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  • Finally, in the third ante-room, the _anticamera nobile_, where the red cap lay on a credence facing the large imperious portrait of the Cardinal in ceremonial costume, there was Don Vigilio who had left his little work-table to station himself at the door of the throne-room and there bow to those who crossed the threshold.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Complete

  • Pierre joined Celia and La Pierina in the _anticamera nobile_, where stood Don Vigilio.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Complete

  • The second ante-room, that was formerly occupied by the secretary, was also empty, and it was only in the third one, the/anticamera nobile/, that Pierre found Don Vigilio.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Volume 1

  • Finally, in the third ante-room, the/anticamera nobile/, where the red cap lay on a credence facing the large imperious portrait of the Cardinal in ceremonial costume, there was Don Vigilio who had left his little work-table to station himself at the door of the throne-room and there bow to those who crossed the threshold.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Volume 5

  • In the centre of the/anticamera segreta/Signor Squadra stood waiting black and motionless.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Volume 5

  • Pierre joined Celia and La Pierina in the/anticamera nobile/, where stood Don Vigilio.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Volume 5

  • The second ante-room, that was formerly occupied by the secretary, was also empty, and it was only in the third one, the _anticamera nobile_, that Pierre found Don Vigilio.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • In the centre of the _anticamera segreta_ Signor Squadra stood waiting black and motionless.

    The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Lourdes, Rome and Paris

  • _anticamera segreta_ so as to give Pierre time to breathe and recover himself somewhat before crossing the threshold of the sanctuary.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Complete

  • Masses and other religious services were moreover to be celebrated all day long in the private chapel; and two additional altars had even been set up, one in a small room adjoining the _anticamera nobile_ and the other in a sort of alcove communicating with the second anteroom: and in this wise priests, Franciscans, and members of other Orders bound by the vow of poverty, would simultaneously and without intermission celebrate the divine sacrifice on those four altars.

    The Three Cities Trilogy: Rome, Complete

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