Camporese, Giuseppe (1763-1822)

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Giuseppe Camporese, Italian architect, was born and died in Rome in 1763-1822. He belonged to the family of architects, consisted of his father Pietro il Vecchio (Rome 1726-1781), his brother Giulio (Rome 1754-1840), and his nephew Pietro il Giovane (Rome 1792-1873). Since 1786 Giuseppe worked in Vatican: Sala della Biga in the Vatican Museums; and as a director of the excavations of the Roman Fora and Fora of Trajan; completed together with his brother the Duomo di Subiaco.

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