 655 (it is impossible to treat the Papal State[s] on a purely territorial basis and to separate the papal theocracy (and the Curia) from the Papal State[s] bureaucracy; from the early 14th cent. the Apostolic Camera was both the financial and juridical bureau for both the Papal State[s] and the Roman Church in general)
Cath. dict., 1958 (Camera, The Venerable Apostolic (Chamber); office entrusted with the admin. of the property of the Holy See (excluding ordinary revenue such as Peter's pence); its offices are highly honorary)
Cath. encycl., c1913 (Apostolic Camera; former central board of finance in the Papal admin. system, which at one time was of great import in the government of the States of the Church and in the administration of justice; since the Papal States ceased to exist in 1870, and the income of the Papal treasury is chiefly from Peter's pence and other alms, the Camera has no longer any practical importance as a board of finance; the Apostolic Camera was one of the most important entities in the Roman Curia)
Annuario pontificio, 1986 (Camera Apostolica; from 11th/12th cent.)
All'illustrissimo e reverendissimo signore monsignor Canale, tesoriere generale in Congregazione camerale ... 1764: t.p. (Congregazione camerale; hearing an appeal of a tax dispute between the Papal State city of Pesaro and the provincial treasurer of the province of Urbino)
Motus proprius Benedicti XIII, super novis ordinationibus & reformationibus ..., 1728: t.p. (Tribunal Rev. Camerae Apostolicae); p. [3] (dilectum nostrum Camerae Tribunal)