I am having difficulty finding the Italian pronunciation of the letter 'j' in the word Pamphilj (Villa Doria Pamphilj). I have heard it pronounced as if it were spelled pamfiglia, as in famiglia. However, because the j in this word is sometimes interchanged with the letter i, it makes more sense to me that it would be pronounced as if it were spelled pamfili. If this is correct, would the emphasis be pam'-fili or would it be pamfi'-li? Does anyone have the definite answer, as spoken by a native resident of Roma?