"Hand colored. Backed with linen, with green silk edging. The Grand' Albero Genealogico Storico Dei Popoli Italiani (“Grand Historical Family Tree of the Italian People”) indicates that it was compiled by Pietro Fiocchi in Milan in 1827. The timeline shows the history of the cultural ancestors of the modern Italian People (“Aborigeni o primi abitatori d’Italia"", or: Aboriginal or first inhabitants of Italy), dating back to before 3250 B.C. The whole folds into a grand melting pot, from which emerge the modern peoples of Malta, Naples, San Marino, The State of the Pope, Duchy of Luca, Grand Duchy of Toscana, Duchy of Modena, Duchy of Parma, Kingdom of Lombardy and State of Sardinia, and the Republics of Venice and Genoa, among others, ending at the beginning of the 19th Century."